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    Quote Originally Posted by lytle1gw View Post
    We have it and it is very heavy and a pain to put up. Have it in our cabin and just leave it up.
    Thanks for the advice. Will be then looking for other options...

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    Re: Camping Cot

    I really like that Ozark trail tent-cot except for one thing.. it appears that it's only for shorter folk. I'm 6'2" and I'm pretty sure I'd have to curl up a bunch to fit it.

    That stackable cot looked really interesting to me. I almost bought it just to have for when my grandkids come visit.. I know it's heavy and not a great thing to transport, but it folds down really well and looks to be built to last. That, and it can be a sort of seating area as well.

  3. #83

    Re: Camping Cot

    Just wanted to pass this along......
    REI is having a Labor Day Sale on cots.
    Sale Date: 8/26/2016 - 9/5/2016
    25% off all REI-Brand Cots & Tables

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    Re: Camping Cot

    Quote Originally Posted by kaitiff View Post
    I really like that Ozark trail tent-cot except for one thing.. it appears that it's only for shorter folk. I'm 6'2" and I'm pretty sure I'd have to curl up a bunch to fit it.

    That stackable cot looked really interesting to me. I almost bought it just to have for when my grandkids come visit.. I know it's heavy and not a great thing to transport, but it folds down really well and looks to be built to last. That, and it can be a sort of seating area as well.
    I'm 6' even, and I fit well height-wise. I'm just shy of 300 lbs though, and it collapsed on me once. A long rivet broke. I replaced it, and its mate on other other side with a thicker bolt, and it's held fine since through several uses.

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  5. #85

    Re: Camping Cot

    I have not been able to find a super comfy cot that I can easily pack for Moto-Camping.

    I have the Therma-Rest Luxury L that is nice because it packs small and is "fairly" comfortable - I mean it beats sleeping just on a pad on the ground, but it's not like my Walmart Luxury XL Comfy Cot that is WAY too big to pack for a motorcycle.

    I have resigned myself to the Therma-Rest as being the "best" I can do considering that packing size matters.

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