Lightweight, portable, and collapsible, it’s hard to believe the Pegasus Deluxe Chair from Explore Planet Earth takes form in such a stylish way.
This baby will hold up to 130kg, is fully supported by a simple yet strong 18mm aluminium frame, and packs down to a compact size for easy carrying in the supplied bag. The high back allows you to lean into it with the headrest providing just enough lift and support. Keep your phone or other personal items close in the side pocket, while the 600D PU polyester fabric with mesh panels will keep you nicely ventilated. The Pegasus also features nifty little feet with a winged design that not only protect the legs but help prevent them from sinking into soft ground.
From campsite to courtside to community cook-up, the Pegasus Deluxe Chair from Explore Planet Earth is light and compact enough to keep stashed in your car for many adventures to come!
Durable and strong design
Mesh ventilation panels
Mesh side pocket
Collapsible 18mm aluminium frame
Packs up into a compact size
Carry bag included
76L x 54W x 96H cm
51L x 13.3W x 12.5H cm
Front 45 cm | Bucket 35 cm
600D PU Polyester & Mesh
Does this recline1 answer
And as per the subject, wondering if this reclines. Needs to be good for the old camp dinner on your lap and game of a board game around a table and also for lazing back with a book or for an afternoon nap.
Kim - Cook, ACT (6 months ago)
The chair doesn't recline, it's on a fixed frame as pictured. You can lean back into the chair and will ofcourse be on an angle, otherwise, you can shift your body weight/center of gravity and sit upright, but you won't be supported by the chair back. Hope that helps.
Lauren - Snowys(6 months ago)
Compatible 1 answer
Are the helinox accessories compatible with this chair?
Melanie - Kielvale, NSW(9 months ago)
They're not, unfortunately, the Pegasus has slightly different sizes, dimensions, and frame angles compared to the closest Helinox chairs.
Lauren - Snowys(9 months ago)
Ease of getting out of chair1 answer
Given the Pegasus Deluxe chair is quite low at the back, 35 cm, and the fact it has no arms, how difficult is it to get out of given I have slightly stuffed knees?
Bruce - Sydney, NSW(1 year ago)
I've sat in this chair quite a few times, and whilst its very comfortable, you can recline or adjust easily to sit quite upright. I can't speak specifically to getting out of the chair with bung knees, but I don't feel like too much effort is required to get out of the chair. If you do decide to give this chair ago & its not quite right, you can return it - check out our return policy here. We don understand it hard making decisions without the means to try gear out before hand.