The Therm-a-Rest Quadrapod Chair is a tote-able chair for camp and trail. Keep it in your pack, stow it in your trunk, bring it out whenever you need to find a seat. It may look small but it's plenty sturdy, with the ability to accommodate up to 300 lbs. Plenty of height, plenty of depth, just right for kicking back and enjoying a cold one.
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FEATURES of the Therm-a-Rest Quadrapod Chair
Composite base with non-skid feet
7000-series aluminum poles and 600D Polyester ripstop sling
Mesh side pocket keeps books, phones and beverages handy
13" seat height makes getting in and out easy
Integrated closure/carry handle secures package for easy transport
Rated 5 out of
Too Cool!Bought this chair for supported, multi-day cycling tours because it's small enough to fit in a gear bag. The engineering in this product is just amazing. At 6'3" 250 lbs. I need a fairly stout chair. The Quadra feels stable and solid. The large feet do not sink into the ground, and the rubber foot pads make it useable on finished hard floors. I won't likely use this chair for everyday backyard purposes, but it's perfect for those times where space is limited. I would have given it four stars because of the price tag, ouch, but the totally cool design has me so intrigued, I'll give it 5 stars in spite of the price!
Date published: 2016-05-12
Rated 4 out of
Quadra ChairBrilliant for our campervan trips as it packs away so small and weighs so little. Sitting out in the evening is all part of the experience and our Quadra chairs are robust enough to give lasting comfort.
Date published: 2016-03-07
Rated 5 out of
ME Wit from
5 stars for 4-chairLove this chair. Comfortable and compact. And very stable.
For me weigt isn't important (we travel by car) But with 2 adults, 2 children and one car (no roofbox) size is. And this is great.
Only downside is the price. And it's hard to get my children to leave my chair ;) !
Date published: 2016-05-13
Rated 1 out of
Low rider from
Don't buy!Purchased 2 for a trip to Alaska on Harleys. Liked the fact that they were light and compact. They were easy to put together and we sat in them in our garage to try them out.
They were great! Then at a campground we used them. I fell over 3 times, my husband once. They do not do well on soft surfaces like fields and forested ground with lots of pine needles and leaves. They will work if you have a tree to put the back against and you clear out a space for the legs.
Date published: 2016-09-24
Rated 4 out of
Most expensive chair I have ever owned - well, notThis has been a great chair, except my cat ate a tab and needed surgery to survive - hence, the expensive aspect. It is a great chair - easy to transport and comfortable! Only caveat - know where your center of gravity is. It can be tippy when you least expect it. Having said that, it is a workhorse and super comfortable after a day of hiking. Just don't let your cat eat any of it :-)