Eureka Camping Cot XL

Priced: $99.99 - $119.95 Rated:   - 5 stars out of 5 by 28 reviews.
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Eureka Camping Cot XL -
You’re glad Uncle Vern has decided to join the family for the Thanksgiving trip to the cabin, especially since you have the Eureka XL Camping Cot; it’s the only place you can comfortably accommodate his ex-NFL-linebacker-sized body at night. After an amusing evening enjoying Uncle Vern’s equally outsized personality, just pull this durable cot out of its carry bag and pop it open in seconds; don’t forget to tuck a flashlight in the attached zip pocket so he can find his way to the outhouse in the wee hours.

Sizing:

  • Provides more width and length than a twin mattress

Zippers:

  • Zippered pocket (18" x 8") stores small items for easy access

Features:

  • Oversized, extra-roomy cot assembles quickly to provide a good night's rest
  • Carry bag included
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Choose the Eureka Camping Cot XL if you want a little extra space to stretch out and relax at camp. The extra-roomy size provides more width and length than a standard twin mattress, to assure you of a great night's sleep.
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Carry Weight:24 lbs. 13 oz.
Dimensions:86" x 42" x 21.5"
Folded Size:48" x 9" x 5"
Frame:bright silver powder coated steel and aluminum
Weight Capacity:300 lbs.
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Eureka Camping Cot XL Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

This things BIG!

I bought this to take car camping and to have an extra bed at home for guest. It is big, but not as comfortable as my smaller cot, let me explain. My smaller cot is tighter when put together, so it supports my body a little better. The Eureka xl is just that, huge, because it is so big it doesn't get that taughtness that you really need to get good support, it's not bad, but just not as good as my smaller cot. I do like the size though, that makes up for the not so tight pitch when put together. It also goes together a lot eaiser than my small cot. The small cot takes 3 grown men and 2 mules to put it together, not really, but I do have to use a crow bar to put on the end piece. The Eureka xl is simple and easy to put together, but beware this thing takes up a lot of room. I just used it last weekend while hunting inside my 10'x12' dome tent and it was all the way front to back and almost half the width, I could have got 2 cots in there but that was about all you would be able to get in there. Overall I really like the size and the comfort, on a scale of 1-10 it would rate a high 7
Jumpbackjack at Campmor on 10/10/2011

Perfect size for a BIG Tent

THis cot, with a felt covered twin air mattress, sheets, and blankets can make a tent a very nice home away from home. We found that this cot/air mattress combination makes a bed more comfortable than most beds we found in the Hotels on the way to the campground. The tent MUST be large enough for the cots to fit and not touch the sides of the tent. Sleeping off the ground has many benefits we like, such as the area under the cot can be used storage and we like the ease of getting up. We threw a carpet on the floor between the cots, very nice. We actually look forward the going to bed and sleeping. The weight is 24 lbs each, too heavy for backpacking. But for tent camping in the wilderness where we drive to or paddle to the camp site, these cots are wonderful for us, and fairly easy to set up and take down.
Wilderness Bob at Campmor on 07/07/2010

We put two of these side by side & blow up a double size air mattress to put it on top when boat camping at Lake Powell & cover with sheets. I try to pick the nights that the meteor showers will be in full swing & we sleep out under the beauty of long "burners" & falling stars. Some of my fondest memories. I love waking up & having had a great night's sleep & not needing to worry about the mice, tarantulas, scorpions or any critters getting in my bedding.

Janet Kaplar at Backcountry.com on 03/31/2013

Unbelievably comfortable

This is the most comfortable cot I have ever had. It makes camping so much more fun when I am sure i will get a good nights rest. It is a bit too large and makes is difficult to fit into the tent but the comfort outweighs the size issue. It is easy to set up - but heavy to carry -car camping only for this cot. But its high so it makes a good bench in the tent during the day and the dog fits under it comfortably at night.
Mom at Campmor on 11/11/2010

It took me about 5 minutes to figure out how to set it up, and then after that it was a super piece of cake. This is a very large roomy cot. I bought one just to see how nice it was, and it's one of the nicest sturdiest cot's I've seen. I'm going to buy another one for myself, this one was for my wife. We had a air mattress for camping before this and we just had too many problems with it.

che4512718 at Backcountry.com on 03/21/2011

I bought this cot two years ago for a three week outdoor festival on the east coast. I had plenty of room to roll and get comfy. The design is sturdy yet lite weight for its size. And the biggest benefit was that even in east coast summer humidity the material breathed and allowed moisture through. One complaint is the tabs where the cross bars slip on seemed as though they were fragile. Although it's been two years and no problems.

Carson Dunbar at Backcountry.com on 03/08/2013

Comfortable and sturdy

These cots are almost as wide as a twin bed, but yet are very sturdy. They are tall enough that you can store your gear underneath. I slept very comfortably on my cot, it was very nice not to be on the ground on an air mattress. The one drawback is that they are very heavy, but that is to be expected considering their size. I also found the storage pockets to be very convenient.
Steph at Campmor on 10/10/2010

Well worth the money!

I purchased this cot for my winter hunting/camping trips. It is BIG! This was an upgrade for a low cost cot I bought three or four years ago. I should not have waited so long. I've never been so comfortable on my hunting trips! Plenty of room to move around and long enough so I was not hanging off the end. I can't wait to use it again.
tom at Campmor on 12/12/2012

Ahhhh GREAT Sleep!!!!

We use this in our Civil War tent and cover with period correct blankets, fits nicely in our A frame canvas tents with some room underneath to store items. We often want to serenade cot after a long day at battle. Great Sleep did I mention that!!?? Campor had best price for this item around. THank you!! Nothing not great about it. All great!
Coconut Wilson at Campmor on 08/08/2013

This extra-large cot is a must !

Cot is comfortable and easy to set up. Made world of difference in enjoying the camping experience. Put air roll on top and could not be beat. Cot is raised to a comfortable level (allowing storage of gear beneath, thus maximizing square footage of tent). One of my best purchases. I am 6'4" 250 lbs and cot more than met my expectations thus far.
Joe at Campmor on 10/10/2010

Negative Reviews:

Backcounrty.com sent me a box that looked like it had been through a war zone. So I knew the cot was damaged before even opening it. There were several dings on the cot's metal structure. There was no paperwork and tape all over the box, so I know this package had been returned. I'm ultra-disappointed at backcountry.com. I waited a long time for its arrival and to get a second hand damaged cot is extremely disappointing.
On to the cot. My initial impression is that it's not well made. For the extra money you spend the value isn't worth it. I don't know I didn't get any paperwork with the cot so I cannot say too much. If I was doing it again, I would buy one of the regular cots. I doubt this cot's structural durability.
Altogether a real bummer. Backcountry.com is better than this.

Jason Vaughn at Backcountry.com on 12/17/2013