It broke. On the fourth trip, a connector broke. The frame was replaced under warranty without hassle. Next trip was months later—a corner of the cover let go. I bought this for motorcycle camping where weight is even more important than weight. I bought the steel version, hoping it would be stronger than aluminum. The plastic connector broke first. It packs much lighter and smaller than the Kermit Chair and is far more comfortable unless leg extensions are added to the much more expensive Kermit. Full review
Kind of fussy to set up and take down, but packs small and light and is very comfortable. As I get older, a more comfortable sleeping experience becomes a bigger priority for me. While I have been sleeping on the original Paco pads made by Jack's Plastic Welding (think rafting PVC with a memory foam interior and an air valve) for years, they are starting to feel thinner as time goes on. On warm weather trips where a tent is not needed, I've used the gold-standard Camp Time Roll-a-Cot, which is very… Full review
HORRIBLE camp stool/ chair. This is the most UNCOMFORTABLE thing I can ever imagine to sit upon. Even though I am a small woman, the two back corners of this triangular seated chair/ stool dig into the buttocks; after seconds it's horribly irritating. Worse is the front of the saddle style seat — think of the WORST, most horrible bike seat you've ever sat upon...the front corner pushes into the privates—NOT pleasant. I tried return to Amazon, BUT it would have cost me 1/2 the price of the chair. Full review
TravelChair has been designing travel chairs in Gig Harbor, Wash., since 1984.