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100% cast iron bench with tree

100% cast iron bench with high definition ductile cast iron motif of majestic tree.

£ 399.99
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Features:
  • 100 cast iron bench
  • High definition ductile cast iron majestic tree motive
  • Stable and durable
  • Colour is black with bronze patina
  • Intricate design
  • Powder coated
More product details
Product code BENCH-TREE
Bar code 5031599039459
Size 127cm W x 68.6cm D x 91.5cm H
Accessories supplied with the product
Materials Cast iron\nPackaging information Brown carton
Country of Origin China
Maximum weight to sit on:363kg/800lbs
Code: BENCH-TREE
Bar Code: 5031599039459
Product Size: 127cm length. 68.6cm width. 91.5cm height.
Material: Cast iron
Packaging Information: Brown carton
Packing Size: 146cm length. 65cm width. 11cm height.
Country of origin: China

The product is composed of cast iron. If let out in the rain, this metal will rust and cause damage to the product. Similarly, the product must be carried by two people. If dragged, it may cause structural damage to the product.

1.Have an assistant hold the bench back in place and line up the slots with the slots in one of the side frame units. Insert a bolt through each hole from the outside of the side frame and secure loosely with a flat washer, then a lock washer and finally a lock nut. Repeat on the opposite end. Warning! If this bench is left outside in the rain, it WILL rust.

2.Tilt the assembled side frame and seat back forward to rest face down on the floor. Have an assistant position the bench seat to align with the seat slots on the side frame. Insert a bolt through each hole from the outside of the side frame and secure loosely with a flat washer, then a lock washer and finally a lock nut. Repeat on the opposite end. Stand the entire unit back up and ensure that all parts are aligned and sit square. The final step is to tighten all 8 nuts. DO NOT sit on the unit until all hardware has been tightened. Warning! Do not EVER move this bench without picking up BOTH ends. Dragging or pushing the bench across any surface will result in chattering, which can fracture cast iron and cause immediate or future breakgage.