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Snugpak Travelpak Lite Red Left Handed Sleeping Bag
- Temperature: Comfort 7°C; Extreme 2°C
- Weight: 850g
- Length: 220cm
- Width (Chest): 80cm
- Pack Size: 19cm x 15cm
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Travelpak one of the smallest sleeping bags in the Snugpak range, this sleeping bag gives you the perfect sleep solution in warmer or tropical climates, compressing down into an amazingly small pack size for lightweight travel. Complete with a built-in mosquito net, hygienic antibacterial fabrics and compression stuff sack, the Travelpak 1 will look after you night after night.
Top Customer Reviews
I slept in it on my hammock during a windy and bit of chilly night (10C) wearing only my short boxers and a thin base layer blouse. I was not toasty warm but not cold either. However I'd say that this temperature (10C) is its limit. If it was any colder I'd need some cloths to stay warm in it (note that I am quite resistant to cold). But I guess the fact that I was sleeping in a hammock (with a tarp on top) might affect its limit (e.g. if I was into a closed tent, it might feel comfortable in lower temperature).
- it is light and packs small
- The liner inside feels soft and comfortable in direct contact to the skin.
- the net on the hood is a nice to have feature; mostly for not allowing bugs into it when you are not inside. When I am inside I feel more comfortable not using it though - there are two pairs of strings for rolling the net away so it doesn't fall on your face while sleeping.
- The zip of the bag is double (e.g. to allow un-zipping only the bottom to "refresh" your feet, while it is zipped all the way up).
- I am 186cm and the bag fits well my height. However it is a bit narrow for a broad shouldered man, although not too much. Also the space for my feet was not plenty, but hey this what mummy shape is all about.
- It is not easy to get the sleeping bag back into its case. Workaround I found: I stuff the bag into the case.
- The zip of the net on the hood looks a kinda cheap. But I did not have any problems so far.Read more ›
Comes in a very small compression sack which is ideal for travelling. Bit of a struggle to get it back into the compression sack but can be done if you do it the right way.
No issues with the product.
I would recommend it.
Had no trouble getting it back into its compression sack as other reviews had reported. Great piece of kit very light and compact, wouldn't recommend it for cold weather though.
Sleeping bag is exactly as advertised. Haven't had a chance to try it out yet, but will definitely serve it's purpose as a light fair weather sleeping bag.
It does pack very small - you need literally to stuff it a handful at a time into the bag rather than trying to roll it into a neat roll - and it also seems durable. I don't think it suffers much from being compressed as the fill is very minimal in the first place. The mosquito net also has the potential to be pretty useful and there is an additional cord to draw it closer around your shoulders as well as the hood itself.
I've based this review on quite particular conditions but my feeling is that although it has some good features the downside of the bag is that it isn't versatile enough to cope with a range of temperatures, even in the summer.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great sleeping bag, not claustrophobic, warm enough in Vietnam in March. RecommendedPublished 13 months ago by Amazon Customer
I've used this bag in the UK for 10 years and it's wonderfully tiny and light. However I can't use it anymore as it's not warm at all. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Dr. A. DEWITT