About TravelChair Classic Bubba Chair
Closeouts. A supremely tough and comfortable camping chair, TravelChair's Classic Bubba chair has a deep seat, armrests and a pillow for support and relaxation.
Specs about TravelChair Classic Bubba Chair
- Furniture style: Chairs
- Weight: 8 lb. 8 oz.
- Material: Polyester canvas and steel
- Dimensions (L x W x H): 32x32x40"
- Folded dimensions (H x W x D): 41x6x6"
- Capacity: 300 lb.
- Storage bag / case: Yes
- Made in China
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Great dealVerified Buyer Reviewed by Jp from Upstate on Wednesday, May 16, 201814$ with shipping on clearance. These seem very comfortable. They have a little recline to them which is nice. They also have a small foam pad that can be used as a pillow at the top. Overall they seem sturdy and comfortable.
i've fallen & i can't get upReviewed by AZ guy from AZ on Tuesday, May 8, 2018if you like being able to get in & out of a chair with ease, this chair isn't for you. again, you get what you pay for...
Chair Failed to Support "Bubba"Reviewed by Jo from Florida on Monday, April 23, 2018The name "Bubba Chair" would tend to imply that the camping chair would support a large-framed man.
Unfortunately, after three days of camping, the chair literally fell down on its assigned duty, that of supporting my 6'1" 235 pound boyfriend. The main support pole extending from the ground to the arm rest cracked and broke. Thankfully, the arm rest with the cupholder remained intact, and his beer was not lost.
The fact that it cost only $15 on clearance made it a bargain, at least, and we had a few laughs over the chair's deceiving moniker.
Great chair!Verified Buyer Reviewed by Happycamper from Ohio on Thursday, April 19, 2018This chair is very comfortable. The adjustable pillow is a bonus. I have also used it as a camping pillow. I broke in the chair last weekend & I think it is going to last a long time. Although my four year old would barely let me sit in it. :)
Perfect for an average sized woman, too narrow for a manVerified Buyer Reviewed by KoalaMum from Cincinnati on Saturday, January 2, 2016I bought two chairs for my husband and myself. I find the chair very comfortable and stable, but my husband found it too narrow for him. The poles at the front press into his thighs, and he is not a particularly large man (5'11", 180 lbs).
Buba ChairVerified Buyer Reviewed by George from California on Wednesday, December 30, 2015Very comfortable. Excellent chair. /Easy to use and very portable. The quality is superb,
Not what i expected.Verified Buyer Reviewed by Chad from New Jersey on Wednesday, December 16, 2015I purchased this chair thinking by the name "bubba" that it would be fairly large. This was not the case. The chair has a very small seating area not big enough for my large frame. The other issue with this chair and probably the most important is the legs are not spread apart evenly causing the chair to tip over when getting out of it.
Good buyVerified Buyer Reviewed by Jay from Colorado on Friday, October 9, 2015I purchased two of these chairs and they proved to be a good buy for me. Comfortable for both short and tall people, Heavy duty fabric and solid construction. Got them on sale. Very satisfied.
Good chairVerified Buyer Reviewed by wywildlife from Wyoming on Sunday, July 12, 2015Good chair. Comfortable. Better than most standard camp chairs. The pillow is movable to customize the feel.
Great chairVerified Buyer Reviewed by Cowboy from Central Illinois on Monday, June 22, 2015Deep enough to be super comfortable and provide enough back for a head rest. Didn't think I'd beat my old Coleman from 1997 but this does!
Question & Answer
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“Regarding TravelChair Classic Bubba
I can't tell from the single photo if the back tubes / supports stand 90 degrees vertical or if it has some kind of recline built into it.
I'd also like to know the height of the front of the chair. Is this a low-to-the-ground chair?
And - how awkward is it to sit upright and eat off a table in front of me?
There is a slight recline to the back. So sitting at a table would feel a little awkward as you have to lean forward. It is not a low chair and I'd estimate about 16 inches off the ground