Best camping chairs according to redditors

We found 192 Reddit comments discussing the best camping chairs. We ranked the 112 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the top 20.

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u/YoungSatchel · 17 pointsr/Ultralight

I grabbed a few of the “Moon Lence” chairs and one of their tables off amazon for off-road camping with my two boys. They are really great for what they cost though I can’t say I’d ever bring them Backpacking.

Here’s a pic of them in action. And yes, they comfortably seat adults too. 😁

u/president2016 · 7 pointsr/CampingGear

We have those ultralight chairs like this.
And it is so worth it on long backpacking trips. It’s one of my luxury items I make sure to take.

u/Raptor01 · 7 pointsr/motocamping

This is a good relatively cheap tent that packs small because of the short pole lengths (short poles are hard to find in a tent): That's the cheapest short-pole tent I was able to find when I was looking.

Any Amazon inflatable sleeping pad will do for Summer camping. For winter camping, if you don't want to freeze, get a good insulated inflatable pad.

Any 'ole pillow.

This stove:

A chair like this one:

The complicated part is the sleeping bag. I spent big bucks on mine because I wanted a zero degree down sleeping bag that packed small but wasn't a mummy bag. For your first kit, just look for something that packs small and is rated for 15 degrees less than what you'll think you'll encounter on your trip.

u/BigT2011 · 7 pointsr/motorcyclesroadtrip

I went with a ALPS Mountaineering Lynx 1-Person Tent for sleeping with a Camp Solutions Lightweight Self-Inflating Air Sleeping Pad. Had a 40 degree bag/quilt from Walmart since I was traveling in August time frame.

Took this chair that really came in handy Moon Lence Outdoor Ultralight Portable Folding Chairs with Carry Bag Heavy Duty 242lbs Capacity Camping Folding Chairs Beach Chairs

Cooking set I used was 12pcs Camping Cookware Stove Canister Stand Tripod Folding Spork Wine Opener Carabiner Set Bisgear(TM) Outdoor Camping Hiking Backpacking Non-stick Cooking Non-stick Picnic Knife Spoon Dishcloth. It was good enough for the 3 weeks on the road and im still using it to this day.

Seat cushion which was good but I needed something much thicker by the end of the trip MadDog GearComfort Ride Seat Protector


I just put all that into a waterproof 45L bag I had and then shoved my clothes into a backpack on top. Jerry rigged a canvas bag on the side for quick access things like tools and such. The net thing on top of my bags was very very helpful as well. I used these hammock straps to tie everything down on the bike since I could use them again PYS outdoor XL Hammock Straps Heavy Duty 20FT & 40 Loops&100% No Stretch (Set of 2) Fits All Hammocks

Other than that it was miscellaneous stuff...

u/flyguysd · 6 pointsr/CampingGear

Or you can spend $30 on a comperable chair and not waste your money

u/itstehpope · 5 pointsr/networking

Here's the most important two in my kit.

A collapsible chair -

and a female to female RJ45 connector when you need a REALLY long console cable.

u/djpattiecake · 5 pointsr/CampingGear

i have the amazon chinese knockoff of the REI/helinox chairs. this one here.

ive had it about 5 years and its still going strong. highly recommended and cheap

u/karygurl · 4 pointsr/BuyItForLife

My husband and I have two of these. We haven't quite put them through hell yet, but they survived being flopped on by dozens of drunks during a recent weekend group camping trip. Capacity: 800 pounds.

u/ItsJimmyTwoShoes · 3 pointsr/ElectricForest

I literally ordered this today.

Kelty Low-Love Seat Camping Chair, Deep Lake/Fallen Rock – Portable, Folding Chair for Festivals, Camping and Beach Days - Updated 2019 Model

I trust the brand. But my wife and I wanted somewhere to sit or have people sit together if needed. (Mostly for us)

Maybe it solves your problem. Maybe it doesn’t but it was my favorite option.

u/puffin_trees · 3 pointsr/Hammocks

I've been thinking about adding an ultralight camp-table to my kit for this reason. I recently purchased a Helinox chair, and quickly found I wanted a table-like surface to compliment the chair's low-profile. There's a Helinox table, but I don't think I want the cup-holders. I think a similar table will similarly compliment the hammock.

u/snow_patroller · 2 pointsr/tall
u/ABL228 · 2 pointsr/JUSTNOFAMILY

You are definitely under reacting!

I think that your "normal meter" is broken. Because nothing about what you described is 'normal' in a healthy environment (family or otherwise).

You are being abused (physically, verbally, mentally, emotionally) & continually manipulated.





If you haven't been documenting this behavior/physical attacks, you need to start now. If you can safely record or take videos (& its legal in your state) do so. Make sure that the recordings/videos are stored in a cloud that is password protected (& not attached to your normal email/phone number). Use a new email account (gmail) & a password that isn't written down anywhere (maybe leave a sealed envelope with the information in a secured spot at your workspace to give to the police if something happens)? There are recommendations (in the sidebar here & on some of the other justno subs) on how to write down what happens in a composition notebook, but please don't store this any place that it might be found by your abusers.

Have you talked to your therapist about the physical abuse & ongoing verbal/physical threats?

Most therapists don't suggest a discussion/rule setting/negotiation of behavior with someone who won't stop an attack or encourages an abuser. They suggest an exit plan - the sooner the better.

No amount of discussion with your Mother is going to change her behavior or help you. She isn't willing to get your brother out of her life or yours. For whatever reason, she is encouraging, provoking, & enabling his behavior. She wants you to stay so that you can continue to be a victim for him (& her, as needed).

You need to stop setting yourself on fire to keep everyone else warm.

YOU DO NOT owe your mother or siblings ANYTHING.

They are adults who are actively choosing to remain in a behavior pattern that is violent & self destructive.

It sounds like there are some serious psychological problems along with a cycle of violence that are way beyond what you can or will ever be able to help with. IT IS NOT YOUR RESPONSIBILITY TO FIX THIS.

The physical/verbal abuse between your brother & mother is something that you can not involve yourself with anymore. They don't want to change their behavior & see nothing wrong with it.

They may be your biological family, but they don't want your protection/help/intervention & nothing you do or say will change anything (except further damage you). THEY need to WANT to change (& it doesn't seem like any of them want to do this).

By staying in the home them/this situation, the chance of one of them hurting you or even killing you is extremely high. It might not be entirely deliberate, but violence continues to escalate & they have already shown that they are willing to hurt you.

Is there a way for you to move out now? Not necessarily an apartment (unless you can find a tiny studio), but as a roommate? A room for rent in an apartment or house (ask around if a friend or co-worker has room or knows of someone who might or even via an ad on Craigslist) somewhere locally? You need to get out of that house YESTERDAY.

Moving to a safe location locally for the next 4-5 months until you can move 800+ miles away is a very good idea. If you can move to the new location now, that would be a good idea.

If you can move, do not tell your mother or siblings where you are moving to, block them from your phone (or port your number to google voice & change your actual mobile phone number), forward all of your mail to a PO Box, & cut off all contact with them immediately.

Your biological family is dangerous to you & they only want you around to be a victim for their behavior.

Advise your HR & supervisor at work that your family has been violent towards you in the past & made threats. If your family attempts to show up at your work, the workplace can have them arrested for trespassing.

Talk to your local police department about the threats & previous attacks by your family. They probably won't be able to issue a restraining order unless you have additional proof (video, hospital visits, etc.). This is how you can make sure that the police know the situation & they won't investigate if your Mom attempts to report you missing, etc. They can advise if a "No Contact Order" sent by an attorney would be a good idea (if you want to pursue a restraining order).


To make your move easily portable & give you very little furniture for your move, here are some suggestions for items that can easily pack into an average size car with your clothes & personal items.

A well made double height queen size airbed/air mattress (typically less than $100, but max $150). Look for the ones with internal reinforcement, as they are more comfortable for long term sleep (& I know people who have replaced their long term mattress with one).

A thick mattress pad with a feather bed under it, & some cotton/flannel sheets with a blanket or 2, a thick comforter, & a couple of pillows.

Having a thick mattress pad & feather bed (or even another comforter) under the mattress pad will be more comfortable overall & keep a good barrier between the cool air in the bed & your body (so you don't get too cold at night).

TJ Maxx & HomeGoods (or similar) almost always have mattress pads, comforter & sheet sets in their clearance sections. Even at full price, they have all of the items & are almost always less expensive than most stores (including WalMart/Meijer). Occasionally Target will have a sale & their sheets are a decent price. I have bought quite a few sets of 100% cotton high end sheets that have lasted for years at TJ Maxx/HomeGoods. You can sometimes find nice blankets & comforters at Goodwill, Thrift Stores, or garage sales (& they are super cheap!).

A folding camping table & a lamp that can clip onto it become a bedside table.

An oversized folding chair with a throw blanket becomes a comfy place for you to sit in your bedroom.

All of your clothes can be hung in the closet & items that don't hang (sweaters, socks, underwear) can go into portable shelving with a few drawer inserts.

For any storage (like extra shoes, summer clothes, or extra sheets/blankets), you can use soft boxes & put on the upper shelf or stack on the floor of the closet.

If you end up in a studio apartment & need kitchen items, check your local thrift/recycle stores. You can buy individual cups, dishes, silverware, cooking implements, pots & pans - just enough for 1 person instead of whole sets - which you may not need right now.

When you are moving, you can condense all of your soft items (sheets, blankets, pillows, & clothing) down to a much smaller size by using compression vacuum bags. They are also great for longer term storage!

u/endlessvoid94 · 2 pointsr/CampingGear
u/___on___on___ · 2 pointsr/comiccon


Black Sharpie for autographs
Poster Tube
External batteries for gadgets (solar is really nice)
E-Cigarette for indoor nicotine fix
Cliff bar for Hall H sustenance
Platypus water bottle for easy refilling
Deck of Cards
pocket chair

u/ElleAnn42 · 2 pointsr/breakingmom

I used to go backpacking as part of a job, so I have a ton of camping experience. Currently, we car camp and sleep in a tent on comfy air mattresses... which is a different experience and seems to require more gear.

We have an old cop car- think Mercury Grand Marquis or Crown Vic with a huge trunk- so we pack everything into the trunk. I have two bins-- one is the camp kitchen and the other is for general camping gear such as a tarp, camping chairs, the [lantern] (, headlamps, air mattresses, pump, etc. We use opaque Rubbermaid tubs (avoid the clear ones and especially the Sterilite ones- they always crack). I think that we have one 14 gallon Rubbermaid Roughneck bin... the other bin might be the 18 gallon version. All other items such as the stove and the sleeping bags aren't in bins- we only have room for two bins in the trunk. I pack food in reusable grocery bags. We usually use the trunk as storage/pantry while we're at the campsite, but the two Rubbermaid bins are rain resistant so they are usually under the end of the picnic table.

This summer I revised my packing list (which was on random scraps of paper) and put it in a binder. The binder is great... I added several easy camping recipes such as white chili and potatoes with spam that don't require refrigeration.

I like being able to grab the bins, inventory and restock quickly. I hate running around the house grabbing things from various rooms, so we've bought duplicate items that stay in the "camp kitchen" bin. These include a mini cutting board, a paring knife, a mini wok or very deep frying pan, a medium sized stainless steel pot with a lid (from a thrift store), a wooden spoon, tongs, a spatula, a slotted spoon, a can opener, a pot holder, a dish rag, a dish towel, a sponge, dish soap, a couple of lighters, and some assorted ziplocs and trash bags. A camp coffee maker and a couple of cups are nice to have, too. We use paper plates and bowls and plastic utensils because we've decided that we want to minimize doing dishes while camping.

I'm thinking of setting aside a couple of old sheets and some beach towels for camping use only--- anything that reduces packing effort.

Final random tip... I read a Life Pro Tip that tortilla chips make good kindling. It's true. My husband struggled to start a fire for 45 minutes the first night. Night two- I had one going in 5 minutes thanks to tortilla chips.

u/melisslo · 2 pointsr/NYCC

I've only gone twice so far but from my experience it seems they start letting people in the queue hall around 8ish. My first year I showed up really early and got on that long line. I decided I never wanted to do that again so last year I made sure I got there a little after 8. When I arrived at the convention the line was making it's way in so I just walked in with the line. When I got inside and lined up for the show floor I was pretty much at the same point in the line I was the year before so getting there early or getting there at 8 really didn't make a difference. If I remember how the show floor line is set up I was in the third shoot towards the front, which really isn't a bad spot so 8 is a pretty good time to show up if you just want to walk in.

Obviously you still have to wait in the queue hall a little bit until the convention actually starts but I brought some chairs with me last year, which helped a lot. I used these ones. Total life saver. I have a bad ankle and the person who came with me has a bad knee so by the end of our first year we were hurting real bad. These made a heck of a difference. I honestly didn't care all that much about the wait the second time.

u/[deleted] · 2 pointsr/searchandrescue

It is one of the Crazy Creek folding camp/stadium chairs. I use it as a chair, to carry firewood, as a ground pad, as a standing pad in the winter, as edge protection on rope rescues, and have even used it as a torso length backboard to stiffen an improvised rope litter. It isn't a particularly comfortable ground pad, but it provides adequate insulation for 3 season use.

There are many options available, I use an older version of this that I inherited after my folks stopped camping.

u/reigorius · 2 pointsr/bicycletouring

A motherflipping chair.

u/-filly- · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

fear cuts deeper than words

Edit #1 - Replaced #1 #2, #9, #13, #15, edited some text, added bonuses

Okay, so a lot of my items are similar, or are kind of "flexing" the rules, but I will leave official rulings up to you. Here goes!

  1. Something Grey - Strip of magnesium - This actually just got gifted to me. This coal trash can is silver, which is basically grey :D

    2)Something reminiscent of rain - Zen Garden - Flexing the rules. It's only related because it's a garden. An umbrella!! I don't have one of these, and I have no idea why.

  2. Food related - Pineapple corer/slicer

  3. On wishlist not for me (this is for my fiancee) - Apple Cider k-cups

  4. A book you should read - Everyone should have the Joy of Cooking

    6)Item less than a dollar - MP3

  5. Something related to cats - This is related because of that scene in "Christmas Vacation" where the cat gets electrocuted

  6. [Beautiful but not useful - Lego adoption of Brandenburg Gate](

  7. Movie everyone should see once - Not on wishlist - Harlan County, USA. This documentary is nearly perfect in every sense of the word. This movie is so powerful, and so real, it's just unbelievable. One of my favorites. I always suggest it when someone asks "what documentary should I see?"

  8. Something useful when Zombies attack - Kinect Your Shape Fitness Evolved - You need to be able to Outwit, Outrun, and Outlast.

  9. Profound impact on life - Guitar. I really want to learn how to play, and my dad was going to teach me, but he passed before he was able to. It would mean a lot to share that passion with him even though he's already moved on

  10. Add-On Item - Cat6 cable!!!

  11. Most expensive item -It's actually the guitar, so I went with the 2nd most expensive which is a Logitech G19 keyboard Nope. It's actually this amp.

  12. Bigger than a bread box - Mizuno backpack

  13. Smaller than a golf ball - Not sure if a k-cup would count, but I threw it in there. If it doesn't count, I will find something else It doesn't. Here's some ship and anchor cufflinks I really want for my wedding :)

  14. Something that smells wonderful - Kind of cheating, but a different k-cup. Donut shop coffee is the BEST. Changed to a different beverage. I have a horrible addiction to this stuff, and it smells wonderful (to me)

  15. SFW Toy - Legos are a toy!! :D

  16. Helpful going back to school - I listed the Zen Garden again because it's helpful to have something peaceful when going back to school

  17. Something related to your current obsession - I am OBSESSED with Lorde. I have stated this many times over the last week.


    BONUS #1 - I looked through your reddit history (not very hard, but I did look), and came up empty, so I'll just post something later that might fit.

    BONUS #2 - These blankets are made in Oregon, and look SUPER cool. Not on my WL (I have more than enough blankets), but I really like them.

    I may attempt the bonuses tomorrow, we will see. This is definitely a placeholder until rulings on some items are made. Fix'd :D
u/_exup · 2 pointsr/Ultralight

Just like the one from lite smith. Don’t wanna be the guys to send business away but here’s a similar cheaper version never tried this myself but have had friends diy ten and love them

u/Romeo9594 · 2 pointsr/hammockcamping

I have this one made by Moon Lence

Caught it on sale for like $22, and it's been a pretty solid investment so far. 2lbs (0.91kg if you hate freedom), quick setup, sturdier than it looks. Only complaint is the feet are small so if the ground is even a little damp, it's sinking in. I'm also only 5'8" (1.72m), and I do think if you're much taller than that it'll cut down on the comfort.

A stool would be lighter, faster, and cheaper. But I like to stretch my legs out and lean back at camp

u/JuxMaster · 2 pointsr/Ultralight

Great information, thanks for the help. To address a few of your points...

- The seat is my latest pickup, it's great to rest my back at the end of the day. It's just a piece of cloth so I have the sitpad underneath it. Not sure if I'll bring it on my thru

- Great advice for my FAK, I'll definitely shake it down. I no longer carry soap in my FAK so I just have to readjust the description

- I carry a razor because I've heard it's good to have a backup sharp blade

- My bidet is probably closer to 1oz, I don't currently have my scale and (poorly) guess its weight

- Camp long sleeve is for the bugs, like you said

- I've been thinking about the Ursak/smellproof bag because hanging a bear bag is such a hassle. For now (short-ish weekend trips) I'm cool with spending the extra time & energy making the hang

- I'll likely start my thru in late winter and bring heavier layers

u/Durkbeef · 2 pointsr/motorcycles

Holy shit. Don't spend $160 on a chair for your first motocamping trip! Here, people swear by this.

My general advice to people is to buy the absolute cheapest version of everything and then decide what you want to upgrade later. My $35 tent is still going strong after a full year, but I decided to upgrade my.mess kit after about 3 days.

And yeah, come on over to /r/motocamping. It's a great sub.

u/Hubert546 · 2 pointsr/Kayaking

It was fun researching and gearing up for this trip. The seats were awesome to have and took up very little space.

The chairs we bought were much cheaper versions of the Helinox that seem to be almost exactly the same design. Moon Lence Chair - Amazon

u/dmukya · 2 pointsr/motocamping

Clamshell-style backpacking seats - example

Uncomfortable, heavy for what they do, high stress areas that rip through under normal use.

u/GetOffMyLawn_ · 2 pointsr/cfs

Carry your seat with you, links below.

  • Camp chair
  • Lightweight camp chair

    If it is a groomed trail then you may be able to take a rollator with you. It helps with both walking and sitting. You can even get taller ones that let you walk fully upright.
u/cwcoleman · 2 pointsr/CampingGear

I like this Coleman chair. Used a version of this for many years and just got a new one.

u/CocoAndPoppy · 2 pointsr/CampingGear

This is where it's at. Two cup holders, sturdy, comfy. ALPS Mountaineering King Kong Chair

u/RidersPainfulTruth · 2 pointsr/CampingGear

This backpacking chair
ALPS Mountaineering Weekender Seat (Steel Blue)

I have been leaning more toward the ultralight school of thought and have been dropping pound after pound of gear and lightening my whole kit but I refuse to drop this.

Nothing beats leaning back and stretching my legs out after a long day hiking. My mates give me shit for it but jokes on them when I'm sitting comfortably and they're sitting or squatting on the cold hard ground.

u/DRENREPUS · 2 pointsr/sysadmin

This is my personal favorite:

Hiking to the middle of nowhere and reading a book while lounging on one of these in the sun,

u/Lilidawn · 2 pointsr/secretsanta

Any idea if they are more into casual hiking/car camping vs multi day backpacking and more backcountry type trips?

  • A new nalgene is ALWAYS an appropriate gift for an outdoorsperson regardless of the extent of their outdoor travels.

  • This is personally my favorite camping/hiking/backpacking/boating chair and one of my favorite reasonably priced outdoor products (actually mine is a slightly different local brand, but this one should be directly comparable).

  • A good pair of wool socks is another great gift idea (assuming they aren't allergic to wool).

  • If they are in a cold weather climate these are my favorite warmest pair of gloves. I worked outdoors five winters with them and love them.

  • A touch more expensive but this wool hat is my favorite hat to wear outdoors in the winter and I also used this thing outdoors for 5 winters.

  • The $10-15 energizer headlamps that they sell in Walmart are actually my preferred headlamps over the more expensive outdoor brands.

  • Stuff sacks and dry bags are also good basic ideas.

    Most of these things should be pretty safe no matter what kind of outdoors person they are even if they already have some of those items.

  • My FAVORITE item though, that I'm saving for last, is this awesome solar powered, color changing light. I've taken this thing backpacking and car camping, used it when the power was out, had it out in rain and cold, and it is one of my favorite products.
u/get_up_get_down · 2 pointsr/bonnaroo

I understand not wanting to carry a chair all day, but if your dad is 63 then laying/sitting on the ground for hours at a time might be pretty hard on him.

You could look into getting one of these chairs, it weighs about 7lbs which isn't nothing but it could make a lot of difference for him.

Or these are light and portable and would at least provide some back support without being a pain to carry around.

u/electricshadow · 1 pointr/wheredidthesodago

I ordered off Amazon. I used this link:

It seems to be out of stock at the moment, but I'd keep an eye on that link in case it comes back.

u/4ourthdimension · 1 pointr/StarWarsCelebration

Don't park in the hotels themselves. $60-$70 per NIGHT. I used ParkWhiz to get <$40 parking all week at a garage 2 miles NW of my hotel (I'm at Magnificent Mile). Uber to hotel once each way for luggage. Use a public transit weekly pass for $30/pp to get to the con and anywhere else. Huge savings right there.


And to answer your main question, like someone else ALL of the money lol. I'm budgeting so hard for this, and all the little things add up (including travel costs). Surprisingly a big one is food for my wife and I. You'd be shocked at how fast that adds up, if you at least want to enjoy a few good culinary treats in the area. I have $400 put aside for guests (which I know is not enough haha), $500 for general spending (still not enough) and $600 for food (is this even enough? *sweats and panics*). Hopefully will have more before then, but its good to have solid numbers when approaching this to keep you from going on a spending spree outside the budget (which is super easy to do at Celebration).


Really decide the types of things you want and focus on that. Funko pops (should you win their lottery)? Artwork? Figures? There's a ton of things to buy. Pick your battles. Also on the last day, most vendors will haggle prices with you so they don't have to lug a bunch of stuff home from the con. The tradeoff is that you might miss out on something you really wanted by that time. The nice thing is with the preview day on Thursday, you can get your 'official store' merch and then work with your remaining budget the rest of the con.


One thing that I've heard helps with budgeting is setting aside X amount of dollars per day for spending. Use cash if you can. Last Celebration there was a huge influx of people who had their card #'s stolen due to RFID scanners. If you need to use credit/debit, get a RFID wallet just for this.


Sorry for the novel. I'm just pumped that we're getting closer to this. Less than 2 months!


PS - Get one of these for the line waiting. Best investment ever.\_cr\_arp\_d\_product\_top?ie=UTF8&th=1


u/Ronansdad · 1 pointr/motorcycles

Helinox - Ground Chair, The Ultimate Lightweight Camp Chair, Black

If you are camping , I assume you are. After 12 hours in the saddle it's nice to rest your back against something.

Also somebody else said it, but I will reiterate, HYDRATION is a serious fuck up if you don't do it. The wind wicks moisture from your body faster than normal.

Also, a good data plan to offload pictures.

Enjoy the ride.

u/beltfedshooter · 1 pointr/CampingandHiking

Well, I was sold on the Exos 58 from all the research I had done. I ordered it online and it arrived at my local REI. I just went there on my lunch break to pick it up today only to realize my torso size is M not L :-(

Tried on the not blue Exos in M, and as I had thought, the hip-belt was not positioned correctly for my 36-38 waist. I am doing cardio and will get down to a 34-36, but not before my Grand Canyon trip at the end of the month. So, I tried on my "on paper" second choice, the Atmos 65. For 1lb1oz more weight, the adjustable hip and shoulder straps fit soooo much better. There are more external pockets that can help me with my gear to be more organized. (quick access to my chair) All of my stuff is ultralight, and I had hoped to really get the light Exos.

TL/DR - went to REI to grab my ordered Exos 58, walked out a happy man with an Atmos 65.

u/alaskaj1 · 1 pointr/CampingGear

You can find them if you search on Amazon like the other guy said. Just look for "backpacking chair". As an example there is this moon lence chair.

They are likely all just rebranded Chinese chairs from the same maker. You can find basically identical chairs on for a little cheaper.

u/STR2 · 1 pointr/BuyItForLife

For sure the Alps Mountaineering King Kong Chair. I've owned it for a few years now and other than the threads that were stolen by birds to make a nest (literally, birds picked a good portion of the right arm threads clean for nest making material, I left it sitting outside for a few days - my bad) it's in flawless condition. Despite the missing threads, it's still 100% usable.

*just re-read the thread and noticed that you want one that reclines. This doesn't recline.

u/-priceHISTORY · 1 pointr/discgolf

Dude, the seat goes as low as $18. Are you trying to be funny or something? This bot is never wrong. Your face is the worst face ever. It's d.u.m.b. Dumb!

Here are the prices:

u/bigbangbilly · 1 pointr/firstworldanarchists

Pocket chair !!!!!!!!!!!

u/walkswithwolfies · 1 pointr/CozyPlaces
u/Jahcoco · 1 pointr/Wishlist

[If you like odd and senseless portability] (

I summon /u/poloxamer because you're awesome and fixed a broken link of mine and I never got to say thank you

u/btolle89 · 1 pointr/CampingandHiking

good find! i really wish they had the lighter type on aliexpress or an alite myfly knockoff

u/Goblin_Axeman · 1 pointr/laidbackcamp

Yeah, the price tag is also why I haven't picked one up yet. There is the Moon Lence which I've seen mentioned on /r/campinggear as the budget version, but it doesn't have the cool pattern on the seat fabric.

u/greenw40 · 1 pointr/CampingGear

I usually leave these chairs at home when backpacking, but I have brought them a few times. It comes in handy when you know the park doesn't have anything to sit on besides wet logs. When I go car camping I bring full sized camping chairs. Like this.

u/diiiiiianaaaaaa · 1 pointr/ElectricForest

I don't have awful back pain so I don't think what I like would help - but for what it's worth - there's a kelty loveseat camp chair that's more comfortable than anything I've ever used in the past. Its lower to the ground, and lounges back. I like to throw a bunch or blankets on it - super comfy.

Kelty Low-Love Seat Camping Chair -

u/TheEyeofEOS · 1 pointr/CampingandHiking

Helinox Chair One clone for $32 that's 24oz if you don't use the carry sack. I've been using one for 2 years with great success.

It is 8oz lighter than the real Chair One that sells for $100, but not as light as the BA Chair Zero (16oz) that sells for $120.

u/midgetcricket · 1 pointr/internetparents

We used to live out of suitcases (due to Mom's employment, not this, this sucks and I'm so sorry they're going through this)! Small portable game systems are a must for kids, I don't know if that's something that they made it out with, but they sure made our lives better. I would have killed for a Kindle, but even old systems from a second hand shop or a yard sale (sometimes you have to leave them behind anyway, it's hurts less if they weren't expensive) would probably be welcome. Phone cards, even just one a piece for emergencies, are incredibly helpful. We sometimes used blow up furniture, they don't often last long, but it's fun, it's portable, and it's yours. Decorative throws serve multiple purposes: as blankets, you can hang them for decor that helps the heating bill, and then you can wrap your stuff in them when you leave again. A camera, so that you can focus on new happy memories (not trying to encourage repression, but it really makes forgetting the bad parts easier later when you have concrete proof of the good ones). Stuff for a luxurious bath every now and then would be 'frivolous' enough for a gift, and it helps with the mental health, as well as technically being practical (everyone needs to be clean!).

> She also has no car

Is there any form of public transportation where they are? You could spring for a month's bus/tram/equivalent pass.

As for the organizing, there are the closets that hang, or the collapsible stand alone wardrobe. There's pop up storage bins, or this hoarder enabling abomination that I may be buying myself now. These things are like suitcases you never have to unpack.

I actually have this vacuum, it works awesome on hard floors and gets the job done on carpets if you keep at it, it's fairly quiet for a vacuum, and comes apart for getting hard to reach areas/fixing when you sucked up something it shouldn't have eaten. You could toss in a few small office/kitchen sized trashcans and liners to match, a lot of people can stay clean if they have arms reach access to a bin, but never think about buying extra bins.

You said that she has some cookware, but I'm going to add this here anyway. We always left behind the measuring spoons and cups, then wouldn't buy more until we absolutely had to. We often lived in hotels and lived off of whatever could be microwaved or grilled on the hibatchi (note, that was an example, don't spend more than $20 on one), and a good set of microwavable dishes makes a world of difference as to what you can make. Spices to dress up canned veggies are also indispensable and often out of budget, even if it's just some Mrs. Dash mixes, seasoning salt, garlic powder.

Lastly though, I want to commend you. You're an awesome friend. The world would be a better place with more of you. Knowing that someone out there has your back can mean everything when you have nothing. Good luck to your friend and her son, I hope your care package makes their day.

u/Meru3217 · 1 pointr/aclfestival

I use these. Easy to set up and compact but holds my phone, id and wallet. No lugging a big ass chair around lol

Sportneer Portable Lightweight Folding Camping Chair for Backpacking, Hiking, Picnic

u/scheides · 1 pointr/CampingGear

For tent, I am a huuuuge fan of the new Big Agnes Tiger Wall. It is a mix between the Copper Spur and the Fly Creek...packs small, carries very light, and is super nice no matter what kind of camping you are doing.

Big Agnes Tiger Wall Tent

For an air mattress, there are many on the market but IMHO the best compromise of weight, packed space, and weight is this one:

Thermarest NeoAir MAX SV Air Mattress


Also, while you're looking for cool camp stuff, grab a pair of these camp chairs instead of the traditional ones people get...way smaller and imho just as comfy:

Moon Lence Ultralight Camp Chair

u/sparks1990 · 1 pointr/BuyItForLife

Actually, the one you linked as an example is pretty good. My dad has it and spends most of his time outside in it. It's plenty comfortable and it's lasted him years.

I bought this one:

based on the review here:

It scored an 82/100 but that's because it's so fucking heavy. It weighs 13 pounds. But as long as you aren't carrying it very far, it really shouldn't matter when you're spending a couple hours in it.

I've taken it car camping and to dozens of little league games and can't think of one single complaint.

u/ginniper · 1 pointr/bonnaroo

I like having my own space sometimes when I get overwhelmed so this year I'm bringing these chairs! I normally just pack a blanket but at night shows sometimes people can't see you on the ground so I think these will be awesome. I haven't used them at Roo before but I've already put them to good use at a family reunion-they're super light and both of them fit in a small tote (one easily attaches to my CamelBak as well, my sister will have the other).