Best Camping Chair? CAMPINGTRACKWORLD
I tried loads and these were the most comfortable by farPosted 8 months agocloudnineSubscriber
Why have a chair when you can have a sofa..Posted 8 months agoBearMember
for you, something from here…..
Posted 8 months agokm79Member
If you have a costco nearby try these.Posted 8 months agoTiger6791Subscriber
The best chairs are generally considered to be the OzTent ones… Built to last and used in the Outback by Fat Aussies (but they are expensive)
but…….The new Vango ones that are rated to 180kg have got good reviews
(and can be had at a decent price £35Posted 8 months ago
or http://www.winfieldsoutdoors.co.uk/vango-titan-2-oversized-chair/ )ahsatSubscriber
I need to buy new camping chairs. I’m looking at loads online at all the usual places, Go Outdoors, Cotswolds etc.
I’d choose comfort over price.
Weight isn’t a big issue, but I still need it to fold down in a compact fashion.
What have you got that works?
Thanks in advancePosted 8 months agoMalvern RiderMember
Bought a sturdy one from Decathlon for £30 some eight or more yrs back. It still lives on, comfortable too.
*EDIT – of course I just checked and they no longer stock them, just cheaper ones. Remember the days when good products were stocked for longer than a season? GrumblegrumblePosted 8 months agobubsMember
These cheap and cheerful Halfords’ specials have done us well for over a year of frequent use so far. They are fairly bulky and perhaps won’t meet your compact criteria but they are much more comfortable than the moon chairs they replacedPosted 8 months agoTreksterSubscriber
Lots of people using fishermans chairs 8)Posted 8 months ago
Depends on your use. If you want a comfy chair that you can eat at a table from, will last a lifetime and folds smaller than any other out there then you need one of these. Not cheap mind. But mine are 5 years old and as new, my mates are twice that and still going strong.
If you want more of a lounger then the Oz-tent King Guonna is good, though expensive, and I have known them break too.Posted 7 months agonedrapierSubscriber
Rocking it old school in Pembrokeshire on Saturday.
2 for £40 in Tesco.Posted 7 months ago
Thanks for your suggestions – Bear how much is the standing order you’ve set up for that website…?
‘Big and Heavy People’ website – the strap line is “Understanding Your Needs”. Chocolate I guess?
Like the looks of the OzTent offering. A headrest would be nice…Posted 7 months ago
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