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Exped SynMat 9 camping mat UL, M yellow camping mat

by Exped
1 customer review

Price: £94.48 FREE UK delivery.
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  • Self-inflating Mattresses by Exped - Gender: Unisex
  • Product type: Ultralight compact microfibre air mattress
  • Suitable for: Mountaineering and Trekking, Camping
  • Material: 20 D Polyester.
  • Product category: Mattresses - Gender: Unisex
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  • Product Dimensions: 25.4 x 15.2 x 15.2 cm ; 621 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 621 g
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  • Item model number: Exped
  • ASIN: B00BTO2QM6
  • Date first available at 12 April 2013
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 178,294 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Exped Ultralight SynMat 9 M (Size 183 52 9cm) Product Description: The SynMat UL 9 is ultra light and ultra compact and offers the same insulating values as the original SynMat 9. As with all ultralight gear, the lightweight fabrics of the SynMat UL 9 requires a bit more care. Features: The new ultralight fabrics are extremely lightweight and compact. The abrasion resistance remains high puncture resistance is lower than with our standard fabric. High frequency welded seams. FlatValve Technology. repair kit included. Warranty for all UL products is 2 years. Specifications: Size 183 x 52 x 9 cm Weight 595 g Packed 23 x 13 cm Temperature -25 C R-Value 6.0 Fill 160 g/m Texpedloft Mikrofiber.

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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By snorkmaiden on 19 April 2014
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went camping in north of sweden peak winter in minus 30 C , did exactly what it was supposed too, defiantly reccomend
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Died and Gone to heaven 4 Jan. 2012
By Old Guy - Published on
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I love to backpack. I love everything about it - except rain and the nights. Pack a heavy mattrass and be sort of comfoatable. Pack a light one and toss and turn all night and wake up more sore and tired than when you bedded down. Not with this thing! This thing is so light and so comfortable and warm - it's a dream. Is it expensive? Yep. Is it worth it? Oh ya. Use it only on protected surfaces - like the floor of your tent. The only problem is when my wife comes along for the trip, she takes it. I geuss I'll have to buy her one too.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Dream Sleeping Pad! 28 Jun. 2013
By Terry Guggenbuehl - Published on
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I was at the stage of avoiding camping trips because of uncomfortable sleep from crummy pads. This pad changes everything! I first used it on a trip to Minnesota's Boundary Waters and, for the first time in over 20 trips, I slept through the night every night! I could be more delighted! It is especially great for side sleepers, like me, as I never felt the ground beneath my hip.

It packs ridiculously small and is very light. Inflation was no problem with the Schnozzle bag (purchased separately) and it stayed fully inflated for 3 nights (I had to give it a couple more pumps after that). I was the best money spent I've spent on camping gear! I recently bought my wife one so we can both have the comfort of home while camping.

This pad replaces a couple variations of Thermarest sleeping pads - Prolite and Base Camp models. I don't miss either one of them!
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
EXPED products are top notch, go to the website and watch the videos!! 25 Jan. 2012
By Joshua Kebschull - Published on
While taking a course down in Tuscon in August, I thought it would be nice to reach some cooler weather up in N. Arizona. Do some mountain biking and hiking in Sedona, Flagstaff, and the Grand Canyon during the couple long weekends that I had. The only gear in my kit was a Green Patrol sleeping bag to the modular system. I was at the end of my weight restrictions due to the bike so I knew I was going to be buying a couple goodies. I was debating on the Therma-Rest and the EXPED. I have a Therma-Rest at home (1.5" thick) and was not impressed. They had the most expensive NEO "thing" and this. The CSU demonstrated the EXPED system with the "pump drybags" as a pump with another piece. This pad is not me, its better that is isn't! You can literally air it up in under 30sec (with a decent set of lungs) or purchase a drybag (good investment) as a fast and easy, genius design! Anyways, I bought a cheap small 1-person backpack tent to get by with at a local public free campground. There were a lot of "nomad'ish" people there, and they were surprised how quick I had my tent and everything set up in the dark. I never slept even remotely as comfortably as I did on that pad...with the exception a huge bulky car camping coleman that was 12" thick. This pad is literally the size of a liter bottle, weights next to nothing, takes little energy or time to set up and be functional. This is ideal for the minimalist backpacker to a backpacker with a full kit. This pad is one of the best out there. There are zero drawbacks to this pack. I did buy this from REI, but I am coming to Amazon to look for a second one for my girlfriend since we are getting a backpack kit together for the summer to come.

I have to add that this isn't a really warm pad (yes pads have warmth ratings) but a tip from a friend that has thousands of miles of backpacking under his belt sand that to pack a compressional fleece blanket (handy to have anyways) as liner, it will match the warmth of heavier and warmer pads. I didn't have a problem with the pad at 36deg. I was chill on the topside due to the lack of warmth of the Green Patrol bag, but I couldn't feel the cold from the ground.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Ultra light, ultra compact, ultra comfortable 13 Feb. 2013
By Charles Bechtel - Published on
I backpack and try to keep my pack weight down (<30 lbs fully loaded). But I like to be comfortable when I sleep and this pad is just the ticket. Around 1 lb and very compact when compressed. It blows up to a very nice thickness (7 cm, ~2.5 in), thick enough that side-sleeping isn't an issue at all.

It has separate inflation and deflation valves which makes inflating it less of a pain, although you still need to use lung power to blow it up (unless you purchase the optional pump that adds some weight to your pack). Other than the obvious downside of using lung power, it also introduces moisture into the pad. You'll need to address this when you return from trips. This is true of all lung inflated air pads.

Some have noted that it looses loft during the night when it cools down. I noticed this but it was only a slight loss and hasn't ever been a problem for me (I've never had to wake up and re-inflate it stay comfortable).

There are also concerns about durability as with all air pads. I've only got about 14 nights on it so I can't speak directly to that other than I haven't had a problem yet. It does come with a patch kit that fits into the stuff sack.

Bottom line is that I'm very happy with the pad, but I'm now looking at the Exped Basic UL 7.5 as it's slightly lighter and I don't need the R-factor (insulation) of the Synmat for my summer backpacking adventures.

Also check out the Exped Air Pillow. This is the gouge. Way better than using lumpy (and stinky) clothing as a pillow and it weighs next to nothing.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
WANTED TO LOVE, THEN IT LEAKED-REPEATEDLY I had 2 orange Xpeds ... 28 July 2014
By J. Meadows - Published on
I had 2 orange Xpeds which both failed. Why I decided to stay with Xped and go to a lighter Denier, I'll never know. BUT 2 different times after buying the even lighter Synmat 7's we slept on or tested 2 of the 4 Xpeds and both times one of the 2 wouldn't hold air overnight. And I'm talking serious leaks, like they would be 1/3 full! We did a weight test again last night-and one of them leaked AGAIN right out of the package. Want to love this product but just returned-for a Thermarest. I had such good luck with them. WE have had too many Xpeds fail to trust them. My advice: TEST FIRST! BEFORE YOU END UP WITH A FLAT PAD IN THE FIELD. Being honest, just sayin'. If they hold air they're an awesome product-but we tend to sleep on tarps too much in the desert, I guess. But they leaked anway....right out of the package.
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