Helinox Chair Two Rocker Product Review and Customer Ratings

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Introduction

Helinox Chair Two Rocker is one of my favorite rocking camp chairs in the market. It’s lightweight, it’s portable, it’s versatile. In this product review, I will list the pros and cons of this lightweight rocking chair, will mention key features, and who is this chair good for. If you wish to jump right into this product’s score, scroll down, and check the review box.

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Quick Facts about This Rocking Chair

Best Use: Backpacking, bikepacking, hiking

Technology: Removable rocking legs

Product Description

helinox rocking chair two

This rocking camp chair was built with backpackers in mind. It’s lightweight and gives you a perfect place to relax. Helinox Chair Two has removable rocking legs so when you are in a place that you can’t rock, you can easily remove them and use it as a stationary camping chair. This chair’s high-back gives you more comfort and the chair comes with a carrying bag that can be attached to this high-back to achieve maximum comfort. Carrying bag is made from UV-resistant and ripstop material and both the chair seat and the bag can be washed.

Key Features and Specs

  • Foldable (Portable)
  • Very easy setup
  • Supports up to 320 lb (145 kg)
  • Open size: 33.1 x 25.6 x 21.7 inches
  • Folded size: 23.6 x 7.1 x 5.1 inches
  • Seat Height: 13.4 inches
  • Unit weight: 4 lbs. 1 oz. / 1.85 kg
  • Removable rocking legs
  • Comes with carrying bag
  • Carrying bag can be used as a pillow

Good fit / Bad fit for

As a backpacker/bikepacker, I fell in love with this rocking camp chair immediately. It’s so light and the packed size is quite small. It is really comfy and durable, too. However, just like all other lightweight stuff on the market, this rocking chair is also pricey. So, if you are thinking about buying a chair for car camping or music festivals where the weight of the chair is not a big issue, you don’t have to pay this much.

Removable rocking legs turn this rocking camp chair into a regular camp chair. This feature is unique and quite versatile. This makes it possible to use the chair on softer grounds like sand or snow where you can’t normally use a rocking camp chair.

If you are a big fella, unlike me, you are lucky with this chair. It supports up to 320 pounds and it does not have armrests. A problem is, Helinox Chair Two Rocker is a low chair and if you have trouble standing up, this can be an issue for you.

If you are a parent, and need a rocking camp chair to use while your child’s playing soccer or baseball, or you want to bring a chair to a music festival, this camp chair might be overpriced for you as it has features that you probably do not need.

One feature that I like the most when using a rocking chair on my backyard is bottle holders. This one does not have a bottle holder or organizer caddy. If I’m trying to watch a football game in my backyard and can’t put my beer anywhere, that’s a problem for me. If you are looking for a rocking chair to use in your backyard, I’d suggest you read other product reviews on my website.

Comparison to similar Portable Rocking Camp Chairs

Helinox Chair Two RockerGCI Outdoor Freestyle RockerREI Co-op Kingdom Rocker
Weight, lb (kg)4 lbs. 1 oz. / 1.85 kg11.8 lb (5.4 kg)14 lbs. 4 oz. ( 6.4 kg)
Cup holdersNoYesNo
Frame MaterialDAC AluminumPowder-coated steelPowder-coated steel
Folded size (cm)6 x 24 x 6 in
(16.5 x 62 x 16.5 cm)
25 x 4.9 x 34.8 in
(63.5 x 12.5 x 88.5 cm)
28 x 28 x 6 inches
(71 x 71 x 15 cm)
Open Size (W x D x H), in (cm)34 x 24.5 x 25.5
(87 x 55 x 65 cm)
24 x 25 x 34.8 in
(61 x 623.5 x 88.5 cm)
24 x 29 x 33 in
(60 x 73 x 83 cm)
Capacity lb (kg)320 lb (145 kg)250 lb (113.6 kg)300 lb ( 136 kg)
Seat Height13.4 inches ( 33 cm)19.7 in (50 cm)13.5 inches (34 cm)
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Ike Couth
Writing gear reviews, camping stories, and poetry since 2010.