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Chair for a Bagger

Anybody got a recommendation on a lightweight camp chair for a backcountry tour?  The two I found that that look interesting were the Alite Monarch Butterfly Chair carried by REI and something called a Sling-Light.

The Alite only weighs 18 oz and looks like it would fit on a water bottle holder.  The weird thing about it is that you are essentially balancing on 2 legs.  The pictures look a bit odd but it got some good reviews.

The Sling-Light weighs 18 to 20 oz depending on the review and folds to 26 x 16 x 1.5, which may be a little big for the bottom of a bob trailer.

Anybody use either one of these or something similar? 
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Rick, February 7, 2015 at 12:33 pm

Look at the Helinox chsir! REI has ‘knocked them off’ but they’re not as strong and slightly smaller, the weight and pack volume are about the same. I bring mine, religiously, on longer tours, 2 lbs. very comfortable and durable.

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