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EXPED SIM Comfort 10 LW Sleeping Pad, Long Wide

by Exped
1 customer review

Price: £109.98 FREE UK delivery.
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  • Ultralight open celled PU foam. Naturally free of contaminants and fulfills the Ökotex 100 Norm.
  • Horizontal air channels cored through the ultralight foam make these mats extremely light.
  • High frequency welded seams. FlatValve Technology. Integrated pump.
  • Size 197 x 65 x 10 cm, Packsack 47 g Packed 72 x 18 cm Temperature -48º C Filling PU-Schaum 13 kg/m³
£109.98 FREE UK delivery. Only 2 left in stock. Dispatched from and sold by Tamarack.

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  • Item Weight: 2 Kg
  • Boxed-product Weight: 2.1 Kg
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  • Item model number: 32205060
  • ASIN: B0038WN388
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 29 Mar. 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 89,016 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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The Exped SIM Comfort 10 LW is a traditionally designed mat with hollow air channels resulting in reduced weight and bulk - comfortable, slip resistant, and durable. The Comfort range incorporate thicker foams, plush polyester fabric, and generous dimensions, helping to make these mats some of the warmest and most comfortable available - this mat is ideal for serious applications in cold climates, such as polar and big mountain rage expeditions as well as base cam use. Features Exped SIM Comfort mats inflate quickly through Exped's exclusive FlatValves, one each for inflation and for deflation. Laminated polyester fabric is both durable, airtight and humidity resistant. The shells top surface is of brushed polyester fabric that provides excellent slip resistance and comfort next to the skin. Generously sized stuff sacks for easy packing. Only CFK-free, high grade open cell polyurethane foam is used. High frequency welded seams and strong lamination of foam and fabric for durability. Delamination is generally the most common defect in self inflating mats and the reason why the lamination process gets special attention. Velcro strips that enable joining of 2+ mats Included: repair kit with adhesive and fabric patches. Size: 198 x 65 x 10cm Weight: 2240g (mat only) Packed: 70 x 18 cm Temperature: -48C / -54F Horizontal cores reduce weight and bulk R-value: 9.5


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Bought this for my wife who has several other self inflating airbeds. This beats them all in comfort and is expedition quality so will stand up to any treatment.We should have bought this years ago !
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
Pretty packable, really comfortable 26 April 2010
By Paxson - Published on Amazon.com
My old Thermarest had served me pretty well. It was light and packable, but just too thin, especially as I get older. I was just getting to dread the actual sleeping portion of camping trips.

I'm done with backpacking, per se, but do lots of off road motorcycling to camping spots. I needed something comfortable, but it still needed to fit onto the motorcycle. I looked at the Thermarest Dreamtime: super comfortable, but enormous. Yes, it's like sleeping on a bed, but it's about like carrying one, too.

So I found this Exped. It isn't small by any stretch, but it's about a quarter of the size of the Dreamtime when it's rolled up. No problem finding a place for it on the back of my motorcycle.

It's really comfortable. It's thick enough to keep the rocks and sticks from poking through, and even the places - like hips and shoulders - that press into it, I still don't contact the ground.

There's another Exped that packs smaller than this one, and it's shape is rounded baffles like a standard old air mattress. It's gets good and small, but I found it to be kind of "wallowy" like I was going to roll off all the time. It's also about $40 more than this one.

This one is not self inflating, but that's about the only real disadvantage. (That... and it's $160. I never would have thought I'd pay that kind of money for a camping pad. But oh well... I want to sleep when I camp.)
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Finally, I can't say anything about durability. I've only had it for one trip so far. But it looks bullet proof. If it doesn't stand up, I'll amend this review!
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Durable and comfortable 5 July 2011
By Amazon Customer - Published on Amazon.com
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I have spent hours looking for a good sleeping solution for casual tent camping. I have gone through several air mattresses of various qualities only for them to spring a leak after several uses, so it was time to find a different product. My requirements were:
1. Durable - must be able to put up with sticks and rocks that aren't tamed by the ground pad and tent bottom, and the occasional step or two from a Labrador retriever.
2. Comfortable - I should be able to sleep the night through and wake up without my back hurting.
3. Must be easy to setup, takedown and transport.
4. Must be sized so I can sleep with the wife.

I started by seeing if there was a sleeping cot that was sized for two people - one company made them but they were designed as a tent on a cot so there was a bar between the two sides. People reviewed it as being uncomfortable if you liked to snuggle with your significant other. The air mattress offerings were all over the board in features but overall were more suited to being in a home for a slumber party then in a tent camping. Yes they work and are comfy, but they just don't last and the reviews stated that frequently. I started looking into sleeping pads to see if anything would be comfortable or if they just dulled a rock from stabbing you in the back to just being a lump in your back while sleeping. All the reviews I found had positive things to say about this product, so I took the risk and bought two of them and used the handy Velcro strips on the side of each bed to connect them.

After the few camping weekends I can say it is worth the money and exceeded my expectations. Despite being only about four inches thick the pad provides a very comfortable nights rest. I like to sleep on firm mattresses and my wife on soft so this is a win win for us as each pad can control its comfort. Another bonus that I didn't think was going to be a big deal was the insulation value of the mat itself. I found that on cold nights on an air mattress that the side of my body facing the ground could just not get warm. With these that problem went away and I could get warmer faster and stay that way.

Once the SIM pad is rolled out for the very first time it takes some time for it to breathe and expand on its own (the reason it is called self inflating). Just open the inflate side and leave it for a day if you can. We got to our camp site late on a Friday night and only left it for an hour so we had to give it more breaths to get it to the desired firmness. The second trip I rolled it out and opened the inflate valve and in about 2-3 minutes it was 3/4 of the way inflated. I only gave it 3-4 breaths to fill it out to be very firm - my wife's only needed one. This saved me from the hassle of air pumps ("Honey, where's the batteries, the air pump is dead again!") Deflating it was easy as rolling up a sleeping bag, just open the deflate valve, roll up, then close the valve. The valves for inflate and deflate do a very good job to not let air out or in if you need to take a minute during setup and takedown - a big change from some of the cheaper air mattresses out there that will let all the air out as you fumble around trying to get the cap on. As I found out packing up in a hurry, even if you don't do a good job rolling them up they still fit in the bag. The mat when in its bag is about the size of a folding camping chair. The mattress has a soft feel to the fabric but a durable thickness and weight similar to plastic/rubber dry bag used for boating. I found that even with a good air mattress I would need to inflate them every night. With this I went three days without any sign of needing a filling. Despite the thickness of the mat I found that elbows or knees would not sink all the way to the ground when moving around, a big plus when in a smaller tent.

The only downside is the slight gap in support between the two mats when velcroed together. If you get the two mats close and Velcro correctly you can hardly notice, but if done wrong it will open up in the night and clunk, your sleeping on the ground as the two pads moved apart. I would recommend attaching them together before inflating to make it easier as that corrected the gap problem I had during the first use.

These sleeping mats were just the product I was looking for and I would highly recommend them for anyone who tent camps and wants a product that will last for more than a few seasons. If you and your significant other camp separately (or have a guy's only camping trip) it's nice to be able to have each mat be separated to have other people use them without having to bunk together.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Warm In the Snow 3 Jan. 2013
By G. Monstre - Published on Amazon.com
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This is the best camping sleep pad I have ever used in that it kept me warm while camping in the snow. I used it for my first snow camping experience in the Mt. Hood National Forrest in Oregon. I was both excited and nervous about sleeping in the snow because frostbite is something I hope to never experience. This lead to some extensive research on developing a good sleep system. Normally, when I go camping, I use an air mattress because most sleeping pads are extremely uncomfortable. I'm not a small sized guy, but this sleeping mat was rather comfortable.

Through research I learned it is a bad idea to use an air mattress for camping in extremely low temperatures, and one should op instead for a sleeping mat with high quality form inside. This sleeping mat is rated for -40 and worked wonderfully. It was the warmest I slept while camping in my life. It is pricey, but completely worth it if one wants to enjoy camping all winter long. Besides, I was able to sleep through the night and good night's sleep makes for a much more fun camping experience.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Finally found what I was looking for. 13 Aug. 2012
By Barbara - Published on Amazon.com
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I have not had a comfortable night camping since the birth of my second child nearly 20 years ago. I cannot roll over without experiencing excruciating pain in my hips. I've tried various mats and air mattresses, but nothing worked. I found this mat on Amazon and decided to give it one last try based on the other reviews. I received my mat two days ago and let it fill for about 36 hours before testing it on concrete. I can roll from side to side with absolutely no pressure on my hips. This mat is well worth the money. For the first time in 20 years, I am actually looking forward to camping with my husband this weekend. Thank you, Exped!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Exped SIM Comfort 7.5 Mat 14 Aug. 2013
By Greg - Published on Amazon.com
Verified Purchase
great matt that inflates itself, but I inflated it a bit more with an air pump which made it really comfortable. easy to delay as well. i definitely recommend it!
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