|Product Warranty: 10 years||Greenguard Certified: Yes|
|Product Type: Chair||Powder Coated Finish: Yes|
|Frame Material: Metal||Frame Material Details: Steel|
|Seat and Back Material: Plastic||Seat and Back Material Details: Polypropylene|
|Hardware Material: Aluminum||Stacking: Yes|
|School Grade Level: Preschool, Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd||Leg Type: Glides|
|Weight Capacity: 250 Pounds||Commercial Use: Yes|
Questions & Answers
ECR4Kids 12" Plastic Stack Chair with Matching Painted Legs
Great work chair for home
Elise A from NH– Verified Buyer
Yellow color is very sunny. Sturdy chair and just the right height for 5-year old child's craft table.
Kelly from Dana Point, CA– Verified Buyer
I was looking for a chair for my daughters with some substance to it. I wanted one that wouldn't fall over when they stood up out of it. Most inexpensive wood ones are not what I was looking for. But I don't own a preschool, so it didn't make sense to me to buy a "school chair." But these are so cute and sturdy. I have 4 kids and they can tend to bump into each other and things. These chairs are so sturdy and are just the right height. I am very happy with them. I purchased the red, and it doesn't quite look like a bright red, more like a brick red. But the little balls on the feet make for great movement on carpet. Very Satisfied!! Would definitely recommend also because of their great price!
Good product for preschool classroom
Debbie from East Windsor, NJ– Verified Buyer– Top 1000 Reviewer
Sturdy and they stack well!
Anonymous from Missouri– Verified Buyer
Anonymous from Oklahoma– Verified Buyer
Combining their responsibility to the community and their desire to be environmentally conscious, they have a program to reduce (or better yet, re-use) what they would normally dispose of... Early Childhood Resources has eliminated almost all of their cardboard waste by implementing commercial cardboard shredding equipment in its facilities to convert cardboard destined for the landfill into some of the best packing material available.
Competition typically demands lower costs and with it, labor intense jobs are being exported faster and faster every year. Early Childhood Resources, being committed to "Maximum Value," balances the demands from the marketplace with the practicality and social values of finding ways to maximize the capabilities of those in our community with developmental disabilities, and want to work! The program provides a stimulating and developmentally enriching environment. These individuals gain valuable social and work skills while earning competitive wages, and creating "Maximum Value" in their products.