GCI Outdoors Xpress Lounger XL Chair

Priced: $70.00 Rated:   - 3 stars out of 5 by 4 reviews.
GCI Outdoors Xpress Lounger XL Chair
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The GCI Outdoor Xpress Loungerâ„¢ XL chair is 15% larger than the original Xpress Lounger for greater comfort at the campground, kids' soccer game or backyard barbecue.

Imported.

Fabric:

  • Aluminum and steel construction is strong and sturdy, with a maximum capacity of 300 lbs.
  • The GCI Outdoor Xpress Lounger XL chair has nylon-coated feet that won't scratch surfaces
  • Polyester and nylon mesh seat won't hold water should it get left out in the rain

Insulation:

  • Chair folds down flat and quickly expands into a full-size camp chair for your lounging comfort; when folded, the built-in webbing handle lets you easily tote the chair around

Weather and Wind:

  • Pockets on each arm hold your cell phone, a cold beverage and other small essentials
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Activity:Family & car camping
Folded dimensions:19.25 x 17.75 x 3.25 inches
Frame construction:Anodized aluminum/powder-coated steel
Seat height:17 inches
Seat material(s):Polyester/nylon mesh
Unfolded dimensions:35.5 x 22 x 18.5 (H x W x D) inches
Weight:8 lbs. 6 oz. pounds
Weight capacity (lbs):300

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GCI Outdoors Xpress Lounger XL Chair Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Great Chair!!

I have now completely evolved into a car camper which allows me to carry a bit more weight in the gear I use. This chair has been the perfect combination of being compact enough to fit in my duffel, remarkably sturdy and comfortable set up, and not an overly heavy addition to the bag. I also own the stool GCI produces, however this chair has now replaced it on trips. If I take the time to make sure the sides are completely extended when opening, the chair almost sets itself up. It is much more comfortable around the fire than either the stool I was carrying, or a sling type chair. It is fun to watch friends want to show "new" people how small it collapses, and then encourage them to set it up again. Only draw back is that it requires me to get up! I highly recommend this chair for anyone not concerned about weight (about 8 lbs) and still has to fit all the gear in a car trunk.
ponders at REI on 03/03/2013

Compact comfort

Bought this chair for my 6'6" 250lb husband for it's compact size. It was used daily for 3 1/2 weeks while we camped/traveled from Central Oregon to Alaska and back. It folded and unfolded easily, that is until one of the legs bent slightly within the first couple of days it was used. While the chair remained usable and stable it did not fold up without a lot of effort. Otherwise, the chair is comfortable and lightweight making it great for our adventures.
travelinggramma at REI on 07/07/2013

Negative Reviews:

Didn't work for me

My wife has the smaller version which is all steel. Hers is working just fine.
On mine, they have made the upper tubes out of aluminum, and they bent in a very strange way. Now, after just two uses, these upper tubes won't nest in the steel lower tubes, and the chair won't fold down.
Hard to tell if mine was defective, or if I am defective! I'm taking it back...
shelblue at REI on 04/04/2013

Neutral Reviews:

Comfortable..however

We have two of these chairs. They go camping, ball games, BBQs, winter tailgating, etc.

They are very comfortable and we love the pockets. The frame is very tough and can withstand some abuse.
The fine mesh seat dries very fast. They also collapse into a very small size compared to anything else in their class. Clever design.

The drawback to the design comes with a learning curve. It's fun to ask friends to either set up or take down the chair. You will laugh with all of the fumbling going on. However, after your first succesful rotation you can set the chair up in seconds.

The design also depends on all of the fastening systems and hardware holding up. I had a screw fall out of the backrest which doubles as a carrying strap when folded. The velcro strip on the frame has peeled off, which also keeps the chair from staying in the folded, carry position.

I have replaced the screw and will attempt to re-adhere the velcro, so that we can enjoy many more years with these comfortable, tough and compact camp chairs. Everyone who sits in them comments on the comfort.
NW503 at REI on 05/05/2012