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Allstar Marketing Group PC011712 The Amazing Pocket Chair, As Seen on TV

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  • "THE AMAZING POCKET CHAIR" PORTABLE SEAT
  • Ultra strong
  • Holds up to 250 lbs.
  • As Seen On TV item
  • Fits in your pocket
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As Seen On TV, The Amazing Pocket Chair, The Chair That Fits In Your Pocket, Take A Seat Anywhere, Ultra Strong, Holds Up To 250 LB, Includes 1 Chair & 1 Carry Case.

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  • Product Dimensions: 1.8 x 7.4 x 10.6 inches ; 2.1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B00GVJGPWQ
  • Average Customer Review: 2.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (211 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #56,390 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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You'll love this chair if...

- You are under 200 lbs.
It says it holds up to 250 lbs, but the area of support for your bum is pretty small and you could get uncomfortable quickly. I'm 145-150 lbs and my boyfriend is 160 lbs.

- You are under 6' tall.
It's pretty low to the ground, so if you have longer legs anything this low could get uncomfortable quickly. I'm 5' tall and my boyfriend is 5'8.5" tall and we both use our chairs.

- You know how to latch it properly.
We have two of these chairs. One latches PERFECTLY without much strength. The second one had the latch turned around funny when we took it out of the box. All I did was flip the stool and realize it was placed in the box wrong. The latch was also a little harder, so you have to use more strength to get the peg in the hole. But still, they both worked fine.

- You sit on it properly.
Don't sit on it crooked so your weight isn't properly distributed and don' lean forward or backward without additional support or you can topple over like any other stool. It's common sense! I noticed that if you're crooked on it, the legs will feel weird under you because they're not even on the ground.

- You don't expect a stellar product for an "as seen on tv" product that only costs about $6.00.
Seriously, they work very well but you shouldn't expect THAT much from an informercial product. You always get what you pay for. The material isn't top of the line but it lasts. We've had our 2 chairs for over a year now.
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By rara on April 23, 2011
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Cheap flimsy metal, 1st time I sat on it the strap broke. save your money. good idea but cheaply made.
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I received two of the "amazing pocket chairs" due to a promotion (Buy one get another free). Neither chair works. The safety locks don't reach because the straps are too tight. Apparently, the safety locks are installed wrong, if the instruction sheet picture is correct. I cannot use either chair. The idea is good and the company lists Patent pending. It will be pending for a long time!
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I'd go with the "Camouflage Folding Camp Stool" by Rothco. This thing is of poorer quality than the Rothco (less than advertised, certainly). The Rothco has 11 reviews of 4.5 stars. I'll skip the "As Seen on TV" label this time.
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I'm very outdoorsy but can't stand up for too long because of a back injury, so I was very excited to see these on TV. They look really great! But they're not. The real thing is so poorly designed as to be worthless. I'm not a big woman, most people would call me slender to average, but the seat on this thing is not wide enough to sit on without the metal bars cutting into my thighs, very painfully. You definitely wouldn't want to sit on it for more than maybe 2 minutes. It's also very very hard to set up. The little stud that fits into the metal bar is pretty far away and it takes quite a few very vigorous attempts to get it engaged. I'm a farm girl, so my hands & arms are strong, but I think many women would not be able to do it. I assume the nylon straps will loosen over time and fix this problem but the seat is so uncomfortable that it's not worth putting the time in to stretch them. It's also at an awkward height when set up. I'm perfectly comfortable squatting on a rock or log or hunkering down, but this (for me) is either too low or too high to be comfortable - it hurts my back. I've never had that problem sitting on a log. I think part of the problem is balance, because this chair is rather wobbly so you have to use your back and stomach muscles to keep it from falling over. It also does not fit in a pocket (for pocket sized it's huge - 10" x 7" x 1") and it's heavy (the weight would likely rip a pocket). I have a fold up tri-legged stool that is much lighter weight, easier to set up, and is comfortable to sit on. The only reason I wanted to try this is because I thought it would fit in my pocket. Anyway, save your money. I was very disappointed. The little tri-stool I like is similar to this one: Black Collapsible Stool
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I'm a photographer and this chair is exactly what I've been looking for. Lightweight and small enough to put in my camera bag. When I shoot events and I have to be in front of seated guests, I hate standing up and blocking peoples view, so I often end up taking a knee. This has caused me much pain over the years. This chair allows me to take a low seat so as not to block peoples view, and saves my knees. Would I want to sit in it for any length of time? Hell no, but for a quick break it works great. I'm over 250lbs, 6'2" and my fat ass fits on it fine. Again, it's no Lazyboy, but for the price and conveniece it works great!
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The chair roughly measures 13 inches high and 13.5 x 7 inches in the seat. The hinge that holds it together seems adequate enough. The seat and strap material could be a little thicker fabric. If you know how to use a sewing machine, then not a bad idea to reinforce it, or you can make repairs if anything happened. Or hand sew some extra stitching with some thin fish line to reinforce it. My daughter weighs about a 100 lbs. and one of the side straps came unstitched and popped off. So two or three stars because of that. It also comes with a handy carrying pouch with handles.

Now as for fitting in a pocket? Not unless you are a very large person with oversized pants or have large pockets like on cargo pants or cargo shorts. And even if you had a pocket big enough to fit it in, it will pull down your pants. It's compact, but not enough to fit in an average pocket, backpack yes. The outer edge of the seat can get uncormfortable because it will dig into your bottom a little. Wouldn't be a bad idea if you had a towel or shirt you can lay across it to help cusion it. That is if you happen to be carrying them anyways and not having to bring it just to use with the seat. It would defeat the purpose of portability wouldn't it. It is stable enough unless you had a little too much to drink and don't let children horseplay on them. I mean their not unstable but it is basically a stool, common sense.But what do you expect, it's not mounted to the ground nor it has legs 16 inches apart. It is designed for portability in a pinch. Sure they could of made it more stable and comfortable, but also bigger and heavier, but then some would complain how bulky it is. Hello, think about it. I got 3 of them for $4.00 each on clearance at a kitchen store.
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