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Old 09-09-2015, 08:49 PM   #11
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We have a 6x8 mat that we use outside. We could go bigger but find that often in established campsites you are limited in how much flat space you have outside your door. Also, this way the entire mat sits nicely under the awning for rainy days. And when rolled up it fits easily in the under the bed storage accessed from the outside.

I don't remember where we picked it up, probably a Fred Meyer or Target type of store.

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Old 09-09-2015, 11:46 PM   #12
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Almost all the inventory is out of stock. What size do you use?
6x9 Mushroom Beige, which does indeed show Out Of Stock, don't know what to make of it. Guess you'd have to call and ask, 866-697-8628. It was probably 8 or 9 years ago we got ours.
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Anyone like their Zero Gravity chairs? Any chair recommendations that recline? What size RV mat are you using with a 19'? Is there a better place to to catch an online sale than CW?
We should buy stock in Amazon considering how many camping items we've bought from them. They have several different brands of zero gravity folding chairs in stock at prices that are hard to beat.

Amazon.com : Outsunny Zero Gravity Recliner Lounge Patio Pool Chair, Black : Patio, Lawn & Garden

Amazon.com : Best Choice Products® Zero Gravity Chairs Tan Lounge Patio Chairs Folding Outdoor Yard Beach New : Patio, Lawn & Garden


http://www.amazon.com/Caravan-Sports...+folding+chair

We also picked up our C-Gear sand free mat there (10 x 10), which we really like, although it looks like they no longer stock our size.
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I don't have experience with zero gravity chairs. I got a Helinox One chair as a gift, and bought another one for the wife at a discount. They are expensive, but very comfortable, sturdy and ultra lightweight. I can store them easily in the overhead cabinets, or pack them up in a bag for those long hikes.
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I don't have experience with zero gravity chairs. I got a Helinox One chair as a gift, and bought another one for the wife at a discount. They are expensive, but very comfortable, sturdy and ultra lightweight. I can store them easily in the overhead cabinets, or pack them up in a bag for those long hikes.
I use a Helinox chair for canoe camping, but for the Escape, I keep four folding chairs in the exterior hatch.
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I bought a 12x7 Dometic Patty-O-Mat, though I don't remember where now. It fits perfectly under the 19 awning. It is very tough, and water goes through nicely. Not cheap at just over $100, but worth it in my books. My brother still regularly uses one I bought for a previous trailer a dozen years ago, and it still looks great.

For chairs we use Kermit chairs. They are very well built, pack into a small size, have removable leg extensions so work great as festival chairs when needed, and come along with us on canoe trips (sans feet). I can't say enough good about them.
Kermit Chair Company | The Original Touring Chair

I have a zero gravity chair, and while I find it comfortable, it would be a very rare occasion to actually bring it along. They are way to big and heavy for my liking. It is rare for me to be just sitting around lounging outside, though they are great if you like to do this, plus they don't work around a campfire very well either. Who knows, maybe in 20 years or so when I get old(er).
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