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HELINOX SUNSET CHAIR

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HELINOX SUNSET CHAIR

Lightweight folding camp or deck chair, sets up quickly and easily, single shock corded pole structure, storage s [Read more ...]



£110.00 (RRP £135.00)





Product code: 101200

Manufacturers code: SUNSET

Brand: Helinox


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HELINOX SUNSET CHAIR

Lightweight folding camp or deck chair, sets up quickly and easily, single shock corded pole structure, storage sack included.

More comfortable than the Chair One with more support and a higher seat making it easier to get in and out of, and a high back to rest your head on !

 

Colours - Black/Blue, Green & Swedish Blue

Minimum Weight 1.3200
Packed Size 47 x 11 x 13 cm
Packed Weight 1.4150
Max Load 145 kg
Seat Dimension 103 x 64 x 56 cm

 

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Reviews

07/10/2017
Rating:
Apparently there is a headrest cushion coming out later this year, or you can make up your own by by whatever ingenious means you come up with (velcro / slip-on / clothes pegs / etc,). I have seen a picture of the bag being used to make up a headrest, but again there is no intrinsic way of attaching it to the chair. The bag only has carry handles on each end. I have also seen some photos of the bag used as under chair storage on the Chair One, but that's not suitable with this chair and bag. For me, the bag is going back in the pannier to keep dirty underwear in when I set the chair up. Cont...Review originally submitted 29/04/2015
Kevin
07/10/2017
Rating:
A much better chair than the Chair One! I assembled it in the lounge and landed up staying in it for nearly an hour until Top Gear ended. I found the Chair One too low to sling myself out of easily, and rocking the chair only saw me land up sinking into the soft ground and having to dig the leg rubber foot out of the mud with a stick! This chair has the added seat height which makes it easy to get your feet under you to stand up.I was concerned about the strain on the material where the backrest poles go in, but on close inspection it has a few extra runs of stitching there so I expect it will be fine. I also like the fact that the cross member under the seat is now riveted to the black pole sockets.There is the loop side of a velcro patch on the headrest, but nothing comes with the hook part to attach. Review originally submitted 27/08/2015
Kevin