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Coleman Portable Deck Chair with Side Table
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- Portable deck chair ideal for camping, picnics, and patio barbeques
- Side table with integrated cup holder provides easy access to food and personal items
- Offers a supremely comfortable seat with padded arms
- Heavy-duty steel frame can support up to 225 pounds
- Collapsible, folding design with carrying handles for easy transport
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Coleman helps people make fun memories by providing the lighting, stoves, coolers, tents, sleeping bags, and camping tools integral to their favorite outdoor experiences.
Bring a comfortable seat with you to the campsite, barbeque, or picnic with the Coleman Portable Deck Chair. Ideal for outdoor meals and pastimes, this folding chair keeps food, beverages, and personal items within reach thanks to its side table and integrated cup holder. Padded arms provide superior comfort to place you in a relaxed state of mind. Durably constructed from heavy-duty steel and weather-resistant fabric, the chair can support up to 225 pounds and withstand seasons of heavy usage. And thanks to its collapsible design and convenient carrying handles, this portable folding chair is easy to carry with you wherever you go.
Color: Black / Gray
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Bit hard to break back down into collapsed position -- there's a trick to it, I do the side table first, then pull up on the seat fabric. Kids/wife tried pushing on the legs, which might work, might break the legs. I found that opening it up a bit, then pushing down on the seat fabric gets the chair snapped into sitting form pretty well. And then, as noted above, pulling up on the seat fabric to "pop" it out of locked position.