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Helinox ...

Post by toneli on Wed Mar 13 2013, 21:39

Helinox ... a hell of a good way to relax after a day on the bike! And the 2 1/2 year old grandson just loves it. Certainly beats trying to get comfortable on the "dirt".

Sunday evening, a week ago, I ordered my Helinox. Just about fell off my perch when I saw the pack on the doorstep the very next Tuesday - just two working days after ordering it! And it came from Queensland. I'd give them a AAA rating for their shipping and delivery effort.
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Post by squizzy on Thu Feb 14 2013, 21:40

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They look very stable and most people buy the leg extenders. I think Derek has one.

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Post by toneli on Thu Feb 14 2013, 21:35

Thank you Ian for your response ... I came across the Helinox chair last night (thanks to Mr Google) but was unable to find the Kermit chair - which I was looking for. Thanks again.
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Post by squizzy on Thu Feb 14 2013, 20:43

The chair you are thinking of is probably a kermit, thought they were a bit expensive and bought a helinox. Used it a couple of times and have been happy with it. Packs up very small. [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
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Post by toneli on Thu Feb 14 2013, 10:56

Hi there ...

Sometime ago, on the old web site, someone posted a report of one of their overnight (and longer) rides. They featured various pics including one of their campsites. In the pic was a light-weight and very portable wood and canvas (?) camp(ing) chair.

I am wondering if the one who posted said report can respond to this email advising the made (and model) of the chair so feature please. I am interested in investigating the possibility of checking out and maybe acquiring one of the same.

Thank you in anticipation of your/(a flood of )response(s).
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