- Super comfortable
- Roomy enough for anyone
- Easy to set up
The initial set up can be a little difficult and a few users have reported issues with some rivets. Additionally, there are users that would prefer this to be a little higher or lower to the ground.
It’s not the cheapest, but it’s the best camping cot out there – as long as you don’t need to hike with it; this is on the heavy side. That said, as long as someone else carries it and sets it up for you, this is perhaps the best possible tent cot for those with back pain. It’s super solid and well-constructed.
We think it’s worth it to grab the camping bed pad which offers superior comfort, but if you’re prepared to rough it, you could do a lot worse than this tent cot without a mattress. There’s also a hanging organizer bag if you want it. But, because this accommodates larger frames and weights, it’s absolutely worth storing in the house as an extra bed for guests when you’re not using it as a car camping cot. It’s that strong and comfortable.
Frame and construction: Steel S-leg design
Size: Unfolded dimensions: 85″ x 40″ x 19”; folded dimensions: 42″ x 12″ x 7″
Weight: 29 lbs
Weight capacity: 600 lbs
Portability: Includes a carrying bag and folds away quite easily.
Ease of assembly: Only requires one person to setup.
Price: About $110. Amazon has occasionally sold this for under $90, but it’s not often. There’s also a limited lifetime warranty.
- Rated #1 in 6 Best Camping Cots