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Beach Chair

1 out of 5 stars
1 Review



Why We Like The Beach Chair

Designed to offer a stable seat in sand and loose soil, the Beach Chair is quick and easy to set up thanks to a single shock-corded pole system. We appreciate the mesh panels that keep us well-ventilated on hot summer days, and the storage sack converts to a pillow for the occasional beach nap.


  • Packable beach chair suited for beachside bonfires or desert camping
  • Splayed legs prevent sinking in sand or uneven surfaces
  • Included stuff sack makes for easy transport and storage
  • Tough polyester is abrasion-resistant for lasting use
  • Aluminum poles are durable yet lightweight
  • Item #HELL01B
[seat] 600D polyester, [poles] aluminum
Seat Height
[low point] 6.5in, [high point] 10.5in
stuff sack converts to pillow
Weight Limit
31 x 23 x 28.5in, [packed] 5.5 x 18.5 x 4.5 in
Claimed Weight
3lb 4oz
Manufacturer Warranty
5 years
weekend camping, casual

Overall Rating

1 based on 1 ratings

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1 out of 5 stars

June 16, 2024


I've put it through the wringer

Think sitting in a reclining position and your butt a few inches above the sand and then you need to get up. So your legs extend out in front so you need to put your heels up against the chair and rock and pull forward simultaneously. That’s this chair: My one big question is why would they use steel rivets when the entire point of a “beach chair” is to resist salt water rusting. Who are the genius product engineers that missed the one singular, crucial design use case: “How to make an indestructible beach chair”. And replaced it with: “How to make the most awkward chair to get out of”. Well done PE’s! Well done”