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    Re: Camping Chairs: Pico vs Kermit vs Flex-Lite vs Packseat

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    Re: Camping Chairs: Pico vs Kermit vs Flex-Lite vs Packseat

    If I sat down in that, I'd be on the ground for a long, long time. With my knees, the Kermit chair with leg extensions is the only camping chair I've found that I can get out of.
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    Re: Camping Chairs: Pico vs Kermit vs Flex-Lite vs Packseat

    I have tried that type in stadiums and did not like them. Foam not nearly thick enough. But, if you want to put it on grass or soft ground it might be OK.
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    Re: Camping Chairs: Pico vs Kermit vs Flex-Lite vs Packseat

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    What do you guys think about this idea:

    Crazy Creek Air Chair Compact



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    For 80 bucks, I'd want something with legs... I don't see the point of this as it's gonna bend and compress so much you might as well just sit at the picnic table. JMHO

    If you are under 200 lbs, there are many copy cat versions of the rei flexlite chair on Amazon.

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    Re: Camping Chairs: Pico vs Kermit vs Flex-Lite vs Packseat

    I looked and debated for some time before ordering my Kermit with th xtensions.NO regrets! It has my name embrodried / sewm into it , and also serves as a extra piece of living room furniture so it is available for any vistors to try if they beat me too it! Well I will share even so, I do have a three legged fold up light weight thing from a locsl Bi-Mart store, a mini version of wally world and locally owned. it works for srt usage, but it certainly doesn't come up to the Kermit.
    I must admit that the Kermit has not been away from home yet, I had it available for last yearbut decided to travel light to Spearfish, and on two camp trips with RV I had other chairs that stay in the RV trailer.

    Kermit is also available for Phil when he comes and we want to set outside!

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    Re: Camping Chairs: Pico vs Kermit vs Flex-Lite vs Packseat

    Quote Originally Posted by Daboo View Post
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    Crazy Creek Air Chair Compact


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    Sorry, I did not even notice the price on it. Get the REI chair instead for less money. Folds more compact and I have not broken mine yet, even after putting all my 200lbs leaned back on one leg.

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