- Durable; made with high-strength aluminum alloy
- Chair leg caps stop you from sinking into soft sand or soil
- Setup is a breeze thanks to the elastic ropes and shock cords in the chair frame
Super portable, lightweight, provides good back support, long-lasting design, breathable fabric, ergonomic, easy to set up and disassemble, and carrying case included!
Assembly takes a bit of getting used to. Quality control issues include poorly-sized mesh and faulty frame.
Performance: If you don't like to sit on the ground, you need this chair in your backpack or camping gear. It's lightweight enough (2 pounds) that you'll hardly notice it among your gear, but it's durable enough to hold up to 242 pounds/110 kg. You'll find it's a hardy little chair that's perfect for outdoor concerts, beach trips, and overnight camping.
The chair is made with high-strength aluminum, and the joints are designed to handle regular use. Setup may be a bit challenging the first few times (you have to learn how the elastic ropes snap the frame together), but after a few tries you'll find it's fairly simple and easy. The holders and the mesh can be easily folded very small, and the material is beautifully easy to clean.
Features: The chair legs come with end caps to prevent the legs from sinking into soft sand or soil. The Oxford fabric seat is comfortable and durable, with a breathable mesh to promote ventilation of your legs and back. The chair offers decent lower back support and a design that's comfortable even after hours of sitting.
The carrying case allows you to attach the chair to your backpack or camping equipment, so it's easy to carry wherever you go.
Price: At $34, this is a fairly pricey camping chair. However, given its excellent, lightweight design and ergonomic comfort, it's worth trying.