The Eureka Camping Cot XL with Carry Bag is compact, durable, functional and easy-to-use; the Camping Cot XL is over-sized for sleeping comfort. The Eureka Camping Cot XL with Carry Bag frame is constructed of aluminum and steel making it strong yet lightweight. The cot features 600D x 300D heavy duty polyester fabric with PVC backing for durability and a zippered side pocket for storing small items within easy reach.
|Length:||7 ft 2 in / 2.18 m|
|Width:||42 in / 106.68 cm|
|Height:||21.5 in / 54.61 cm|
|Weight:||24.81 lb / 11.25 kg|
|Capacity:||300 lb / 136.08 kg|
|Packed Size:||48 x 9 x 5 in. / 122 x 45.7 x 12.7 cm|
|Material:||600D x 300D heavy duty polyester fabric with PVC backing|
This is a well made product and provides a very comfortable sleeping surface - a solid 4.5 stars. Two possible cons are that it is heavy and it is really big. Depending on what sort of camping you are doing, these may not be an issue. My husband and I have just used these for 13 nights at Airventure/Oshkosh, and slept very well. Two cots completely take up the "bedroom" of a 2 room Eureka Copper Canyon tent (for sizing reference), but they do fit. Set up is a bit challenging for one person, but simple with two.
Very comfortable cot and very large. It sits almost 2 feet above the ground and note the measurements to make sure it will fit inside your tent. Construction quality is good but it helps to have 2 people to snap in the final crosspiece because you really have to stretch the fabric and it would be easy to snap off one of the small posts if you aren't pulling straight back on the crossbar. Weighs about 25lbs in the carry case. Oh, and pay attention to how it is folded and stored in the bag - it's a little tricky. Wouldn't be a bad idea to take some pictures of it as you pull it out of the bag and unfold it the first time. Once you see how it works it's pretty easy to stow, but it wasn't obvious to me how to fold it so it would fit back into the storage bag.