Review By Camper / 2 months ago — Camping Air Mattresses
Did you deactivate your FB? I tried inviting you on a hike.
Great pad and video…
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It'll also keep the condensation out of the pad. Which after time will cause mold. I've had a Thermarest for years and it is definitely moldy on the inside from blowing air into it.
Anytime you have a piece of gear that serves more then one use you have a winner. Looks like Big Agnes has taken a idea and improved it. Like you I did not want to inflate my mattress manually , especially considering the breath moisture that would get in there. Since i have a Neo Air I'm familiar with what Therm-A-Rest offered back many ( to many ) years ago. Therm-A-Rest had the same idea for their NeoAir and it is called a Air Pump ( bag). It's nothing more then a bag you fill with air and force the air into the mattress. I tried the Air Pump a couple of times and being lazy I found a easier way. I purchased a Camp-tex Microburst. It's a handy little battery powered infiltrator that works off of 2 AAA batteries. Even with the battery's installed it weighs 2.3 ounces. It takes about three minutes to inflate the mattress. It will do around 25 inflation's on one set of batteries and I only go for weekdays , Monday to Friday trips.
Do you have a video on your sleep system? You mentioned a quilt, so I assume you dont use a sleeping bag.
I bet you could turn in inside out and use it to gather water for camp also. That would keep the inside dry. Nice review.
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