by CameronDfromLight but noisyOverall it is a great pad and very comfortable, the pad is also nice and light for packing in. The two things I don't like is how noisy the pad is, and the pump that came with it is weak and takes FOREVER to fill the pad. Good old fashioned lung strength is far faster.
Date published: 2014-07-11
Rated 2out of5
by NancarrowfromNice features but NOISY!Everything about this pad seems excellent. Lightweight, sturdy build, easy to inflate, comfortable, etc. BUT, I am returning the product because it is WAY too NOISY when you shift or move on it while sleeping. It sounds like I'm laying on a pile of crunchy dried leaves... all night long, loud crunching and crinkling sounds makes for a very poor sleep. Can't figure out why it makes this noise, but it is extremely annoying and does not work. I bought the Nemo Cosmo insulated instead, and it is 100% quieter, with same quality build, comfort, and even easier to inflate with built in foot pump.
Date published: 2014-06-02
Rated 4out of5
by yetibikerfromExcellent ProductI picked this product up in Arizona for a trip out to the Gila National Wilderness for a trip on the CDT and have to say so far so good. Light, strong, long for my (6ft 6in) frame. Construction well made, easy to set up.
Pros - light weight, strong, easy to deflate and easy to inflate
Cons - Air valve does not inflate to proper percentage so I have to breathe into it.
Date published: 2014-04-23
Rated 5out of5
by The AppalachianfromWarm and ComfyI have had this pad out for about 25 nights. It is really comfortable and insulating. I have used it down to -5F on top of snow. It reflects heat well and insulates as the snow wasn't melted under me the next morning. It seems durable and I haven't had any problems but I also always use a piece of Tyvek under me. I see someone else said it is loud. It does have mylar in it which is emergency blanket material so it does crinkle. I cannot say it has ever hindered my ability to sleep though. I have slept on a BA Qcore and prefer the horizontal air tubes. The air pump is good for getting a fire going and blows up the pad above freezing no prob. At 0F it does not blow up the pad. It packs down to just smaller than a two liter bottle.
Date published: 2014-06-09
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