SIM - Self Inflating 5cm Camping Mat £14.99 @ Aldi
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SIM - Self Inflating 5cm Camping Mat £14.99 @ Aldi

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Found 22nd May 2016
Seems like a good price for a 5cm SIM to me,as 2.5cm versions are this sort of price,or higher.I bought a 10cm SIM for £35 a few weeks back,wish I had waited now,as it is going on a camp bed anyway,which is a bit overkill...
SIM's are miles better than your normal air mattresses,and for £14.99,with a 3 year guarantee you cant go far wrong.
Cant find a 5cm SIM,with a 3 year warranty for this price,anywhere...
Hope this helps out a few of HUKD camping fraternity!...

Just remember,the first time you let it self inflate,add a few puffs from the lungs,to pump it right up,close the valve,then leave it inflated for 24hrs.After that it will inflate quicker on its own...

Free delivery up until the 26th of May too.
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5CM is a bit small to sleep on!!!!
'SIM's are miles better than your normal air mattresses'

They're only better if you find them comfortable...... I dont, i hate them, for me they are nowhere near as comfortable as an airbed.
How much data do you get with this SIM? Gosh, I'm so hilarious aren't I.
Steal at that price!!! Already got three but will certainly pass on to friends. Thanks OP
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'SIM's are miles better than your normal air mattresses'They're only … 'SIM's are miles better than your normal air mattresses'They're only better if you find them comfortable...... I dont, i hate them, for me they are nowhere near as comfortable as an airbed.


Yep,bog standard airbeds are great,if you like replacing them every week or two,at a cost of £5+ a time,or mending leak after leak,enjoy the pleasure of busting a lung blowing them up every night ,just for them to be as flat as a pancake the next morning,and personally enjoy a freezing cold sleeping experience.Been there,done that,and would rather not bother with them again!.
But hey!,to each their own....
Me personally would forgo that 'extra comfort' for a 3 year warranty,on a mat I do not have to blow up myself,and is filled with foam,instead of freezing cold air,and does not deflate every night....



Edited by: "DrTerror" 22nd May 2016

Yep,airbeds are great,if you like replacing them every week or two,or … Yep,airbeds are great,if you like replacing them every week or two,or mending leak after leak,enjoy the pleasure of busting a lung or two,blowing them up every night ,just for them to be as flat as a pancake the next morning,and personally enjoy a freezing cold sleeping experience.Been there,done that,and would rather not bother with them again!.But hey!,to each their own.... Me personally would forgo that 'extra comfort' for a 3 year warranty,on a mat I do not have to blow up myself,and is filled with foam,instead of freezing cold air,and does not deflate every night....



Yeah, had the prob myself with the cheap plastic & velour airbeds puncturing...... so now i use the old school rubberised cotton ones. The current one i've got has lasted years and these type insulate better from the ground than the plastic ones. They still dont insulate as well as SIM's tho, but i cant sleep on SIM's so thats that.
Also i camp with my motorcycle and SIM's have too big a packsize, even if i could get on with them.
Does anybody know how much they weigh.
I've had three of these from Aldi over the years, each on burst after minimal use. A good price yes, but the quality is below what I have come to expect from Aldi.
nice
Best bit of kit, I use one.
do you think I could use this in a pool?
Been looking for a mat 5cm-10cm thick at a reasonable price for a while now. X2 ordered thanks. Heat added.
Jase79

Steal at that price!!! Already got three but will certainly pass on to … Steal at that price!!! Already got three but will certainly pass on to friends. Thanks OP



Are you fat?
Nice and wide and seems a good price for a 5cm one.

Decathlon though advertise that their PVC is Phtalate free, Aldi don't. Seems a shame to go camping in the lovely fresh air then end up breathing noxious fumes all night.
will they be for sale instore at some point?

will they be for sale instore at some point?


Its free delivery ATM if you're worried about delivery charge

Its free delivery ATM if you're worried about delivery charge


just like to see what I'm buying, and never around for delivery
bugsbunny32

Its free delivery ATM if you're worried about delivery charge



No, delivery is £4.99

No, delivery is £4.99


No, it's free at the moment.
These benefit from a couple of large lungfuls of air blown into them before tightening the valve.
just picked one up this morning, quality doesn't seem as good as the one I bought last year...
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