What a deal

Reviewed by Boofie from San Jose, CA on Thursday, May 31, 2012
It is very difficult to get out of chairs that have soft arms if you have a bad back or knees. You can find chairs that fold but we have been looking for some time to find chairs that collapse with hard arms to replace our very old ones.
I read a lot of complaints about the weight of these chairs but they are just as heavy as our old ones. Remember this chair is made out of steel not aluminum! My complaint would be the cup holder. I say do the cup holder right or don't do it at all. It is a very pour design!
We are both 5' 6" and like the fact that the chair does not cut into the back of your legs and our feet are confortably flat the ground. The seat has ample room for my tush and big thighs. From the seat to the back it is one piece of material without a seam or brace across so you can kind of slump down or push yourself up straighter in the chair.
This is a highly rated chair for people with bad backs so we will see how my husband does for extended periods of time. The price we paid for the chairs they were worth a try.
  • Best Uses: Campgrounds, Day Trips, Outdoor Events, Road Trips, Winter Camping
  • Cons: Useless cup holder
  • Describe Yourself: Casual/ Recreational
  • Pros: Comfortable
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