How could you even consider heading out to campsites, campfires, tailgates, or outdoor concerts without the KingCamp oversize heavy duty camping chair to keep your keister comfy? Its polyester body and steel frame keep this folding chair durable for many years, and its lumbar support system provides luxurious comfort.
- Lumbar support with alignment strap to ensure your lumbar stays in place and comfort
- High back and wide seat make you feel more comfortable
- Durable steel frame and polyester fabric handles wear and tear
- Relax with drink and magazine with insulated cooler bag
- Side storage and extra head pockets keep magazines, books and maps
- Shoulder carry bag is included for easy storage and transport
|90 x 22.6 x 21 cm / 35.4 ¡Á 8.9 ¡Á 8.3 in
|90 x 21 cm / 34.5 x 8.3 inch
|5.1 kg / 11.2 lbs
|47 cm/18.5 in
|160 kg / 353 lbs
Q: How do the lumbar support strap and armrest adjustment work?
A: You can adjust the lumbar support belt by tightening or loosening it for greater comfort. You can also change the height of the armrest by adjusting the position of the armrest buckle
Q: Are these sturdy, good quality?
A: Definitely excellent quality, my husband is about 260lbs and he's very comfortable sitting in it. We bought one again.
Comfortable and durable. Very happy with my purchase.
Bought chair for an apartment I did not want to furnish, just needed a chair for short term. The chair is so comfortable I often fell asleep in it! It is now in my camper and my most comfortable accessory. It is a bit heavy for me (70 yr old female) so not something I take to the beach or lug around but fine from the car/camper to fire pit, etc. Highly recommend.
Pros: this is a strong, sturdy chair that will likely live up to its weight rating. I chose the solid arm chair vs the fabric arms since I like the support. The chair folds and unfolds easily. The height of the seat is also great for those who have trouble getting up.
Cons: while the seat is a great height, the depth is too short. Instead of your knees being over the edge of the seat, it cuts into the middle of your thighs. Also the solid arms are a bit high. This chair is sturdy, but not ergonomic. Debating a return.