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Not warm but a good loaner for summer backpacking! My $160 only weighs one ounce less but it's made for cold weather. Thanks op
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10% bad 1-star reviews. The positive reviews looks pretty fake... Price is cheap though if your expectations are low. (or if you get lucky and don't get a dud)
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10% bad 1-star reviews. The positive reviews looks pretty fake... Price is cheap though if your expectations are low. (or if you get lucky and don't get a dud)
dud meaning one that leaks? Is that common?
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10% bad 1-star reviews. The positive reviews looks pretty fake... Price is cheap though if your expectations are low. (or if you get lucky and don't get a dud)
Actually, there are zero reviews for this pad. All of the reviews are for the other 3.5lb "large" pad. I passed on this once I figured that out. $24 isn't cheap for a potential paperweight.
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I was shopping for a mat over the holidays. Your money is well spent for the more expensive models. This model is "worth it" if you're using this once or twice a year. If you're camping any more than a night get a better one. REI branded ones have great value attached to them.
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This pad looks cheap...which is fine if you're backup is sleeping in the back seat of the car, but if you're 3 days from civilization and the thing fails, you get 3 horrible nights sleep, but you did save a few bucks.
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what's the best sleeping pad? Klymit V?
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what's the best sleeping pad? Klymit V?
Oh yeah, love mine.
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Oh yeah, love mine.
Klymit V was recently on sale at amazon for 33.xx. Now near 45 but still a better value.
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Anyone recommend a full size option for 2 people to sleep on?
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Actually, there are zero reviews for this pad. All of the reviews are for the other 3.5lb "large" pad. I passed on this once I figured that out. $24 isn't cheap for a potential paperweight.
"One star, does not hold papers down in more than 3mph gusts. Total ripoff!"
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For $24, I wouldn't risk buying this unknown brand. a Klymit is only a few dollars more and I LOVE my V2!
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Actually, there are zero reviews for this pad. All of the reviews are for the other 3.5lb "large" pad. I passed on this once I figured that out. $24 isn't cheap for a potential paperweight.
Good catch! Yeah, these promos almost always are for paid shill posts, junk, with deceptive practices
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what's the best sleeping pad? Klymit V?
Really depends on your needs. Some are warmer and/or more comfortable than others and are potentially bulkier/heavier, some work better with people that sleep on their back but not so much on the side, some are easier to inflate than others, etc etc. I have an Exped SynCell down mat that's served me well as a side-sleeper camping st 12k+ feet for weeks. It inflated with a pump-less airbag so I didn't have to huff and puff at high altitude. Before that I had a Nemo Astro insulated pad that I slept on for 200+ nights. I only had to patch it once. I inflated it manually and it started getting kinda weird inside after collecting moisture from my breath and stuff. IIRC I got one off campsaver and another off Sierra trading post. Both sites are worth watching for deals. I got pads for less than 70 bucks each. Well worth it, used the crap out of both.

I wouldn't even bother with this one given that I already have good equipment. I might even feel bad keeping it as a loaner cuz getting a cold, shitty night of sleep sucks and that's not how I would want to introduce anyone to camping/backpacking. But, it's better than nothing.

Haven't tried Klymit yet but from what I've heard it's the best option on a budget.
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