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My Chub chair gives me the gyp. Any recommendations for one that supports the spine properly?  I spend more time on my [censored] than anything else and cost isn't an issue. This is no good..

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14 minutes ago, pooter said:

My Chub chair gives me the gyp. Any recommendations for one that supports the spine properly?  I spend more time on my [censored] than anything else and cost isn't an issue. This is no good..

I've recently upgraded mine to a fox r2 camp bedchair and its lovely. I can't vouch for a decent sleep on it though because I'm usually too excited to sleep when I'm night fishing anyway. But I can doze off for an hour or so pretty easy lol. I'm 6ft 15st and it fits me well with a decent amount of room. There's 3 model, the r1, r2 and r3 which are different sizes, this guy explains it well in this video mate

 

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I suffer with my back , & the best thing I've found is a bed buddy.  I find most chairs start out ok but over time they sag , which plays my back up no end. Obviously no good if your on a day session ( with no bed ) but a day is not normally the issue it's the longer sessions. 

 

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20 minutes ago, pooter said:

I appreciate your response but I'm after a normal chair for sitting on during the day and the usual stuff we do inbetween takes.

Sorry mate I read your thread wrong, I thought you was after a bedchair lol. 

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I got a plain basic TFG chair, but if it's tipping it down and I have to stay inside the bivvy I don't fold down the back legs and rest it across my bedchair with the front legs down, so I still have back support. The handy thing is that prevents chair sag.

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Another bad back here. I use a Nash Indulgence Daddy Long Legs chair and it's the business. As the name suggests, the legs are longer than on most chairs which results in a higher than usual sitting position. This suits me well and I can get up from it without suffering.

The fact that it's also comfortable and supportive is a bonus. Well made, too.

Ian

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