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Old 05-31-2009, 03:50 PM   #1
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Really comfortable folding chairs (any suggestions ?)

I remember seeing a few People on here talking about some folding camp chairs...thought they were around 130.00 but really comfy and very well made.Does Anyone have a link ...or an idea of what I may have in my Brain ?Feel free to chime in !!!Thank You
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Old 05-31-2009, 03:53 PM   #2
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Original ZIP DEE Folding Chair - eBay (item 320374100433 end time Jun-19-09 14:11:21 PDT)
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I saw some nice ones at REI
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Old 05-31-2009, 04:11 PM   #4
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ok I think I remember the brand name,it was lafuma... any feedback at all ?
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Old 05-31-2009, 04:28 PM   #5
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I remember seeing a few People on here talking about some folding camp chairs...thought they were around 130.00 but really comfy and very well made.Does Anyone have a link ...or an idea of what I may have in my Brain ?Feel free to chime in !!!Thank You
The walmart version is great. I have had them for about three years. I use them year round and love them.
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Old 05-31-2009, 05:04 PM   #6
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Wal-Mart $15 chairs work great for us.
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Old 05-31-2009, 05:05 PM   #7
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chairs or the loungers ?
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Old 05-31-2009, 05:13 PM   #8
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LaFuma-great, and I believe that through their web site, they have replacement cord, cushion, etc should you need to refurbish after a few years of use. We've had LaFuma as well as the box store versions. I love LaFuma. That plastic-y woven fabric on so many of the knock off brands now really does not wear well if used often. Try to get a markdown price. We got ours several years ago at Cabela on sale. After a long day's drive and tow, a tall cool drink and a LaFuma...Ahhhhhhhhh ~G
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Thumbs down No cup holders

$95.00 for chairs with no cup holders,no thanks.I have 2 Leg-Omatics for the inside,on the outside I use Craftsman from K-Mart,very comfy and large cup holders. Dave
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Here is the one I was talking about, and it is under $50. But dont let the price fool you, these are substantial chairs, and comfy.
Home Trends Ultimate Folding Recliner $44.87 in Local Stores
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We have a pair of laFuma chairs that we bought at the Airstream Factory store a few years ago - they are the best chairs ever. It is IMPOSSIBLE to sit in them in the fully reclined position and stay awake!
They are pricey, but WELL constructed and extremely comfortable.
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Cabela's has some aluminum rockers that fold. They are also heavy duty but real light weight. Color is black.
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Our two favorites:

COLEMAN CHAIR AT BASS PRO SHOP - good lower back support.

This next one is called the Sphere Chair, also at Bass Pro Shop.
Couldn't find it online, but we've seen it at their stores. For a cold breezy night in front of the fire, its great - turn the back to the wind, and its a perfect wind block. Folds up very compact into its own carry case.

We carry a pair of each with us.
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