About ALPS Mountaineering Escape Camp Chair
Closeouts. Sit back, relax and kick your feet up! ALPS Mountaineering's Escape camp chair is designed for comfort and relaxation thanks to its sturdy steel frame, adjustable armrests and fold-out footrest.
Specs about ALPS Mountaineering Escape Camp Chair
- Furniture style: Chairs
- Weight: 10 lb.
- Material: 600 denier polyester fabric, powder-coated steel frame
- Dimensions (L x W x H): 32x26x41"
- Folded dimensions (H x W x D): 39x6-1/2x7"
- Capacity: 225 lb.
- Storage bag / case: Yes
- Made in China
- Prop 65: This product contains a chemical or substance known to the state of California to potentially cause reproductive harm
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Maisie from FL on Sunday, August 27, 2017We had almost completely used up our old camping chairs, we use them so much for just about everything. We had been looking for one with a foot rest, but were turned off by the prices and the complexity of set up. Then I saw these on line, and the price cannot be beat, so I figured, what the heck. Well, these are the best! Sturdy construction, yet still lightweight to carry, and set and breakdown just cannot be easier. We have already used them several times, backyard, beach, haven't even gone camping yet, but I know they will be perfect. Highly recommend. The army green was on sale. Get it while it lasts!
Verified Buyer Reviewed by dschneider3 from Seattle on Tuesday, August 22, 2017This lawn chair with foot rest was everything I expected. I used it for the first time at an outdoor concert recently. I like the tote bag for easy carrying, it unfolds really easily, the foot rest is adjustable for short, medium or tall people, and the foot rest easily unclips and lays down flat on the ground if you want to sit without the foot rest.
The unit is not industrial strength but I didn't expect that. For the price it is a great chair.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Farm Boy from Nebraska on Saturday, August 19, 2017My old footrest bag chair of a different brand wore out after many, many years of good service. A replacement was surprisingly difficult to find. Luckily, I happened upon the ALPS chair at a fair price. I have not had it long enough to see if it will give me the long useful life as its predecessor. The chair is comfortable, not exceedingly heavy for its size. The fabric seems to be durable, but, again, time will tell. One thing I would change if I could is the footrest so that it could be adjusted to a level less than horizontal. It can be unclipped and lowered to the ground, but nothing in between. An addition I would like to see is a pillow-type headrest. All-in-all, I am satisfied with this chair.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by lorraine934 from Marion, MA on Thursday, August 17, 2017It's a bit awkward getting in, but once you set yourself up you are good for hours. Read a book, enjoy the scenery! I really like that you can remove the foot rest and it is then an ordinary chair.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by oscar from Washington Stateb on Wednesday, August 2, 2017For 30 bucks I was skeptical of this chair. I thought it would be another cheap chair with a foot rest added. I was pleasantly surprised. The steel tube frame is thicker than the run of the mill 10 dollar wal mart chair. It has a nylon strap to hold up the armrest by the backrest which is really handy. Super comfy, its like a recliner.
Question & Answer
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The footrest detaches from the seat by two clips so that it will lay flat on the ground.
The footrest is not completely detachable, but you can detach the straps so that it lays on the ground.
“What is the warrenty on this product, I would like to purchase 2, one for my son and his wife for Christmas?”
This is what ALPS Mountaineering has on their web site about their warranty. "ALPS Mountaineering is proud of the products we market and we work hard to make them the best we possibly can. This allows us to warrant all of our products against defects in materials or workmanship. This does not cover normal wear and tear or abuse. Here's the example we like to use, making a comparison to the auto industry, since we are all familiar with cars. If you purchase a new vehicle and the motor stops running, it will be taken care of, but tires that wear out or hoods that are dented from hitting a tree are not covered. Maybe we're too midwestern, but "common sense" really does prevail." For more follow this link. http://www.alpsmountaineering.com/alps/warranty