Kelsyus Original Canopy Chair,Red
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- Quad style chair converts to canopy seating
- Folded down and closed, the waterproof canopy becomes the carry bag
- Two padded shoulder straps for hands-free portability
- Under canopy, overhead utility pockets included
- Steel frame for durability, supports up to 250 lbs
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|Package Height||7.5 x 8.9 x 37 inches|
|Shipping Weight||11.6 pounds|
|Sport Type||Camping & Hiking|
|Weight Supported||250 pounds|
It's just not comfortable and practical its ingenious. With one simple motion, the canopy lifts easily to convert the familiar quad style chair to your own personal oasis. Then the cleverly designed waterproof canopy becomes the bag, with two padded shoulder straps, making it easy to carry. This unique patent pending, fully integrated design means no flimsy carriers to assemble or lose.
Top customer reviews
The problem with it is that the nylon web of the shoulder carry straps and the straps that close it up simply disintegrated in the sun and weather. It looks like Kelsyus has learned. The webbing strap material on this new one is different and looks to be of much better quality. We won't know for sure for months, but I think it's going to last.
Like all these fold-up chairs, fit depends a lot on body shape/size. I (6') don't find this one comfortable; she (5'3") doesn't find my favorites comfortable. I wish it fit me, as I like the pull up shade.
UPDATE: After 2 1/2 years I contacted the company and told them about the canopy problem. With no questions asked, they replaced both chairs with their newer model. Great customer service, so I updated their star status from 3 to 5.
The umbrella canopy has kept off sun and rain perfectly. It comes out further than one would expect and keeps the sun out of your eyes. There's a beverage holder on one side, cell phone holder on the other, and a pocket for any papers, etc. in the canopy.
Also of note: I am a plus-sized woman and I find this chair extremely comfortable and sturdy.
I also have a bad shoulder (rotator cuff repair that didn't take) and I can carry this chair as a backpack. It's a little long and takes a minute to get used to but it's far easier than carrying a lesser chair by hand. The backpack mechanism is part of the chair, nothing you have to work the chair into like a sleeve. You simply fold the chair, slider the clips locked, and go. If you have little ones to take by the hand or a wagon to pull or both, this chair is a great way to free up your hands.
In a box store recently, I saw a similar chair with lesser construction and fewer features (it had a sleevelike backpack you'd have to fit a sometimes-wet chair back into) for a higher price. You're right to be browsing Amazon for this item. We send people often to look here for this chair and I hope to see more of them on the sidelines this season.