Fatboy Paletti Lounge Corner Seat
- If the product is in stock, indicated by "3 In Stock", and your order does not exceed what we have in stock, your order will be shipped the next workday (Monday-Friday).
- If the product is not in stock, the manufacturer’s estimated delivery time to us will be shown instead. For example “shipped within 2-3 weeks.
- If you order more than what is in stock of a certain product, the delivery time will change to the manufacturer’s estimated delivery time.
We ship orders with multiple products once everything is in stock.If you want us to ship the products already available, simply contact us.
If, for any reason, your item on backorder at the manufacturer is having a delay, we will contact you with a new delivery time as soon as the manufacturer provides it.
DimensionsPaletti Corner Seat:
Total: L100 x W100 x H90 cm
Seat height: 45cm
Seat depth: 65cm
Seat width: 65cm
Pillow: Cover 100% Olefin
Frame: Steel (Galvanized and powdercoated)
Seating pillow: Hybrid Foam SG35 Medium
Backrest pillow: Chopped foam (mixed and recycled)
Suitable for outdoorYes
Remarks• In case of (heavy) rain and during the winter season, we recommend using the Paletti Cover or, even better, storing your Paletti under a shelter and on a dry floor or surface.
• Water- and dirt-repellent fabric
• Excellent colour fastness (fully coloured in dye solution).
• Stain resistant
• Can be cleaned with bleach
• Machine washable at 40°C (inside out)
• Cushion: PVC coating on the inside of the fabric, water- and dirt-repellent coating on the outside.
• Frame: Axalta powder coating with fine texture.
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