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Key featuresexpand_more

  • 30mm deep, diamond cut foam
  • Non-slip silicone grip
  • Quick release push valve - fast inflation and deflation
  • Durable nylon ripstop
  • Carry bag and repair kit included
  • Weight: 650g
  • Pack size (cm): 27 x 14
  • Dimensions (cm): 183 x 51

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Overall rating

4.08 out of 5
12 reviews
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4 out of 5

Ok - but not the best

Inflates/ deflates well. Not too heavy but quite big for pack size when wild camping. Has no R rating and have only ever used this on summer wild camps and wouldn’t use this on late autumn/ winter wild camps as would be too cold. I find I slip off this mat quite a lot but could be due to the material of my sleeping bag too.

4 out of 5

Needs help to inflate but very comfortable

No matter how long I leave the mat to inflate by itself it never really seems to go up much. But this is easily remedied with a few manual breaths and once this is done it's very comfortable and insulating. Did well down to -3C but wouldn't push it much further as if you're a side sleeper like me your hip bones might compress it a bit too much to stay warm on the pressure point.
Packs down small and quite lightweight.

4 out of 5

Takes a little while...

Takes a little while to inflate but once it has, it is comfortable. Yet to use outside but don’t imagine having issues with it.

4 out of 5

Absolutely terrible, barely inflates

Bought this a year and used a few times. It takes ages to inflate and never seems to actually fully inflate. When you try to blow in air yourself it just comes straight back out. Super uncomfortable to sleep on and barely acts a cushion between you and the ground. Wouldn't recommend to anyone.

4 out of 5

As I hoped it...

As I hoped it would be. Great

4 out of 5

Amazing!

I was very sceptical that this would provide enough support but somehow it does. We've previously taken air beds that you have to pump up, but they don't provide very even support; these somehow do. Even though they're only maybe 3cm thick, when your body weight is spread across the mattress, it still keeps you off the hard floor. Surprisingly, even without adding extra air by blowing into the valve, it's firm enough to sleep on after five minutes auto-inflating! We'll continue using these in future, definitely.

4 out of 5

Slept better than the others, can't fault it

Bought this in 2018 for a 2 month trip in South America and now I brag about it. It is super easy to inflate, whenever we camped I opened it out straight away as it self inflates for the most part just add a few extra blows before locking the air in and going to sleep. Didn't deflate when I went to sleep or woke up in the morning. Kept me warm from underneath, the other 2 I shared a tent with always said I slept like a baby and they woke up cold from their inflatable and roll matt. Camped for about 4 out of the 8 weeks up to evaluation of 4600m. Small and lightweight, would recommend

4 out of 5

Very packable

Right up there with my old seatosummit mat which costs nearly twice as much, yet even more packable. That said the materials feel a lot flimsier and you lose a good 20mm in thickness which is going to impact how soft you can leave this mat and therefore just how comfy! Just spotted in Millets (don't worry they are owned by blacks nowadays) £31 which snapped 1 up given it still feels like a nice mat. Haven't tried yet but had a little test on millets floor which didn't go down too well but more importantly I think it should be fine! Shall update for sure with some toxic comments if bad! HEHEHE

4 out of 5

Goods as described. Light but not used yet so can’t say more.

4 out of 5

Just what I wanted compact, great quality you would expect from berghaus and comfortable ideal for back packing and travelling light.

4 out of 5

Can't comment on quality as not used it yet, but initially seems very good.

4 out of 5

The mat is quite narrow and looking at other brands they all seem the same width, not sure how a larger person would manage on these mats as one turn and your off onto the cold ground.

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