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dogcomestoo

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Posted: 10/18/12 01:10pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I'm looking for a comfortable lounge that is also comfortable as a cot. Has anyone tried this one? Was it comfortable as a lounge chair? as a bed? I don't care that it is bulky and heavy.

Don't worry, tplife, I'll be using them indoors.

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It is a good idea to use a comfortable lounge during camping. One of friend use Wing Lounge Chair and I think it is very comfortable and good for indoor. There are plenty of options but you can try it.

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Posted: 10/22/12 09:44am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Don't know about Cabela's but I just got this tent at amz. Love it. My review is the last.

http://www.amazon.com/Texsport-Deluxe-Folding-Camp-Cot/dp/B001NI6TBW/ref=pd_sxp_grid_pt_0_0/179-2019091-3717650

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anderson05 wrote:

It is a good idea to use a comfortable lounge during camping. One of friend use Wing Lounge Chair and I think it is very comfortable and good for indoor. There are plenty of options but you can try it.

gold coast holiday accommodation

Like dogcomestoo so aptly stated, "it ain't for camping".
Better pack a Mr. Buddy propane heater or have 110V on-site for electric blankets. Nothing worse than a less-than-optimal night's sleep (never to listen to scientific types. Nothing to see here. Move along.).

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Thanks for the suggestion of the Texsport cot- it does look good- I'm looking for something that can be a chaise during the day as well as a cot at night. I want to use it for lounging as well as sleeping.

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