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OEX Traverse IMX Inflatable Ultra-lightweight Sleeping Mat, Camping Air Bed, Backpacking, Festival Essentials, Camping Equipment, Camping Accessories, Yellow, One Size

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One issue I’ve heard of is moisture from your breath rotting the mat from the inside (obviously over a fairly long period). I thought I’d share this kit list here as it’s something I’d have certainly found helpful when I was getting ready to go! Just connect it to your mat, open the end of the bag and fill with air, twist the top down to inflate the mat. The mat is VERY noisy when you move on it, it woke me up a few time but also kept my friend awake in the nearby tent.

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Reviews will give you a great detail of information and with any luck some of the reviews will have provided information about the quality of OEX Traverse IMX Sleeping Mat. There will be some products that are amazing quality and packed full of additional features or specifications, but do take the time to really get an idea if you need that level of quality or if your budget and needs mean you should get something else. In an ultra-lightweight, durable construction the OEX Traverse IMX Inflatable Sleeping Mat is ideal for expeditions. The compact pack size makes it easy to transport whilst saving valuable space in your bag, so you don’t have to sacrifice a good night’s sleep.

A warmer mat will be much more capable of extended use throughout the year and any weight gain is offset by the need to carry a less warm sleeping bag. However, if you’re still on the fence and want to look at some more options, here are some great alternatives to consider. Reviews are the reason you are here, and they’re unquestionably the most important factor we can use to help us choose a product when you’re not able to test the product for yourself. If you're running a script or application, please register or sign in with your developer credentials here.

Just been looking and they do some with the same weight at my expensive Thermarest Neoair Xlite but far cheaper! If you want a mat adding to the list add a comment at the bottom of the page and I will add it to the the list! Here is a list of some of the popular mats on the market in 2019 and some stats to help you compare the different mats. Trying to find the perfect camping mattress is hard work and comparing different mats is a bit of a minefield.

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There is a cap that stop the air to flow out when breathing in which needs to be maintened by hand when deflating. But - it's not that hard to stick your hand inside to open it up and fill with air, roll the top down a turn or two and run your hand down to inflate. Any recommendations for an inexpensive lightweight inflatable mat that packs down small for bike camping? I’ve had reason to use Alpkit’s warranty on their airmats a couple of times, fortunately not mid tour. Having written that, I had a Thermarest Xlite fail at the seam that needed warrantying by Cascade so they’re not immune either.

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