Coleman Self-Inflating Mats 70% Off £15 at Blacks
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Coleman Self-Inflating Mats 70% Off £15 at Blacks

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Found 1st Aug 2016
Single and double self-inflating sleeping mats for camping - all 70% off. Available in 5, 7.5, and 10cm thicknesses, starting at £15. I wouldn't want to carry them but they should be very comfortable for car camping.

Use code NEW15 for an extra 15% off, even on sale items and worth trying TCB or Quidco too.

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As of 17:15 1-Aug only the double size 5cm mat is left.
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Good price thanks
That is one fabulous price!
The 10cm are so much more comfortable and warmer than an air mattress and at £18 it's a no brainier for any camper who travels by car but for back packing they are too bulky.

Edited by: "paulandpam1" 1st Aug 2016
superb...been waiting for these at a decent price.. 2 x 10cm + 3 x 7.5cm collect at store £69.85
Can't get the discount code to take off the extra ?
checkley73

Can't get the discount code to take off the extra ?


Worked for me. First time buying direct from them.
eatmorefish

Worked for me. First time buying direct from them.



Says code accepted but doesn't drop the price.
jough

superb...been waiting for these at a decent price.. 2 x 10cm + 3 x 7.5cm … superb...been waiting for these at a decent price.. 2 x 10cm + 3 x 7.5cm collect at store £69.85



How comfy are singles if join them together compared to a double size? As there will be dip where the edge joins, as not flush right angle border of mat.
Ordered. Agree said it accepted the code but price didn't change but still a great price. Thanks op.
Same price at Millets and code worked fine
This is the discount off the RRP, which as we all know is hugely inflated (sorry there was no pun meant there!).

Just a heads up not to get too excited about the "big" discount.
Edited by: "anthony69" 1st Aug 2016
Arstar

How comfy are singles if join them together compared to a double size? … How comfy are singles if join them together compared to a double size? As there will be dip where the edge joins, as not flush right angle border of mat.



wouldn't know only ordered them this morning.. we don't do doubles though, in the Airbeam I quite often sleep in the main living area and in the Tipi 5 singles in a hexagon is the best layout.
anthony69

This is the discount off the RRP, which as we all know is hugely inflated … This is the discount off the RRP, which as we all know is hugely inflated (sorry there was no pun meant there!).Just a heads up not to get too excited about the "big" discount.




yes this is true, realistic prices at a lot of camping stores/amazon/ebay are generally £37-£50 depending on thickness.
Brilliant, thanks OP
Brilliant price for a 10cm SIM. Bought!
Edited by: "tomwatts" 1st Aug 2016
10cm now OOS - I guess you lot got there before me. Still, got a single 7.5cm and a double 5cm to complement the heavier double 10cm Vango one I have had a while. Also grabbed a "family picnic table" @ £65 - 15% as ot's a nice to have and will also be useful at home for BBQs when too may people turn up
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checkley73

Can't get the discount code to take off the extra ?


Sorry to hear that, it worked fine for me last night.
2.3kg is very heavy for a camping matt. Fine if you have a car I guess but no good for hiking or cycle touring. An ideal weight for a self inflating camping matt should be around 500g to 1kg.
Edited by: "supermann" 1st Aug 2016
Just picked up a 10cm mat from Blacks, Leeds @ £18. They got new stock this morning.
W1zz

Just picked up a 10cm mat from Blacks, Leeds @ £18. They got new stock … Just picked up a 10cm mat from Blacks, Leeds @ £18. They got new stock this morning.




Did you have to click and collect or were they that price in-store?
I didn't use click & collect. I just walked in store I'm my lunch break. They were £18 although non on display. Sales assistant said they'd had a delivery this morning.
Edited by: "W1zz" 1st Aug 2016
Bloody hell 3kg for a single self inflating mattress! they must be making them out of lead , i bought a ALPKIT 7.5cm thick wedge mat which weighs a respectable 1kg but even then it's considered a bit heavy for wild camping.I also bought a cheapo double air mattress to take with me to china and that weighed 3.1kg
Edited by: "DARKSABER" 1st Aug 2016
DARKSABER

Bloody hell 3kg for a single self inflating mattress! they must be making … Bloody hell 3kg for a single self inflating mattress! they must be making them out of lead , i bought a ALPKIT 7.5cm thick wedge mat which weighs a respectable 1kg but even then it's considered a bit heavy for wild camping.I also bought a cheapo double air mattress to take with me to china and that weighed 3.1kg



Aye, there is no way this deserves the RRP given how heavy it is. Even a regular Tesco Flocked Double Airbed is 2.75kg and is 15 quid (not even on offer).. although granted it's bigger and the cold air will affect you more on it.

Edited by: "supermann" 1st Aug 2016
supermann

Aye, there is no way this deserves the RRP given how heavy it is. Even a … Aye, there is no way this deserves the RRP given how heavy it is. Even a regular Tesco Flocked Double Airbed is 2.75kg and is 15 quid (not even on offer).. although granted it's bigger and the cold air will affect you more on it.



IF it lasts as long as my coNman burner then its probably not worth even that,9 months of gentle use and it as much use as a wet match.I ended up replacing it with a 70gram Fire-maple which has a very high reputation in china and ever growing one here in the west.

CoNman are a US company that use Chinese OEM rebadged products with there wishy washy quality.If you want to get something that will really last then ALPKIT (British) have a far better reputation and track record on delivering quality goods at reasonable prices.





Edited by: "DARKSABER" 1st Aug 2016
Great deal i bought a 2.5cm for glasto was well impressed with how comfortable it was that cost £30 so a 7.5 for £30 is a steel.
nice
Just got email to say order cancelled, claiming no stock. Sending me the one item I didn't really want.
Anybody tried there's yet? I've found it really disappointing. Uncomfortable and ridiculously slippery under my sleeping bag.
checkley73

Says code accepted but doesn't drop the price.



Did you add any multibuy offers to your basket? It won't work with mutibuys and also removes the discount for all the items in your basket. Code worked for me after I removed the multibuys
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