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Kamp Rite Economy Cot (Green)

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  • Lightweight and compact perfect for that extra bed or when emergencies arise
  • Assembles in minutes Easy to breakdown and store.
  • Great itrm to add to your disaster preparedness kit
  • Carry bag with handles included
  • 72" long and 24" wide
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Weight capacity 250lbs

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  • Product Dimensions: 27.9 x 6.8 x 2.7 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 9.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B006P1BGGU
  • Item model number: KREC111
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (88 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #13,404 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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28 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Debi on July 16, 2013
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I purchased 2 of these. They come with no instructions. It was easy for me to figure out how it goes together. I lay down on it for a nap, and so far, so good, it's quite comfortable and wide enough for me - I am 5'6" and 175#. The first time I set it up, it took 12 minutes. The second time, it took 6 minutes. Simple. If you use leverage, perhaps kneeling on the cot while assembling it, it is easy. I am not very strong and I did 2 of these in less than 20 minutes.

This cot packs small - about 27" by 7" by 2". It is a bit heavy, but that will not be a problem on my motorcycle.

Here's some simple instructions:
There are 3 different pole sections - a straight one with a small end, a straight one with two big ends, and a curved one.
Assemble two poles which each contain one of each type of pole section.
At the top of the cot there is a pouch on either side. Slip one assembled pole into each pouch, being careful to keep the poles assembled. Once inserted, pull the end of the pouch over the end of the pole.
Place the cot face down and kneel to one side of the cot.
Starting at the foot end, insert one end of a W shaped support into the hole in the pole closest to you.
Reach across the cot and grasp the W support near it's far end.
Pull the W support firmly towards yourself while pushing on the far pole at the same time.
Insert the W support in the hole in the pole across the cot from you.
Repeat this with the other 3 W supports.
If the pole section turns, you can insert the W support and use it as a lever to turn the pole, then extract and continue with set up.

---UPDATE 8/20/2013---
This cot is easy peasy to set up in the tent. Just use your leverage as I stated ^^^. It is very firm, and I find I need a topper.
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Tom P. Miller on December 4, 2012
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5 yr old was comfortable on it. Adult tried it and supported weight just fine. Difficult to put together first time, and if you want to fit back into bag after use, will have to repeat difficult assembly (not complex, just physically hard to insert and connect parts of both sides).
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27 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Ollie on June 8, 2014
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Literally. There were not enough swear words in English to cover my feelings as I put this together. As a result of this assembly, I invented several curse words, ruined a pair of trousers, and am now unable to have children. The sad piece of paper that passed a blind quality control officer's already subpar qualifications to perform the duties of his job resemble a leftover puzzle from Bert Convy's 'Win, Lose, or Draw!' that no one could figure out what the hell it was. Seriously - its just a picture with no words or instruction, and it seems as if even that is in some ancient dialect.

I give this product 2 stars because it is at least very sturdy once assembled, however, even in its bag it is heavy and awkward enough that you could take it car camping, but even the most masochistic of us adventurous types would be wise to take a pass on trying to hike a trail with it. In addition, at the most this cot would support either the mother of the family or a lanky teenage boy. I bought it for myself, and at 6'-1" and 240 lbs,, I think the result would be the same as trying to lay an obese baby on a wet paper towel stretched between two trees.

Bottom line: You need the strength of a gorilla to put it together in a reasonable amount of time, but it is well made enough (if you survive assembly) to support people of medium build.

So I guess, bring a big enough dude to hike it in for you and put it together, and then you can break it to him that he has to sleep on the ground that night.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Roy Foreman on April 29, 2013
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I got it when my son and I was going camping with the boyscouts. I'm 250 lbs and it work great. So good that I order another one for my son, so he dont have to used mine every time he goes camping...lol, We heading on a three day canoe trip and I wanted him to sleep on the cot not the ground, there light and they pack small.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Patty B. on March 8, 2015
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Review posted by the husband.

After reading the mixed reviews on ease of set-up, I decided the other features were worth the risk and bought one. First, the many reviewers who told us the instructions are a joke are right on the mark. See the photo of the cartoon that masquerades as instructions. So the only real guidance is the many tips presented in reviews, and these are pretty good. Generally goes like this:
Assemble the side rails and put them into the pockets in the fabric
Place the cot upside down on the floor and line up the holes in the side rails for the foot rods.
Insert a foot rod into the hole in one side rail, reach across the cot and push the opposite side rail while you pull the other end of the foot rod in.
Insert the other end of the foot rod into the hole in the other side rail.
Repeat for the other foot rods.

Yeah sure! Probably all those folks who say it's near impossible had what I had: needed to pull the rod in by about 3 inches and couldn't muster the strength to pull it in and align it at the same time.

So time for a little re-engineering. I took the foot rods to my big bench vise and bent the ends in so the pull distance was reduced to about 1 inch. Then I could set it up as suggested. I bet this distance is not well controlled by the maker. If you're lucky enough to get one with a smaller pull distance then you find it's not too hard to set up. Otherwise you're out of luck unless you can modify it yourself.

Once modified, it was OK to set up and the grand-kids had a great sleepover.
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