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Let your dogs have the bed.

Camping doesn't necessarily have to be roughing it. The MegaMat 10 Sleeping Pad keeps you comfortable while you sleep. In fact, the MeagaMat has adjustable firmness that feels so good, you might end up inflating it on your floor at home and sleeping there.
  • Quick-filling, thick, self-inflating foam is simple to set up
  • Mini pump lets you add more air to the mattress to get a perfect firmness level
  • Two (or more) mats can be linked side-by-side to create one large sleeping area
  • Large stuff sack means you won't have to fight to get the mat back into its bag

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5 5

Best.

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

We had this pad out on a video shoot for Backcountry, and I had the opportunity to test it for a night. Quickly after (quite literally as soon as I got back to an internet connection) I ordered one of these for myself. The best pad I have ever slept on, and IMO the most comfortable pad on the market. I did however tear this a few weeks after buying it, but the patch was easy and is holding up very well. If you're car camping, this is the pad!

5 5

Holy Comfort, Batman!

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Best. Sleep. Ever. I've slept on just about every sleeping bad out there and consider myself a bit of a sleeping snob. I'm a side sleeper and toss/turn a lot. A comfortable pad is essential. This one is by far the most comfortable I've ever had the pleasure of resting my head on for the night. The extra length and width (when compared to a standard 20x72" pad) and the adjustable inflation/foam setup makes this thing amazing.

Only downside? It's about 5 times the size and weight of my backpacking Exped sleeping pads. But, if I'm car camping or doing very short hikes, this thing is SOOOOOO worth every penny.

5 5

Home away from Home

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

If you're car camping this pad is the way to go. It's almost as good as taking your bed with your but it's a lot smaller and lighter. I spend thanksgiving camping in St. George on this for a 5 day climbing trip. Added bonus is it has a super high R-value so it insulates from the cold ground very well.

Exped MegaMat 10

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Exped Mini Pump

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5 5

Best Mat I've Ever Owned

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I have spent the last ten months in grad school, living in a small apartment with no furniture. This mat has literally been my bed every night for the entire duration. It's as comfortable as any real mattress and has held the same air I pumped into it over 300 nights ago, with absolutely no leaks. Quality of construction is without peer and I would absolutely set this up as a guest bed. Typically I've set up AeroBed air mattresses for guests but this mat is even more comfortable, and significantly more reliable. I give this product my highest recommendation.

I didn't have time to inflate and leave...

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I didn't have time to inflate and leave for 24 hrs, so I inflated the mat and slept on it right away. I have to say, it leaked pretty bad through the night. I had to pump it up 4 different times. I hope this will go away. If it doesn't, I will return this for sure. $200 and it leaks? Very dissappointed.

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You might have a problem with it since i have the Exped SynMat 9 and I have never had it leak noticibly. I mean, when it gets cold outside, no matter what, the air inside you pumped when it was warm is going to condense a bit. But I have never woken up with touching the ground or uncomfortable. I agree with you though, if it is leaking to where you need to pump more than a couple times, then I would return it and get another one. What type of temperature swings are you seeing? My usualy temperature change was from about 60F to 25F-15F, and I thought it was fine in this temperature range...This is the common drawback to air pads over foam pads....Hope that helps