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Kijaro Dual Lock Portable Camping and Sports Chair

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Color: Cayman Blue Iguana


Features

  • -This portable Dual Lock chair gives you a premium seating experience with no-sag seating, durable diamond ripstop polyester, and breathable mesh on seat back
  • -The Dual Lock chair is perfect to take with you whether you are tailgating, camping, or watching your favorite sports teams
  • -Includes: 2 cup holders, organizer with zip & mesh pockets, carry strap attached to chair, and carry bag
  • -Supports up to 300 pounds. Dimensions-26 L x 35.4 W x 37.4 H inches. Product Weight- 9.4 pounds
  • -Locks open for extra stability/ Locks shut for easy transport

Description

When you have the Kijaro Dual Lock Chair in your car you have an easy-to-use seat for whatever the occasion: a soccer game, tailgating, watching fireworks – no matter what the outdoor event is, you're sure to have an awesome seat. You'll sit comfortably, too, since our portable ripstop polyester chair has a padded seat and headrest. Designed with a firm ''no sag'' seat. The dual lock technology makes sure the 300-pound capacity chair locks in the open position for maximum seat and back support. Our chair – available in a rainbow of colors – also features two mesh cup holders, a carry strap on the chair frame and a bag, mesh airflow on the back, and an organizer with a zip pocket, mesh pocket, and cell phone holder – all of which makes it a chair like no other. Open dimensions: 35.4L x 26W x 37.4H inches. Folded dimensions: 6.9L x 4.7W x 45.7H inches. From weekend soccer games to camping on the floor of the Grand Canyon, Kijaro offers quality products featuring innovative technology. Dual- lock chairs, modern accessories, and premium designs are offered in array of colors to match your personality. With a goal to provide relevance in a modern way, Kijaro builds products for today's journeys and for whatever you have in mind for tomorrow. Dual lock folding chair with carry strap and bag in a variety of colors. Firm no-sag seat. Locks open for stability. Locks closed for mobility. Organizer with zip pocket, mesh pocket, and cell phone holder. 2 mesh cup holders and cushion in headrest and seat. Made of 600 x 300d ripstop polyester. Height from ground to seat: 19 inches.


Package Dimensions ‏ : ‎ 35.7 x 7.6 x 5.9 inches; 9.2 Pounds


Date First Available ‏ : ‎ April 22, 2016


Best Sellers Rank: #1,102 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors) #5 in Camping Chairs


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Customer Reviews: 4.7 out of 5 stars 11,704 ratings


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  • Camp chair comparison!
Color: Ionian Turquoise
When searching for a quality camp chair, I kept going back and forth between these two. First, I ordered the chair on the left by EA "Ever Advanced". I'm 5'1" and 165 lbs. and wanted a sturdy but easy to carry camp chair. The EA chair has a higher back and since I'm short, it definitely supported my head with room to spare when I leaned back. This chair advertises "lumbar support" and it's well made with a padded back and seat, but the reason why it gives you lumbar support is because it's a sling chair...your own weight molds the seating to your back. It has one cup holder, soda can sized, that is thickly insulated and one large open pocket on the right side for your phone and keys; no zipper closure. The pocket is sewn of both fabric and mesh. The armrests are padded and comfortable and they are height-adjustable. The chair doesn't have an attached strap but there is one on the carry bag. The chair weighs 8.5 lbs and supports up to 300 lbs. I was a bit unhappy that the sling-style EA chair was a little difficult to get out of. My older knees sometimes need a firmer seat to help with standing. So, I ordered the "Dual Lock" camp chair on the right by Kijaro. This chair locks open and the seat is very firm. Easy to rise out of. Again, my short height enabled my head to be supported when I leaned back. Taller folks won't have a head rest. The chair also locks when closed. Not tightly closed, but enough so that when I threw the chair's built-in strap over my shoulder in order to carry it without putting it back into its bag, the chair didn't fully open. This chair weighs 1 lb. heavier than the EA chair but honestly, I didn't notice the difference between the two when I had them over my shoulder. The Kijaro chair also supports up to 300 lbs. The Kijaro chair's back has a slight lean-back angle to it; it's not a straight-backed chair. I might tuck a rolled hand towel behind my back if I feel the need for lumbar support. The Kijaro chair has two cup holders made of plastic mesh. Not sure how sturdy they will prove to be. One is soda can-sized and the other one is slightly larger and would hold a no-handle-style, cylindrical travel coffee mug or a Starbucks frap drink cup. There is a very nice pocket to hold your gear on the right side of the chair; it's a little hard to see in the pic. It's sewn of fabric and mesh, and has a zippered main compartment as well as two open pockets on the outer face that are cell phone-sized. I really like the zippered pocket; a great idea for keys and other small items that you dare not lose. I also like the thick, reinforced binding along the edges of this chair and the pocket. Decorative as well as durable. Love the turquoise color! Both camp chairs are well made. The EA chair has more padding; the Kijaro chair is a firmer sit. Both chairs were comfortable on the back of the thighs; no pinching. They both have comfy, padded arm supports and the seats were both wide enough that I had room to spare. The EA chair has a carry bag made of softer nylon material and the end where the feet go is padded. The Kijaro chair's carry bag is made of a stiffer nylon material with no padding at the feet end of the bag. They close with locking drawstrings. Both carry bags have shoulder straps. Because of all of the nice padding, the EA chair is more difficult to put into its bag. The Kijaro chair has less padding to fold up and also has that lock-closed feature which helps when putting it back into the carry bag. Both chairs have non-breathable seating surfaces but the Kijaro chair has a mesh back for air circulation while the EA chair does not. Bring a terry towel to sit on to keep your fanny dry! I hope that this comparison is helpful as you search for the perfect camp chair. Personally, the Kijaro chair wins over the EA chair. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States on July 27, 2019 by jbrehe71

  • 2 X the Cost but 10X the Comfort
Color: Ireland Green
The Kijaro chair is much more sturdy and comfortable than the cheap $10 generic chairs sold at the big box stores. Here I show my green Kijaro side by side with a blue cheapo I also own. The Kijaro sits higher, the seat is flat and more rigid and the back angle does not pitch you forward. You don't feel like you are sitting in a bucket. The price seems to vary based on the color. If you're not picky, check all the colors, get the bargain and save 10 bucks. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States on March 22, 2017 by Steven Alexander

  • Some design flaws
Color: Maldives Blue
After reading about the rivets breaking and nuts/bolts being loose, I opened the chair and carefully sat down on it. It didn't break and was comfortable. However, there was a loose nut and bolt on one of the legs of the chair which I tightened. (quality control issues) As an engineer, I can say that there are design flaws that need to be addressed. The metal poles that connect to the legs and hold the weight of a person are attached by a small, thin piece of L shaped metal that's held together by the lock nut and bolt. I cannot see this L shaped piece of metal lasting very long due to its thinness and the amount of force on it. I can definitely see the chair breaking should someone sit down on it hard or after repeated use. So, while comfortable and at a better height than most collapsible chairs, the designers still have some work to do to improve it. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States on May 18, 2018 by Wyoming Montana

  • Don't waste your money
Color: Kawachi Purple
We purchased 3 of these chairs (all different colors) - ALL of them have broken! One of them broke in the first week. They are comfortable, but absolute garbage! The screws pop off the back making the crossbars come apart. Our next door neighbors: same chairs, same problems. None of us are overweight. My neighbors did have one of the extra large, it too broke. Don't buy these. You'll just be on Amazon searching for new chairs like me. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States on May 9, 2018 by MamaMeier

  • These are the perfect chairs for watching sporting events, car camping, etc..!
Color: Red Rock Canyon
These. Chairs. Are. Awesome! I think the coolest feature of these chairs is the fact that they are dual lock. There is a small locking mechanism that locks the chair into place when they are folded up and when they are folded out. Its a quick release button you press when you need to unlock them which is very easy to use. We've had them for about 3 weeks now and my wife and I both love them . These are the perfect chairs for watching sporting events or car camping. They are very comfortable and easy to relax in. There is a shoulder strap built into the chair itself (not just the bag) which makes it easy to pick up and move to another spot without having to store it back in the bag. They are slightly heavy but I can comfortably carry two on my shoulder for short distances (i.e. from the car to the soccer field). Carrying them for longer distances would definitely be tiring. They do sit higher than most camping/folding chairs so if you're a shorter person you might find them to be slightly uncomfortable. Being 6' 2" these chairs are the perfect height for me. My wife who's 5' 4" however, barely touches the ground with her feet when she sits in them. Summary: - Dual lock!!! - Two cup holders, one on each arm - A small storage pouch on the side of the chair - Very comfortable - Very sturdily built - Carrying strap built into the chair - Slightly taller than most folding/camping chairs - No sag seating ... show more
Reviewed in the United States on June 17, 2016 by Feel-The-Rhythm

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