Kamp-Rite Economy Cot


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Set up a sleeping space in seconds with the Kamp-Rite® Economy Cot. The Economy Cot works perfectly for camping or as an extra guest bed in the home. At 6' long and almost 2' wide, the Economy Cot provides plenty of room to stretch out and relax.

  • Compact cot
  • Great as an extra bed or for camping
  • Ideal addition to emergency or disaster preparedness kit
  • Measures 72" L x 23" W
  • Weight capacity: 275 lbs
  • Includes carry bag
  • Manufacturer's warranty: 1-year limited
  • Model: KREC111

For additional information relating to the Manufacturer's Warranty, please contact 916-383-9460.
Country of Origin: China
Web ID: 19616276

Customer Reviews:

Rated 2.4 out of 5 by 14 reviewers.
Rated 1 out of 5 by This product is next to impossible to set up. I was looking for a low easy setup cot for car/truck camping. This is not it. The cot fabric is too short for the frame. The tubular frame sections roll around inside the cot fabric making it difficult to place the feet into the pre drilled holes. Once you spend 5 minutes setting the framework up the steel feet are pushed into the pre drilled holes. Unfortunately, the holes aren't deep enough to hold the feet so the pop out under spring tension and will fly across a room or tent depending upon where it's being setup. Extremely poor design. January 11, 2016
Rated 2 out of 5 by Um...How do I take it apart? Basic cot, decently comfortable, after the half-hour it took me to put it together. The upside is that my strength training is complete for the year! The "w"-shaped legs were very difficult to get into the holes (I got bruises on my palms from trying to fit them in!), but once I was successful, I found the cot to be very sturdy. The "instructions"...bwahaha! Sorry...you really can't call them instructions, can you? They consist of a basic drawing with no hint of anything other than what parts are included. Now... Does anyone know how to get the cot apart? I have tried to remove the legs, but can't seem to budge them from their resting places. And I'm half afraid of what will happen if I DO get them out... For the price... it's okay. Next time I would upgrade, though. July 3, 2015
Rated 1 out of 5 by Requires two people to set up The metal bars should've been designed in such a way so they wouldn't have to be bent so far to piece together the cot. June 22, 2015
Rated 2 out of 5 by hard to assemble To start the directions look like a 5 year old drew them. The leg pieces were way to big to fit where they were supposed to go and had to be bent in order to work. My boyfriend had to bend the poles so not really sure how I am going to get it put together on my own. Once you get past the hassle of setting it up its a nice pretty comfortable cot. If I had time I would probably send it back but I am going to firefly next week and need something. June 12, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by Good for the price The instructions are a basic diagram not step by step, but we had no trouble figuring it out easily. I recommend giving it a trial run at home before taking it camping. I think it is a good product for the price. June 6, 2015
Rated 2 out of 5 by Kamp-Rite Economy Cot The instructions were lacking. The Kamp-Rite Logo threw me off, as it ended upside down from my vantage point. I truly believe what I received was a second, a defect and I paid full price. Even looking at the picture on this, I would say the logo is at the head, well mine turned out to be at the foot and upside down. I did get it assembled and it worked, happy I am not. April 19, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by real good item i like it because it is easy to put together with out any problems September 29, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by You get what you pay for No surprises here. For the amount of money I spent on it, (about $30 plus shipping), it is amazing. Okay, so the really good tent cots (meaning a cot whose feet will not destroy your tent floor) cost upwards of $200. I thought I could get close, and while bottom fishing for a cot to replace my $50 cot, I came across this google searching online. Not only is it way to hard to put together, but the parts don't fit right, and once I did get it mostly put together, (I gave up because I was thinking about me getting off of my motorcycle at the campground, putting up my tent, and then spending an hour playing with my cot!) and decided to move on. This is going back to Dicks first opportunity this week. I did get it mostly put together, and then realized I neglected to pay attention to the width measurement, when I got it mostly together, set it on the three feet I could get connected, and looked at how wide it was, and realized I would not even really fit on it. This cot is a good size for a tall thin kid. Quality of the parts seemed fine, but, way too hard to assemble for a grown man. Back it goes. September 7, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Better than expected When it comes to reviews, it's all about having reasonable expectations. So, with that in mind I give this cot 4 stars. This isn't a $200 cot... this isn't even a $50 cot... It's a $30 cot and for the price and (for me) more importantly the size and weight of it, it's worth every penny. Putting it together was a snap. Any full grown adult who struggles with putting this together either doesn't get the concept of leverage or seriously needs to consider eating more protein to build some muscle. Lay the cot bottom side up with the length running perpendicular, insert the side poles, stick one side of the leg in a whole nearest you, and then pull the other end toward you slightly and watch it pop right into the other hole. Easy. Now do that 3 more times and you've got a cot. On the downside, it is wobbly once you get on it, but it's not going to fall apart on you. The holes for the legs are deep enough to ensure it the legs won't pop out but the diameter is larger than the legs which allows for some wobbling. I tossed and turned on the thing testing it's stability and I'm convinced it will hold my 190lbs with no problems. I'd not very wide, so side sleeping is questionable. All in all it's not the best cot you'll find, but for the price, size, and weight this thing is well worth the money. June 2, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by Takes superhuman strength to assemble I read a couple of negative reviews before I purchased this, but thought I would give it a chance, since it was the only inexpensive, low-to-the-ground cot I could find. And I am pretty good at figuring things out even with bad instructions.The instructions were almost non-existent, but I had figured out how it was supposed to assemble, including that two of the side supports were slightly angled so that the head end would be slightly higher.But all of the bottom support pieces needed to be compressed in under tension several inches in order to fit into the holes in the side pieces. It just was not going to happen. And it was clear from the design that this would have to be done every time you used the cot unless you left it completely assembled. That would not work.If you are very strong and want to be able to show off your strength every time you assemble the cot, you might be able to use and enjoy this. Otherwise, forget it. May 27, 2014
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