Helinox Chair Zero Ultralight Compact Camping Chair, Black

November 30, 2019 - Comment
Add to Cart $89.95Amazon.com Price
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Winner of the Backpacker Gear of the Year 2017 and 2017 OutDoor Industry Awards, the Helinox Chair Zero Ultralight Compact Camping Chair is the lightest, most compact chair in the Helinox line. It weighs just 1.1 pounds and packs smaller than a water bottle (measures 4 x 4 x 14 inches packed) for easy transport in a backpack or travel bag. The chair’s frame is constructed from advanced proprietary aluminum alloy for maximum strength-to-weight ratio, and can hold up to 260 pounds. The chair seat and carrying sack are made from ultra-durable, lightweight, UV-resistant ripstop polyester that holds up to harsh weather and the sun’s rays. Both the chair seat and the carry sack are machine washable (line dry). Setup is super fast and easy, thanks to a single internal bungee cord that self-assembles the poles. The assembled chair has a seat height of 11 inches, seat width of 25.5 inches, seat depth of 19 inches, and overall height of 25.5 inches. Ideal for camping, backpacking, hiking, trekking, and travel, the compact and lightweight Helinox Chair Zero is backed by a manufacturer’s five-year warranty.

Product Features

  • Featherweight, compact camping and backpacking chair weighs just 1.1 pounds and packs smaller than a bottle of water (measures 4 x 4 x 14 inches packed)
  • Chair frame is constructed from advanced proprietary aluminum alloy to provide maximum strength at a minimum weight; holds up to 260 pounds
  • Seat and carry sack are constructed from durable, lightweight ripstop polyester that resists harsh weather and UV rays; material is machine washable
  • Setup is fast with a single internal bungee cord that assembles poles; assembled chair measures 20.5W x 19D x 25.5H inches, seat height is 11 inches
  • Ideal for camping, backpacking, hiking, trekking, travel, and other outdoor events; manufacturer’s five-year warranty

Comments

Anonymous says:

Very Comfortable despite the low weight I’m a 67 y/o man with arthritis in the lower back that still goes backpacking. This is an amazingly comfortable chair at an amazingly low weight and an amazingly high price providing much needed back support for me in a backcountry camp. I used it in sandy situations so it sunk a little but not enough for me to buy the groundsheet that fits the four legs. Uneven ground would be a little tricky and it is not the most stable but you can’t have it all at this weight. I’m sure glad to have this…

Anonymous says:

I’m 6’4″ incidentally and can sit quite comfortably for long periods I was going to take off a star for the price but considering I marvel at the thing every time my 200 lb arse plops down in it I decided to give it a glowing review instead. I never thought I’d be hiking 13,000 feet trails with a chair in tow. That extra 19 ounces is so worth it at the end of the day. I’m 6’4″ incidentally and can sit quite comfortably for long periods. I can even slouch a bit. Find a log to prop your feet on and it’s heaven. Sits low to the ground which for me is perfect…

Anonymous says:

Amazingly Small and Light This chair is extremely light-weight and packs very small. I already owned the Chair One, and I decided to try the Chair Zero. When packed, the Chair One feels huge compared to the Chair Zero, and that’s saying something because the Chair One already packs small (I have taken the Chair One backpacking). The Chair Zero also feels much lighter than the Chair One.All that being said, I think the Chair One is more comfortable, and for ME, it is worth the extra space and weight. If I…

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