Hardwood Slat Rocking Chair - RTA

Hardwood Slat Rocking Chair - RTA

Hardwood Slat Rocking Chair - RTA

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264663
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$75.01 to $100.00 $22.99 $35.49 $37.99 $41.49
$100.01 to $150.00 $27.99 $40.49 $42.99 $46.49
$150.01 to $200.00 $32.99 $45.49 $47.99 $51.49
$200.01 to $250.00 $37.99 $50.49 $52.99 $56.49
$250.01 to $300.00 $42.99 $55.49 $57.99 $61.49
$300.01 and up $47.99 $60.49 $62.99 $66.49
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Product Details

Our hardwood rocking chair with slat seat and back is made of quality hardwood for a fine painted finish. Each rocker is the exact same quality rocking chair that you'll find on a Cracker Barrel front porch - only it requires a bit of assembly. Crafted by the Hinkle family for over five generations, the rocker features a signature Cracker Barrel Old Country Store medallion on the back, top arch of the chair. You'll receive 13 wooden rocker pieces, assembly instructions and all the hardware you'll need to assemble your chair. Tools you'll need are a hammer, rubber mallet and a screwdriver (hand or electric). Average assembly time is 45 minutes. This rocker is a great addition to your patio or covered porch.

Pair with one of our rocker cushions, or add a side table for extra entertaining space.

  • Shipping: Because this rocker is shipped unassembled, we ship it to you UPS Ground for $20.00 per rocker within the continental U.S. Shipment to Alaska, Hawaii and Canada as well as expedient shipping options are available for additional charges.
  • If you need additional assistance with assembly, you can speak with the folks at Hinkle Chair Company by calling 1-800-251-3025 (M-F, 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. CST).
  • Assembly Required
  • Hardwood Rocker with a Maple finish
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5 stars
Have a 3rd
June 8, 2014
Reviewer:  Artistwife 

(Heart of Texas)

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We bought a pair (white slat) to go along with a cheaper pair we already owned for our b&b. These are MUCH heavier and better made. We sold the b&b and furnishings but the CB pair easily withstood our year of daily guests, (no flaking or splitting) some of who were pretty rough on them...dragging them downstairs, upstairs and around back to the pool area. People enjoyed them so much, we never knew where we would find them! The cheaper pair did split and the runners were damaged and arms started to flake..but not the CB pair. 2 years later, we drive by the place and the CB rockers are still rocking along!

We were thrilled our sons recently gave us one, a wood slat, as a birthday present for our current home and we plan to add a 2nd asap! Nothing can last forever, but we are very, very happy with these rockers.

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3 out of 4 people found the following review helpful:

2 stars
Made in CHINA
March 28, 2014
Reviewer:  Mikey 

(Phoenix)

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If I were aware these were made in China, I would never, never purchased the chairs. I received my order no 1011932 today. It was easy enough to assemble. But a real chair maker would be ashamed of the quality. Sloppy joints, poor paint job. I do not know what they consider hard wood in china, but this is not what we consider hardwood. If they last two years I will be surprised. We purchased in 1980 at the Pigeon forge CB four of these rockers for our house in Gatlinburg. They sat outside for 10 years and were in great shape when we sold the house in 1990. Those I believe we're made in N C. The price was 49.00, and now you are charging 149.00 for piece of crap made in China. I bought cushions for the two chairs and was happy to see they are made in US. CB does not need to sell Chinese made products, your customers are after good food and when shopping in your store they know it is not Walmart prices. I expect the next special will be egg foo yong at the Old Chinese Country Store.

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2 stars
peeling Finish
January 26, 2014
Reviewer:  Christy "Ms. Christy" 

(Virginia)

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I have always wanted a pair of these chairs. In July of this year we closed on our new home. our forever home we call it after 28 years in the military. (retired)
We have them on our front porch. it is covered. They look beautiful from the road. BUT... You get up close to them. the finish is peeling off. on both of the chairs. I even brought them in when the snow came so it wouldn't sit on the wood.
very disappointed.

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3 out of 3 people found the following review helpful:

2 stars
Buyer Beware!
August 2, 2013
Reviewer:  Chuck B "Darkcloud" 

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Anyone considering a purchase of the Oak cracker Barrel rocker should be aware they are made in CHINA. We saw these in Arizona and the chairs had hanging tags Made in USA. After driving 200 miles out of my way in Montana to the nearest CB, and 1200 Miles later during assembly, found the infamous Made in China sticker. Buyer Beware.

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2 out of 2 people found the following review helpful:

5 stars
Love them!!!!
July 17, 2013
Reviewer:  Jen C. "Tooth girl" 

(Red bud Il)

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My husband purchased 2 of these rockers for my birthday. I just love them. They are in my gazebo and I use them everyday. Very good quality :-)

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2 stars
5 Rockers and 1 double Rocker
July 1, 2013
Reviewer:  MacnCat 

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For my Birthday last year my husband bought me (after years of wishing)
5 slat porch rockers and 1 double slat porch rocker. I Loved them so much!
It has now been a little over a year and I called Craker Barrell and told them one of the runners had cracked in half, they sent me a new runner.
Now I have 2 more with broken runners and the double rocker when my husand sat down last night broke off right above the handles. He caught himself and did not fall thank goodness. We are not rough on them. We are older retired and enjoy using them to watch the deer in the evenings. I am not sure if we just got a bad batch of them or what. I do know it was a lot of money for such a short time. People would drive by and tell us how beautiful our porched looked with the rockers. We are just sick about this. We love Cracker Barrell but are very disappointed.
They were very nice while they lasted!

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3 out of 3 people found the following review helpful:

5 stars
Got two slat rockers
April 12, 2013
Reviewer:  Debra B. 

(Flowery Branch, GA)

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These chairs are perfect! We wanted some nice rockers for the front porch and these were exactly what I wanted. We drove to the nearest location (Friendship Road), picked them out, and loaded them up. They were already assembled and ready to go. I love them!

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5 stars
Real Rockers
April 3, 2013
Reviewer:  Gordon Collier "gordo" 

(pictou ns canada)

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My wife fell in love with these rocking chairs 2 years ago when she 1st went to Kentucky .I went with her this year and when I saw them I fell in love with them also. we found out we could have them shipped to Canada so I ordered 2. they only took a week to get here, and it only took 1.5 hr following directions to put them both together. Love them and will spend most of the summer on the front Porch Just A Rocking

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2 out of 2 people found the following review helpful:

3 stars
Slate Rocker Oak
March 27, 2013
Reviewer:  Sweens 

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We ordered two rockers received in November
2012 assembled in March 2013 were bought for a house warming gift for our children-

Rockers are same quality as store very nice!
But assembly is something else first of all
don't tighten screws this will make rockers easier to put on if that is possible, glue should be put in a tube, first review said
putting rockers on was hardest part and used
rubber hammer aggressively! He was very lucky
we had to use a tie down and rachet to bring legs together for rocker to be put on-
Right arm rest on both rockers was short had to be glued, longer screw than was provided and had two use tye downs again with rachet to
hold together til dry!
First one took about 3 to 4 hours for assmebly, second went faster probably two hours learned what not to do on first one to
make assembly easier-
Well guess it was worth saving $80.00 but just wanted to let you all know it's not as easy as they claim!

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40 out of 41 people found the following review helpful:

5 stars
Great Product, Easy Assembly
August 17, 2011
Reviewer:  Powaybob 

(Poway, CA)

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For my wife's birthday I purchased the kit because the shipping was so much less than the assembled model. Assembly took a little over an hour. The instructions are illustrated and very clear, but a little experience with carpentry and tools helps, but you don't have to be a cabinetmaker. You really do need a rubber mallet because seating various pieces into the holes has to be done with authority. You should also have a backup supply of glue since there is not enough provided. You also need a wet rag to wipe off excess glue.They do provide you with an extra screw, nail, and hole insert, just in case. The ends of the various parts have finish on them which I sanded off, probably not needed but I think the glue will adhere better. The hardest part is putting the rockers on, you have to flex the legs to get them to align with the holes which took some hard whacks from the rubber mallet. The result is a beautiful, well built rocking chair that will outlast the purchasers.

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