Zulu Chair packs up into a compact size
Dimensions (cm): 52 W x 35 D x 35/65 H
Maximum weight capacity: 130kg
The Explore Planet Earth brand has been around since 2004, not a long time but all in all a pretty good time. We make quality products for traveling, camping, commuting and just getting out and seeing the world. Everything we make is done so with an attention to design and detail!
Explore Planet Earth Zulu ChairBy: David York on 25 August 2019I purchased this for travelling on my motorcycle and car. Perfect for this sort of travel, packs small enough and is very comfortable. Would recommend for this type of travel.
Explore Planet Earth Zulu Chair - Black/OrangeBy: Mick on 20 August 2019great chair but way to heavy for backpacking.
Great design and super designAnonymous 7 June 2019I bought this chair purely because of the compact size, it’s half the size of my sleeping bag when packed away. But I had no idea just how strong it would be as well. It holds up to weight really well and is very stable and comfortable. I really like how low it is, because you can sit around the fire with it and not tower over it. I’ve left it out in the rain many times and it’s still in perfect condition. Just make sure you dry it totally before packing it away... it’s durability makes it too heavy for hiking, but it’s ideal for car/4x4 camping. I love it!!
EPE Zulu Chair reviewBy: Darwin on 5 May 2019Probably the best camping chair I have ever seen. Regular camping chairs are flimsy, weak and oversized making them almost disposable and impossible to fit along everything else in my car. The Zulu is made of steel, super compact and cost effective. I wouldn't cart one around when hiking as the steel is heavier than aluminium. To top it all off, the chair is actually comfortable too especially for its size
Heavy duty hiking chair?By: Lyndon on 10 July 2018If your goal is to set the chair up and leave it there for a period, this chair is brilliant. It's well priced, and heavy duty. However, it is quite heavy, so hiking with it every day would get tiring. Also, the fabric is too tight to stretch easily over the frame. So pulling it down and setting it up each day would be very tedious. I have had it set up for 2 weeks now to try to stretch the fabric, without luck. I'll stick to my Alite for every day use, and keep this for camping out of a car.