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Old 10-18-2017, 05:05 AM   #1
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Outfitting new MH - what outdoor chairs do you like?

I am now outfitting my new MH. I need some nice comfy (folding) lawn chairs.

Does anyone have a recommendation?

I imagine I will be spending a lot of time sitting in it enjoying the outdoors. One for me and one for DW.
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We bought ours at Samís Club. They had a nice selection really at a nice price. But that was three years ago donít know what the current offerings are but Iím sure Samís or Costco BJís would have a option itís much less expensive than CW
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Old 10-18-2017, 05:30 AM   #3
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We carry zero gravity chairs. Very comfortable, recline, can get little tables that go on the side etc.

Also carry a couple lighter nylon ones for guests or taking to others sites for visiting.
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Old 10-18-2017, 05:51 AM   #4
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Outdoor chairs

Don't know what your location is, but about 2 years ago, we purchased a couple of rockers from one of the Meijer stores.

Paid somewhere around $45.00 each for them. Way cheaper than similar ones being sold at CW or other camping stores are are a better quality than the ones sold at these other stores.

Still using them and they're really comfortable.
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Alps Mountaineering "king kong" chairs. Really comfortable, extremely durable, pockets and drink holders are handy.
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We have ended up with chairs from Costco. Straight back and lounge chairs. They are comfortable to us.
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Old 10-18-2017, 07:55 AM   #7
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Lafuma Cham Elips. Expensive, but, very comfortable and very durable.
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Old 10-18-2017, 08:00 AM   #8
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We like the Alps Mountaineering Directors chairs. We also carry a couple of big bag chairs.
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What ever you end up with, also buy a couple of light weight basic bag chairs, they can be very handy for grab and go situations.
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Thanks for the feedback. Now I have a couple of choices.
The Zero Gravity chairs have good customer feedback on Amazon. I'll check the other suggestions too.
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You will need a couple carry to the event chairs with drink food holders, camp fire, potluck, talks, and the cocktail hour. We have all three types bag, carry and zero grav. And find the carry the most useful with the rounded bottom, no single legs to dig in and carry dirt or sod. Find the zero gravity the least useful, maybe us.

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we have a variety ranging from end-of-season sporting good store sales to (my favorite) the kermit chair.

kermit chairs are kinda spendy but they are very high quality, comfortable to sit in, lightweight, easy to pack / transport via bicycle, motorcycle and car.

http://www.kermitchair.com
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You will need a couple carry to the event chairs with drink food holders, camp fire, potluck, talks, and the cocktail hour. We have all three types bag, carry and zero grav. And find the carry the most useful with the rounded bottom, no single legs to dig in and carry dirt or sod. Find the zero gravity the least useful, maybe us.

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Interesting - you don't use/like your Zero-G chairs. What portable chair (brand) do you find is the most comfortable?

I have a couple of beach chairs the fold up rather small and fit into carry bags. They have drink holders too. I guess you could call these "event chairs". They are comfortable for sitting at the beach for a couple of hours at a time.
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Best chairs will be the ones you are most comfortable sitting in. Go aground to a few places and try some. Only you will know which one is best for you.
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