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GCI Outdoor Packseat Portable Tripod

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Product Information:

The GCI Packseat ™ Portable Tripod is perfect for taking breaks while hunting, camping, bird watching or hiking. It features 600D polyester fabric that makes it ultra comfortable, while the aluminum frame and tough powder coat finish ensure durability. It also includes an easy to carry bag for optimal portability.
Features:

  • 600D polyester fabric
  • Aluminum frame
  • Tough powder coat finish
  • Carrying bag with strap
  • Weight capacity: 250 lbs
  • Unit Weight: 26 oz
  • Height: 21"
  • Folded Dimensions: 15"L x 4"W
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Country of Origin: Imported
Web ID: 4030465

Customer Reviews:

GCI Outdoor Packseat Portable Tripod 3.8 5 51 51
A good deal even at regular price I've had one of these packseats for a while now and have not had any issues(I also exceed the GSI packseats max weight limit a bit). I recently got another one for my son to use for Boy Scout events and backpack camping. The only difference that I've noticed in the two was the carry bag, not a deal breaker. The newer ones bags construction felt just a little cheaper,like the drawstring(nothing a little paracord wouldn't fix). However I've always liked the GSI packseat because it doesn't have a plastic donut where the legs cross and it packs neater without it. Now it's not the best packseat, it will squeeze the tender parts. Its also not the lightest seat around, being made of steel(especially if your pack is already heavy and the miles feel like they are getting longer). I found the best use was when carry weight wasn't an issue but portability was, like when I needed a portable seat when I was taking my son to practice tennis at the nearby park by bike. Also it stows away easier in my pickup(older model extended cab tacoma) than a full size folding chair, so I've usually got the GSI packseat stowed away in my truck ready to use. So if I've forgotten to bring along a full sized folding chair and I need a seat(like at a recent scouting field event), I'm still good to go. October 22, 2014
Folds down easily I like how it folds down to a small package when not in use, and how easily it unfolds. The only downfall is the seat is a little small for me even though I am a small person. This seat is not for a larger person. But on the bright side it can be carried on your belt loop or back pack October 11, 2014
Lightweight and portal but not a good solution for long-term sitting The construction is solid. The weight of the entire item with pouch is pretty light. Once the seat is removed from the pouch it pretty much assembles itself. The bottom part of the tripod is "spring-loaded" by a bungee cable which snaps the bottom to the top. So very little assembly is required. However, it's a good idea to make sure the bottom legs are securely seated to the top legs. Once the legs are assembled, which takes about 1 or 2 seconds (literally), you can sit on it. It's fairly comfortable, at least initially. But after sitting on it for about 30 minutes it started getting slightly uncomfortable. I'm not light but I'm not heavy either. I weigh about 160 lbs. For short term seating option this is a great product: picnics, camping, taking a quick break from hiking and standing in line, etc. But anything long term it may get a bit uncomfortable. September 30, 2014
Small and lightweight. Only giving 3 stars because of the size and weight, it's super small and rides my junk the whole time. Can only sit on it for 10-15 minutes before becoming super uncomfortable. I do like the fact it folds in half and comes in a small pouch for easy transportation. I'm not big nor am I small by any means but for my size the chair just doesn't work. My it would be more comfortable for a smaller framed person, I don't know? September 24, 2014
So sp We can't sit on it for long time. It's very small for the adults. It's only kids size. September 23, 2014
Handy stool Stool works well for breaks on the trail. Light enough to carry in day pack. September 17, 2014
Portable Seat I use this when I walk golfing. I attach it to my cart and use it when there's an expected wait time. It works fine on a hard surface like a cart path, but sinks into the ground If it's not hard. Otherwise, it's comfortable enough for short stretches, but I wouldn't want to sit on it for extended period of time. July 9, 2014
Great idea, poor quality Poor quality, the cord inside the leg broke the first weekend out and only used it once. July 2, 2014
Better Than Nothing? It might be better than nothing or it might not. For the price and weight it's not bad. If you backpack like I do and camp in a rocky areas, like the desert with no natural materials to build something to sit on, then this might be the chair for you. It is very small and becomes uncomfortable very quickly. I am 6'2", 230 lbs and it as a challenge to stay seated for more than 5 or 10 minutes at a time. Fortunately I live in MO and camp in forested areas most of the time and sitting on a log is a little more comfortable than this chair. June 17, 2014
Perfect Size Exactly what I was looking for! Wish the caps on the legs stayed on. Already lost one. June 17, 2014
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