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AstiVita Ultralight Sleeping Pad - without Pillow $22.74 | with Pillow $25.80 + Delivery ($0 Prime/ $39 Spend) @ Astivita Amazon

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Drop in price for this camping mat. Comes in red or blue.

  • Without Pillow - $22.74 (was $34.99)
  • With pillow - $25.80 (was $36.85)

Stack with the $2 bonus cashback from Shopback or Cashrewards for further savings.


Sleeping Pad 🛏️ | Moisture-proof Inflatable | Sleeping Mat for 🧭Travel/🥾Hiking/🏕️Camping
【 🚱 Specialised Camping Material 🚱 】: TPU material (Nylon) ensures that the mattress is lightweight, waterproof and tear proof – allowing for a diverse range of use.
【 💨 Air Valve-Leak Proof Design 💨 】: Smart air valve design insures easy inflation and deflation | Inflate with ~10-15 breaths | Deflate in a matter of seconds |
【🗿 Large - Size 🗿】: 2.26m long x 0.7m width. Average United States male shoulder width was measured to be ~ 0.41m
【 ⚖️ Customer Support 🎗️ 】: 12 month Customer Support and Warranty No Matter Where You Are in Australia From Your Local Brisbane Based Company/Team.

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Comments

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    Around $25 is the normal price, I got one with a pillow for $24.99 on ebay the other day but they've jacked the price up a couple of bucks now, probably due to stock running low…
    https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Inflatable-Sleeping-Mat-Camping-...

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    No indication of the R-value.

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      Pretty much non-existent, lol… If you want R-value you need to go for something like an Exped Downmat:
      https://www.snowys.com.au/downmat-7lw-sleeping-mat

      I only bought this chinese cheapie the other day because I don't want to take my Exped on the Canning Stock Route due to it's extra packed size and the risk of damage from all the shrubbery along the track, bags are likely to get holed… The cheapie should be fine on sand…

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        I actually just bought the exped downmat 7 LXW for $189.50 just last week, from K2.

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          Nice price @ $189 !… I should have said I don't recommend Snowys current pricing, I only posted the link for info.. I paid $188nzd for my 7LW a few years ago from: www.bivouac.co.nz … usual story, shop around and find the current sale:)

          (Edit: and if you want to use an uninsulated cheapie in cold country wrap a $2 space blanket around it, you'll end up with more condensation but you'll sleep warmer)

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            @FLICKIT: Wanted the downmat 9, at $209.

            That would have been the better deal, but time I ummed and ahhed, it was sold out.
            Grabbed the 7 instead. Still waiting for it to arrive.

            My exped megamat 10 LXW is awesome

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            @FLICKIT: Snowy's have just dropped the exped Downmat LXW 7 to $240, from $319.

            Not a bad price, but still better at K2 at $189.50

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        I already have a Klymit with a decent R value, but I have had friends who didn't do there research carefully enough and bought what they thought was a good deal, but then were unable to sleep due to the cold. This one might be alright for summer camping.

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      Klymit have some r4.4 mats that are brilliant not much more than $100 on Amazon. Such as https://www.amazon.com.au/Insulated-Static-Sleeping-Pad-Reco... I bought mine from Amazon US back in the good ole days for about AU$60, so $116 now is alright.

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        Mate told me Klymit have just revised their R values as per the new guidelines and theirs have been slammed down more than any other company so just beware and do your research properly.

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          Thanks for the heads up, I have 2 model of the insulated climate and they have been great. I did see an article saying there is a new 2020 specification for these and climate have not yet released their new results. I nearly froze one night that got to barely zero with one of these UNinsulated ones like this deal. With the Kymit I have gone much lower without the freeze.

          I used to work in the building industry and if your building design did not meet minimum Star energy rating, you could run it through other brands of the energy rating software and you could pick the best to be the 'official' rating. Each one gave a different answer, yet all were legit. Hopefully this 2020 standard clears that up for camping mats.

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            @ShipShapeRC: Hope so. I got their base model (Static V) and it's nice but haven't used it outdoors yet.

            Their eBay store has a lot of refurbs for good prices, although not so much anymore with the aud down.

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    Too long for a lot of tents