KLYMIT STATIC V Sleeping Pad, Lightweight, Outdoor Sleep Comfort Best for Backpacking, Camping, and Hiking, Inflatable Camp Sleep Pad
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- Static V Sleeping Pad Non-Slip - Black
- STAY CENTERED: Non-slip technology keeps you comfortable all night long
- SLEEP COMFORT ALL NIGHT: Affordable lightweight camping pad with V-chamber design to limit air movement and heat loss for better support and comfort
- EASY-TO-USE valve allows for quick inflation and deflation of the Static V sleeping pad
- INFLATED SIZE: 72 x 23 x 2. 5 Inches; 10-15 breaths
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No one actually sleeps without moving, and it's never fun to wake up on the cold and uncomfortable ground, so get some shuteye on the Klymit Static V Sleeping Pad. It's nearly two feet wide, so you have some room to wiggle, and it features dynamic side rails to keep you from rolling off the pad while you dream about doing the worm. The V-chamber design is optimized to keep you comfortable and warm with the minimum amount of material, too, so the Static V weighs just about one pound and compresses to the size of a water bottle for easy packing.
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I have tried this out so far in my hammock, and on the ground, and slept great both ways. There is sufficient R value to this pad for spring and summer here in the Pacific Northwest, time will tell for fall, but I can either use a piece of reflectix, or suck it up and buy the insulated V, for a little extra there is the "lite" version that's about 19oz.
In the hammock, the v baffles did an excellent job of not creating any lumps, I had it probably half inflated. I find it easy to fill the pad up, then reach over my head while laying on the pad and release air slowly till it feels comfortable, then close the valve without having to get up. Again,it provides insulation from cool air under the hammock, but probably not in very low temperatures.
On the ground, again the v baffles impress me. Perhaps 70% inflated was good for me, I could lay in any (straight) position in total comfort. I'm used to a soft mattress at home, and I can't stand sleeping on closed cell foam pads, it kills my hips, shoulders, and heels. This pad has no pressure points or hot spots at all.
It weighs 18.1oz, just like it says it does. And it's honestly smaller than a nalgene, and very simple to roll back down the same size. Very forgiving on the packload. Other than the availability of a long or large size for people such as myself, I don't get why people would buy a thermarest over this at nearly $200
I ordered this on a deal after black friday.
First pad that came - was tested at home, on carpet by a 4 year old kid, overnight.
By morning - pad leaked about 50% of air. I contacted amazon, and they sent me replacement.
Second pad - tested in same conditions, leaked over 60% air in about 4 hours. Had to inflate twice during night.
Called amazon - they ordered 2nd replacement.
Third pad did not leak yet. But I only tested it once. Will sleep couple more times on it at home, before taking it somewhere.. I am really worried now, about it breaking during hiking trip..
Also - the valve design is really bad. It is big, it is hard to use, and hard to close when pad is inflated. Also there is not valve to hold air back while you inflating it, which makes it hard to inflate to full.
Update: after 2 night of sleeping on it at home on carpet - This pad bad. It is either too hard, or if you let some air out - you touching the floor. I could not sleep on it comfortably. I am not big or fat - only 140lbs. Also lenght of it is very short. I am 5'6" and my feet were touching the ground.
I would keep it as spare pad probably, since I paid under 20$ for it, otherwise I would return it.
Price: the price is unbeatable. If you are looking for an entry level, decent mat that doesn't cost a fortune, this is a great mat.
Weight: again for an entry level backpacking mat, the weight is actually pretty great. Mine weighs in at 19.82 oz (including the stuff sack and repair kit). I'm ready to spend more money and go lighter on my gear because I know backpacking is something I want to continue doing for a long time. If you don't know if backpacking is your thing and you want to get decent gear to test. This is a good compromise on price and weight.
Comfort: I am picky about comfort. I can't just sleep on anything and be ready for the day. I am female, in my 40s, have worked physical jobs all my life, and my back bothers me. I toss and turn and usually wind up on my side. This mat is still okay. I've slept on it on all of my outdoor adventures for almost 2 years now and I have no major complaints. But I don't rave about its comfort either. It's right there in the middle. It'll do. So comfort gets a so-so vote for me. I can feel the ground if I'm sitting on it, but not usually if I'm laying on it.
Deflating: I think getting the air out of it is a pain in the butt. You have to start at the bottom and roll it ever so tightly to get the air out of the baffle pattern they have. It's time consuming and I hate doing it.
My backpacking partner just had me test her mat (a popular ultralight xlite brand) and within the first 10 seconds I knew it was time to switch. Almost triple the cost is worth it to me now. Her mat was soooooo comfortable. So this will make its way into the gear cabinet for loaning out or for when my kids join me.
Overall this is a good mat! The price is amazing, the weight is decent to good, and the comfort is even decent. If you are just getting into backpacking, this might be the mat for you.
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regularly whilst camping in South America over the next year so the real test will be durability of the material and valve. My crazy kittencompleted a full claws out attack when I first used it and the seems to be no damage. Really worth spending the extra few pounds getting this rather than a yoga mat or gimmiky self inflating mat if your gonna be spending any serious time camping. Perfect for hiking as peaks small and light.
Es muy pequeño cuando está empacado, pesa alrededor de 350 gramos así que no es un producto particularmente ligero, lo que sí es que es perfectamente funcional para dormir cómodamente.
Se infla muy rápido con la válvula grande que tiene. Probablemente se infle en unas 7 u 8 exhalaciones, para nada terminas cansado o mareado.
Tal vez sea un poco caro en primer instancia, pero había utilizado colchonetas inflables de la marca Intex y este las supera por mucho, en primer lugar es mucho más pequeño y ligero y, sobre todo, se infla muy fácil. Lo usé sobre un bajo sleeping de espuma delgada, como del tipo de espuma que se usa en los protectores de sol de los automóviles y funcionó perfectamente, si bien no es muy alto y pareciera que no vá a aislar las imperfecciones del terreno ya inflado está excelente, tiene buen soporte y uno duerme muy cómodo, ya sea boca arriba, boca abajo o incluso de lado.
No puedo más que recomendarlo, yo batallo muchísimo para dormir en los campamentos pero esta colchoneta vale cada peso, mejor invertir un poco más que en una colchoneta sencilla de otras marcas. Incluso trae un pequeño kit para reparar ponchaduras, y un costalito para guardarlo.
Realmente recomendable, no se van a arrepentir y van a descansar muy bien.
-Packs up super small. Smaller then my 1L canteen, The best part, it's actually very easy to repack. It's not like your god awful tent that never, ever packs up as small as when you got it.
-Easy to inflate. It takes perhaps 20 average breaths to get this sucker rock hard.
-Its not a memory foam queen size bed, but it is very comfortable. You will be well off the hard ground (about 2") and you will stay that way all night. I found little to no deflation on my many nights spent on this pad.
-Comes with a generous patch kit, that stays nicely in a separate compartment within the main stuff sack.
There is only one, and it's not really a con.
This is a summer camping pad. Good enough for early spring, summer, and late fall. I'm not 100% certain, but I believe this mat has an R value somewhere between 0.2 to 0.5 (R value = Insulation value) Since I only camp within these seasons, it is perfect for myself. If you were planning on doing some winter camping, perhaps you should look for a sleeping pad with a higher insulation value.
All in all, I wouldn't hesitate to purchase again.
TWO YEAR UPDATE:
We'll folks I've been using my pad for two years now on all my camping and canoing adventures, and it finally sprung a leak.
Just a small pin hole in the bottom middle of the pad. I'm not surprised, as I have used this pad a lot over the years and I haven't been kind to it. Many times I have even placed this pad directly on rock by the river so I could sleep under the stars. In fact, I am impressed and surprised that it has taken this long to spring a leak.
Patching was very easy.
1.) Sink the pad in water to locate the leak
2.) Let it dry and then apply a very small square of the material provided (spreading the provided glue evenly on the patch)
3.) Hold patch firmly in place for 5 min
4.) There are no other steps. Boom, your done.
Painless, and as good as new. I'm still loving this pad, and I still think you would be a fool not to buy it!
Light weight and packs small is a boon.
It takes ~10 deep breaths to fully inflate.
At the beginning of each night it's super comfy, however by morning it has lost a good bit of air and my hips are in pain from being against the hard ground.
Would not recommend!
I'm giving it 4 and not 5 purely the fact it's a tad difficult to remove all the air from the mattress before returning in to the bag provided.