SEMOO 2 Person Self-Inflating Camping Sleeping Pads, 190T Polyester Water Repellent Coating Mat with Attached Inflatable Pillow

July 4, 2019 - Comment
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Product Features

  • ❤DURABLE AND COMFORTABLE: Waterproof polyester taffeta, ABS quick flow valve, high-resilience sponge filling. Vigorously massage the pad to expand when first used. For increased firmness, pad can be manually inflated by blowing into the valve. Close valve to maintain firmness.
  • ❤CAN BE A LARGER SLEEPING PAD: two mats can be buckled together to make an extra large sleeping space.
  • ❤LIGHTWEIGHT AND COMPACT: Our sleeping pad comes with a travel-friendly compression sack with straps making it quite convenient to store and carry with you wherever you go. Our sleeping pad offers you extra comfort during your camping but without adding any extra pounds to your backpack
  • ❤100% SATISFACTION GUARANTEE : Each of our inflatable sleeping mats has been through 72-hour leakage inspection before shipping.

Comments

Anonymous says:

Nice mat. Especially good in a hammock. This sleep mat turned out to be a surprise to me. I was not thinking that it would work well in a hammock but figured it was good for tent sleeping. Fortunately, I was wrong. I actually like its use for my hammock more than I would for tent sleeping. It fit the hammock perfectly and the pillow was very useful and did not get away from me as it usually does with a regular blow up pillow. In the tent the pillow is a bit lacking. But that may just be me as I prefer a pillow that I can move around…

Anonymous says:

beware: pillow is useless but is part of the length The pad itself seems well constructed and decently thick. The pillow is uncomfortable at any level of inflation, and be warned that it is counted in the length, so the best way to use the pad is probably to inflate the pillow slightly and then turn it around so it is at your feet rather than your head. Would have been better to leave off the pillow or add extra pad instead.

Anonymous says:

The little mat that could… My little brother is a huge outdoorsman, so much that he prefers sleeping on the cold, hard ground to a soft and squishy bed. (I will never understand.) After a recent visit he was talking about wanting a little mattress to put in the back of his truck bed for an upcoming overnight excursion. Obviously, he’s getting “soft” in his years, but I thought I’d look into something for him. The criteria for me was simple: find something lightweight, small enough to keep in his truck, and simple enough…

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