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Heimplanet X Helinox Chair One

Heimplanet have teamed up with Helinox for this killer camping chair that features a great design and HPT´s signature Cairo Camo pattern. It has a green anodized aluminum frame that’s easily mounted up and disassembled, so you also get ease of use and portability, lightness is also ensured because of the aforementioned aluminum frame. Make no mistake, although it’s small when folded, and light, it can hold up more than 300 pounds of weight so it’s quite sturdy too. So if you’re on the prowl for a camp chair be sure to check the cool Heimplanet x Helinox Chair One.



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