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[Amazon.ca] 2 Pack - Sportneer Brand Lightweight Camping Chairs ($28 each) 33% off

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[Amazon.ca] 2 Pack - Sportneer Brand Lightweight Camping Chairs ($28 each) 33% off

At $28 each, seems like a hot price compared to other lightweight camping chairs.
Reviews are decent, includes carrying case and chairs rated at 350lbs.
Very similar to the Trekology ones that were recently on sale for $32. (amazon-ca-trekology-yizi-go-portable-ca ... f-2409223/)
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Well that didn't take long for the first downvote.... Not a deal?
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Mar 12, 2016
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Looks like a good one. Some of these super portable chairs are too narrow in the buttocks area and it feels like it's squeezing you when you sit down, this one looks wider. Amazing price if comfortable
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kevinc999 wrote: Self promotion?
Sure. Seems like you’ve done your homework.
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Jul 5, 2008
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For comparison, in the summer, Costco was selling a similar chair but with a high back and bigger feet to prevent sinking. Their price was ~35$ and we bought 2 for canoe trips as they are light.

They all tend to fit narrow so if you have a large arse buy something else.
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For anyone who has similar chairs, I also ordered these for a DIY hack to the legs sinking in to soft surfaces as described here.
If that doesn't work, I might try this guy's PVC coupler method. (Youtube link)
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Nov 10, 2003
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shadowsteve wrote: For comparison, in the summer, Costco was selling a similar chair but with a high back and bigger feet to prevent sinking. Their price was ~35$ and we bought 2 for canoe trips as they are light.

They all tend to fit narrow so if you have a large arse buy something else.
I bought that one couple years ago and it has been great! Used it last year during camping, and couple BBQ at home. Very comfortable. The only complaint is it doesn't has a cup holder.
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Feb 2, 2006
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Sunmax wrote: I bought that one couple years ago and it has been great! Used it last year during camping, and couple BBQ at home. Very comfortable. The only complaint is it doesn't has a cup holder.
Agreed. They're greatly chairs and super light. I'm going to look for some cup holders to install. Drives me crazy having to keep reaching down for my beer Unamused Face
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Apr 11, 2020
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Turge wrote: Agreed. They're greatly chairs and super light. I'm going to look for some cup holders to install. Drives me crazy having to keep reaching down for my beer Unamused Face
You just need to drink more beer and develop a natural cup holder, the beer belly. Also good as a table for your dinner plate.
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May 8, 2015
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Richmond Hill, ON
shadowsteve wrote: For comparison, in the summer, Costco was selling a similar chair but with a high back and bigger feet to prevent sinking. Their price was ~35$ and we bought 2 for canoe trips as they are light.

They all tend to fit narrow so if you have a large arse buy something else.
Do you have a picture of it?

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