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BERGHAUS Peak Self-Inflating Mat

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For the thru-hiker or wild camper the Berghaus Peak Self-Inflating Mat is a lightweight, compact and easy to use mat which uses a diamond cut foam to assure a good nights rest no matter the terrain or the temperature.

Product code: 059268

Key Features

  • 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
Camping, Festival, Hiking / Trekking
BERGHAUS
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Red
Lightweight

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Reviews

Overall Rating

4.2 stars 4.2 / 5 (based on 5 Reviews)
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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.

Q&A (1)

How do you inflate and deflate the mat? There was no instructions with it. Thank you.

10th Apr 2019, submitted by Heather

Hi Heather. Thank you for getting in touch with us about this sleeping mat, these are super simple to use and provide a great nights sleep in the great outdoors. Fist of all unroll the mat so it flat, then there is a push valve at the top corner, push this to open and then let the air flow into the mat. The closed cell foam will expand back to it's inflated size. This may take around 5 minutes , best practice is to do this before pitching your tent and it will be ready for when you are done. Depending on how firm you may like the mat you might want to add a few large puffs of air into it. Once this is done then all you need to do is pop the button shut as it only has two settings of open and closed. When packing and rolling away all that needs doing is opening the valve and roll and squeeze the air out. I hope this helps.

11th Apr 2019
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