Featuring the same collapsible pole technology found in many backpacking tents, the Helinox Cot One Convertible has sprawling dimensions but is compact and lightweight.
The cot utilizes durable DAC aluminum single-pole construction and breathable mesh to create supportive comfort while making set up easy. The in-use dimensions of the cot are 74.8" x 26.8" and it sits 6.7" off of the ground. The Cot One Leg Converter Kit (12 pieces) allows you to lift the sleeping base further from the ground to create a high cot. NOTE: The kit is sold separately.
After a comfortable night of sleep, simply stow the Helinox Cot One Convertible away in the zippered storage bag (21.3" x 6.3" x 6.3") with convenient grab handles.
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- Lightweight, durable, folding camp cot
- Simple, strong design is easy to set up
- Handles create tension when closed
- Storage bag with zipper closure and grab handles included
- Converts into high cot with purchase of Helinox Cot One Leg Converter Kit (sold separately)
Best Use Camping Item Weight Packed weight: 5.1 lbs
Skin and Frame: 4.8 lbs
Dimensions 74.8" x 26.8" x 6.7" Other Storage Bag Included Warranty Limited Lifetime Type Collapsible Camping Cot Packed Size 21.3" x 6.3" x 6.3" Capacity 320 lbs
Real Customer Reviews
Likes: Lightweight. Strong. It's a cot, not a California King heated memory foam mattress with adjustable anti-snore options. It does what it's supposed to do. Does it well and with authority. Surprisingly large and comfy. Place a sleeping mat and sleeping bag on it and you're camping in luxury. Set up is super easy and taking it down is a cinch. It folds up nicely and stores in its pouch conveniently. Under 5 lbs (I have an old army cot that is smaller than this and weighs at least 4 times this and still doesn't hold up to the Helinox in any way).
Dislikes: None. Helinox makes legit stuff that works extraordinarily well. I'm a stickler for the good stuff. I have four of these (yep! 4!). One for myself, my wife, and my two boys. These are for life.
- This is the one to get if you're a big guy!
Likes: Easy to setup, not too heavy, and quite comfortable even for a relatively big guy (6'1", 230lb).
Dislikes: None so far.
- Good value
Likes: Easy set up good quality
Dislikes: A lot of money but you get what you pay for
- A great piece of outdoor gear. Easy to assemble and dismantle, comfortable to sleep on and most of all looks great!
Likes: Locking mechanism is sturdy and well designed.
Dislikes: The surface of the cot tends to gather stains easily but can be easily wipe off with a wet cloth.
- HELINOX COT ONE CONVERTIBLE
Likes: It was used by my mother for beach, but it is very comfortable and very light. Unfortunately, the delivery fee is not free. The area is Hawaii. I will recommend it to friend.
- Ultimate camping comfort
Likes: I purchased this cot with the extra legs to make it 15" high. I was worried that it would be too narrow, but it fits a 26" Exped mattress perfectly. There is no sag in the center of the very tight top surface of the cot, so the edges of the mattress aren't pushed up along the sides. I use it with the Exped Synmat 3D-7. This cot plus this mattress is the most comfort you can possibly get in a tent. With the extra legs, there is no other cot on the market that offers so much comfort for so little weight and small packed size.
When I put the cot together the first time, it was quite difficult to close the levers due to the high tension on the top. I left it up for 4 days and when I assembled it the next time it was much easier. The cot fits easily in my kayak hatch, bringing a new level of comfort to paddle camping. The 12 legs add negligible extra bulk, and they fit it the bag with the cot.
LIKES: Assembles easily (the second time). The legs snap in easily. The cot can be assembled in about 3 minutes, plus 1 minute for the 12 legs. Very taught surface makes a good flat base for a mattress. The cot is very stable over the length and has only minor movement side to side. Easily supports my weight.
Dislikes: These are minor. Without the extra legs, older people may find it hard to get on and off the 6.7" high cot. It takes a slight bit of tugging to remove the legs. And then there's the price, of course---worth it if you camp a lot and are picky about your comfort, as I am.
- easy to use
Likes: easy to assemble and disassemble it
Dislikes: it would be great if the cot is wider.
- Support, comfort, and roomy
Likes: EZ set-up, comfortable, 325 lb. weight limit, stable. Optional risers for a cot higher off the ground.
- Lightweight easy to put together
Likes: Lightweight good for car camping. Decent pack size.
Dislikes: Price it's expensive.
Likes: Incredibly light. Very comfortable, giving sleep surface. Roomy. Easy to set up and tear down, very intuitive. Super clever engineering.
Dislikes: None so far!
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