Mountain Trails Base Camp Cot

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  • Weight Capacity: 225 pounds, You need to assemble the product.
  • 6.81" Wide X 2.99" High
  • Rugged, powder coated steel frame
  • Quick and easy assembly
  • Carry bag included for easy transport and storage
  • Weight Capacity: 225 pounds
  • Rugged, powder coated steel frame
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When you need a lightweight and compact cot for guests or for emergency purposes, look no further than the Mountain Trails Base Camp Cot. Weighing in at 9 pounds, 13 ounces, the Base Camp Cot is easy to transport and store with included carry bag. Measuring 74.8 x 30.3 x 6.7 inches, the Base Camp Cot is comfortable for any adult to sleep on.

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  • Date First Available : July 18, 2019
  • Manufacturer : Mountain Trails
  • ASIN : B07VBGHMQX
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #361,360 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
  • Customer Reviews:
    4.4 out of 5 stars 597 ratings

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Reviewed in the United States on August 12, 2016
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5.0 out of 5 stars this is THE bang/buck sweet spot
By Brent Anderson on August 12, 2016
the difficulty other folks have mentioned assembling is just silly... i'm a wimpy 5'8-210 computer dork and had no problem putting together in seconds right out of the box... the tension resulting from force required to insert legs is of course what creates stability... it seems like the perfect amount, well considered... the side rails are formed from 3 pieces of oblong tubing with leg holes provided by aluminum blocks inside the tubes... it feels very satisfyingly sturdy, no wobble... i measure it right at 6 ft long (maybe +1 inch) by 30 inch wide... and just over 9 lbs on my digital fish scale... i compared specs and reviews online between Thermarest (~$200), TravelChair ($ditto'ish), Go-Kot brand's "e-Cot" ($100) and other cheaper "twisted tent-pole" style knockoffs with iffy durability reviews... for ~$40 this seems like a real sweet spot... with single piece 30 inch metal legs, i accepted up front that this design won't fit in carry-on luggage vs the fancier twisted tent pole style like Thermarest that packs down to 18" bag (and around 5 lbs) ... that's the one thing that might get me to go more $$ when filling out the rest of the family's tent sleep gear.
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Reviewed in the United States on April 15, 2017
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Reviewed in the United States on November 27, 2016
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4.0 out of 5 stars Good for Sleep-overs
By theWolfGuy on November 27, 2016
I bought the Mountain Trails cot for our 3 year old grandson. I looked for a cot that was low to the ground and did not have exposed metal edges or a center bar (I remember this from childhood as the “hump of death”). You can’t beat the price of $36.95! I liked that it’s somewhat longer and wider than most cots. It arrived quickly and in good condition. I bought a cot pad that fit well (see photo) and we used regular twin sheets, tucked under the legs to stay in place. Our grandson loved it and his parents were happy he didn’t climb into their bed!
Assembly: We assembled the cot in about 15 minutes (it helps to have 2 people). Instead of laying it on the ground and kneeling (per the instructions), one of us held it up lengthwise while the other worked on the side bars and legs. While one held the cot, the other slid the side bars (3 pieces put together for each side) down the edges. The end of the cloth edge has to be stretched and worked over the end of the side bar. With the bars in place, one held up the cot and the other inserted one end of a leg into a hole, then pressed the leg down to fit it in the second hole - like stringing a bow.
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Reviewed in the United States on December 9, 2016
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5.0 out of 5 stars Nice dog bed... I mean cot. :)
By Peter Parker on December 9, 2016
Relatively easy to setup. Took a little muscle to get some of the parts in place. May have to order another because my dogs took it over and I don't have the heart to deprive them of their new bed.
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Reviewed in the United States on August 21, 2015
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5.0 out of 5 stars Couldn't be better.
By Lizzy B. on August 21, 2015
COULD NOT BE BETTER! bought it for my dog Tyger who is elderly and over 100lbs. It is low to the ground about 6 or 7 inches,v ery sturdy, 5 minutes to assemble, lightweight enough that it's easy to life up to vaccuum underneath, cot gives Tyger good support and he loves it. It's such a great price for the high quality of this product. They should market this cot in pet stores. Dog "beds" , made using the same basic principle of design of this cot, but of much lesser quality are selling for $60 - $100. And still not even this large. This is large enough for a giant dog plus a smaller dog under 35 lbs. or 2 medium to large dogs. descript says powder coated steel frame, but then if you scroll down, the description from the manufacturer says its stainless steel frame. I have this cot , and the legs are definately stainless steel, and the frame appears to be stainless steel also.
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