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AstiVita Ultralight Sleeping Pad - without Pillow $12.75 | with Pillow $13.60 + Delivery ($0 Prime/ $39 Spend) @ Astivita Amazon

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$10 cheaper than previous deal

About this item

  • 2" THICK SLEEP SUPPORT! YOU WILL LOVE THIS SLEEPING PAD! Want to sleep comfortably anywhere? No need to suffer with a cheap flimsy short outdoor sleeping pad! This quality portable camping mat pad is perfect. Super sturdy and extremely comfortable. Great for any sleep position.
  • WEIGHS ONLY 480 GRAMS AND PACKS DOWN TO THE SIZE OF A THIN WATER BOTTLE - PERFECT FOR A BACKPACKING SLEEPING PAD! No worrying about room in your backpack No backaches due to heavy weight very convenient to carry. You’ll wish you found this years ago Comes with a sleek storage pouch.
  • THIS TOUGH DURABLE LARGE COMFY SLEEPING PAD FEATURES A 1 YEAR WARRANTY! - Economically and practically efficient With an impressive size blown up of 1.9m x 0.6m this camping mattress pad, will give you the comfort you need.
  • TEAR RESISTANT - HEAVY DUTY RIPSTOP NYLON FABRIC – This lightweight sleeping pad is made of super strong waterproof and camping grade ripstop nylon fabric With a impressive 20 denier thickness used only for the strongest camping equipment designed to last a lifetime in the most severe conditions.
  • HASSLE-FREE 1 YEAR REPLACEMENT - NO NEED TO RETURN! We take pride in our perfect customer service record on Amazon, and we promise to treat you like family - even for gifts! In addition to our 1 year replacement, if you aren't happy with your purchase, we will simply refund your money - no questions asked - just let the reviews speak for themselves!

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  • +3 votes

    Looks like its not very air tight. Reviewers were complaining about constant deflation.

    • +70 votes

      I'd pay good money to have something that went down on me all the time.

      • +1 vote

        Sounds like a great plot for the sequel to Weird Science

        • +1 vote

          I challenge anyone to watch this movie and not cringe. And then remember they made a TV series based on it.
          Funnily enough I recall enjoying it a lot when released.

      • +14 votes

        Just buy some Bitcoin, @banana365.

        • -2 votes

          +1 Crypto gang where U at??

          Though I would wait a week or 2, bears targetting 30k, then 28k…

          If 28k support broken it will dump even further..

          Nonetheless, 500-600k BTC inevitable over next few years so 30k is a bargain.

  • +1 vote

    https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/635408

    Cheaper now, seems nobody buy.

    • +1 vote

      Wrong comment.

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        Was $15 $16 during that deal but still available and cheaper, so what do you think?

      • +1 vote

        No, it's a legitimate comment. If you look at that link and scroll down a little, you can see that they're pointing out that these sleeping pads have been on sale since the beginning of the month originally starting at $16 yet they are still in stock.

  • +18 votes

    I dont need this. I buy this. Upvote.

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    Pillow or no pillow? I cannot decide :D

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      Cheapest pillow you will ever buy.

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      More importantly, orange or blue hmmm

      • +1 vote

        Orange is the new Black

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      One review says to avoid pillow type, but does not say why.

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    seems to be bad review. not airtight?

  • +1 vote

    Mixed reviews…

  • +1 vote

    I've got a few sleeping mats… I find I roll off the thinner ones due to being a side sleeper. I think most would be better off with a double like this https://www.aliexpress.com/item/32981229861.html?spm=a2g0o.p...

    Filling it up and deflating can be a pain though.

  • +4 votes

    Poor mans Sea to Summit… this is what you really want:

    https://seatosummit.com/product/ultralight-insulated-mat/

    • +1 vote

      That's quite the price difference compared to this one though.

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      Yes, you need to pay for a good one,

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      Sounds like you're sleeping on a bunch of plastic egg cartons though

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    Which pump to buy?

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      You might want to look into other cheapo mats. Some come with a bag which you attach to the mat and fill with air and then fold/roll.
      https://youtu.be/yXTtgvIzkhM?t=217 this is a sea to summit which is a more premium brand.

  • +3 votes

    So I got the more expensive one recently: https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/637667 Which seems to probably be the same besides the other one has an inbuilt "air pump" which is really just a piece of foam.

    It surprisingly works, but with a big catch - because each "bump" doesn't have much pressure to it, when you sit up you will be on the ground. Only when laying flat and distributing as much weight as possible over the whole bed. I'm guessing if you are sleeping on your side it won't work either?

    • +1 vote

      If anything is lightweight, expect similar performance.

  • +3 votes

    Why do I get the impression this would last no longer than 3 uses.

    • +3 votes

      Because of all the reviews that say it lasts 1-2 times.

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    Summer pool lounger!

  • +5 votes

    Just negative reviews, still 32 upvotes. Still can't understand why it works like that on Ozbargain.

    • +5 votes

      price is everything on ozbargain

      • +1 vote

        Yeah, cheap = bargain now.

        Even junk and broke 😫

    • +1 vote

      If it comes with a 1 year warranty, isn't this the same as trying for a price error?
      Maybe you will get the one in 100 that actually suit your purposes?

      • +1 vote

        Not really

        If you only have 1 in 100 chances of getting a good one with this, then it's 99 in 100 chances you have to buy it, use it, find it's faulty/shit, waste your time with customer service and sending it back.

        If a price error is 99 in 100 chances of getting cancelled, then you get your money back automatically without having to do anything else.

    • +2 votes

      I’ve seen posts with a dead link get upvotes. This community confuses me.

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      People are more likely to leave negative reviews if it goes poorly than if it works well.

      • -1 vote

        But that sentiment holds true for all products…

        Which means if one product has significantly more negative reviews than another, on the same website - then it's the same conditions for both. You can't use your argument to dismiss the negative reviews.

        If you are dismissing the negative reviews, and upvoting the deal - have you actually bought or used the product? Can you comment on it?

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          Right now it has 16 ratings which is a low sample size. We don't have data on how many bought and how many have issues. I'm just pointing out people are more likely to complain if something has gone wrong.

          No, I haven't bought this particular one. I have bought three inflatable sleeping mats over the past few years. For the price this is worth the upvote for a budget sleeping mat. Amazon has a good returns policy and you can always get a patch kit. Granted it's not much good if it doesn't work when you're out camping so people should inflate beforehand.

  • +2 votes

    Read the amazon reviews. i also bought but cancelled.

  • +2 votes

    Reviews look terrible. Sleeping mat is something you don't want to cheap out on!

  • +5 votes

    The R-value of this mat is probably -1.8

  • +4 votes

    Why do people upvote this trash? Good chance that whoever buys junk like this is also harping on about buying an EV for the environment, and how the government should do more for 'green' power.

    Start with your own backyard, buying quality over quantity, and buying what you need when you need it.

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      Buying what you need when you need it?

      Mate, you are on the wrong site!

    • +3 votes

      How you manage to turn a thread about air mattresses into EV is beyond me.

  • +1 vote

    I don't mind using cheap gear and these mats would be great value for summer bushwalking - where lack of insulation doesn't matter, unless you really feel the cold.

    But several reviews mention leaks - and a slow leak which wakes you every hour to refill the mattress is really miserable - and you also wake up everyone with you.

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    Want it… but terribly unlikely I will ever need it. Hmm what to do…

    • +1 vote

      Move on. It's rubbish. No need to buy land fill.

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    I was very close but Kmart has some for $7.50

    https://www.kmart.com.au/product/flocked-air-mattress---sing...

    • -1 vote

      Good reviews too.

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      To be fair that is a substantially different product.

  • +5 votes

    Negged as this won't be useful for many of the people buying.

    It is not insulated, which means it will be cold. Might be okay for the tropics, but further south you're going to have a terrible nights sleep on this

    If you buy this, do yourself a favour and also buy one of those shitty foam mats from Kmart and double up to give yourself some insulation.

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      It has an R rating of R2.1.
      That's reasonable for insulation off a cold ground

      • +1 vote

        I hadn't noticed that, R 2.1 is pretty good for the price if it's true, but with no info on the insulation I still have my doubts.

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          From memory you get 1 R rating point for every inch of still air. Given this is 2" thick, that's where they derive the R rating from.

          Compared to a thin foam mat, this should be better, but has the risk of leaking/deflating

          • +1 vote

            @edrift: The leaking seems to be from the valve or around the valve according to reviews. Not worth buying a faulty product even if it’s dirt cheap.

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              @bOngOCaT: Yeah I'm not buying one… Was tempted but really don't need it

          • +2 votes

            @edrift: I've slept on both thin foam mats and thicker uninsulated mats, including in the snow. I'd take the thin foam mat any day, air is not an effective insulator when your body weight makes depressions in the mat giving you much less than 2inches of clearance

            • +1 vote

              @dinna89: You could use a sleeping bag on top of the air mattress…but the leaking issue is a big problem that cannot be overlooked

  • +2 votes

    I bought one in the last deal, figured it would be perfect for 1 or 2 night hike because it packed small and light.
    The weight listed is incorrect, it's actually heavier by 200g. Also impossible to inflate fully without a pump or inflation device, which negates my need to keep size/weight to a minimum. Returned it.

  • +5 votes

    It might be useful if my wife kicked me out because of buying too many things from here.

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    Thinking about getting a simple mattress for sleeping on the floor next to baby (in cot) on really "bad" nights.

    Tossing up between this AstiVita one and the Kmart one.
    https://www.kmart.com.au/product/flocked-air-mattress---sing...

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      Kmart on is 1.5kg and Pump required.

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      Been there done that. When the nights are 'that' bad I'd suggest getting a proper mattress for proper sleep (well at least it increases the odds).
      Nothing like sleep deprivation.

  • +1 vote

    I have the one with the pillow and I'm pretty happy with it! The plug does pop out sometimes when the mattress is being moved around but not when I'm sleeping on it.

  • +2 votes

    Perfect for under the work desk!

    https://imgur.com/a/eq6hlR2

  • +1 vote

    I'm after a new mat for when I go hiking, however I don't think its worth skimping out on cheap sleeping gear, having a good nights rest and not waking up cold and on a deflated mat is priceless in the bush.

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    Would this be ok for kids do you think? I see the reviews about deflation but wonder if this would still be the case for kids? I am looking to purchase for a 3 and 6 year old so not looking for anything fancy.

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    For future deals, my review:

    I've used it 5 nights. All indoors with a nice smooth surface so not camping conditions. It was shockingly comfortable. I do prefer a harder surface to sleep on but I'm a side sleeper and 95kg and it didn't feel like I was touching the ground. There has been minimal/no leak - it's been inflated since it arrived 4 weeks ago and I've put maybe 3-4 extra breaths in to keep it up in that time the nights I slept on it. So yeah, great value at this price.