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Whether you're camping at your favorite state park or backpacking deep into the wilderness, the Eureka Singlis ST Sleeping Pad ensures a great night's rest in temperate climates. Soft-touch, anti-slip surface fabric provides a smooth feel for maximum comfort. Note that its relatively low R-value means you'll experience some heat transfer to the ground, making it ideal for mild shoulder seasons and warmer summer conditions.
Available in two different sizes, the Singlis ST Sleeping Pad features an integrated hand pump for quick and easy inflation. The regular-sized pad inflates in as little as a minute and a half, and the large-sized pad takes less than three minutes to inflate.
- Inflation time: 1.5-minutes (regular), 2.5-minutes (large)
- Soft-touch, anti-slip surface fabric
- 150D polyester oxford ripstop bottom
- Integrated hand pump
- Overmolded brass valve
- Included stuff sack
- Item #ERK002I
- [top fabric] soft-touch, anti-slip fabric, [bottom] 150D polyester oxford ripstop
- inflatable sleeping pad
- [regular] 72 x 20 in, [large] 78 x 26 in
- yes, integrated hand pump
- Stuff Sack
- Claimed Weight
- [regular] 1 lb 6 oz, [large] 2 lbs 1 oz
- Recommended Use
- camping, backpacking
- Manufacturer Warranty
- 1 year
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What do you think about this product?
May 31, 2016
Good price, Sturdy, Not comfortable
- I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Only had one use so far, but initial impressions: Good price for size and weight feels sturdy and reliable integrated pump works fine not very comfortable. Played around with pressure, and could not seem to get it right. Giving it another go, but not overly in love with this pad so far Update: Gave it one more shot and decided to return them. Just not very comfortable for me (5'9" 195lbs) or my wife (5' 105lbs)
JP in NY
March 26, 2016
This is not a self inflating foam pad, correct? It is an air pad that you blow up on your own?
March 27, 2016
Hey Chunk - this Eureka Singlis ST Sleeping Pad comes with an integrated hand pump and you are correct that it is not self-inflating. Feel free to contact me directly with any additional questions. - Kyle L. - Expert Gearhead