|Frame Material Details: 65% Recycled polyethylene terephthalate, 35% glass fiber||Total Recycled Content (Percentage): 65|
|Assembly Required: No||Post-Consumer Content (Percentage): 65|
|Distressed: No||Frame Material: Plastic|
|ANSI BIFMA Compliant: Yes||Non-Toxic: Yes|
|Scratch Resistant: Yes||Rust Resistant: Yes|
|Stain Resistant: Yes||Fire Retardant: Yes|
|Foldable: No||Number of Legs: 4|
|Leg Material: Plastic||Wheels Included: No|
|Felt Foot Pads: Yes||Commercial Use: Yes|
|Recycled Content: Yes||Eco-Friendly: Yes|
|Country of Manufacture: United States|
Questions & Answers
Emeco 111 Navy Side Chair - Coca-Cola Collaboration
The best chair ever
Christine from La Canada, CA– Verified Buyer
These chairs are one of my favorite purchases for our new house. They are so cool looking. They are easy to clean (which I'm very aware of thanks to my three kids). They are comfortable to sit on. I feel like an elephant could sit on these without damaging them. And though super sturdy and solid, they are light enough to move with little effort.
Really nice chair
Sara from CHICAGO, IL– Verified Buyer
The nice thing about these Navy chairs is that you can get them in colors. The aluminum ones look spiffy and all, but they cost a lot more. Who wouldn't want a persimmon colored chair?
Ryan from Minnetonka, MN– Verified Buyer
These are great chairs. They are still quite substantial despite being made of plastic.
JULIANA from DANVILLE, CA– Verified Buyer
Simple and modern design. Color is beautiful. Chairs are sturdy and well made. The fact that they are made of recycled coke bottles really makes this chair even cooler. I initially bought 2 chairs and liked them so much, then got 2 more. Only thing is I got some cushions to go with the chairs, seat is a bit hard and cold, now it's super comfortable.
Green Navy Chairs
Anne from Ipswich, MA– Verified Buyer
These are wonderful sturdy chairs, great colors (picked green ones).
Great chair, great service.
Dean from Mission Viejo, CA– Verified Buyer
They are pricey, but I'm happy about my purchase. All Modern customer service was fantastic, they helped me get all the discounts that were coming to me and the shipping was free and super fast.
Susan from Prescott, AZ– Verified Buyer
Beautiful design, fabulous persimmon color, ecologically sensitive, I love it!
charles carey from woonsocket, RI– Verified Buyer
I love these chairs! they are very sturdy, much heavier than expected. Great retailer, chairs were delivered 2 weeks earlier than expected.
Martha Emami from San Jose, CA– Verified Buyer
simple, stylish and amazingly comfortable. These are our new dining room chairs. Love the red color, adds pop to the room
A real gem
alan abrams from new york, NY– Verified Buyer
Those chairs put a smile on my face everytime I enter in my kitchen and not only that they are very comfortable. I thank you for the good service you have provided me.
Emeco (The Electric Machine and Equipment Co.) was founded in 1944 by Wilton C. Dinges. Emeco's manufacturing process is the result of a collaboration with ALCOA to develop a seaworthy chair for military use. ALCOA's scientists and Navy engineers consulted with Emeco to produce the chairs in the Hanover, PA workshops and they're still made there today. Emeco's founder, Wilton C. Dinges, was a master tool and die maker, with an engineering background. His engineering ability was complemented by an appreciation for sculpture, specifically Rodin. He portrayed these two passions in an advertising campaign which expressed his original vision: the Emeco chair as a one piece sculptured masterwork. Today Emeco is led by CEO Gregg Buchbinder who sums up their vision as: design plus craftsmanship.