This post was created in partnership with Kuma Outdoor Gear, all opinions are my own.
Sitting around the campfire is going to be a lot warmer, thanks to the Lazy Bear Heated Chair from Kuma Outdoor Gear.
If you’ve been to any RV show here in Edmonton you’re likely familiar with the ridiculously comfortable Big Bear Chair which is made by Kuma Outdoor Gear.
Over the years the company has expanded and now offers an extensive product line of durable and luxury camping gear that includes sleeping bags, tents, tables, and bags just to name a few. They also have a newly released pet product line which you can check out here.
How Does The Lazy Bear Heated Chair Work?
For those that know me well and have been camping with me, they would tell you that I can sit around the campfire for hours and late into the night. Often I admit defeat and go to bed not because I am tired, but because my backside is freezing.
The Lazy Bear Heated Chair uses the exclusive ADDHEAT Control System and is powered by a 10,000 mAh Power Bank (which is included with your chair).
Once your power bank is fully charged, plug it in and secure it in the pocket that is located under the chair. The power button is on the right side of the chair and has a 3-second hold feature for you to turn it on or off.
There are 3 different heat settings for you to choose from which are:
- Low (Green) – 38°C
- Med (Yellow) – 45°C
- High (Red) – 55°C
Depending on the setting that you use the power bank should last 2-6 hours.
Other Features You’ll Love
The Lazy Bear Heated Chair is made out of a 3/4” black tube frame, with a weight capacity of 350lbs. The fabric that is used is also durable ribbed 600D polyester, with padding on the back and armrests and on the side of the chair, you will find an insulated beverage holder and phone pocket.
When it’s time to pack up, the chair has a convenient velcro strap to help keep the chair together. If you’ve ever struggled with putting a chair back into the chair bag, you know the struggle that I am talking about and how useful this is.
The carry bag itself is water repellant, and the carry strap is stitched so that it won’t fray after being used to carry the chair after just a few times.
To see which retailers in and around Edmonton carry Kuma Outdoor Gear you can visit their website for more details.
I can’t wait to camp this summer with my family and hopefully friends, until then I’ll be daydreaming in my Kuma Chair.