• Cam-less flat design
• Hard wearing polyester fabric
• Swivelling mud feet
• Webbing and buckle closing strap
Fox's all new Warrior II 6 Leg Bedchair is an entry-level bed that has been designed to offer unrivalled value for money in its price bracket. The Fox Warrior II 6 Legged Bedchair has a cam-less design and will fold flat, which enables you to use the whole of the bed. It has a bold and flat frame, and has an extra soft padded mattress which offers extreme comfort. The Fox Warrior 6 Legged Bedchair is predicted to be one of Fox's best sellers yet, and has already had some spectacular reviews based on carp anglers who have enjoyed weekends away using this particular bedchair. Take a browse through all of our Fox Bedchairs online today.
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