About TravelChair Wallaby Camp Chair
Closeouts. Whether you're miles away from home or hanging with friends around the backyard firepit, TravelChair's Wallaby camp chair offers loads of comfort in a lightweight, compact design that includes armrests and a cup holder.
Specs about TravelChair Wallaby Camp Chair
- Furniture style: Chairs
- Weight: 3 lb.
- Material: Aluminum and polyester canvas
- Dimensions (L x W x H): 22x35x35"
- Folded dimensions (H x W x D): 17x7x5"
- Capacity: 300 lb.
- Storage bag / case: Yes
- Made in China
- Prop 65: This product may contain a chemical or substance known to the state of California to potentially cause reproductive harm
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Wallaby Camp ChairVerified Buyer Reviewed by DLM from Colorado on Monday, July 23, 2018I was looking for a compact, light weight chair with arm rests and that can easily be hand-carried or in a back-pack. I think this chair does deliver what one can reasonably ask for a design that folds so compactly but it is less comfortable than some more traditional folding aluminum frame chairs that fold flat but are 18" x 30" - not nearly as convenient to transport.
I do like the attention to detail like the feet that are like ski pole tips that work well on hard and soft ground as well as the cup (beer?) holder - nice touch. Overall very happy with this chair and perhaps comfort will improve with more break-in time.
Comfort on the trailReviewed by Ideeho Spud from Idaho on Monday, June 11, 2018Wife and I are over 60 YO I'm 6'2" 230 shes 5'2" 130 This chair is a welcomed luxury after a long day on the trail.... it's 3lbs and we backpack so weight is an important factor, would have given a 5 start if it was lighter,,, but at 3 lbs it's not too bad. I have found lighter chairs out there but they are lower to the ground and don't have the back support and the arms to help us older persons get out of the chair.
At camp we get looks of envie when we pull out the chairs,, while they are looking for a log or a rock to sit on we're chilling with a backrest and cup holder.... :)
Not comfortable!Verified Buyer Reviewed by Linda from CA on Saturday, May 20, 2017It took a lot of time and extreme effort to put this chair into its sitting shape and then when it was assembled it was so uncomfortable. Back it went.
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