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Tesco Rectangular Sleeping Bag 300 was £16 now £8 online
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Tesco Rectangular Sleeping Bag 300 was £16 now £8 online

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Posted 16th Aug

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  • I thought this was a nice deal for a basic sleeping bag.
  • This sleeping bag has 300 gsm (grams per square metre - the thickness of the sleeping bag) polyfibre and a comfort rating from +6.2°C.
  • Weighs 1.35kg
  • machine washable up to a temperature of 30°C. Dimensions: L190cm x W75cm.
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  • Ideal for camping and festivals
  • Durable, single-layer bag
  • Comfort rating from 6.2°C
  • - Ideal for camping or festivals.
  • - Durable, single-layer bag.
  • - Comfort rating from 6.2°C.
  • - For convenience, the sleeping bag is machine washable up to a temperature of 30°C. Dimensions: L190cm x W75cm.
  • This rectangular sleeping bag from Tesco is perfect for festivals and camping trips. The durable, single-layer bag has a rectangular shape that gives you room to move your feet if you don't like feeling too confined. You're sure to get a good night's sleep thanks to the 300 gsm (grams per square metre - the thickness of the sleeping bag) polyfibre insulation that gives this sleeping bag a comfort rating from +6.2°C. This lightweight sleeping bag weighs 1.35kg and folds away easily into the handy drawstring bag.

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Anyone any idea what the inner shell material is?
I think same price Instore too. Had lots of sleeping bags half price in both my local stores. Picked up two for the kids. Good buy for the price if just for the occasional fair weather camper
Heat added.
This looks just like the sleeping bag i had and used back form the late 90's early 2000's down tot he colour and the design and that Velcro strap at the top (which can itch you in the night if you shift around a lot just fyi.

It was really insulating and had a soft microfiber-like feel on the inside if wearing cotton pajamas i remember they would cling to the fabric a lot, if you just sleep in boxers or silk like pajamas you might have a better experience,

i just remember it really kept me warm when i did use it, despite it being fairly thin as sleeping bags go. nut the thinness meant it lacked a comfort factor so if you have something to soften the floor below it might be useful? or buy two of them and sleep one of top of the other?

Hope this helps. I haven't bought this specific one but ill be damned if it doesnt look nearly identical to the one i had. colour, design, stitching and intreror, its that velcro strap that makes me feel its the same one.
Id wake up a stone lighter with that, the curse of me being hot all the time
UltimatePhoenix17/08/2019 20:19

Id wake up a stone lighter with that, the curse of me being hot all the …Id wake up a stone lighter with that, the curse of me being hot all the time


Was thinking is this a sleeping bag that makes you sweat due to it not being breathable?
Sold out

Needed one for reading
You can get a lime green one in Halfords for a fiver, collect from store.
Still available for online delivery .
Check local stores as I picked two up for £2 each, marked down with a yellow sticker.
Not a bad price but they were priced up at £4 in our local Tesco.
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