Samsonite Patio Furniture

Samsonite Patio Furniture

The resin-coated material, or SLINGS, as they are referred, is the material that you sit upon. Should you replace your slings on your Samsonite Furniture or go buy new furniture ? A legitimate question that needs review – Consider these things to make an educated decision: Your Samsonite Furniture has lasted a long time. There is nothing comparable to it on the market place. We often see customers still replacing their Samsonite Slings even 30 to 40 years after purchase. The Samsonite sling is very strong and its two-ply or body-glove sling is much stronger and more durable than those single-ply Aluminum slings found in the big box stores. Aluminum furniture slings will last on average 2 to 15 years and they also will have to be replaced. The Samsonite sling last on average 15 to 35 years. You have also enjoyed your Samsonite Furniture for many years and you have really not found chairs or chaises you like as much or that are as comfortable. Additionally, when the storms blow, you do not have to pick up your Steel Framed furniture from your neighbors yard as you would the lighter-weight aluminum substrate product. The value in replacing your Samsonite Steel slings is easy to find. You can literally have a “new-look” on your Samsonite Furniture that you are very comfortable with for less costs than lower quality furniture made these days overseas. In the event that you decide not to get new replacement slings, whatever you do, please do not discard the furniture into a landfill. Give to someone else who may desire to re-sling and enjoy the furniture for years to come. Additionally, in some small circles, the original line of Samsonite Steel framed furniture has become a collectors item now. Obviously, it is in circles where the individuals know the quality and longevity of the product, but in late 2012, three vintage 1970 , mint condition slat pieces (two small dining chairs and a small settee loveseat, sold for just south of $ 2,000 on Ebay. This is just one example of the enduring quality and the price it can warrant. End-of-day – Do not throw away !
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Samsonite Patio Furniture

Should you replace your slings on your Samsonite Furniture or go buy new furniture ? A legitimate question that needs review – Consider these things to make an educated decision: Your Samsonite Furniture has lasted a long time. There is nothing comparable to it on the market place. We often see customers still replacing their Samsonite Slings even 30 to 40 years after purchase. The Samsonite sling is very strong and its two-ply or body-glove sling is much stronger and more durable than those single-ply Aluminum slings found in the big box stores. Aluminum furniture slings will last on average 2 to 7 years and they also will have to be replaced. The Samsonite sling last on average 8 to 20 years. You have also enjoyed your Samsonite Furniture for many years and you have really not found chairs or chaises you like as much or that are as comfortable. Additionally, when the storms blow, you do not have to pick up your Steel Framed furniture from your neighbors yard as you would the lighter-weight aluminum substrate product. The value in replacing your Samsonite Steel slings is easy to find. You can literally have a “new-look” on your Samsontie Furniture that you are very comfortable with for less costs than lower quality furniture made these days overseas.
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Samsonite Patio Furniture

Featured Products What’s New The 2200 Series Injection Mold Chair is great for any of your seating needs! The deep radius back is contoured for comfort and can be stacked 60 chairs high! The frame finish is powder-coated for greater resistance to scratching and wear. The seat and back pans are made from Polypropylene for durability and easy maintenance. Thanks to the double-riveted cross-brace on rear legs, this chair is able to support up to 300 lbs.! Now with four great color options—Black/Black, White/White, Grey/Grey, and introducing Neutral/Chocolate—this chair will match any setting! History Jesse Shwayder founded Samsonite on March 10, 1910 with a vision for creating luggage of the finest quality and craftsmanship, able to withstand the perils of travel, marrying durability with functionality. In 1931, Samsonite began making furniture with card tables that sold for $1 each, followed shortly by folding chairs in 1936. The company began to advertise furniture and by 1938 was making more money from furniture than luggage. In 1953, after many years of success, the Samsonite Furniture Co. was formed. As the market leader, Samsonite dominated the folding chair and patio markets achieving market share highs in 1987 of 45% in folding chairs and 16% in the patio furniture category. Today, Samsonite continues its legacy of producing high quality, commercial grade furniture. Built for the stresses of everyday use but styled to compliment any home, all backed by our 10-year warranty.
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Samsonite Patio Furniture

Featured Products What’s New The 2200 Series Injection Mold Chair is great for any of your seating needs! The deep radius back is contoured for comfort and can be stacked 60 chairs high! The frame finish is powder-coated for greater resistance to scratching and wear. The seat and back pans are made from Polypropylene for durability and easy maintenance. Thanks to the double-riveted cross-brace on rear legs, this chair is able to support up to 300 lbs.! Now with four great color options—Black/Black, White/White, Grey/Grey, and introducing Neutral/Chocolate—this chair will match any setting! History Jesse Shwayder founded Samsonite on March 10, 1910 with a vision for creating luggage of the finest quality and craftsmanship, able to withstand the perils of travel, marrying durability with functionality. In 1931, Samsonite began making furniture with card tables that sold for $1 each, followed shortly by folding chairs in 1936. The company began to advertise furniture and by 1938 was making more money from furniture than luggage. In 1953, after many years of success, the Samsonite Furniture Co. was formed. As the market leader, Samsonite dominated the folding chair and patio markets achieving market share highs in 1987 of 45% in folding chairs and 16% in the patio furniture category. Today, Samsonite continues its legacy of producing high quality, commercial grade furniture. Built for the stresses of everyday use but styled to compliment any home, all backed by our 10-year warranty.
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Samsonite Patio Furniture

History Jesse Shwayder founded Samsonite on March 10, 1910 with a vision for creating luggage of the finest quality and craftsmanship, able to withstand the perils of travel, marrying durability with functionality. In 1931, Samsonite began making furniture with card tables that sold for $1 each, followed shortly by folding chairs in 1936. The company began to advertise furniture and by 1938 was making more money from furniture than luggage. In 1953, after many years of success, the Samsonite Furniture Co. was formed. As the market leader, Samsonite dominated the folding chair and patio markets achieving market share highs in 1987 of 45% in folding chairs and 16% in the patio furniture category. Today, Samsonite continues its legacy of producing high quality, commercial grade furniture. Built for the stresses of everyday use but styled to compliment any home, all backed by our 10-year warranty.
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Samsonite Patio Furniture

Jesse Shwayder founded Samsonite on March 10, 1910 with a vision for creating luggage of the finest quality and craftsmanship, able to withstand the perils of travel, marrying durability with functionality. In 1931, Samsonite began making furniture with card tables that sold for $1 each, followed shortly by folding chairs in 1936. The company began to advertise furniture and by 1938 was making more money from furniture than luggage. In 1953, after many years of success, the Samsonite Furniture Co. was formed. As the market leader, Samsonite dominated the folding chair and patio markets achieving market share highs in 1987 of 45% in folding chairs and 16% in the patio furniture category. Today, Samsonite continues its legacy of producing high quality, commercial grade furniture. Built for the stresses of everyday use but styled to compliment any home, all backed by our 10-year warranty.
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Samsonite Patio Furniture

In 1953, after many years of success, the Samsonite Furniture Co. was formed. As the market leader, Samsonite dominated the folding chair and patio markets achieving market share highs in 1987 of 45% in folding chairs and 16% in the patio furniture category.
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Samsonite Patio Furniture

Samsonite Specialist, we also manufacture replacement slings for many other major brands of patio furniture such as Brown Jordan, Homecrest, Mallin, Telescope, Tropitone, and Woodard. The branding list below is not all-inclusive of the lines that we manufacture. If you seek replacement slings, regardless of brand, contact us via email or phone !
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In 1931, Samsonite began making furniture with card tables that sold for $1 each, followed shortly by folding chairs in 1936. The company began to advertise furniture and by 1938 was making more money from furniture than luggage.

Today, Samsonite continues its legacy of producing high quality, commercial grade furniture. Built for the stresses of everyday use but styled to compliment any home, all backed by our 10-year warranty.
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Effective Aug 2012, and due to the limited nature of some original Samsonite Steel Framed Parts, the following polices are now applied. Excluding Action Feet and Glass Clips B, we will no longer be able to sell parts without an accompanying replacement sling order. We will be able to offer the above two mentioned parts without a sling order. Additionally, parts will be limited in QTY to each customer and finish selection will be on an as available basis. We apologize and regret these necessary steps regarding parts. We are pursuing plans of corrective action so that these limitations may be lifted in the future if possible.

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