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Small Camp Chair 80x50x50 Blue

$24.99

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Introductions:

If you're enjoy camping or fishing, you can't miss this Small Camp Chair. This chair features durable, abrasion-resistant and anti-fouling. With engineering mechanics design, it's very stable. Moreover, it's also easy to clean. Its small size and foldable design is very convenient for you to bring it outside. You can bring this chair at any place you like. So what are you waiting for? Don't hesitate, just take it home!


Features:

1. Made of high quality material, durable, abrasion-resistant and anti-fouling

2. Engineering mechanics design, stress evenly

3. It is very simple to open and fold away

4. Best gift choice for outdoor sports enthusiasts

5. This chair provides an excellent form of relaxation when you plan to hunt, fish, or just enjoy the day on the beach, camping


Specifications:

1. Material: Iron Pipe 600D Oxford Cloth

2. Color: Blue, Red

3. Dimensions: (19.69 x 19.69 x 31.50)" / (50 x 50 x 80)cm(L x W x H)

4. Weight: 3.5lbs / 1.59kg

5. Seat Depth: 47cm

6. Seat Height: 42cm

7. Seat Width: 50cm

8. Load Bearing: 230lbs / 104.33kg


Package Includes:

1 x Camp Chair

1 x Outside Bag

 

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