Reviewed by I'd rather be cycling from Northern Ohio on Friday, June 7, 2013
I bought this for sitting on the sloped lawn at a major music center with a pavilion. Using this I don't block the view of people behind. I haven't been able to use it yet, but I've tried it out at home. It appears to be very well made, unlike the usual aluminum chair. It could fold up more compactly, but it's really quite small and light. It's a little hard to get into/out of, but we shall see.
Reviewed by Beaver for Badgers from Wisconsin on Sunday, April 14, 2013
This is a sturdy, comfortable little chair for around the cams it or at outdoor sporting events. It's comfy enough that your butt doesn't go numb, but if you have back problems like I do, the best way to exit the chair is to roll out of it and then figure your way to standing. Trying to go from sitting to standing in one or two motions is next to impossible, unless you have a pal to hoist you up. Actually your better off rolling out, then making it to your knees and then up one leg at a time. For sitting around the campfire and watching the sun set, it's perfect. Camping doesn't need big lawn chairs, that's not like camping. I like being low to the ground around the campfire....less smoke.
Reviewed by Petpal from TX on Sunday, March 31, 2013
The chair wasn't exactly as described. Has a tendency to tilt over. However, contacted Crazy Creek and their customer service was GREAT! I would not buy this particular chair again, but would buy Crazy Creek products because of their customer service trying to make things right.