|LuxuryLite UltraCot in the bag|
|All the parts again|
|Same parts again...|
|Side poles, top cover, and parts|
|Poles put together|
|All the poles put together laying on top of the cover|
|The poles put on the cover|
|Cot put together resting on the poles|
Here's a video of how to put it together. I have enough poles for two poles at each position, which keeps the cot about 4" off the ground.
-Allows user to set up camp on any surface.
-Easy to carry
This piece of equipment, while not required, makes a big difference when camping. It allows the user to set up camp on any surface...concrete, sand, an incline, rocky, uneven, etc., because the cot allows the person to adjust to an incline or avoid the uncomfortable aspect of any surface that's not flat or not grass. Is this an extra that may not be needed? Yes. It is, however, IMHO, worth the cost when considering saving money on motels and saving my back on the hard ground. I am not young any more, so this helps and I like it. Worth the weight on a bicycle trip. Makes for a comfortable night's sleep.
Ok, a tune to get out of here with...The Temptations singing their signature song, "My Girl"...learned to dance to this one as a teen.