The world winning and dominating team at MultiStar have come up with the perfect solution to rest your champion legs.
Goes together in seconds with aluminum legs, ABS plastic supports, tough water resistant nylon canvas with mesh to keep you cool and it simply folds up back into a convenient carry bag with two carry loops.
Whether you're outdoors drone racing (like our World Champion Shaun "NYTFury" Taylor), FPV flying, chasing thermals in a glider or kicking back with your friends, MultiStar has your back and backside covered.
• Tough water resistant nylon seat
• Aluminium legs and uprights
• ABS plastic connectors
• Ready to use in seconds
• Convenient nylon carry bag
Size: 670(H) x 530mm(W)
Material: 600D oxford nylon cloth with aluminum legs
Colour: MultiStar green
Bag size: 340 x 110 x 100mm
1 x Super comfortable MultiStar foldable chair
1 x Convenient carry bag
This is a very nice copy of the Helinox Chair One. BUT - be aware if you are buying it for camping as I did, the description is not accurate. The Helinox weighs 900g and has aluminum legs, this chair weighs 1900g and has steel legs. Its very sturdy but heavy if you plan on backpacking with it. At about 1/10 the cost of the Helinox though its still a terrific value. I knocked off a few points on the review because of the inaccurate specs - please fix.I love this little chair, Compared to the Helinox it is slightly heavier but you feel alot better sitting on it, Feels a lot more trustworthy on uneven ground. Its also a bit wider making it more confortable. So all in all I'm really happy with it and I would buy it over my mates Helinox any day. Ill be on the look out if they ever make a Stretcher and I hope they do.Solid, very comfortable, very portable, and lower to the ground than I thought it would be. The fabric is heavy duty and very difficult to stretch for the initial assembly; in fact I initially thought that it was defective. By joining those sides that I could get to reach, and then pushing on them firmly, and carefully so as not to upset the partially assemble frame -- it was possible to stretch everything out enough to make full assembly. I would normally consider knocking off a point for the initial assembly problem, but this thing is comfortable and it was worth the effort.
It folds up extremely small compared to the higher traditional-style camping type chairs that I have, with each of the back supports having 2 tubes. The entire set of tubes has bungee cords keeping it all together so there isn't any time necessary to sort out where the tubes go in the assembly.
Sitting comfort is very good, much better than any other camping chair I use. When you sit in the chair it pretty much forms around you. The bottom of the seat is around a foot off of the ground when sitting in it.