Bass Pro Shops Standard Cot
This is a good cot if you have limited room in your tent. I am 6'1" and I fill the cot from head to toe which is fine. Its comfortable and packs up nice and small in a carrying bag.
October 18, 2012
My wife bought a cot that was aluminum with steel springs. after a month the springs started to eat into the aluminum. Their was a rod across the center and my back started to touch it causing my back to ache.
I set the cot up each night to be close enough to my son to hear him as he is on a vent.
I bought this cot from Bass pro. It is easy to assemble and very comfortable. I have used it for over a month each night and it is still like new.
I would recommend this cot to all that like to camp and have a good nights sleep.
It is the right height easy to get up. It is long enough that your pillow will stay on it and my feet don't hang off the end. I am 5' 10"
The people at Bass Pro were very helpful and friendly
September 5, 2010
large, comfortable cot
Cots are not complex items and this is not either. Took about a minute to assemple and just as easy to disassemble and place in the bag.
Everything about it says quality and durable. When assembled it was about the size of a twin bed. My wife was able to sleep very comfortably with my son in it.
It was actually easier to assemble than my friend's beach lounger type cot (the legs would fold in on itself too easily) and seemed much more durable.
Only complaint is that it is heavy but that's because it's made with quality parts. It could also use a hanging pocket or two.
October 6, 2010
So far - so good!
Quick Shipping - got both cots, one oversized and one standard in just a few days.
We haven't had a chance to use them yet, but other family members have and said their great. The oversized one is big enough to fit my 6'4" son who weighs 245. It's taller than the standard one, which I didn't realize and is heavy to carry but they both seem to be made of quality materials so we are hoping they'll last a while.I'll write again after WE use them ....
August 16, 2010