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Sleep like royalty.
The Exped Megamat Duo 10 Sleeping Pad is the height of camping luxury and can be used in your tent or RV, or pull it out when friends come to visit. The self-inflating open cell foam core provides a pillowy soft sleep surface, and the tricot top provides slip resistance and a comfortable place to plop your body. Welded seams and fabric lamination keep the glues from breaking down, and the 3D construction with vertical sidewalls makes sure that your pad has the durability to last a long time. Separate inflation and deflation valves offer a high flow of air in and out of the pad when you need it. The included Exped Mini Pump can be used to blow things up quickly without busting a lung.
- Tricot top surface
- Open cell foam padding
- Welded seams
- 3-D construction with vertical sidewalls
- Flat valves
- Separate inflation and deflation valves
- Exped Mini Pump included
- Item #XPD001I
- Q & A
Very comfortable, very HUGE
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
I bought this for canoe camping and car camping, do not buy this for backpacking as it would take up most of a 70L backpack. Even putting it into a checked bag for international travel is most likely not an option.
Aside from the monstrous packed size, it is crazy comfortable for two people, fills a two person tent wall to wall, and is very warm. If it packed down to the equivalent of two normal insulated sleeping pads I would give it 11 stars.
5 star comfort, but HUGE!
I bought this as an indulgence for a 5-night camping road trip with my wife and 7-month old son. I felt my backpacking therm-a-rest would be a little thin for the job at hand. The megamat duo 10 is hands-down the most amazingly comfortable sleeping pad I have ever used. It is the size of a queen mattress. If you are trying to turn a loved one into a camping enthusiast, this will help.
HOWEVER, the thing is massive. If you leave it alone to self-inflate for an hour when you set up camp, you'll only need to spend an extra minute or two using the included hand pump (one of the coolest bits of outdoor engineering I've ever seen- you essentially do CPR on the foam pump to inflate the mat). The pad takes a very long time to deflate and takes the weight of two people to effectively squeeze all the air out so that it fits back into its stuff sack. This was the wrong pad to take on our trip because we went to a different site each day and the setup and takedown was too intensive. But as a base camp pad, or as a spare mattress for guests at home, this thing is tough to beat.
Nice, but Huge!
I purchased this and was impressed with the comfort. Even for car camping it takes up a lot of space. Returned and went with the single SIM mat that you can velcro together with another SIM mat. Super comfortable, just too large for my liking.