Coleman Oversized Quad Chair with Cooler ($40)

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24 x 37 x 40.5 in.

18.1 in.

9 lbs. 14 oz.

Cheap, comfy, and comes with a built-in drink cooler.

A step down in build quality from the Alps King Kong above.

es we search for in a chair for camp. The cushioned seat and backpanel are comfortable, and it’s large enough to fit most campers, and is easy to fold it up and carry. If you’ve been lured by those cheap, $15-$20 models of camp chairs that are popping up from the web, believe us when we say that the extra money is well worth it. With its steel frames with its hefty fabric will last longer than its less durable rivals by a long time and it’s difficult to deny the built-in cooler that’s in the armrest.

What are our complaints concerning this Coleman Oversized Quad? It’s a bit expensive and isn’t as comfy or enthralling like it’s sibling, the Alps King Kong above, and the quality of the material is good but not outstanding (the frame is likely to be rusty if not taken very good care of the frame, as an instance). It’s also priced at around 10 dollars more than Kijaro Dual Lock is a better option. Kijaro Dual Lock below weighs less, and is able to boast an improved construction, though it doesn’t have a built-in cooler. Overall, we believe the Coleman surpasses its price and is a great seating for the majority of campers and makes use of. For a higher-end alternative that has a similar appearance, we suggest Mountain Summit Gear’s cooler Chair that is equipped with an insulated cooler as well as a folding table for just $75.