Thermarest Dream - Esterilla - rojo 2015
- Lujosos y comodidad: anschmiegsame, offenzellige acolchado con funda de forro polar suave y neoa irtm Matte asegurar para buena 10 cm a lujoso confort.
- La neoa irtm ventaja: la patente pendiente triangular Core matrixtm construcción proporciona un incomparable nivel de confort y estabilidad en un formato compacto.
- Modular: la funda es desmontable lavable a máquina; La neoa irtm Matte también puede ser utilizado sin funda.
- Pump saco: la práctica bolsa Pack sirve al mismo tiempo como bomba para llenar la Matte.
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El neoa irtm Dream Matte sistema es para base de lujo noches de almacenamiento Hecho, Pero Ofrece La versatilidad de un sistema modular, mediante la comodidad que los dreamtimetm Felpudo con el galardonado neoa irtm tecnología combina. la anschmiegsame acolchado de espuma con funda de con micropolar proporciona más noches bajo las estrellas, mientras que la Grosor neoa irtm Matte garantiza una excelente estabilidad. el sistema modular se puede compacto Cógelo como muchos estándar esteras y el núcleo flexible (se puede llevar por separado para facilitar la ExcursionesCon Pump Saco y reparación.//La colchoneta viene con bolsa y reparación.//Color: port Wine - Color Rojo//Datos técnicos: Large (L): 196 x 63 x 10 cm, valor de 1840 gramos, R = 6,0//Xtra Large (XL): 196 x 76 x 10 cm, valor de 2250 gramos, R = 6,0 - por separado se puede utilizar el estiramiento de uso con valor de 7,6 cm de grosor y r y 2,6...
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I like this one the best as it has all the features of the others that I liked, but also rolls up to 1/2 the size.
It does make a bit of a crinkle noise that the older ones did not, however it is not enough of an issue for me to even knock 1 star off in my mind. I suspect that the reason it has an R factor of 6 is due to the material they used which makes the crinkle noise. The older ones had an R factor of 8 and 9, but were far bulker. We used an standard queen sized air mattress our first year but never again as they suck the heat away from your body making it difficult to sleep when it is 40 degrees outside. I'd rather have a slightly noisy insulated mattress instead.
There are straps underneath to put two XLs together to make a standard queen sized mattress which is very handy if you want to use a a common queen sized heated mattress pad and sheets. This was the main reason I prefer the Dreamtime series over any other camping pad out there.
The Dream is perhaps the only mattress that Therm-a-Rest makes that has straps at the end attached to the mattress to hold it in its rolled up form. Very, very convenient.
The Therm-A-Rest NeoAir Torrent Pump will fill it up to about 90% in about 2.5 minutes and then it pops off, so you kinda have to keep in ear shot as it inflates to catch it before it deflates again.
There is only 1 nozzle in the NeoAir Dream. I liked the 2 nozzles of the older designs as it deflates faster, but again not enough of an issue to knock off a star.
It comes with an "instant field repair kit."
Previous to these pads we used the big box store blow up mattresses--the kind that feature the ubiquitous lady in white silk pj's on the box cover. Two problems we encountered with the box store mattresses: One, they get very cold at night. Those thick mattresses have nothing but miles of air mass below them--too much for the body to warm up. So, even with a thick unzipped square sleeping bag BELOW us, we would still feel chilled at night in the North. Secondly, the box store air mattresses = bounce house fun toy to our children--and there is really no way to get around that in a tent. (oh sure YOU would just tell them to "stay off the mattress." Yeah. That works. really well.) So the mattresses inevitably develop slow leaks, the kind that leaves you sagging the first night, slumping like a pringles chip the next night, and guiltily throwing the vinyl earth-killing trap into a landfill the next.
The NeoAir atrracted us because of the R value due to the comfy red top and open cell pad that buffer you from the small, clever air chambers.
We found that these mattresses well solved our problems. One, the mattresses cuddle a person into a warm, solid night's sleep. The top is really plush, soft, (and, easy to take off and launder), and the foam and chambers push heat back. I use an average 25 degree sleeping bag (or so) at night and am usually fine.
Second, no leaks. We have camped probably 12 times or so (probably more--for anywhere from 2 days to a week at a time) and used these on a several extended stays at relatives. On one extended stay I got sick and basically spent 36 hours on the mattress and it never lost pressure.
The main downside is they do take about 10 minutes each to fill by hand (we purchased ours before they came with an electronic pump), and they take some time to pack down right at the the of the trip. They are NOT self inflatables. The kids have thermarest base camp mattresses which basically fill themselves, but the Dreams won't do that. YOU or a pump puffs them up--and I find a few human puffs gets the pressure JUST RIGHT, and it holds the pressure well for the trip, with maybe an added puff subsequent nights on a trip.
They are also pricey. *Yeah*
So, in sum:
Good build quality.
Easy to launder.
A bit time consuming to set up and tear down.
Best if stored outside the bag to keep the foam from compressing.
Pricey, but what price can you put on a good night's sleep, and I figure it's worth it if you camp all the time like we do.
Only this and SoundAsleep Dream Series Air Mattress by far did not give me back pain after I sleep and rest over 90 minutes on them. Other bedding products give me back pain, or begin to give me back gain after early uses. I blew the air in too much the first few times that gave me a slight neck pain. After letting some air go to various degrees, that pain is gone.
I was annoyed by pumping this thing up. The manual bag air pump coming with it is okay if you have a space to manuver both the pump & the long bed. The foot pump I got on amazon here is better, but also annoying with the same reason because you got to pump it by your own breath in the last stage anyway, similar to the air pump that comes with the item that I got to blow it by mouth (it is the most convenient to control the tightness and softness of the air bed, comparing with controlling it by the tools aforementioned). Too many steps. So, that is why now I am used to blow it by my mouth all the way for the whole thing in one process. No need to look for the pump or prepare for a pump, etc. Who cares. I don't think about it now, and it is okay that way. (If you cannot get used to it due to various reasons, perhaps the other methods worth the try, especially Therm-A-Rest mini battery operated machine, in which it is way over my budget anyways. (However, I saw great reviews that it is amazing, robust and long-lasting...and you should buy both, just in case one breaks...since you can't blow it by mouth for some reasons))
It is warmer than the SoundAsleep Dream Series that I own. I am happy about this, although it is expensive. The back pain relief is priceless. Oh, the fact that once it is fully pumped, my bud could not reach the floor is also so true (I am medium-built with average weight). Awesome. I cannot tell I sleep on a thin material. I own it more than six months now. It is worth the dollars (again I am not a camper but use it as a portable bed or other generic uses in a city setting). Easy five stars for me.