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Trail 5cm Self Inflating Camping Mat at ebay/thisisit for £12.98
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Trail 5cm Self Inflating Camping Mat at ebay/thisisit for £12.98

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Posted 24th Mar

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Been after a cheap single air mat for a while. Have the double version of this and it's quality. Price includes postage.

Enjoy a sound night’s sleep when you’re camping with the Trail 5cm Single Self-Inflating Camping Mat. Designed for one person, the mat measures an extra-thick 5cm for superior comfort. It also has a self-inflating valve to quickly set it up on any outdoor adventure. Simply open the self-inflating valve and the mat automatically draws in air and inflates itself.

The mat is made from PU memory foam for superior comfort when you’re sleeping. It also has a 190T polyester coating to protect it from ground damp and prevent it absorbing moisture. Once deflated, you can roll the mat into a compact size and secure it with the roll strap and clips. A drawstring bag allows you to carry it with the rest of your camping equipment.

Note: Once the mat has finished inflating, you may have to manually blow in some extra air to ensure that it’s inflated to its maximum capacity.

Inflated size (cm): L186 x W53 x D5. Bagged size (cm): L55 x Ø15 (app
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OK for car camping but for hiking these weigh Wayyyyyy too much! ...
Reviews on amazon are good
virgil4724/03/2019 23:27

OK for car camping but for hiking these weigh Wayyyyyy too much! ...


They weight about 1.5kg which is what my heavy hiking boots both weight over my light ones if I'm carrying a heavy bag. I wouldn't consider it too heavy tbh.
virgil4724/03/2019 23:27

OK for car camping but for hiking these weigh Wayyyyyy too much! ...


It is heavier than some mats though it's well insulated and very comfy. I won't be hiking too far with mine so happy to have the additional weight. For the money it's bargain. I had looked at some lighter ones though they were double the price (foam roll mats excluded ).
MIDURIX1 h, 46 m ago

They weight about 1.5kg which is what my heavy hiking boots both weight …They weight about 1.5kg which is what my heavy hiking boots both weight over my light ones if I'm carrying a heavy bag. I wouldn't consider it too heavy tbh.


Agree
m120firestormer25/03/2019 08:21

It is heavier than some mats though it's well insulated and very comfy. I …It is heavier than some mats though it's well insulated and very comfy. I won't be hiking too far with mine so happy to have the additional weight. For the money it's bargain. I had looked at some lighter ones though they were double the price (foam roll mats excluded ).



Try hammocking, far more comfortable!37328505-UuDnW.jpg
Thanks. Ordered 2 for the kids.
dwl995 h, 11 m ago

Reviews on amazon are good


Thanks for that, swayed the decision to buy a couple.
Had a £10 voucher so got it for £3.50 with next day del. Just in time for a 10 day camping trip, thanks
J.son17 m ago

Had a £10 voucher so got it for £3.50 with next day del. Just in time for a …Had a £10 voucher so got it for £3.50 with next day del. Just in time for a 10 day camping trip, thanks


Result! Happy camping!
virgil478 h, 28 m ago

Try hammocking, far more comfortable![Image]


What do you do when there are no trees, or not any the right distance apart? Too much hassle for one nighters!
A lot less time to set up than a tent, a lot less hassle for one nighters, I do a lot of one night wilding - I wouldn't pick a place without trees now - as for the distance between trees, take a look at the number of slots available on the tree huggers .37331780-QKmPc.jpg
virgil4725/03/2019 19:09

A lot less time to set up than a tent, a lot less hassle for one nighters, …A lot less time to set up than a tent, a lot less hassle for one nighters, I do a lot of one night wilding - I wouldn't pick a place without trees now - as for the distance between trees, take a look at the number of slots available on the tree huggers .[Image]


Looks like a decent way to spend the night. How quick to set it up?
m120firestormer23 m ago

Looks like a decent way to spend the night. How quick to set it up?



First time was about 30 mins faffing about, can now do it, hammock up, cover tarp over, gear net up in about 6/7 mins.
m120firestormer25 m ago

Looks like a decent way to spend the night. How quick to set it up?



So much more comfortable than ground dwelling, I was sceptical at first as I'm a side/front sleeper but sleep like a drugged baby on my back in the hammock ...
virgil4725/03/2019 10:03

Try hammocking, far more comfortable![Image]

Thinking about hammocks - Are they not too restrictive? Do they offer good support for your back or do you wake up stiff? (no pun intended)
thekudos2 h, 59 m ago

Thinking about hammocks - Are they not too restrictive? Do they offer good …Thinking about hammocks - Are they not too restrictive? Do they offer good support for your back or do you wake up stiff? (no pun intended)



A lot more comfortable than ground dwelling, seriously comfortable, the hammock moulds itself to your shape, although if you set your hammock up incorrectly (like I did the first two times) and have the hammock level (or feet slightly lower) you'll, during the night, "shuffle" down towards your feet and end up with cold feet due to the compression of the sleeping bag ... as per the pic below 37336535-wfDl5.jpg
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