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AdvantagesGood quality, durable, lightweight, comfortable.

DisadvantagesCould be considered pricey.

...a bad thing if you have a camping mat! I don?t mind these days, and when I do have to sleep on a cold and hard field I like some extra protection. I have only used this self-inflating mattress a couple of times but it has proved to be such a worthwhile product that I am glad I purchased one. We are now even considering buying another one because we often go camping in pairs. The bright colour isn...

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AdvantagesComfortable sleeping surface, compact to transport and store, self inflating

DisadvantagesExpensive, quite narrow

...the standard style of thin roll out camping mat or a basic airbed and is what experienced campers refer to as a 'SIM' - a Self Inflating Mat. This offers some of the comfort of an inflatable air bed with none of the hassle of actually physically pumping them up! It sounded a bit odd to me, initially, but people on camping forums were raving about SIM's being the most comfortable method of sleeping outdoors...

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Advantagesself inflating!!!

Disadvantagesdamn expensive

...Ultralite Therm-a-rest Quite possibly the lightest and most compact self-inflating mattress in the world. Made with nonslip Staytek fabric on the sleeping surface, with damp and dirt resistant durable nylon on the underside. OK well theres the sales pitch, so on with the review.... The full length ultralite gives a warm and comfortable nights sleep when used in conjunction with a good...

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