Picnic Time

Stadium & Outdoor Seats

At Home Outdoors

Bring the comfort of home on the road with these portable outdoor chairs.

Suited for picnics, tailgates, stadiums—virtually anywhere you’d like to trade in wet bleachers or hard ground for something plush and recline-able.

Picnic Time chairs are easy to carry, then adjust to your preferred incline. Their styles range from
full-fledged armchairs to more minimalist stadium seats.

Since 1982 the Founders of Picnic Time have been creating outdoor leisure products that inspire people to spend time with friends and family. They started with European-style picnic baskets, and branched out to seating that lets you sit comfortably almost anywhere.
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It’s like sitting at home—except outside.

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Grommet Launch Conversation

  • AmyLynn

    Hello everyone! I'm proud to introduce Picnic Time to The Grommet. I'd be happy to answer any questions you have!

  • Linda
    10/4/2016 11:09 AM

    Our stadium has maximum width limits on chairs like these.....what are the overall dimensions, particularly outside to outside (width)? Thanks!

  • AmyLynn
    AmyLynn – Special Guest
    10/4/2016 11:14 AM

    @Linda Thanks for your question Linda. The Oniva seat has a width of 21". The Ventura Seat has a width of 20". And the Outdoor Stadium Seat has a width of 17".

  • Dana
    10/4/2016 12:54 PM

    @AmyLynn This looks like a great idea but the college football stadium where we attend games will not allow seats that are larger than 16 inches. People need to check the any venue for any size restrictions.

  • AmyLynn
    AmyLynn – Special Guest
    10/4/2016 12:57 PM

    @Dana That's good to know! I'll let our Product Development team know about this restriction and maybe in the future we will have something that will work better for those who attend games at stadiums with such restrictions.

  • Jeffrey
    10/4/2016 11:10 AM

    Hi Amylynn, Can you tell me how thee seats attach to bleachers? Do all three types attach the same way?


  • AmyLynn
    AmyLynn – Special Guest
    10/4/2016 11:15 AM

    @Jeffrey Great question. None of the chairs attach to the bleachers. Instead they use your weight to keep the chair in place.

  • Jeffrey
    10/4/2016 12:04 PM

    @AmyLynn Thanks for the quick response! I've got lousy balance (it doesn't pay to get old!) so these probably aren't the best choice for me. They loo fantastic though!

  • Betty
    10/4/2016 11:10 AM

    I purchase similar seats from another place a while ago and the hinge - from the seat to the back - (even though it was covered with light foam and fabric) made gouge marks in the wooden seating area on our boat when people sat in the seats. I love the concept of these seats, but let me know it your hinges would present the same problem. Thanks.


  • AmyLynn
    AmyLynn – Special Guest
    10/4/2016 11:17 AM

    @Betty We haven't heard of something specifically like this being a problem with our chairs. We do have a lifetime warranty though, so if something happened with your chairs, we'd be happy to replace them.

  • Russell
    10/4/2016 11:57 AM

    Is there a weight limit? Specifically when leaning back?

  • AmyLynn
    AmyLynn – Special Guest
    10/4/2016 12:15 PM

    @Russell There is no specific weight limit for these seats (as they have no legs), but they would behave similarly to any other chair you lean back into. The weight limit for putting force on the back rest would be 300 lbs.

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