Rated 1 out of 5áby 13Tucker Not HAPPY
Bought this camp chair March 2011 and have hated it since the day it arrived. I was real excited to get this chair, until I sat in it. Not at all comfortable, I am short, you sink in the seat, circulation cuts off at legs, have only set in it once. My husband doesn't like it either and he's 6'. Chair will not fold up, it's really a pain. I agree with Disappointed and Not quite right. I would like to return it but I have no box or return label or order form. Just not happy. Please contact me. Thank You
May 13, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5áby Beangrandmama Disappointed
The chair is sturdy and light weight, when you sit in it, the middle sinks down, but the front is very tight across and cuts the circulation off in your legs. Not comfortable at all. Had to send them back.
May 1, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5áby bigE53 plastic connections
Sturdy chair comfortable and broken plastic connections have broken the weak link in this chair
April 27, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5áby Grij Not quite right
I found this Camp Chair to be too high, tough I am 5'3" my feet dangled in the air when I sat in it. The cup/bottle holder is too small in circumference, only a slim bottle will fit in it. I also found the chair a bit heavy to tote around. I'd also have liked a slightly larger pocket by the cup holder to hold a bit more if needed.
April 22, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5áby tippycanoe good chair
The chair is built like a tank and will withstand heave use. Only complaint is that it is so hard to snap into use....the nylon webbing is so tight that it is difficult to lock arms into place.
April 10, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5áby Pberube26 L L Bean quality
Bought two of these chairs to take to the beach. Love them!
April 3, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5áby capncaveman LL Bean Camp Comfort Arm Chair
I searched high and wide for a chair that appeared to be strong, durable and comfortable. I camp almost every month with boy scouts as a scouting parent and have been through many camp 'folding chairs' from several different manufacturers. Time will tell if it endures, however this chair is strong and well built. I was able to camp with it just a few days after I received it in very cold weather well below freezing. The chair seems to be a cross between a normal folding camp chair and a directors chair (minus the little side table). It makes up for this with the well designed drink holder and pouch. I was able to use it to hold a coffee cup designed for my cars' drink holder with ease. It will hold a water bottle without question. The pouch was a nice place for my car keys as well. The material is easily twice the thickness of a normal camp chair. I will update if my review changes over time, but I think this is a good one.
February 22, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5áby doublee44 CAMP ARM CHAIR
The chairs arrived as expected and have performed to our satisfaction. They are stable on the grass and easy to get up and out of. Thus far we are pleased with the purchase.
January 30, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5áby NHProf Nice chair
The chair is an improvement over the previous. It's more comfortable - a bit wider and with softer/wider arm rests. However, it is bulkier and heavier than the previous camp chair. It comes with a water bottle holder which is very handy for watching the grandson's soccer practices. So if you're not short on space and don't have to carry it far, I highly recommend it.
October 29, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5áby UpNorthTom Worth Every Penny
Bought this for my wife. The seat does not sag, making it easy to get out of. The seat portion is mesh, eliminating a sweaty bottom that can occur with water proof seats. The solid arms are much more comfortable than the saggy canvas arms. There are latches to keep the chair from unfolding once closed, this allow it to easily carried without putting it back into carrying bag.
October 10, 2012