This cot is reasonably sturdy and, while not in the slightest bit comfortable for someone 6' tall and 190 pounds, it offers a survivable night's sleep. Two important problems, however, of which you should be aware: 1) Although the swing-out legs offer good stability while you're sleeping, they do not really lock into place. If someone moves the cot without understanding this, they will collapse the moment weight is put on the unit. That's unsafe. 2) If you were thinking of using this unit with the Kamp Rite Single Inflating Pad, as some of the literature seems to suggest -- thing again. It does not work. The pad is designed for use on a flat surface. The Kwik Cot fabric support has a pronounced dip. Using the Kamp Rite pad on this cot will not only create a weird, hot mattressy bubble around the sleeper, it will also ruin the pad.
This cot is easy to setup or takedown
I have not used it for camping but I used for an extra bed when I had several family members over for my daughter's wedding I used one of my self inflating camp mattress with it and my family said it was very comfortable and liked it was up High.
So no crawling up off a floor mat
Bought this for camping. I am a big guy, 275, 6'3". This cot easily and comfortably supports my ample frame. Easy to set up and take down and re-bag. The bag itself could be a bit more heavy duty, but it serves the purpose. As long as you are not in a great hurry, take your time and use the velcro straps to pull the cot tight after folding, its no problem to get back in the bag. It is no lightweight, so if you plan to backpack in to your camp sight this might not be for you. This cot seems to be quality constructed throughout. I am pleased and would recommend this item to anyone.