Happybuy Gray Folding Camp Chair with Footrest Mesh Lounge Chair with Cup Holder and Storage Bag Reclining Folding Camp Chair for Camping Fishing and Other Outdoor Activities (Gray)

February 11, 2020 - Comment
Add to Cart $55.99Amazon.com Price
(as of February 12, 2020 17:33 GMT+0200 - Details)

Specifications

Color: Gray

Fabric: 600D Oxford Cloth & Mesh

Fold Size: 7.1 x 7.1 x 35 inch

Unfolded Size: 66.1 x 22.1 x 27.2 inch

Rated Capacity: 242.5 lbs

Max Capacity: 330 lbs

Package Content

1 x Adjustable Folding Reclining Chair

1 x Carrying Bag

Product Features

  • 【BREATHABLE MESH】- Breathable mesh fabric on chair back keeps you cool in warm weather and prevents odors from sticking to the chair by allowing air flow.
  • 【THOUGHTFUL DESIGN】- The folding camp chair includes an inherent cup holder. A big storage bag keep your gadget close for convenient when you require it.
  • 【HEIGHTS ADJUSTABLE】- Two optional heights to ensure that you are ultra comfortable at all times, no matter where you are.
  • 【HEAVY DUTY】- Extremely durable and built with high quality steel. Metal contact points make the chair extremely sturdy and durable. Weight capacity up to 330lbs.
  • 【EXTREMELY PORTABLE】- This reclining camp chair only weighs 10.9lbs. A carry bag is included for easy transportation to and from your outdoor adventures.

Comments

Anonymous says:

Sweet compact chair! Rock Solid…. The back Auto reclines with a lil pushof the back. Perfect when you want to kick backnin a fold up chair and put your feet up. Great chair. Holds my 260lb ass no problem…. The pillow that attaches is a hidden gem . Everyone needs one of these in their life.#BuddhaReview

Anonymous says:

Good Chair for the money Because of a bad back, I can’t sleep fully reclined, so this allows me to sleep in the tent with the rest of my family or friends.

Anonymous says:

Lubricate the joints and the chair reclines much more easily I love this style chair, and have owned four in the past ten years, by various makers. I was disappointed that I could not make it recline, which is the reason I bought it. My daughter got it into the reclining position once, but I couldn’t do it the next time I used the chair. I found that a little spray lubricant helped loosen it up, and then I was able to push the back joints upwards. This caused the chair’s back support bars to lower and line up with the lower frame. I haven’t been…

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