The Eos Platform Lounger is a versatile outdoor lounger fully constructed from powder-coated aluminium that resists weathering and rusting over time. The comfortable sling seat is crafted from all-weather Textilene® and it is finished with two discreet wheels and plastic floor glides for easy movement. Stackable for compact storage, the Eos Platform Lounger pairs well with the Eos Side Table and Lounge Armchair.
Eos garden furniture is a contemporary collection, lightweight – literally and visually – smartly proportioned and very comfortable. Its slim, clean lines make it a versatile choice for your garden, patio or outdoor space. Certain to inspire leisurely outdoor dining during the long days of summer, this collection, designed by Matthew Hilton, was named for Eos, the Greek goddess of dawn and bringer of light.
Material & Contents
Commercial grade powder coat
All-weather Textilene® sling
Two injection moulded nylon floor glides
Two recessed wheels
Assembly & Care
Eos is designed to be totally maintenance and rust-free. Aluminium furniture does not rust, but if the powder coating is damaged it could peel. To prevent this, touch up the surface with a matching car or metal paint. It is extremely hard-wearing and can be exposed to the elements throughout the year.
The aluminium chairs are stackable, and powder-coated ensuring they are anti-corrosive and long-lasting. All tables and chairs are finished with rubber feet to protect the furniture and patio from scratching and excessive noise.
In a garden environment the atmosphere contains many impurities, which over time can create a layer of dirt on the furniture. Should such a build-up occur, then a non-abrasive sponge or soft brush can be used with lukewarm water to clean the surface of the product. We recommend cleaning the product at least once a season.
The seat pad is made from Texteline (a high strength polyesters with a PVC compound) which is showerproof and will dry within 1-2 hours. As the Texteline is double layered, water can sometimes store between the layers, especially if it has rained heavily. If this is the case, it is advisable to tap the sling a couple of times to help the water drain out, which will aid the drying process.