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Description: Eureka Compact Cot
The compact and lightweight design of this cot makes it ideal for a weekend outing--or even for emergency use.
Key Features of the Eureka Compact Cot:
- Compact and lightweight design is great for a weekend outing or emergency use
- Stout, spring-tensioned steel frame is quick to assemble and provides cradling support
- Combination foam and mesh pillow pad for added comfort
- Carry bag included
- 79"L x 31"W x 9"H
- WEIGHT CAPACITY 250 lbs.
- CARRY WEIGHT 10 lbs.
- Folded Size 40"W x 8.5"H x 3"D
4.0 / 5.0
For camping on a site that you park at, it doesnï¿½ï¿½t get better than this. The legs give the cot a springy feel as they flex. Iï¿½ï¿½m 6', 2ï¿½ï¿½ and donï¿½ï¿½t hang off the end at all. The little head pad is great. I use a sleeping bag that has the hood and pad for your head, I donï¿½ï¿½t need a pillow at all. The head of the cot also bends slightly upwards to better support your head. All in all I love this, and it makes camping much more enjoyable. My first time out with it, all my friends wanted to get one.
April 13, 2014
Upon first receiving the cot I was very impressed with how comfortable it was. It's also relatively easy to assemble. BUT since I've had it over a year now, the mounts that hold the "spring bars" in place have come loose. It's difficult to explain, but basically the product is nearly worn out. I'm not a heavy guy either, I'm very much a lanky string bean and weigh only 140lbs on my heaviest days. Not a long term solution in my opinion, but it was good while it lasted.
January 28, 2015
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how to set up?
Best Answer: There's instructions with the cot, and it only takes <5 min. to completely assemble. If you aren't mechanically inclined find someone who is. Once you've done it once, you should know what you're doing from there on out. It's not difficult.