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Moto-Camping Stool Review

The Grand Trunk camping stool is small enough to pack on your bike and big enough for a seat when needed. The seat area is 12.6 inches by 10.6 inches and sits at a height of 14.5 inches.


When broken down, the stool's small size comes from removing the legs. But, don't worry about losing them, they are attached to the seat frame with shock cord, just like a tent. This also makes it fast and easy to set up.


When the legs are removed and stowed with the attached velcro strap, the chair goes into it's bag and you have a package that measures 15 inches by 7 inches, and is 2 inches thick.


When the legs are removed and stowed with the attached velcro strap, the chair goes into it's bag and you have a package that measures 15 inches by 7 inches, and is 2 inches thick.


The stool in its bag easily fits inside my Pelican 1450 case with some room to spare. It weighs in at just 22 ounces, much less carrying a full sized folding chair on your bike.


I've used this stool on a couple of trips and I like that it's small, lightweight, easy to set up and take down. Also, it's less expensive than similar chairs on the market. Most importantly, it keeps my butt out of the dirt and pine needles during my morning coffee and that makes for a good morning in the forest.