Roll into the rest area and stretch out under starry skies with the King Goanna Stretcher Series II by Oztent.
Deluxe insulated foam padding and 600 denier polyester material enables you to drift and daydream in bliss, providing a better bedtime on every outdoor getaway. With feasible storage facilities, keep your entertainment close and necessities closer with the mesh bag, plus drink and phone holders for instant access to hydration and those last ‘goodnight’ texts.
The 92cm width, 150kg weight rating, and steel construction enable plenty of room for ruggedness as you shuffle your way into slumber. With its steel square tubing frame, sturdiness and stability are guaranteed – which means that second helping of pudding is too. Its elegant X-leg design means set-up is swift and pack-down is compact, allowing you to be settled with a snag by sundown.
Sized to suit the Oztent RV-4 and Oztent RV-5, your Oztent King Goanna Stretcher Series II is a compatible camping companion too.
Mesh bag, drink and phone holders
Insulated and padded
Over 2m long
Stylish, X-leg structure
150kg weight rating
Steel construction for added strength
Fits in Oztent RV-4 and Oztent RV-5
210L x 92W x 48H cm
210L x 80W cm
111L x 26W x 17H cm
Main 600D Polyester | Side 500D x 500D Ripstop Polyester | Foam Padding
Just wondering what size of swag would best fit on top of this stretcher, 900, 110 or neither?
Kev - Adelaide, SA(4 weeks ago)
The stretcher width is around 92cm wide, so ideally a 900 swag would be the way to go. An 1100 swag would still work, however, there will be quite a bit of overhang on either side. As you'll sleep firmly in the middle of the stretcher its unlikely to affect comfort at all, but the larger size would be unnecessary if you intend to only use with a stretcher.
Lauren - Snowys(4 weeks ago)
Hello! Do you think it would be feasible to use 2 of these strechers, with 2 of the Exped megamat 15 LXW joined with the exped coupler? Or do you think the edges would be too high for that to work? Keen to find a solution to being slightly off the ground. We didn't like the feeling of instability on the queen size strechers so hoping the above will work. Appreciate any advice. Thanks
Daniel - Burpengary East, QLD (4 weeks ago)
The exped mat coupler is designed to keep two mats together on the floor, to stop them from separating when being used as a double. When you are using stretchers there's no need to use a coupler, in fact, it may make the comfort worse by preventing the two mattresses from sitting properly on the individual stretchers. Two single stretchers together is a bit different from one double sized stretcher, there's a much larger gap as the side rails cant join up tightly to one another - your probably looking at a good 15-20cm between them when looking at the functional stretcher fabric section, and that's as close as you can get them. Your best bet, if you are wanting to set up like this, would be to just have the stretchers nested together, each with a mattress on top, and using individual bedding.
Lauren - Snowys(4 weeks ago)
With Exped mat in Oztent RV5+ 1 answer
Hi there, would this 10cm mat fit with this stretcher placed front to back in the Oztent RV5 ? I saw that you advise that the stretcher fits snugly but would it still work with the extra 10cm mat on top and a pillow?
Karen - Mount Gambier, SA (1 month ago)
Unfortunately, it won't - technically the only stretcher that you can fit in with the 10cm mattress on top without touching the walls is the Oztrail Low Stretcher.
Lauren - Snowys(1 month ago)
Comparison to series 11 answer
What are the differences between the series 1 and this series 2?
Andrew - Gold Coast Mc, QLD (5 months ago)
They've upgraded the fabric with different colours and a slightly higher denier, plus they've added the two storage pockets - one on each side.