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mccuha

Can’t remember the cost but I believe chukarman had a cool well built looking chair that I think the WW guy made. I don’t know if they are still available 

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Chukarman

American Camp Chair - Bob Welsh (WW owner) and I developed these from the design of an old English safari chair originally done by Joseph Beverly Fenby in 1855.

 

Very comfortable, very strong, very durable..Expensive, too.

 

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Hammergun

Way cool. Mike you are a good or bad influence on the rest of us. 

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Chukarman
23 hours ago, Hammergun said:

Way cool. Mike you are a good or bad influence on the rest of us. 

 

Thanks - I think. We are proud of these chairs and they are made entirely in the USA. At the price we sell them for it is more a hobby than a business.

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Hub

I have a Helinox knockoff that I bought off of Amazon.  You can't beat the price and the durability has been outstanding.  I use it in my hunting blind and while canoe camping.  I have a lot of time on mine and it's in perfect condition after almost 4 years.

 

Knockoff Helinox for $50

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Starsky

I have a Helinox Chair Zero.  It only weighs an ounce or 2 over a pound and folds up about the size of a quart water bottle.  I carry it in my pack while elk hunting, backpacking, etc. -- great to use while glassing and way better than sitting on a bony rock!

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KenB

I have a Kermit chair that I like. It rides on the back of my motorcycle and is good for around the campfire. Having arm rests is nice. Price is up 35-40% since when I bought mine 20 years ago. Cool piece of kit that you can have pride in ownership over an aluminum/bungee/netting job. Old guys should get the leg extensions right away.

 

http://www.kermitchair.com

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Chukarman
On 11/19/2018 at 4:20 PM, KenB said:

I have a Kermit chair that I like. It rides on the back of my motorcycle and is good for around the campfire. Having arm rests is nice. Price is up 35-40% since when I bought mine 20 years ago. Cool piece of kit that you can have pride in ownership over an aluminum/bungee/netting job. Old guys should get the leg extensions right away.

 

http://www.kermitchair.com

 

The Kermit is awesome for motor cyclists. Downstroke is the assembly required. We specifically made a camp chair to last a lifetime, but many have found them to be home furnishings with no apology required. We are fooling around with mahogany and rose wood 'deluxe versions'.

 

I use the snot out of my Ranger chairs... on trips and on the patio as well.

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