NEMO Moonlight Reclining Chair ($150)

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20 x 20 x 26 in.

10.5 in.

1 lb. 14 oz.

Another well-made and comfortable NEMO design for $100 less than the Stargaze above.

Not as plush, supportive, or feature-rich as the Stargaze.

NEMO is enjoying a great run recently in the camping chair market and their Moonlight complements the Stargaze as a superbly constructed and comfortable choice. Interestingly, the Moonlight does not have the swinging capabilities that is present in the Stargaze but the multiposition recliner is extremely efficient and lets you sit either forward or backwards with an easy tug on every side. The durability is another characteristic of the Moonlight’s aluminium frame as well as its seamless, mesh-like seat offer the chair a luxurious design and feel, while also keeping weight to a minimum. We discovered the 10.5-inch height just right for sitting by the campfire. However, the seat’s deeper design makes it a bit more difficult to remove from.

Overall, we are awestruck by the minimalist style and minimalist design of the Moonlight and believe it’s an ideal option for campers who prefer comfort and aren’t ready to invest $200or more on the luxurious Stargaze above. In addition to not having the ability to swing it also lacks a swinging feature. The Moonlite is also a compromise on comfort by not having padding and weak support for the upper back. The most highly-rated REI Camp X above has significantly higher backs and comes with features like the cup holder that is integrated and a pockets to store valuables. For clarity, we consider that the Moonlight’s durable design and sturdy reclining feature surpass the negatives, but the basic features set and higher cost could be a problem for those who aren’t sure.

NEMO is enjoying a great run recently in the camping chair market and their Moonlight complements the Stargaze as a superbly constructed and comfortable choice. Interestingly, the Moonlight does not have the swinging capabilities that is present in the Stargaze but the multiposition recliner is extremely efficient and lets you sit either forward or backwards with an easy tug on every side. The durability is another characteristic of the Moonlight's aluminium frame as well as its seamless, mesh-like seat offer the chair a luxurious design and feel, while also keeping weight to a minimum. We discovered the 10.5-inch height just right for sitting by the campfire. However, the seat's deeper design makes it a bit more difficult to remove from. Overall, we are awestruck by the minimalist style and minimalist design of the Moonlight and believe it's an ideal option for campers who prefer comfort and aren't ready to invest $200or more on the luxurious Stargaze above. In addition to not having the ability to swing it also lacks a swinging feature. The Moonlite is also a compromise on comfort by not having padding and weak support for the upper back. The most highly-rated REI Camp X above has significantly higher backs and comes with features like the cup holder that is integrated and a pockets to store valuables. For clarity, we consider that the Moonlight's durable design and sturdy reclining feature surpass the negatives, but the basic features set and higher cost could be a problem for those who aren't sure.