INFLATABLE CAMPING MATTRESS - ULTIM COMFORT 70 CM - 1 PERSON
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Dimensions: 200 x 70 x 8 cm | Flat, smooth sleeping surface
Mattress approved to withstand at least 100 inflation/deflating cycles
Inflates without a pump | Double valve: precise inflation and rapid deflation
Weight: 2.9 kg | Carry bag dimensions: 72 x 50 x 11 cm | Carrying bag
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First of all, the packaging was awful. I ordered two and they were just dumped in a huge box with the two chairs I ordered too. They weren't wrapped in plastic to protect them and there were grubby hand prints on the covers of the mattresses, obviously from the staff packing them. Really dissapointing. Shabby. Lazy. Packaging aside, they are pretty decent. I have just bought a Vango 7.5cm Double (200x130cm) self inflating sleeping mat for the kids, so I had something to compare them to. They are easy to unroll and unplug the the inflate hole. After 10 minutes mine was still very lifeless and thin, so I had to start blowing it up by mouth. This took about 30 full lungs worth! In the video they show with this mattress, they cut away the bit where the mattress 'self-inflates', but it looks like it's being pumped up if you look how the mattress is moving! I would recommend using a hand pump to get this partially inflated (not pressurised, just until it has some structure). When inflated it's not bad, when on my back it's rather comfortable but at 110kg's on my side, my hip can feel the floor sometimes. This wasn't the case with the thinner and much cheaper vango mattress. The Quechua feels more 'rubbery' than most similar products and it is comfortable to lie on but I'm struggling to see the value when compared to the competition. £50 would be the sweet spot for this single mattress, not £80. The Vango Double was only £63 delivered and it was just as comfortable as the Quechua single. It is however, comfortable and looks nice even if it's pricey. We'll see how it copes with a couple of weeks of camping.
- 100% Polyurethane
- 50% Thermoplastic Polyurethane
- 50% Polyester
- 100% Polyester
We recommend removing and unrolling your mattress as soon as you set up camp. Leave the valve open to make pre-inflation easier. A self-inflating mattress inflates itself up to about 80%. You will need to do the rest yourself, so you can adjust the pressure to your desired comfort level.