₹ 1,499 Décathlon
MRP : ₹ 1,999
Made In : Bangladesh,China
We bought 3 mats for family campings. On 4th camping one of mats started leaking air. Short inspection revealed leaking valve.
So Decathlon is it possible to replace the valve or how does two years warranty works? Unfortunately I don't have a receipt.
I had this matt for 1 year. When lighter (20kg-50kg)persons sleep on it it seems to cope with the pressure. When I sleep on it (89kg) I wake up after a few hours and have to inflate it again. Quite poor really... Will go to the shop and try upgrading for a better one.
I bought this to go with the Quechua inflatable camp bed. I spent the whole night with the slats sticking in me as this mattress is just too thin to lay on it. I had to purchase a thicker one to get a decent night's sleep. It's probably ok to use of packing light and just need something basic .
Best purchase. Comfortable when camping on uneven and rough terrain. Some people might consider it as luxury hiking but sound sleep is what we need after a long hike.
Satisfactory product under reasonable price
Great bed, works well with the low camp bed frame.
Maybe a tad bulky when packed up but that’s a minor moan.
nice product comfortable, if the width can be increased a little bit it will be amaizing
Really pleased with this when we went camping. Good value. Inflates easily. Packs down small. Recommended.
This was my first sleeping mat i bought when i started wild camping again after a 30 year break.
Not a bad mat as long as its used in warmer weather and you sleep on your back.
Unfortunately i am a side sleeper and my shoulders where digging into the ground.
Used it in October on Dartmoor and it felt like i was going to freeze to death even with a foam pad underneath it. and it only got to as low as 5c .
So if you want cheap and decent summer +10c pad then this is it.
Have since bought a Exped Synmat 9 , this is 9cm thick so side sleeping is no problem and toasty warm when i did the West Highland Way in November with temps of -5.
not for side sleepers