The Camp Time Roll-A-Cot Folding Camp Cot is perfect for campers who are looking for a lightweight, portable cot that is easily set up in minutes. In a couple of minutes, the Camp Time Roll-A-Cot Folding Camp Cot transforms from a compact 5 x 36 in. bundle to a 74 x 28 in. cot surface on 15 in. tall aluminum legs that will support up to 250 lbs. The Camp Time Roll-A-Cot Folding Camp Cot also has a wide side pocket that will allow you to store your personal gear supplies while snoozing. This Cot's fabric is a heavy duty 1000 denier polyester mesh that is strong, breathable and is supported by a special high strength marine grade aluminum alloy.
|Length:||6 ft 2 in / 1.88 m|
|Width:||28 in / 71.12 cm|
|Height:||15 in / 38.1 cm|
|Weight:||10 lb / 4.54 kg|
|Capacity:||250 lb / 113.4 kg|
|Packed Size:||36 in. L x 5 in. D|
|Material:||1000 denier polyester mesh|
|Blue - Regular||RC||0732347090016|
Excellent camping cot. It's lighter than most other full size cots and certainly more stable. I also like the fact that the surface tension is adjustable to suit individual sleeping preferences. They are very easy to assemble and store in a neat case that also attaches to the side of the cot to provide storage of small items. The deck is polyethylene and has welded seams so there are no sewn seams to come unraveled. We love them.
This is an excellent camp bed. It is lightweight, doesn't take up much room and is very easy to set up and take down. I am 5' 10" and weigh 195. There are wing nuts on the legs that allow the user to adjust the surface tension of the bed. So if you like to sleep with the cot wrapped around you then you can. But, if you like a firm almost ridged sleeping surface then you can have that also. I used an old yoga mat as a mattress because other users recommended a mat of some sort to block cold air coming from underneath. It worked just fine. It is also surprisingly stable. I thought that having just two sets of legs would make it wobbly but that was not the case. While putting it together it is kind of floppy until you get the legs inserted in the correct locations then it stiffens right up.