In search of a good night sleep

Tents, Sleeping Bags, Oxygen Chambers...that kinda stuff
OnHellas
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Re: In search of a good night sleep

Post by OnHellas » Thu Jun 13, 2019 11:02 pm

Thermarest. I can’t remember the exact model and can’t be bothered to get one out of the Pannier.
Very comfortable, tried and tested down to zero degrees.

Every time I let it down I think how much more comfortable it was than it has a right to be.

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Re: In search of a good night sleep

Post by Mike Wright » Sat Jun 15, 2019 11:10 pm

Tried Expeds, Thermarest,, Cots and nearly everything else raning from £30 to £250 and the best for me is a £36 Coleman DuraRest Single . Downside is you need a pump but a £5 one that plugs into the cig lighter works a treat. Used it for a long trip and had a comfortable good nights sleep every night

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Re: In search of a good night sleep

Post by Benson-1215 » Mon Jun 17, 2019 7:14 pm

Well the Alpkit done me well four great night sleeps at the HUBB even if the the God of rain want to fill the reservoirs up in 48 hours.
as said before the only downside is its width :!: length is perfect :shock:
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