Greetings, I recently had the pleasure of meeting Gregg Evans, Formerly of Full Throttle Camping. He and his lovely wife were set up as venders at the Stanley Stomp. Gregg has separated from his former partner and is getting his new business, Greggs A-List, off the ground. Among other products, Gregg had Helinox chairs and there were a couple set up to try as demos. Now, I am not a small guy and I did not want to mail order one of these chairs only to be disappointed by breaking it with my generous self. I asked if I could sit in one expecting a questionable response, but he said sure, no problem. So I tried it and surprise!, not only did it hold me but it was comfortable... And I thought it would be hard to get up from, but it wasn't bad at all. Now, I am on my second Kermit chair... The Wide or Big Boy chair and I love it... but I have had to make a couple repairs and it has a hard time staying together. They are going to make it right but I couldn't be without a chair while I send it in. Problem solved. I bought the Helinox Chair One from Greggs A-List. You can too without having to catch him at an event by visiting: www.squareup.com/market/<wbr>greggs-a-list The Helinox Chair One is backed by a lifetime replacement guarantee just like the Kermit. The chair is $89.95 which seems expensive until you realize that this chair weighs only 2 pounds and packs up very small Packed size is 14"X4"x5" and is rated to 320 pounds. The more I use it the more I like it. I have thoroughly tested it on uneven terrain, hills and with my full weight on it. I have NOT taken it easy on this chair.... I was hoping that if I was going to be able to make it fail I would do it right then and there so I wouldn't have to ship it... but it just keeps standing up. The seat does not dig into my legs or shoulders and I really enjoy the rocking action better than a rigid chair. At first this was a bit discerning, but now I really like it. Here are a few load testing pics... Full weight, no problem.. Compare to a more normal size sitter... I also discovered a few un-documented features... The stuff sack doubles as a handy cooler, easily holding a few cold beverages and ice. My coffee cup hangs off the seat by the handle... no need for a cup holder. So there you have it.... The Helinox Chair One is Fisherman abuse tested and it passed. If you are in the market please give Greggs A-List a try... you will be glad you did and tell him I sent you. He and his wife are great people and I believe they will offer you the same great service and support after the sale that they did me. www.squareup.com/market/<wbr>greggs-a-list You can also check them out on Facebook and give them a like to keep posted on their products and services... https://www.facebook.com/pages/Greggs-A-List/147823531954 Thanks for reading and I hope this helps those who like me were on the fence about getting one of these chairs.