The Coleman Kickback Breeze is a low bucket-seat style camping chair without any bells or whistles. It is fairly small and doesn't have the benefit of arms or a drinks holder. So is it actually worth considering for your camping trip? We think so - and here's why.
First and foremost, we loved that the Kickback Breeze was small and lightweight to carry. It comes with a strong carry bag and can comfortably be carried if you need to walk anywhere - a massive plus point for us and for anyone camping a long way from their car.
It's also a very easy chair to set up, with a simple square cross bar base, so it's just a case of pulling it out of its bag and opening it up.
The frame itself is surprisingly strong and sturdy given the relatively small size of the chair - and you can really feel the quality of the fabric. Once set up it does look pretty small and unlikely to be as comfortable as it's armchair style counterparts - but the way it has been designed makes it surprisingly stable and perfect for relaxing.
As an added extra the Kickback Breeze has a pocket at the back of the seat. It took us a while to realise it was there and to be honest it's not a particularly useful feature. We gave it a go and popped some magazines and a book in there, but it felt pretty uncomfortable to have them resting against our backs and a bit of a pain to turn around and fish them out. It was much easier to have our bits on the ground next to the chair.
The Kickback Breeze retails at an rrp £32.99 which is pretty reasonable considering its style and quality. Being small and perfectly formed with a stable base and a relaxing bucket style makes it ideal if you're looking for something lightweight and easy to carry.