Elliott Bateswrote a review of Millet Alpine LTK 900 Sleeping Bag: 25 Degree Down on May 17, 2016
Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
The Millet Alpine LTK 900 is named not '900' for the fill weight, but rather, the overall weight of the bag: 900g. That's just about 2lbs for a bag that has a limit rating of 25f, comfort at 35f. Super light for the amount of warmth you are getting.
The 700-fill down is nano-polymer treated so it's water-resistant, and won't collapse and lose warmth under morning dew. 30% of the bag is made up of a hydrophobic synthetic material, which helps gives the bag structure and further boosts the water resistance.
Super soft nylon liner makes it feel like Egyptian cotton sheets, and nice features like the full draft tube and glow in the dark draw cords.
The "Jet Pack" system is neat, and negates the need for a compression sack. The compression sack for this bag is built into the hood and the bag just rolls into it. Saves weight and bulk, and rolls up and packs away in under a minute.
Overall it's a killer bag at a great price.