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Coleman Oversized Quad Chair with Cooler
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- Built-in arm rest cooler holds up to four cans
- Mesh cup holder keeps a fifth drink at hand
- Storage pocket to keep magazines and personal items
- Adjustable arm rest heights
- Durable construction, heavy-duty steel frame supports up to 300 lbs
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|Item Dimensions||27 x 27 x 7.75 inches|
|Item Display Weight||8 pounds|
|Item Weight||8.82 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||8.55 pounds|
|Sport Type||Camping & Hiking|
|Weight Supported||300 pounds|
Have a cold drink at hand at the campsite, BBQ or picnic with a Coleman Cooler Quad Chair. The cooler built into the armrest holds up to 4 cans and provides easy access to a cold drink once the one in your mesh cup holder is empty. While you sip on your favorite beverage, the fully cushioned seat and back only adds to your relaxation. If you want your hands free, the side pockets work nicely to store your book, magazine or some snacks. When the fun is done, the chair easily folds up into a carry bag for easy transport and storage.
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This Coleman chair is worth every penny - it's comfortable, supportive, sturdy, convenient, and roomy. The cup holder is a common feature, but the cooler that is built into the left arm is unique. You could get an ice pack separately, but I have found that a handful or two of ice cubes in a small ziplock bag works just fine. The cooler is lined with the same type of plastic liner that you'd find in some child lunch bags. It comfortably fits 3 bottles with 2 small bags of ice. The side pouch with netting is good for keys, books, phone, sunblock, bugspray, or whatever else you're carrying with you. It saves me a few trips to the cooler/car/apartment and that's worth a few bucks in and of itself if you ask me.
It's a bit bulkier/bigger/heavier than its cheaper counterparts, so the pack up and carrying is really the only negative I can think of.
3+ years later it's still holding strong. Some rust has developed around the metal grommets and legs, and the plastic inlay of the edge of the cup holder has broken off, but it's still my go to chair for the beach, camping, the park and BBQs. I agree that I have sat in more comfortable chairs in my life, but I can spend several hours in this quite happily in front of a campfire and my expectations for a folding chair are a bit different from a recliner or lounge chair :)