Guide Gear Swivel Hunting Chair, Black

4 out of 5

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Description

Portable comfort and 360 degree swivel at a great price. – The Guide Gear Blind Chair features a 360 degree silent swivel so you can easily monitor every side of your blind. Plus, it boasts a thick, 2.25″ cushion and padded backrest, so you can lean back wait for that next trophy like you’re in…

3 reviews for Guide Gear Swivel Hunting Chair, Black

4 out of 5
  1. Michael M.

    Returning it on Monday. Like others on here, I should have read the reviews a lot better (always read the bad ones, too). The picture just made it look REALLY comfy and cushioned. It’s not (well, the seat is a bit). All in all, it’s a very uncomfortable chair. No padding on the back and it’s way too heavy and unwieldy to be lugging in and out of the woods every day along with a heavy crossbow and other gear during archery season. I have a really bad back as it is and there’s no way I could lug that thru the woods and then sit comfortably all day in it. Just leaning against the back of it hurts. The frame bar is basically all your back is resting on. Not trying to be mean, but you’d do just as well lugging an old wooden kitchen chair out to your blind. Just way too expensive for what your getting.And please don’t just look at the photo of it and think “that looks really comfy, I think I’ll buy it”. You’ll be ‘sorely’ (pun intended) disappointed.

  2. Keith Martini

    Returning it on Monday. Like others on here, I should have read the reviews a lot better (always read the bad ones, too). The picture just made it look REALLY comfy and cushioned. It’s not (well, the seat is a bit). All in all, it’s a very uncomfortable chair. No padding on the back and it’s way too heavy and unwieldy to be lugging in and out of the woods every day along with a heavy crossbow and other gear during archery season. I have a really bad back as it is and there’s no way I could lug that thru the woods and then sit comfortably all day in it. Just leaning against the back of it hurts. The frame bar is basically all your back is resting on. Not trying to be mean, but you’d do just as well lugging an old wooden kitchen chair out to your blind. Just way too expensive for what your getting.And please don’t just look at the photo of it and think “that looks really comfy, I think I’ll buy it”. You’ll be ‘sorely’ (pun intended) disappointed.

  3. R. Riggs

    This chair is okay for the price. It is uncomfortable after sitting in it for more than 15-20 minutes. There is an opening in the backrest and I shoved a hunting seat cushion inside of it to support my back better. I also suggest a seat cushion for your butt too. I read reviews and knew what the challenges were going to be but still bought it because of the price. I didn’t want an $80 chair sitting in my hunting blind that could get stolen or weather away. I kind of figured I’m not out much money should something happen to this chair. See my pics to see how I used an inflatable cushion for backrest. That cushion is less than $10 at WalmartPros* Light weight* Comes with built in strap for carrying* Swivels quietlyCons* Painful on your back and butt. Needs cushions to make it comfortable. If you hunt for long periods of time, you need to consider this.* Awkward folding and carrying. The strap is not positioned best and it’s very awkward carrying. Not fun walking out to my blind with this chair.

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