Exped MegaMat Duo 10 Sleeping Pad
|Price:||$369.00 & FREE Shipping|
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- Top: 50 D Tricot Nylon, TPU Polyether Film Laminate, Hydrolysis resistant, Honeycomb embossed
- Bottom: 50 D Tricot Nylon, TPU Polyether Film Laminate, hydrolysis resistant
- Insulation: opencell PU foam, Oekotex 100 certified
- Temperature: -54.4 °F
- R-Value: 9.50
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|Item Dimensions||12 x 12 x 35 inches|
|Item Display Weight||5.71 pounds|
|Item Weight||10.21 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||10.75 pounds|
FEATURES of the Exped MegaMat Duo 10 Sleeping Pad The ultimate outdoor double bed 3D construction for a fully level sleeping surface from edge to edge Ideal in camper vans Fills out a tent floor like a thick carpet Selfinflating, minipump included for additional inflation
Color: Ruby Red | Size: Duo Mat
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This mattress is so easy to use. First off, this sleeping pad is only 4-5 inches thick when fully inflated, so it still keeps it mostly primitive. When you want to use this all you have to do its unroll this pad, lay it out and wait. There are two valves on the pad. One for inflating that only lets air in and one for deflating that only lets air out. Open the inflating valve, make sure not to put anything on the pad because it needs to expand the foam and suck air in. This process takes about 1-2 hours to inflate to about 90%. If you like your pad firm, you'll have to use the hand pump to finish off the last 10%. This process will take about 2-5 minutes. To deflate, reverse this process. If your using this at home and you have something that sucks air, use that. The other end of an electric pump works. Or, if you have a vacuum, you can use the hand attachment to hold it up to the hole and suck air out of the pad. If you use this process, it should take 1-2 minutes. If you're camping, you just have to roll it up and sit on it a bunch to get the air out.