Sonik SK-TEK Levelbed Bedchair

Giving you a completely flat profile, the Sonik SK-TEK Levelbed features centre and shoulder lumbar support on a robust, six-leg steel and aluminium frame, with adjustable legs and swivel mud feet that ensure you can get a completely stable set up on any kind of bankside terrain.

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Giving you a completely flat profile, the Sonik SK-TEK Levelbed features centre and shoulder lumbar support on a robust, six-leg steel and aluminium frame, with adjustable legs and swivel mud feet that ensure you can get a completely stable set up on any kind of bankside terrain.

With a wide padded pillow and fleece lining, this is a warm, comfortable bedchair that will enhance your fishing all year round. Crafted from 600 denier material, with PVC backing, this bed chair is designed to be tough and easy to clean.

A lock-out system on all legs ensures that you enjoy complete stability, while twin fold out mesh side pockets provide handy storage for your valuables and smaller angling essentials. The bedchair also features twin bracket folding to allow easy sleeping bag storage, minimising the space taken up on your barrow.

Key Features

  • Robust 6-Leg steel and aluminium frame - 100% flat profile
  • Centre and shoulder area lumbar support
  • Wide padded pillow and fleece lining
  • HD 600D PVC backed SK-TEK camo material
  • Lock-out system on all legs
  • Twin fold-out mesh pockets
  • Adjustable legs with large swivel mud feet
  • Twin bracket folding to allow sleeping bag storage
  • Assembled: W 210cm x D 80cm x H 34-48cm
  • Transport: 76cm x 80cm x 26cm
  • Weight: 9.6kg
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