Some thoughts I’ll pass along on blinds that I’ve learned the hard way over the years while using “portable” blinds.
Just yesterday I bought on sale a 2-man blind with chair from Dicks Sporting Goods for $44.95. I also have and use a 1-man blind with chair and a huge 3 man blind without chair. They each have their good points as well as bad. The blinds with chairs are light and portable, easy to put up and take down. The 1 man is cramped when using big glass and a heavy tripod. The 2- man works well with all but the biggest of glass but a little on the heavy side packing it to a site. Now the large tent can accommodate just about anything you can throw its way but not what I would consider portable. I set that one up on crossing game trails close to home and leave it for the winter. Very sturdy, very roomy, can accommodate any gear you need for a days shoot, plus the largest of chairs. This is my portable house away from home. Some points that you should think about when using any blind. Unlike field shoots where using camo works, wearing all black inside a blind is the way to go, because all/most blinds inside are colored black and you blind in perfectly. Last, location is everything; I scout my spots carefully, setup and leave for a day or two if possible. Did I mention they are also an excellent wind blocker which I found makes life better when the wind is blowing off the mountains where I live and generally setup.
Hope this is of some help.