Microlite 1400 Sleeping bag was £79.99
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Microlite 1400 Sleeping bag was £79.99

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Found 25th Dec 2013
was £79.99, now £34.99, use code SALE10 for 10% off, and quidco for another 7% off

after one for a tripe to Peru next year, cheapest so far

Mountain Warehouse
- Obidashi

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"after one for a tripe to Peru next year"

That must take some guts!

Original Poster

haha, tell ya my guts smell like tripe after all that christmas food lol

Banned

I bought a north face one looks exact same for £80

Banned

Don't know if I'd buy 1 to put tripe in to ..What's that Christmas tuna called now ? ....jingle bells jingle bells

Use code
MWCO15 or AW13AMB or AW13WEB for 15% off, comes out at 29.74 then quidco 7%

I can see how to get it for 29.74 click and collect but the original post seems wildly inaccurate.

omgpleasespamme

I can see how to get it for 29.74 click and collect but the original post … I can see how to get it for 29.74 click and collect but the original post seems wildly inaccurate.

I think they may have included possible quidco discount in the price

Original Poster

Yea think I worked out the quidco sorry folks, it's only pence

Original Poster

my quidco tracking email says

Purchase Amount: £26.24
 
Cashback Amount: £1.84

how do i use more than one code?

Just hope you never have to return this as mountain warehouse are a nightmare.

Jeez, wouldn't like to risk my life or enjoyment of a trip on kit like this, no warranty if it craps out on you abroad, unlike many other brands with a worldwide presence, (store your kit receipts on your mobile) .
Nor is it really showing any detail as to types of material used, stitching, baffles etc.

potential "mug buy" please take a look at this page from my daughters cub scout site & read up as to what the hell you should know about a sleeping bag, buy a good on & be cosy, buy a duff bag & come a cropper.

HERE

The description AGAIN on that awful website is totally lacking, mountain warehouse is merely an argos department store of camping materials of the lowest order, no substantial information so how can you trust the kit they tend to sell?

MR GUS

Jeez, wouldn't like to risk my life or enjoyment of a trip on kit like … Jeez, wouldn't like to risk my life or enjoyment of a trip on kit like this, no warranty if it craps out on you abroad, unlike many other brands with a worldwide presence, (store your kit receipts on your mobile) .Nor is it really showing any detail as to types of material used, stitching, baffles etc. potential "mug buy" please take a look at this page from my daughters cub scout site & read up as to what the hell you should know about a sleeping bag, buy a good on & be cosy, buy a duff bag & come a cropper.HEREThe description AGAIN on that awful website is totally lacking, mountain warehouse is merely an argos department store of camping materials of the lowest order, no substantial information so how can you trust the kit they tend to sell?


Cant understand how this got hot.
Cheap rubbish in Mountain Warehouse.
This cheap bag has a better spec
http://www.fieldandtrek.com/gelert-pinncle-400-sleeping-bag-789314
Review
gelert.com/exp…bag

Edited by: "andy5and" 26th Dec 2013

i bought it and now i feel horrible because of the comments

Original Poster

cheers for the feedback guys, will do some reading, as for refunds, stamp and scream lol

Basically, until proven otherwise (ie by numerous outdoor experts, be it sport or backwoods types) that this stuff can leave you stiff in a box, NO PROPER TECHNICAL DATA, on much of their kit, ..period, therefore RRP's are decided by a firm to suggest what it should cost, "cough" without realistic data to back it up.

Here is an imaginary cream scone from morrisons I recommend a rrp of £11.99 ..it has no bearing on reality!

Look at brands like snugpak perhaps, try out a sleeping bag so you know what works with you, & really importantly learn how to do it up repeatedly without it snagging COLD hypothermic nights! ..a quality zip & zipper are worth a few quid in themselves, as is the baffle design around a zip, the way stitching holds material clear of your zipper, double insulated footbox section etc.

ultimately though if you cannot identify decently designed & proven models for something you may rely on to keep yourself functioning do some legwork as to real life requirements & your body fit instore in a liner, rather than the say so of bored sales people.

I don't buy from folk who won;t let me at least mess around in a sleeping bag instore, they clearly aren't worth their salt.




Full of Christmas spirit on this thread :-(

danny_1968

Full of Christmas spirit on this thread :-(



What does "christmas spirit" have to do with this? the rrp is tosh, the bag is pretty naff (else thy'd have been yelling about the specification, therefore 1/2 price of a fairyland story rrp & a bag-o-crap is still a bag-o-crap.

deal site.

rafiafaiz1

i bought it and now i feel horrible because of the comments

these are only some peoples opinion, don't let it put you off, it may well suit your needs.

Original Poster

got a refund no.questions asked, also didn't take into account the discount so im 10% up (£3.50)

I have one of these, think it was £34 or something in store. I've had loads of sleeping bags over the years and spent silly money on some but i reckon i've never been warmer than in this one. Take a punt, i did and its a belter.
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