Compass 360° Swivel Stool

$ 69.95

Color: Sea Black

The Compass 360° Stool is your new favorite travel companion. It packs down small, so you can take it everywhere you go. The Compass 360° Stool rotates a full 360 degrees, allowing for adventure from any direction. The Compass 360° is right at home around the campfire, at your favorite fishing hole, a soccer game, and truly anywhere the road takes you. Perfect for glassing terrain at vantage points and spotting game from afar with binoculars or spotting scopes.


  • 360° rotating swivel action
  • Low to the ground for added stability
  • Includes carry bag with integrated shoulder/hip sling
  • Super easy setup
  • Foam padded seat for added comfort
  • Lifetime Warranty

Tech Specs:

  • Weight: 1.0 lbs
  • Seat Height: 15 inches
  • Capacity: 260 lbs
  • Folded Dimensions: 11 x 3 x 3 inches
  • Setup Dimensions: 15 x 12.5 x 12.5 inches
  • Materials: 450D Polyester, 7000 series aluminum frame
Hammock Warning

Customer Reviews

Based on 100 reviews
Customer (Santa Monica, CA)
Great chair, but get 2!

Love this chair! Should’ve gotten 2 though because it’s too good of a chair. I rarely get to sit in it when I bring it out because everyone wants a piece of it. I especially love the 360 swivel!

Matt (Seattle, WA)
Great for Bikepacking

Small, compact, and better than sitting on a rock, glad I added this to my kit.


Great product, I serve in the military and I wanted something small for my gear bag that could handle my weight plus my vest with plates and ammo. It does the job and is comfortable. I saw a lot of post saying its too short but I am 6ft and I think it's perfect.


Wow! Love it! Need another.

K.H. (Columbia, PA)
I modified it to be the perfect bird photography chair

Pay attention Grand Trunk: it is a very good, perhaps even great chair for bird photography. But it wasn't perfect. The problem was that on softer ground or sand, the chair sinks too much to be a stable platform. I'm not a heavy guy either - 5'10" and 185.

I fixed it though. I bought a second chair, carry just the extra chair seat, and removed the plastic feet from the legs. In this way I can attach the second seat to the legs for one big foot that will not sink. There are still a few issues: the extra seat will not fold up into the bag and it could be made from less material (and without the extra storage netting) for the lightest weight. If Grand Trunk were to manufacture and include a cloth foot for this application, while adding just enough dimension to the bag for all components, this chair would go to the head of the class - World Class.