Browning Camping 8562214 Titan Cot XP with Pro-Tec Powder Coating Finish (XL)

Mai 1, 2015 - Comment

When you’re away from your bed, make sure you still get a good night sleep. With a Browning Camping cot, you’re sure to do just that. The Titan Cot XP has sturdy steel connectors combined with 600D polyester fabric to make your bed-away-from-home as comfortable as possible. It has an aluminum frame making it lightweight,

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When you’re away from your bed, make sure you still get a good night sleep. With a Browning Camping cot, you’re sure to do just that. The Titan Cot XP has sturdy steel connectors combined with 600D polyester fabric to make your bed-away-from-home as comfortable as possible. It has an aluminum frame making it lightweight, but strong. The detachable side pocket is nice so you can keep your small items close at night and then bring them along with you when you wake up in the morning. Another nice feature is the large, velcro „pillow“ pocket that you can store clothes or other padding in to create a headrest at the height you prefer. The angled legs keep the cot from „rocking“ at night and the telescoping support in the center makes the cot even stronger than the traditional x-leg cot. It folds up easily and fits into a carry bag so it transports and stores easily when not in use. SKU #8562214

Product Features

  • Powder coated aluminum frame and sturdy steel connectors; Fabric: Khaki 600D polyester
  • Detachable side pocket; Large „pillow“ pocket with velcro; Hanging mesh pocket
  • Angled End legs prevent „rocking“; Extra telescoping center support
  • Weight Capacity: 450 pounds; Includes zippered carry bag: 5″ x 9″ x 48″
  • Dimensions: 40″ (W) x 85″ (L) x 21″ (H); Weight: 19 pounds

Comments

Ryan says:

Slept Soundly 0

barbara k says:

Good features, but….. I really liked the size (length and width); I was able to place two twin sized foam pads (one on top of the other) to make the cot very comfy for my „olditis“ condition (gettin‘ too old to sleep without some cushioning!). I did struggle to put the cot together, mostly the upper cross pieces at either end of the cot; it’s hard to do the simultaneous push-pull needed to seat the final cross piece if you’re setting up alone. Worked up a sweat & had a few choice words during my trial run; luckily had a friend help me set it up while camping in the Sierra. I’m a fairly tall woman–near 5’9″—and found the cot to be about 4″ too high (and this is allowing for the foam pads adding height); probably wouldn’t be a bad height if it was solid as a bed, but being a cot it does sink a bit in the middle making it a struggle to get up and over the edge—also beware not to pinch your leg where the hinge meets at the top of the center support (at the center edge of each side). Used…

Mark Proper says:

Daddy Bear Says It Is Just Right. (Shorties quit your whining) 0

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