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Saturday, May 16, 2015

New Outdoor Camp Chairs from Travelchair

Updated for 2015 Outdoor Chairs from Travelchair are very comfortable and fold down small.

  • Apex Double Chair --  has padded back and arms provide comfort for two. Durable UV coated cross woven Dacron with reinforced seams. Mesh back rest for ventilation. Sturdy powder coated steel frame for stability and durability. Adjustable arms for added comfort with integrated cup holder and accessory bag. Folds compactly and stores easily in Dacron carry bag (included).
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  • Joey Chair -- Good things come in small, lightweight packages and the Joey Chair is no exception! The Joey features a lightweight aluminum frame, shock cord system thus avoiding lost parts, and a compact size and durability developed from 30 years of camp chair manufacturing. At under 2 lbs and folds down small to the size of a California burrito, you'll never have to think twice about bringing the Joey along. Dimensions: 21" x 21" x 28" (Open), 4" x 4" x 4" (Packed). Capacity: 300 lbs.
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  • Joey Chair Steel -- is just as compact, sturdy and functions like the other Joey chairs, all while hitting an entry level price point. Steel frame. 300 lb rating.
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  • Travelchair French Cut Chair --  is inspired by classic beach chairs and is perfect when the job calls for a full sized chair but storage space is limited. Material: 420 D ballistic nylon mesh. PVC free. Seat height 11", back height 26", seat length 21", width 33". (Includes bag). Weight limit: 300 lbs.
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  • Travelchair Roo Chair -- is the Joey Chair supersized. It features a wider and higher seating surface that has an even higher backrest for all the comfort you could ever need. Weight: 6.1 lbs.
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  • Travelchair Wallaby Chair -- For those who want it all, the Travelchair Wallaby Chair does not sacrifice any amenities or comfort and you still get a chair that is super light and packs down small. Weight: 6.1 lbs. Capacity: 300 lbs.
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Questions call 800-448-7965 or email info@vtarmynavy.com


Shapath Das said...

nice post

Alice Taylor said...

I have to admit that this is a very resourceful blog. I have an upcoming car camping trip, and I think your outdoor camp chair suggestions will really come in handy. I particularly like the Joey chair; it is remarkably lightweight and convenient. I also found more camp chairs here: http://survival-mastery.com/reviews/best-camping-chairs.html

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