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Coleman Self-Inflating Camp Pad with Pillow

by Coleman

Price: $48.65 + $11.53 shipping
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  • 25" x 76" x 2.5"
  • Attached pillow for extra comfort
  • Free flow valve allows for easy inflation and deflation
  • Nylon shell increases durability and weather resistance
  • Compression straps attached for simple transport and storage
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Product Description

Product Description

Sleep on a layer of air while camping, with the Coleman Self-Inflating Camp Pad With Pillow. Measuring 25" wide by 76" long by 2.5" high when inflated, the Camp Pad features a convenient built-in pillow and tufted design for added comfort. The Camp Pad's free-flow valve makes for easy inflation and deflation. It's constructed with a sturdy nylon shell for durability and weather-resistance. The attached compression straps make for easy transport and storage.

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Perfect for camping, weekends at the cabin, or even at home to accommodate an overflow of unexpected guests, Coleman's self-inflating pad inflates with the twist of a valve to create a comfortable, 2-inch thick sleeping pad. A pillow offers additional comfort while the 70D nylon, spot-bonded surface will keep you comfortable throughout the night. Measuring 76 inches long by 24.5 inches wide, this five-pound mat rolls up for convenient storage and offers compression straps.

About Coleman
The Coleman Company has been creating and innovating products for recreational outdoor use since W.C. Coleman started selling gasoline-powered lanterns in 1900. Inventor of the hugely popular fold-up camp stove, Coleman developed a plastic liner for his galvanized steel coolers in 1957--the birth of the modern cooler--and the company has been improving their utility and design ever since. The array of products that bear the Coleman name now includes just about everything you might need to work or play outdoors, from tents and sleeping bags to boats, backpacks, and furniture.


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 28 x 6.5 x 6 inches ; 5.5 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 5.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B0009PUTHU
  • Item model number: 2000000389
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (35 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #293,868 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here

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Customer Reviews

You have to blow up the pillow with your own lungs.
A. Ort
It had to be reasonably light and packable, and I figured I'd give this a shot, since I could return it if it didn't work.
Amazon Customer
Thought I would save a few bucks over REI for a sleeping pad - don't do it!
Steven

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

56 of 62 people found the following review helpful By Steven on January 3, 2006
Thought I would save a few bucks over REI for a sleeping pad - don't do it! Number one, it didn't self-inflate at all. Number two, it was twisted so that the bottom of the pad sits at a 45 degree angle from the top of the pad. Number three, when you inflate it, it's super-puffy, like a pool toy. Number four, it's incredibly uncomfortable, with giant pits all over it - and I'm not picky!

I can't believe Coleman is willing to put their name on this garbage. Take my word, it is suck-worthy. You'll just end up returning it.
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40 of 45 people found the following review helpful By kboy33 on June 6, 2006
I have been reading reviews on this site for several years, but have never written one until today. Unfortunately, I didn't research this item before buying three of them for my children. I have always had good experiences with Coleman products and was very excited when I saw these in the store. Unfortunately, these pads don't make the cut and are going back to the store tomorrow. First, they don't inflate very well (I tried self-inflating 2 of them). After 15 minutes they were only half full and they never filled completely. Second, they filled unevenly and became very puffy in some places. Third, they were very uncomfortable. I would rather sleep on the gorund. I could have blown up three $2.00 pool mattresses/rafts in a fraction of the time and they would have been more comfortable. At $30.00 each, I expected more.

I did notice that Coleman makes another self inflating pad without the billowy pockets. Maybe I'll give that one a try before I go back to a standard foam pad or air mattress. When I think of Coleman products I usually think reliable quality products at a reasonable price. Unfortunately, this item does not deliver and I would have to give it a thumbs down....Sorry!
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Humberto Perez Salazar on July 30, 2007
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I've just bought this mat, used it for two nights and I really slept as if I was at home. It's anything but portable, so I would really won't recomend it for backpacking-camping. On the other side, if you are going to a camp site on your jeep or truck it's something you should have. The pilow has an independent valve, so you may inflate it untill you fill it confortable.
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16 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on June 7, 2012
First, I should probably note that the version of this pad that I bought at a brick-and-mortar store is labeled 'Coleman Max,' so it may not be exactly the same thing -- but it looks pretty much the same. It's the same color as the darker one in the close-up of the valve, and the valve is identical. I actually paid about ten dollars less than Amazon's posted price at the time of this review.

I'm a bony guy, and really wanted something with a little more loft than my Thermarest SOLite pad (which is a little on the large side when rolled anyway, even though I bought the short version) for bike camping trips. It had to be reasonably light and packable, and I figured I'd give this a shot, since I could return it if it didn't work.

My expectations, I admit, were not actually very high. I've been disappointed by many sleeping pads in the past, and would actually have just purchased one of those small floatation-device style air mattresses if my hubby had not firmly suggested that one of these might offer better insulation and so forth. I was willing to give it a try, but still worried that my boniness and side-sleeping tendencies could be problematic.

In practice, this pad significantly exceeded my expectations. That said, there's a bit of a process involved in getting it to work right:

A) Pre-Inflate.
As the manufacturer suggests, before your first camping trip, unroll it, open the valve, and let it sit for as long as possible -- twenty-four hours if you can (I bought mine the day before my trip, so I had to make due with six-ish). Then deflate it, roll it, close the valve, and pack it.

B) Don't Wait 'Til You're Ready for Bed
When you make camp, set your tent up, unroll your pad, open the valve immediately, and let it do its thing.
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15 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Paul E. Murin on July 6, 2010
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I actually kinda like this thing. It is NOT an air mattress, so it does not inflate very much. I believe the other users who reviewed it so negatively probably tried to over-inflate it, which does indeed make it uncomfortable. Basically, you open the valve, let it self-inflate for a minute or so, and then top it off by blowing a few breaths of air into it. Done properly, it's quite comfortable under your sleeping bag. Maybe not as good as a $100 pad from REI, but for the money it's not too shabby.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Rev on February 5, 2014
Just like at a fast food place, the product pic looks better than the real thing.

First, its "self inflating" but this, and other pads tell you you may need to add air to suite your comfort needs. Im a BIG guy and with this, a puff of air past "self inflated" and its perfect. I can sleep on my side and back and the only REAL complaint would be the same for ANY pad and thats when Im on my back, there is no support for my arms.

Second, this is NOT an ultralite or even a GOOD hiking pad. I knew this going in and wont *ding* it for that. Dont rate this poorly because you were too cheap to buy a $100+ pad.

OK, now all that aside, this thing is actually a decent pad for the money. Car (or in my case, motorcycle) camping is fine. Mines been rolled up the past few years when not in use and Ive had no noticeable air loss overnight. I PREFER the separate valve for the pillow so I can change it for comfort.

Overall, if you know how to breathe and arent concerned about weight/bulk, you should be fine with this pad.
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