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  • Aluminum / steel tubing delivers superb strength; rugged powder-coated frame holds up to years of use
  • Plushly padded, quilted top is made from quick-drying, water-resistant polyester fabric
  • Oversized feet accommodate uneven ground and are designed for use inside a tent
  • 3 sets of legs provide excellent support and strength to hold up to 300 lbs.
  • Twist knob sets multiposition back
  • Folding frame packs up small for convenient storage and travel


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Best Use Camping
Unfolded Dimensions 82 x 31.5 x 14 inches
Folded Dimensions 33 x 32 x 8.5 inches
Weight Capacity (lbs) 300 pounds
Cot Material(s) Polyester
Frame Construction Aluminum/steel
Weight 20 pounds
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Extreme Comfort Strictly for car camping. Does not pack up small either like the description on the site states. This is the one bulky, luxury item worth hauling. Amazing no poke, stable, comfortable sleep surface. If you compare this to the Cabela comfort cot you will find that the Cabela cot is made with more durable components and is a bit bulkier and wider. However this cot is equally as comfortable and slightly more streamlined. If you are rough with your stuff and over 210 lbs. go with Cabela's comfort cot. Otherwise this one is of equal quality and comfort and will save you a little space and weight.
Date published: 2015-09-05
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Great for back sleepers This cot is really comfortable for a nap. However, if you like to sleep on your side or stomach, it is not the best option. All the padding makes it really only supportive if you sleep on your back. It's OK as a chair with the back raised, but not super sturdy that way. I'm 5'2" and 125 lbs. Thought I might just be too small for this cot. Maybe if I were bigger, I wouldn't sink into the padding. My husband, 6" 200 lbs, found it comfortable, but the lack of firm support made his back very sore the next day. This cot seems like such a great idea. It has just lost a little practicality in its' execution.
Date published: 2016-07-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Rolls Royce of Cots I cannot say enough about this cot. After years of sleeping on river rock at Reggae on the River, my 40 year old body couldn't take it anymore. My sister and I each picked one of these sweet puppies up and couldn't be happier with every penny spent. It cradles you, supports you just how you like it after adjusting and is sturdy as all get out. Strictly a car camping item, it's big but you know, when if good night's sleep is something you enjoy, you'll embrace the bulkiness of it. Just used it at another festival for a midday nap/lay down under the pop up and all afternoon all we heard was, "oh wow, those are amazing!" So yeah, if you're debating on saving a buck or two, stop. Buy this baby, you won't regret it.
Date published: 2015-10-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very very comfortable, but not light and not small I'm 71 years old and not in love with sleeping on the ground any more, partly becasue I get up so often in the middle of the night to relieve myself, and climbing in and out of the sleeping bag tends to wake me up too much. I have used this cot for many nights indoors visiting my daughter in Colorado, and it's very comfortable and convenient. It folds up nicely to fit in the back of my Subaru Outback. It can also be used as a lounge chair with a locking mechanism that gives you a lot of options for what angle you want to lean back. Seems very well built, very sturdy - I expect to get many years use out of it. I have an REI Kingdom 4 tent, and two of these cots fit inside so my wife and I can camp in luxury.
Date published: 2016-06-27
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Reverse the Nuts! This cot is very comfortable but bulky. The main design flaw is that on the tubular bars (both sides) the nuts face toward the mattress, because the bolts extend past the nuts and have very rough sharp ends they will quickly cut through the fabric and create large holes in the material, not a show stopper but if your a little OCD like me and you pay $150 for an item you would expect this type of issue to have been resolved in design. If you buy I recommend reversing the bolts and having the nuts on the outside.
Date published: 2016-04-07
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Product needs improvement... This product was the most comfortable cot I had ever used. However, the stress bearing components that were used to construct the flexible joints with the multi-position twist knobs are made of plastic. They broke on my cot the 3rd time it was laid out for use and will not allow the center cot legs to touch the ground. Ultimately, the cot will not lay flat anymore, or fold properly. Hopefully, this is a known design weakness that will be addressed.
Date published: 2016-10-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Bolts poke into the mattress The Kingdom Cot is so very comfy and makes for a great night sleep. Obviously they are bulky, and my only real issues is the frame bolts poke into the mattress and tear it. I exchanged my first two cots and on the second set I installed some cap nuts, "acorn nut", to protect the mattress from the sharp bolts. The nuts are M6x1 thread and reasonable prices can be found online.
Date published: 2016-07-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best Cot ever I bought this cot several years. I used it on a four month road trip in the back of my truck. The adjustable legs allowed me to place the cot over the wheel well, giving me all kinds of space. I could store stuff under the the cot. Size is great, by dog is use to sleeping with me and due to the cot being the length of a twin bed, he has space at the foot of the cot. Comfort, it is more comfortable than some hotel beds I have slept on.
Date published: 2016-04-24
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I see that it folds into a chaise, but does the lower leg portion fold down to make a proper chair?

Asked by: Christiaan
The foot of the Kingdom Cot 3 does not fold down to make a lawn chair.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-04-09

Is there a bag for the cot

Asked by: canoeheart
Not when I bought mine.
Answered by: Carljs27
Date published: 2017-01-27

What cot do you recommend for stomach and side sleepers? Would adding a pad help with this cot?

Asked by: homebody
The Kingdom Cot 3 is a great option for stomach and side sleepers as it offers a lot of padding. Adding a sleeping pad to the cot is not necessary as it is already padded.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-04-05

Washing instructions for fabric? Thanks!

Asked by: camperman
We recommend spot cleaning the fabric when necessary. If you do need to wash the entire cot, we recommend washing with a garden hose and a soft cleaning brush with gentle soap and air drying.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-02-27

Does the frame of the cot extend all the way to the foot? I'm asking because the bed of my truck is 78" and the cot is 82'.  The cot would be perfect if foot overhangs  the frame by a few inches, I could then cram it in the truck bed. Thanks!

Asked by: fishcampguide
The actual mattress on Kingdom Cot 3 will hang over the frame by 4 inches at the head and 2 inches at the foot.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2016-12-30

Is there any way to get parts for it? In a freak accident, I sat to close to head end of the cot and the pieces that go into the frame broke on both sides! For what I paid, I need it to last past the forth use!

Asked by: Markus23
​I'm sorry, we do not have replacement parts for this cot.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-04-27

How is this cot different from the previous Comfort Cot?

Asked by: AA of the LB
Both models are very similar but do have some small differences. The unfolded dimensions of the Kingdom Cot are slightly smaller. The Kingdom is about 3 inches closer to the ground. The Kingdom Cot will have a thicker, more plush pad by almost an inch in thickness. Both cots will have the same locking mechanism.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2016-07-19

How do I tighten my comfort cot so it doesn't sag? Is it a matter of untying the knot on the big bungy cord that goes around the edge and pulling it tighter?

Asked by: StephenEd
The shock cord located on the underside can be tightened slightly but we found minimal impact on the actual sagging of the padded comforter.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-04-05
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