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  • Lightweight, Comfy & Portable
    Incredibly lightweight and packable, the Klymit V Seat makes it easy to bring comfort with you wherever. Made of 75D polyester that weighs only 2.6 ounces, this pad is durable enough for the backcountry, yet light enough to bring on a long flight or at the office. Klymit's signature V chamber design helps limit air movement inside the seat while in use, and makes it possible to inflate the pad in as little as 2 breaths
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  • Specs
    • Klymit
    • Fabric: 75D polyester
    • Inflation: 2–3 breaths
    • Dimensions, expanded: 14 x 14 x 1 in ( 35.5 x 35.5 x 2.5 cm)
    • Dimensions, packed: 3.5 x 1.5 in (8.9 x 3.8 cm)
    • Weight: 2.6 oz (74 g)
  • Included
    • (2) Klymit V seats
    • Klymit's lifetime guarantee
  • Shipping
    • All orders will be shipped by the vendor.
    • Estimated ship date is Feb 14, 2019 PT.

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Not sure what reviews you have read, but here's my personal experience. Using a Klymit V2 sleeping pad (not the seat cushion in the OP) with a regular foam pad is oodles better than a cot (not to mention lighter for backpacking) or sleeping on just the V2 or just a pad. It does NOT slide around as much as many would think, but if I did have that issue, a simple band/rope on the top and bottom probably would fix that.

As far as the R-rating; no it isn't insulated, but with the V2/foam combo, I've slept down to ~34* just fine outside in my $10 tent. I'm no mountain man either, I'm actually a big baby when it comes to being cold. Point is, Klymit stuff is just fine, and take reviews with a grain of salt because you'll always get the good and the bad in equal flavors.

Lastly, this is only 1.5-2" thick, so stacking will not create a pillow. Since I'm a side sleeper, I need something with 6-8" of support, so the thought of stacking wouldn't work. Ironically, ONWEGO on Amazon sells a big inflatable pillow that I've loved for dirt cheap at $10. Gives tons of height for my needs (like 6-8").
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Anybody know how well these stack up onto a regular sleeping pad from them? Like to serve as a pillow? Do the materials rub up on each other annoyingly?


Edit: Not insulated and a lot of reviews about leaking or being crushed down to uselessness. Pass. If it's not insulated, you don't need this. Just fold up a blanket.
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Anybody know how well these stack up onto a regular sleeping pad from them? Like to serve as a pillow? Do the materials rub up on each other annoyingly?


Edit: Not insulated and a lot of reviews about leaking or being crushed down to uselessness. Pass. If it's not insulated, you don't need this. Just fold up a blanket.
Not sure what reviews you have read, but here's my personal experience. Using a Klymit V2 sleeping pad (not the seat cushion in the OP) with a regular foam pad is oodles better than a cot (not to mention lighter for backpacking) or sleeping on just the V2 or just a pad. It does NOT slide around as much as many would think, but if I did have that issue, a simple band/rope on the top and bottom probably would fix that.

As far as the R-rating; no it isn't insulated, but with the V2/foam combo, I've slept down to ~34* just fine outside in my $10 tent. I'm no mountain man either, I'm actually a big baby when it comes to being cold. Point is, Klymit stuff is just fine, and take reviews with a grain of salt because you'll always get the good and the bad in equal flavors.

Lastly, this is only 1.5-2" thick, so stacking will not create a pillow. Since I'm a side sleeper, I need something with 6-8" of support, so the thought of stacking wouldn't work. Ironically, ONWEGO on Amazon sells a big inflatable pillow that I've loved for dirt cheap at $10. Gives tons of height for my needs (like 6-8").
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Not sure what reviews you have read, but here's my personal experience. Using a Klymit V2 sleeping pad (not the seat cushion in the OP) with a regular foam pad is oodles better than a cot (not to mention lighter for backpacking) or sleeping on just the V2 or just a pad. It does NOT slide around as much as many would think, but if I did have that issue, a simple band/rope on the top and bottom probably would fix that.

As far as the R-rating; no it isn't insulated, but with the V2/foam combo, I've slept down to ~34* just fine outside in my $10 tent. I'm no mountain man either, I'm actually a big baby when it comes to being cold. Point is, Klymit stuff is just fine, and take reviews with a grain of salt because you'll always get the good and the bad in equal flavors.

Lastly, this is only 1.5-2" thick, so stacking will not create a pillow. Since I'm a side sleeper, I need something with 6-8" of support, so the thought of stacking wouldn't work. Ironically, ONWEGO on Amazon sells a big inflatable pillow that I've loved for dirt cheap at $10. Gives tons of height for my needs (like 6-8").
I have their sleeping pad as well and I love it, both by itself and on top of a closed cell foam pad. I was hoping I could use this seat as a pillow over the sleeping pad.

I'm talking about reviews for the seat.
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Used this on the Superior Hiking Trail. At the end of a long day hiking miles anything helps soften that hard bench at the camp site. I'm about 180 pounds and the inflatable pad worked really well. Would I recommend this over a lightweight chair from REI? No, but if you're willing to spend 100 or so on a lightweight hiking chair go ahead but this is a great alternative. That being said I bought a lightweight chair, simply for the reason that I wanted something to lean back on after hiking miles.
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I have their sleeping pad as well and I love it, both by itself and on top of a closed cell foam pad. I was hoping I could use this seat as a pillow over the sleeping pad.

I'm talking about reviews for the seat.
These look to me not tall/thick enough to support the head and neck for comfortable sleep. The shape is also very flat and doesn't have the contour I prefer. I have a Trekology pillow for $15 and it's working well. Also tried a Sea To Summit Aeros but it was noisy and my head slides all over on that thing I returned it.
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Anybody know how well these stack up onto a regular sleeping pad from them? Like to serve as a pillow? Do the materials rub up on each other annoyingly?


Edit: Not insulated and a lot of reviews about leaking or being crushed down to uselessness. Pass. If it's not insulated, you don't need this. Just fold up a blanket.
I don't have this seat cushion, but do not think it will make a comfortable pillow unless your head is shaped like your @ss. I own the Static V2 sleeping pad and also the Travel Pillow X. The pillow cradles your skull whereas the seat cushion is designed to support two pelvic bones. The Travel Pillow X is only $15 on Amazon, so makes more sense to buy if you want a pillow.

Klymit Pillow X Inflatable Camping & Travel Pillow, Red/Gray
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00GP14...sCbMC96DMB

There are other Klymit models with insulation and I have never seen "a lot of reviews" concerning leaking. If it is defective with a leak, it is covered under warranty and can be replaced.
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I have their sleeping pad as well and I love it, both by itself and on top of a closed cell foam pad. I was hoping I could use this seat as a pillow over the sleeping pad.

I'm talking about reviews for the seat.
Ah i gotcha. As mentioned, i don't think this is worth trying to Jerry-rig a pillow when so many cheap and viable options are available.
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Pass on this I had a Klymit branded pillow I ordered a while back from Amazon and it leaked, hole in it somewhere. Won't go back to this MFG. 😗
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Not important with this sale but does anyone know if Massdrop has started charging sales tax in 2019??
In my state it means a few notes for high ticket items.
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Not sure what reviews you have read, but here's my personal experience. Using a Klymit V2 sleeping pad (not the seat cushion in the OP) with a regular foam pad is oodles better than a cot (not to mention lighter for backpacking) or sleeping on just the V2 or just a pad. It does NOT slide around as much as many would think, but if I did have that issue, a simple band/rope on the top and bottom probably would fix that.

As far as the R-rating; no it isn't insulated, but with the V2/foam combo, I've slept down to ~34* just fine outside in my $10 tent. I'm no mountain man either, I'm actually a big baby when it comes to being cold. Point is, Klymit stuff is just fine, and take reviews with a grain of salt because you'll always get the good and the bad in equal flavors.

Lastly, this is only 1.5-2" thick, so stacking will not create a pillow. Since I'm a side sleeper, I need something with 6-8" of support, so the thought of stacking wouldn't work. Ironically, ONWEGO on Amazon sells a big inflatable pillow that I've loved for dirt cheap at $10. Gives tons of height for my needs (like 6-8").
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I bought these on a previous massdrop deal and they are definitely worth the money. I have used them for sports events on metal bleachers and my ass has thanked me every time. No sign of leaks either. I like them a lot better than the foam pads because you can deflate it and it will fit in your jacket pocket.
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