The Moon chair wins Best Buy because it is cheap, doesn’t weigh much, and is comfortable. Relaxation is about the same as in similar chairs, and you might feel better if you sit up straighter. This chair is great for summer because it has mesh panels, and we like the phone/water bottle pouch that hangs from the back. Even though this model is light, it takes up a lot of space when it’s packed. Even though it’s not the smallest chair on the market, this one is cheap. Moon Chair
It stands out because of how much it costs. The price was a fraction of most tent-style chairs we tried, but it had more features and was better made. It’s easy to set up and take down, has a hanging pocket, and has a wider seat than many other chairs we tried. Check to see if this cheap chair is what you need. Moon Chair
Comfort : Moon Chair
The Moon Lence chair is comfortable because the seat is big, and there are no edges that pinch. The back is high, about the shoulder blades of the 5’8″ tester, so it doesn’t cut into the skin. The seat height of 9″ on this chair is one of the highest we found. Only the tallest people will have to bend down to get into the chair, and to stand up from a small squat is easy.
Even though this chair is most comfortable, it has a few problems. Leaning on the seatback is mostly relaxing, but how it leans back hurts your neck. We put things in order. The high seat makes it easier to get in and out, but when you’re cooking on the ground, you have to lean forward for a long time and are more likely to fall over.
Mesh panels on the sides and upper back of the Moon Lence make it a great choice for summer camping trips and BBQs. The chair is comfortable, and it did better than average in our tests. We’ve had better seats, but this one wasn’t too bad. Moon Chair
Size & Weight : Moon Chair
The Moon Lence is an average size. It weighs 29 ounces, which is about right for a tent-style chair. However, when it’s packed, it’s 4.5″ x 4.5″ x 13.5″, which makes it hard to fit in the side pocket of most backpacks. Moon Chair
The sizes don’t sound big and are about the same as other small, lightweight versions we tested. However, the Moon Lance’s big plastic hubs take up its stuff bag, while others are easy to squish and fit into a pack pocket. This chair can fit in the side storage of some packs, but not many. The Moon Lence folds up small and is light enough to carry in a car or day bag if you want a small camp chair for the front country. Moon Chair
Stability : Moon Chair
Most tent-style chairs we looked at had a base with four legs about the same size. The Moon Lance has a similar-sized base, but we were happy with its stability when it was sitting still and moving quickly. Moon Chair
Strong wheels, strong poles, and a tight-fitting cloth. These features make you feel like you’re sitting on a strong chair instead of one that bends and makes you feel like you might break a pole if you lean over to get your pack or drink.
The rounded rubber feet are bigger than those on other versions we tried but not enough to affect stability on soft ground. If you don’t want this chair to sink and fall over, don’t put it on loose sand or wet soil. Moon Chair