What do you like most about this chair?
What do you not like?
Are you tall, over 5'10"?
Does it cut off the circulation in your legs when they are resting against the frame at the front of the seat?
Is it wide enough for your shoulders and elbows to rest comfortably for a couple hours (at an event)?
I am 5'9". I love the chair and use it for up to 8 hrs at a time. It is easy to travel with and very well constructed. I've had it for about three years now and is as comfortable and strong as when I first got it.
The ONLY drawback that I have noticed is it will not support your head if you want to rest your head back. I have a friend who is well over six feet who also loves this chair and he actually constructed a head brace made with small pvc tubing and a cushin that he attached to the metal bracing. I have tried many of similar chairs- all in all, this one is the best that I have seen!
This is the most comfortable chair for sitting on a lawn or campground that I have encountered. It does not bind on your legs, and would not be an issue for someone 5'10'' ( I am 5'9"). My wife and I sit comfortably on a gently sloping lawn for over three hours listening to orchestra concerts. If it rains, the water flows under the chair, keeping us dry. We love the adjustable back and legs to accomodate sloping terrain, and like the cup holder for glasses or soda cans. Definitely a terrific investment! Wish I had these chairs years ago.
What I like the most about this chair is it's construction. It's a solid built chair made for extended periods of use. I use this chair daily and have not had anything break on it. I use this chair for 6 to 10 hours a day for work (I don't want to try to explain what I do for a living!). I'm about 5'8" tall and find the height comfortable. I have not had a problem with it cutting off circulation, but I also pad the seat with a pillow to give me a little more comfort. I hope this helps with your questions.
I bought 2 of the everywhere chairs to use while at outdoor movies and concerts. Sometimes I have to use them where there is a slope. (They are especially good for using in that situation.)
They are very comfortable and I especially like the padded backrest. They are easily carried and are simple to adjust the tilt of the seat and the angle of the backrest. I am 5'6" and average weight and find the width is just fine and the seat does not interfere with normal leg circulation. I lent them to friends who sat outside at the Indy 500 race (one of whom is at least 6' tall). They sat in them all afternoon and said they were comfortable.
I would like to have had some armrests, but sitting is still quite comfortable without them. I am very happy with my purchase.
- Very comfortable to sit in.
- Easy to transport.
- Strap makes it easy to carry hands-free by slinging it over my shoulder. Can even carry it on my bicycle.
Only complaint might be that, because it's low to the ground, it's a little hard to get out of.
I am 6'-2", and slender. It does not cut off circulation in my legs.
It is comfortable for my shoulders and elbows. Not sure why you are asking about elbows. There's nothing for elbows to rest on.
Hope this helps.
Fernandina Beach, FL
I think the strap could be on it a little differently to make it more secure while carrying it. Most of the time it isn't an issue, but every once in awhile I have a problem with the seat part swinging open. Usually when trying to carry many things. I'm not sure they even had it in mind, but the chair can be thrown on your back like a backpack, but it is sorta loose & could also be made better.
I am not over 5'10", but I have a friend that is a hair under 6' & he sat in it & even slept in it over night & he said he liked it.
The chair is the same width as my shoulders. The inside of my elbows "rests" against the straps on either side.
I find the chair to be very comfortable. I am a fan of the low chairs & this is my favorite so far.
I love that it supports your back at an adjustable angle.
I would like for it to have a closure strap when folded up for carrying.
No it does not cut off circulation and I an 5'10".
Yes it is wide enough, I find it very comfortable. It is adjustable if your back gets tired in one position.
i use this chair at concert on the grass. It is the most comfortable chair i have ( i have 5 different ones I don't like) I can sit a long time as well as my husband and our leg don't get tired or num. it is not heavy to carry around and because it has a stap you can carry it on one shoulder.
BRIAN A J
I am 6 feet tall and 210 pounds. The chair does not cut off circulation in my legs. The longest I've continuously sat in the chair is probably 2 hours, and there were no problems with its width.
This chair is very comfortable, lightweight, easy to carry, very sturdy and durable, and moderately adjustable (how much you'd like to recline or be straight up or pushed forward, like in a car). The only con is due to how low it is to the ground, it is hard to get out of. To get up out of it, it sort of requires one to roll to the side: off the chair and onto one's knees, then stand up from there, or else it's a feat of strength to get one's feet under him and stand straight up, as if from a very low squat. I think this would only be a major concern if you were overweight or had health problems like weakness or bad joints or something.
The con of it being low to the ground is also its big plus. You can sit in this chair at an outdoor concert for instance, with rows of people behind you, and not feel like you're blocking everybody's view.
When it's time to go, just grab the strap at the back and the whole thing collapses flat and the strap become long enough to sling over one shoulder.
I would (and do) recommend this chair to a friend.
I found the chair to be comfortable. I only sat in it for 2 hrs at a time, and in for that duration it was fine. It does sit fairly low, however (your behind is lower than your legs). I found to get out of it I had to push off from the ground. This could be problematic for some people with bad knees, etc. I am not tall - about 5'6" (female). My husband used one too and it was fine for him (he is 5'10"). Neither of us are overweight. For me it was definitely better than sitting on the ground.
It's a great chair, comfortable and light weight. I have no complaints. I am 6'1" and the chair fits fine, with no circulation issues as my legs don't really rest on the frame on the front. The chair is certainly wide enough for most adults, with no shoulder and elbow room constraints whatsoever.
We have used them in Vail for the concerts. The Gerald Ford Amphitheater does not permit lawn chairs. When my wife and I showed up with them the first time in July of 2009, we could have sold several hundred. We have given your website to many many people who asked us where we got the chairs. Everyone loves them, big, small, short, tall. It is the seating of choice at all the concerts. I am not tall but my friends over 6 foot have used them and like them. They are extremely comfortable and do not have any adverse effect on leg circulation. They are certainly wide enough for large people.
Hope that answers your customer's questions.