Camping 'chairs' advice please

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  1. Chockswahay

    Chockswahay

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    Can anyone recommend any particular brand or model?

    The brief: must be comfortable, light, easily folded and will fit in the garage of my PCV.

    (actually my owner has said she would like a sun lounger :whatthe::Eeek:)

    Ta :Smile:
     
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    chairs

    Take a sit in the new range from Isabella very comfy and light :Smile:
     
  3. Chockswahay

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    Hmm, just a look at their website….they look nice :Smile:
     
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    Seconded for Isabella. :thumb:

    For me, extremely comfortable chairs.
     
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    Dukdalf, not cheap but very durable, light and extremely comfortable.
     
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    Thirded for Isabella! :thumb:

    We bought them last year - best chairs ever. For sun lounging we just bought some cheap fold up ones from Argos. Haven't used them yet, but off to Italy this May/June, so may use them on a beach somewhere there! :Smile:
     
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    Thanks for the advice and now another vote for Isabella. Been searching for a long time and these are the DD's as far as I'm concerned. comfy, strong, light and you can sit at the table or recline and sunbathe, although not today!::bigsmile:
     
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    tried those but didnt like them. no positive settings( can be an awful waste of good wine if you lean back as you are taking a swig) and no good for sitting at the table.
    Mind you it was a laugh watching OH tring to get back up again:ROFLMAO:
     
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    Bought a couple in that Isabella style (Definitely that style though dont know if they are named Isabella or not) Paid 50 nicker a piece from garden centre in Goonhavern near Newquay. They are the Dogs ....
     
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    We got a couple of zero gravities as well from the factory shop in Kelso (Original Factory Shop) http://www.theoriginalfactoryshop.co.uk/en-GB/ not on the website but the stores still have a few in stock. There is also quite a lot of camping stuff in store that's not on the website - folding buckets for £4. We got one and were so impressed went back for a further two.
     
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    Tried the Isabella, very comfy. We just ordered Isabella's Comfort and footrest, shipping free.
     
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    Dukdalfs, guaranteed for 4 years and very positive reclining locks, nearly horizontal !!!
     
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    I like these from the range in Halifax
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    Cheap but very comfy , no metal bar at front to hurt ya legs , fits into back of my 94 hyma b534 ok, I went for gunmetal colour tho lol
     
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