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Gear review: Outwell Derwent camping chair

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Comfort, strength and convenience are the most important factors when it comes to choosing a camping chair and the Outwell Derwent scores high on all three.

Comfort comes from the padded fabric and armrests, as well as cushioning in the back and neck rest, designed to support the spine.

It’s a lightweight chair but has a high-strength frame for stability and can comfortably accommodate a weight of almost 20st (175kg).

The Derwent comes with a handy carry bag, so it’s easy to carry and it opens and closes in seconds.

The detachable cup holder can be stored away under the chair when not needed.

Expect to pay £55
outwell.com

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