Alexandra deckchair

Adjustable deckchair in solid teak

The design of the ALEXANDRA deckchair is inspired by its centuries-old use on luxury cruise ships. The ergonomically shaped seat and back follow the body and encourage a complete state of relaxation.

The Alexandra deckchair is also available with wheels as an option and at an additional charge.

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Matching cushions in a variety of Sunbrella © fabrics and colors provide additional comfort and accents.

The stainless steel hardware is durable and gives the deckchair a modern and sleek look. The Alexandra deckchair can be combined and complemented with the various side tables from the Traditional Teak collection. Whether you are relaxing and read a good book or reclining in the summer sun, it is up to you.

Folding the lounger is both easy and quick. With a few hand movements, the foot section can be folded up or removed and you transform the deckchair into a more compact lounger. The backrest is adjustable in 4 different comfortable positions, while the armrests offer you extra comfort.

The Alexandra deckchair is made from the very best certified (plantation) teak, harvested in accordance with applicable standards of responsible forest management. Teak is ideally suited for your garden or balcony and is particularly popular with gardeners for its high weather resistance and beautiful appearance.
Teak is weather-resistant and durable, even in its untreated state. Due to natural progression, the wood forms a beautiful silver-gray patina over time. The stainless steel connecting parts can withstand the highest loads and form an optimal interplay with the teak wood.

Available cushion for the Alexandra deckchair:

Item codes: DCD185 - CDM185 - CDE185

Available Sunbrella® fabrics/colors:

  • Lenght: 170 cm
  • Width: 95 cm
  • Height: 60 cm
  • Weight: 15 kg
  • Seat width: 52 cm
  • Seat depth: 54 cm
  • Seat hight: 34 cm

For the maintenance of your teak furniture we advise you only to use the products available by Traditional Teak;

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