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These GCI are comfy, sturdy and rock. 0C237526-C8C4-4360-B1B4-48F0FF988CFB.thumb.jpeg.d4d8a004fb625a0680b8f5d4f1737b20.jpeg

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13 hours ago, Getpitted453 said:

I’ve taken many naps in my Walmart knock offs of the top one! 

 

Anyone know now where I can find some chairs that fold up really small? Something similar to the chairs rugged radios sells? Would be nice to thow a couple of those in the sand car for the longer beer breaks or when someone breaks down (for the wife of coarse) lol! 

I've bought a couple ultra lightweight camping chairs for backpacking from Amazon. One was like a flat stool and the other was a high back chair. Both are very comfortable and about 2 lbs ea. They both fit easily into a backpack.

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I have this from Costco for my normal camp chair...it's awesome!

https://www.campingworld.com/charcoal-club-chair-90248.html?gclid=Cj0KCQjw3uboBRDCARIsAO2XcYAGQy-KbE6E8IBoIge9HaH-55bV5VLMW4KH983XZu0he265utaMZiUaAqt7EALw_wcB

But as you can see in my Avatar, I have a custom one as well <----------<<

About 5 years ago I built my Race Chair complete with 5pt harness...

It works very well, but it doesn't get used too much. :lmao:

 

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We have had these for about 10 years ad they just now need replacement...

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And that is only because the little folding arm got tweaked/bent when somebody gt lazy and just forced the side table closed.

They are tall enough to get in / out of easy and have a large enough back support that your comfortable.

 

I do like the Zero Gravity chairs....but i'll just lay in bed if I wanna go to sleep :lol:

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15 hours ago, fullthrottleguy said:

These are the one I bought that would not folder after a serious wind/sand storm that  blew them over one night at G  - they got all jammed up. One  freed up ion the drive home after sitting sideways in the moho, ytje other one is a spare chair in the garage

Rare jam up hopefully. The ones in my camp have made the trip several times and seem un-phased. Probably the most comfortable camp chair I've ever sat in. I'm talking about crash out status at 3am after a long night ride. It's hard to sit in and not fall asleep. 

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bought a directors chair from big5 last  year liked it had  a table and drink holdera friend thought it was his and loaded it in his trailer so bought another from a HF for 20 bucks like it too has a side pouch and a table.

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Here you go. I don't have one nor do I have one  from Harbor Freight which this is.

In case you need a Flag.

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On 6/30/2019 at 5:44 PM, L.R.S. said:

Bought a pair of these about 10 years ago and they're still working.

 

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I wanted something new and bought a pair of these last season.  They are super comfortable.  Would have bought 4 but Camping World was sold out.

These are by far the best chair for cold nights by the fire.

I have the Sam's Club folding chairs they are very well made reasonably comfortable and best used in warm to hot days. They are cold to sit in on a cold night by the fire. I also have the Sam's Club zero gravity chair. They are great under the awning to kick back and relax but I don't like them at the fire.

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I have also been in the market for some chairs for some time my real comfortable ones have been repaired over the last 5-10 years so I want to be ready when they go. I do like the one from camping world that was posted but refuse to buy there, there was a comparable one at sportsman’s warehouse so I bought it, broke the first trip, got a replacement broke on its first trip so now back to square one.

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On 6/30/2019 at 9:54 PM, vikter said:

These GCI are comfy, sturdy and rock. 0C237526-C8C4-4360-B1B4-48F0FF988CFB.thumb.jpeg.d4d8a004fb625a0680b8f5d4f1737b20.jpeg

This right here is the best camp chair I have sat in for a long time. The directors chairs are nice but you cant lean back, The zero gravity's are nice but take up a bunch of room and if you lean back to far at the camp fire you end up sleeping.

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these are comfy and have a good warranty.  I had one with some loose threads after one year and they sent me a new one and I didn't have to return the old one.  Sure they aint cheap but they are comfy. 

 

https://www.oztent.com/products/furniture-range/chairs

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We have a couple of the zero gravity type chairs from Sportsman's Warehouse( around $100/chair). They are very comfortable and we always look forward to kicking back in them. They are big and heavy though. 

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Was at Costco yesterday and they had two styles. The directors chair and zero gravity. The zero gravity was a bit bulky and doesn’t seem like a good camp fire chair. The directors chair was nice and is in the running. 

Stay tuned....

Andrew

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Have a few of the xlrg gravity chairs. Super wide and long. Very comfy. Worth the hassle and weight

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I have three of these that I bought maybe 4 years ago? The rest of my camp has them also. Awesome chairs with no problems except forget about getting them back in the original bags! 

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The quote didn't work! The chairs I bought are the ones posted from camping world.

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