YaeKoo Outdoor Super Ultralight& Portable Folding Aluminium alloy Cot Camping Tent Bed

March 12, 2018 - Comment

Weight: 1.3kg Load bearing: 95kg Unfolding size: 1800x580x100mm Folding size: 120x400mm Framework material: Aviation aluminium alloy Bed cloth material: Anti-tear PV oxford cloth Supporting frame material: Reinforced nylon Item accessories: Cross bar x 2,Support rod x8,Leg x 12,Mat x 1,Bag x 1 Product Features Super lightweight and portable. Super strong bearing. Applicable to a variety

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Weight: 1.3kg
Load bearing: 95kg
Unfolding size: 1800x580x100mm
Folding size: 120x400mm
Framework material: Aviation aluminium alloy
Bed cloth material: Anti-tear PV oxford cloth
Supporting frame material: Reinforced nylon
Item accessories: Cross bar x 2,Support rod x8,Leg x 12,Mat x 1,Bag x 1

Product Features

  • Super lightweight and portable.
  • Super strong bearing.
  • Applicable to a variety of environments.
  • Comfort Health

Comments

Tyler says:

Finally, the solution to side sleepers in the wilderness! What an amazing cot. First of all it weighs 3.33lbs packed not 3.00lbs as advertised. However, I doubled up the rods all the way down the cot and was able to remove 4 green feet which reduces the weight by 0.33lbs exactly so this works for me. I’ve been sleeping on it for 5 days straight in my bedroom just to test it out for when I’m ready to go to my Canada hiking trip and I’ve slept very well every night except the 1st. I nocticed that on the first night my pillow slid off of the cot. To…

A. Long says:

Me + dog exceed weight limit. Still worked. I picked this up knowing me and my sleeping gear would not exceed the 200lb weight limit. I did not consider that my dog would want to join me. After 3 nights, a few of the feet had slightly deformed. I assume this was due to exceeding the weight limit and uneven weight distribution.As a side sleeper, this was the most comfortable I’ve been in a tent.This cot may not last as long if we continue to exceed the weight limit but I’m not going to kick my dog off the cot. I’m…

Linx says:

Worked good. I’m 5’8″ and 175 lbs Worked good. I’m 5’8″ and 175 lbs. I tested it out before going camping. While sitting in it, my butt was touching the ground. But I then laid in it and had my wife slide her hand underneath. Had maybe about 2 fingers clearance. Worked absolutely fine while camping. I was on a bit of an incline. On two occasions I did find the very end feet collapsed on me while sleeping. But that could of been due to the incline and /or I might have not hooked them in good enough. Connecting them back on…

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