The Royalcraft helicopter chair looks a very stable choice since it features a crescent shaped base, instead of the more common X-shape.
Unfortunately however, it has been pointed out that the centre of gravity on this helicopter chair is not particularly balanced. Therefore if you are looking for a helicopter chair you can swing on, this is not the one for you!
On the other hand if you are looking for a relaxing (more stationary) garden chair this may be a good choice. As may many of the helicopter chairs listed on our site.
The Royalcraft helicopter chair features a comfortable dark grey bed area and a parasol to shade your face from the sun when you feel the need.
The silver frame of the chair is powder coated so (according to the manufacturer) it can be left outdoors all year round.
It measures D 179 x H 170 x W 115 cm and can hold up to 120 kg in weight.
While all helicopter chairs require some “easy” assembly, it is certainly true that some are easier than others to assemble.
This chair is unfortunately one of the harder ones to assemble and requires a couple of pairs of hands. The assembly instructions are not the best either, according to some.
Overall you cannot deny that the Royalcraft helicopter chair really looks the business, and will certainly look great in any outdoor space.
However if you are planning on purchasing this particular helicopter chair, we recommend that you read the buyers reviews (either in the next tab or on visiting the retailer) first.
All in all, this is a helicopter chair that often divides opinion, some love it and some really don’t!
Royalcraft helicopter chair specifications:
- Weight capacity: 120 kg
- Dimensions: D 179 x H 170 x W 115 cm
- Assembly required