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Coleman Trailhead II Cot
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- Comfortable, supportive design
- Easy-to-assemble design folds compactly
- Durable, dual-cross-bar steel frame
- Heavy-duty polyester fabric
- Unfolded Dimensions: 75 in. x 30 in. x 17 in.
- Folded Dimensions: 40.2 in. x 7.9 in. x 3.9 in.
- Weight Rating: Supports up to 300 lbs.
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|Item Dimensions||4 x 6 x 37 inches|
|Item Display Weight||20.5 pounds|
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Top Customer Reviews
A few days into the trip, we found out we cannot sit on the end of a cot, because the weight of my wife's legs (she is less than 200 lbs) snapped one of the plastic inserts that hold the end bars in place. That was all right; there was enough of a stub to hold it there with tension, and she switched hers for my son's cot (he is in second grade).
A couple days later, I had a funny feeling in the night, and woke up to find the fabric where the stitching is on my cot had ripped apart at least a foot in length. I turned my cot around so the good half was under my upper body, hoping to salvage it for the rest of the trip. A couple nights after that, it ripped all the way up that side and the rest of the trip I slept on the ground.
I weigh 245 lbs, and I doubt my 4-lb sleeping bag put it over the 300-lb limit. We don't jump on the bed, nor do we abuse our belongings in any way. I trusted Coleman for their name and their quality. My faith in the name is shaken. Coleman needs to get their act together. If they are outsourcing materials or labor, I think their testing procedures need an overhaul.
It's impossible to tell these days whose blog rants might be read by millions of potential customers.
However, after it is done it is great.
If you have a large tent or even need and extra bed for vistiors it works great.
the second time I used this cot the cloth split down the side.
Also, it is heavy and hard to assemble.
don't buy it.
The first problem was my fault, really. I assumed the cot would have fit inside a two-man tent, and it did, but it was really tight. For some reason unbeknownst to me, the bars at the end fo the bunk, holding up the fabric, are longer on one side than the other. There could be some logic to that, I just don't know the reason. Either way, I didn't look at how I was putting the cot in the tent when I was sliding it in and one of the longer sides of the bar put a hole in the tent. Realizing the mistake, of course I switched the bar around, but the damage was done. If you get this cot, please be aware of how you're putting the bars on.
The main problem happened two nights into using the cot. I'm a big girl, but I'm nowhere near the 300lb limit. The second night I was sleeping on the cot, I felt my legs start to sink. I was half-asleep, so I just moved my legs over and didn't think about it much. When I woke up and sat up to get out of my sleeping bag, I started to sink even more. I got off the cot and pulled the sleeping bag up and saw that the fabric had ripped at the seam in three spots, creating a two foot long rip down the side. The funny thing was that the rip was at my feet, not at my torso (the heaviest part of my body). Needless to say, I was pretty upset, a torn tent and a useless camp cot.
This cot seems only good if you want to use it as a place to put bags and whatnot, not people. The frame looks very sturdy and even supported my 260lb father, but it's the fabric that is the problem. Use your money elsewhere, this isn't the cot for you.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The generic Army cot is far superior to this squeaky piece of junk. It's so hard it's nearly impossible to sleep on without loads of blankest and cushions to soften the sleeping... Read morePublished 3 days ago by M. Rockett
We haven't taken it to camping, but set it up in the living room to take a look. The cot appears to be very comfortable and sturdy enough to support an adult. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Boris
This cot was not easy to assemble. The bars where your head and feet rest are challenging to put in place. Read morePublished 15 days ago by Lisa Q. Pieniazek
I got this cot so I could post up during all nighters in design school. I personally like a firmer mattress anyway so this thing was great for me. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Jules
The pictures indicate feet which may damage a tent's floor. Think of the feet grinding into the tent floor with loose soil underneath.Published 2 months ago by M. Loftus
Saved my life in the desert so I could get a good breeze above and below where I was sleeping. Surprisingly comfortable. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Retrofatale
When I got them and opened them up 1 was already damaged. This isn't a review about the seller as they are willing to help by exchanging however I need them and I need them now. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Jason Hansen
The cot is good but the crossbars did not come with it. It's long enough to still use but I did not get the complete package. It took me a while to realize it was missing pieces.Published 2 months ago by Ryan Rickerts