These chairs are great camp chairs. Actually they work well where ever you need a chair. They are easy to get in and out of and I love the solid arm rest. The drink holder on the side is a nice touch . The only drawback that I have found is that they are a bit heavy and you don't want to carry them over a lengthy haul. However for chairs that you pull out of your vehicle, pop open and have a seat, they are great, Oh and one more thing they are a bit clumsy getting them back in their bags but it can be done.
This cooler was purchased to replace the same cooler I bought two years ago. That doesn't sound like a long time, but both my husband and I work at WalMart and each of us opened that cooler to get something to eat or drink at our two beaks and a lunch every day...five days a week...52 weeks a year...for TWO years!! The nylon zipper just finally gave up. The only other problem we had with it was with a pad for your shoulder that slides up and down the strap. It got frayed-out on one seam, but not to where it was a problem. This time\u2014even before we've used it\u2014I have used a needle and thread to sew a few well-placed stitches through the pad and into the strap to hold it where it belongs...hoping to keep wear to a minimum.\nThis cooler kept things cold for us as long as 14 hours, easy to clean, a place for everything, durable. THAT\"S WHY I GOT ANOTHER ONE EXACTLY LIKE IT!
Bad details online- but this bag does have a nice compression bag\/sack. This sleeping bag also has a zipper and could probably zip together with another bag. It has two pull draw strings one for around your face and one for around your neck area. These can be deadly for kids so I recommend removing them or similar. Warmth wise it's ok. Bang for the buck it's a great mummy bag for kids. Even used ones are more expensive. Nothing else like this online that I can find.
Far exceeded expectations: Durable and very bright
Not only is this thing $9, but it is better than many 15-20 dollar ones I have seen. It has a very smooth and almost space-age design, and feels great in hand. Looks, feels, and preforms amazingly. Moderately bright. You can see with it very well in the dark. Unless you're planning on wandering around in a dark field, this will be more than bright enough. (Even if you were in a dark field, you could see a lot around you, but don't expect to be star-gazing with the light beam.)\n\nWorth the money. I'm not sure how long it lasts, or how long the batteries last, but for $9 it is hard to go wrong. Go for it!
I purchased this tarp to cover my 23 foot center console fishing boat. Fits great, and keep the boat out of the elements. I had a fitted boat cover before that wore out in about five years. A new one would have cost me $350, so I decided to try a tarp instead. Saved me a lot of money, now just waiting to see how long it lasts.
Opening the box and seeing the quality of this cot was surprising for the price. It is very well designed and made for super fast set-up & take down. I give it a 4 out of 5 on the meets expectations due to weight. This is a perfect cot for an extra bed at home or travel but its too heavy for hiking to a campsite.
I have not been able to find any other flashlight that puts out 100 lumens that sells for around $10. Great value in my mind. Have now bought 3 of them. Great for the console of my car for emergencies, night stand, etc.
This is my second one, had the other for 3 yrs. Wonderful to avoid black flies and mosquitoes.\nYou can open it up on hot days and still have nice shady protection.\nI set it up as my 'spring to fall' living room and practically live in it.\nGreat value and nice quality too! Would most certainly recommend it.
Innovative Comfort-zip Technology secures the airbed comforter to the cover using heavy-duty dual zipper construction
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I haven't used it yet but I have unpacked and inspected it. It seems very well made. I really like the fact that the comforter zips off and when folded over forms a sleeping bag. Nice feature!\nI'll update my review after I've used it once or twice.
I bought this chair 2 years ago used it once on a camping trip. didn't realize it had a weight limit, it was fine for me as i weight under 130lbs, now while on the camping trip a heavier lady (200 lbs) sat in it, boom! broke. so I had no chair for the rest of the weekend. what was i suppose to say ummm wait don't sit there it has a weight limit. how embarrassing is that for me to say to her. I think all these chairs should be made for a heavier weight limit, and if not they need to say junior chair as in a teenager, because You shouldn't have to tell someone that they are to heavy for your chair. so i think all chairs should have a standard weight limit of 300lbs and mark it as adult. But it was fine for me, as I wasn't the one that was to heavy for it. I just think if the chair looks like a toddler chair then an adult won't sit in it right? no problem there,and if it looks like a adult chair then anyone will sit in it. so unless its the little chairs all these chairs should have a standard weight limit of 300lbs. I can't stress that enough, because how bad she felt for breaking it and being emabarrassed. you shouldn't have to look at a chair that looks like a adult size chair and wonder hmmmm am I gonna break that chair if i sit in it or not.