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Hillsound BTR Ultralight Camping Stool uses PhantomLock technology to lock the legs
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Hillsound BTR Ultralight Camping Stool uses PhantomLock technology to lock the legs

When you sit on an outdoor seat, it’s important that you feel secure and comfortable. Fortunately, the Hillsound BTR Ultralight Camping Stool is built with PhantomLock technology to secure the legs when suspended. This provides stability as you sit, while still allowing the legs to easily retract when it’s time to pack up. Furthermore, this ultralight camping stool uses aluminum alloy poles for incredible durability during use. In fact, it’s strong enough to hold up to 240 pounds. Another impressive feature of this stool is its compact design. Weighing only 14 ounces, it’s convenient to transport, and its packable design makes it small enough to fold away and store in a bag. Overall, explore your surroundings without having to worry about comfort when you reach your destination.

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Amy Poole
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Frame Material
Aluminium Alloy
14", 17"
Maximum Weight Capacity
240 lbs
Leg Colors
Alpenglow, Glacier, Black
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