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Recommendations & Comments by Customers

Philip Ziendarski  411, Days Run Rd. Creighton,  PA 15030-1016
Purchased 11/21/95, for, Outdoors: After sitting in stationary chairs, do you look forward to sitting in your rocker? Yes!
I rate the difference for movement, for lower body exercise, for Portability    Excellent!
I rate the difference for Durability, for Comfort,  I rate the overall chair asExcellent!
Have friends used it? Yes, Overall how did they rate the rocker! Excellent!
Comments on Desirable features: I'm happy that the rocker hold's my weight.
Comments General: I was using the rocker at the Pittsburgh R. V. show and had a lot of comments about how comfortable it was. Mr. Lute was to get in contact with you about a rocker.
May we use your recommendation? Yes!



William Walters   RR #2 Box 487 AA,  Kunkletown,  PA 18058-9653
Purchased 10/09/95, for, Motorhome, After sitting in stationary chairs, do you look forward to sitting in your rocker? Yes!
I rate the difference for movement, for lower body exercise, for Portability    Excellent!
I rate the difference for Durability, for Comfort,  I rate the overall chair as Excellent!
Have friends used it? Yes, Overall how did they rate the rocker! Excellent!
Comments on Desirable features:  No-Reply!
Comments General: Find some way to attach & keep the "closure" strap always falling off. Maybe a pocket to store it in. Easier way to carry.
May we use your recommendation? Yes!



 


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