Inexpensive camping chair recommendations?

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  1. Dai Motorhome

    Dai Motorhome Read Only Funster

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    Can anyone recommend an inexpensive folding camping chair. I've tried a couple of the really cheap Argos one's and they were very poorly made!
    cheers
    David
     
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    We have just bought a couple of the 2013 Isabella camping chairs. The ones with the elastic criss cross sides and head rest. Very comfy in the lumber region. Cheaper than our fiamma ones too.:thumb:
     
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    Coleman sling chairs are brilliant, look up the reviews on Amazon, you can sit up to a table or slouch right back in them, they fold right down and fit into very well made bags, Ive bought a couple of folding canvas stools to use as leg rests when reclining in them:thumb:
     
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    Try the riverside leisure Preston site.
     
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    Advertise on here etc asking for "Wanted - La Fuma chairs" - often they do pop up second hand. You get what you pay for, but second hand, they are often a good price.

    Our other chairs were also bought second hand! We then sell the previous ones on the pitch etc.

    Tesco had some at £60 for two, they looked robust. Not La Fuma but looked OK, A bit heavy though.

    Russell
     
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    Having tried just about every camping chair on the market for comfort and a good many of them for durability, there is only one way to go for comfort, lightness, and durability and that is the Dukdalf. As far as I am aware they have a 3 year guarantee. Have had mine 5 years now and they have had some use in that 5 years.
     
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    Like most things in life you get what you pay for, cheaper is not always the best option, if you pay a bit more then they might last longer which could work out better price wise than cheaper.
     
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    Got a couple of full reclyners for sale their Coomfort Elite by Quest excellent condition £40 for the 2 cheers Rod
     
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    Thanks Rod, we've got some recliners - just looking for a chair now.
    cheers
    David:Smile:
     
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