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LC-671

Product Features

  • Automatic inflation
  • Filled with high-quality PU solid sponge and equipped with quick flow ABS valves
  • Build in pillow design for better outdoor experence
  • ABS connect buttions for more choices in outdoor life

Product Classification:

Build In Pillow Series

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    Fabric F3: 210T pongee/pvc coating
    Size 192 ×60×3.0cm/5.0cm
    R-Value
    Pack size 62 ×Φ12cm/ 62×Φ14cm
    Weight 1100g / 1400g
    CTN size 64×34×44/12pcs, 64×39×50/12pcs

Product keywords: outdoor products

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How should I inflate my self-inflating mat the first time?


For best performance, inflate your self-inflating pad with air by breath or pump and sack and leave the mattress fully inflated for 4-8hours before your first use.

How Does a self-inflating mat Work?


Self-inflating sleeping pads rely on the compressible and rebound-able open cell foam cores to self-inflate. The atmospheric pressure around the pad pushes air into the rebounding open cells when the valve is opened.

How Long Should it Take for My mat to Self-Inflate?


Generally, it takes 5-15 minutes for any of our self-inflating pads to inflate on their own. That 10-minute variance range is probably due to one of the following factors: core construction, trained compression, elevation and temperature. We find the most significant factor is trained compression (i.e. if your mat is new and has been factory rolled on the shelf for some time or stored rolled up for a few months)

Why Doesn’t My self-inflating mat Inflate All the Way?


Self-inflation begins when the valve is opened and ends when equilibrium is reached between the atmospheric pressure outside the cells and the air pressure within the cells pushing the other way. In our experience, most users’ comfort level requires more air than the equilibrium level, which is why self-inflating pads don’t inflate “all the way.”

How should I store my self-inflating mat?


We recommend storing the mattress unrolled and fully inflated in a dry place with the valve open. This will ensure the foam self-inflates faster when camping. Storage for a prolonged time in a damp space may cause mildew damage which is not covered by our Limited Lifetime Warranty.

How warm is my sleeping mat and what is the ASTM testing standard?


ASTM F3340-18 is a new testing standard that provides R-value ratings for sleeping pads.

How do you inflate and deflate self-inflating mat?


Inflating :   
1: Unroll your mattress and open the valve.Leave mat to self inflate(5-10 minutes.)   
2:Close the INFLATE half of the valve and top the mattresses up with a few breaths(if required) so the mattress if firm.With the valve tab plugged
3:Seal the valve with second tab to completely secure and use the mattress overnight.  
Deflating :
1:Open the valve and roll starting at the foot end, towards the valve end. Roll up a few rolls and then use u knees to help squash as much air out as possible.  
2:Close the valve and unroll and then roll-up the mattress again. Any remaining air accumulates near the valve. Squeeze the rolled-up mattress and then open the valve to release the remaining air. Then close the valve again. 
3: To roll it up to a smaller size, repeat Steps 1 and 2 until you obtain the required result.   
4:  Store the rolled mattress with straps in the stuff sack.

How should I inflate my self-inflating mat the first time?


For best performance, inflate your self-inflating pad with air by breath or pump and sack and leave the mattress fully inflated for 4-8hours before your first use.

How Does a self-inflating mat Work?


Self-inflating sleeping pads rely on the compressible and rebound-able open cell foam cores to self-inflate. The atmospheric pressure around the pad pushes air into the rebounding open cells when the valve is opened.

How Long Should it Take for My mat to Self-Inflate?


Generally, it takes 5-15 minutes for any of our self-inflating pads to inflate on their own. That 10-minute variance range is probably due to one of the following factors: core construction, trained compression, elevation and temperature. We find the most significant factor is trained compression (i.e. if your mat is new and has been factory rolled on the shelf for some time or stored rolled up for a few months)

Why Doesn’t My self-inflating mat Inflate All the Way?


Self-inflation begins when the valve is opened and ends when equilibrium is reached between the atmospheric pressure outside the cells and the air pressure within the cells pushing the other way. In our experience, most users’ comfort level requires more air than the equilibrium level, which is why self-inflating pads don’t inflate “all the way.”

How should I store my self-inflating mat?


We recommend storing the mattress unrolled and fully inflated in a dry place with the valve open. This will ensure the foam self-inflates faster when camping. Storage for a prolonged time in a damp space may cause mildew damage which is not covered by our Limited Lifetime Warranty.

How warm is my sleeping mat and what is the ASTM testing standard?


ASTM F3340-18 is a new testing standard that provides R-value ratings for sleeping pads.

How do you inflate and deflate self-inflating mat?


Inflating :   
1: Unroll your mattress and open the valve.Leave mat to self inflate(5-10 minutes.)   
2:Close the INFLATE half of the valve and top the mattresses up with a few breaths(if required) so the mattress if firm.With the valve tab plugged
3:Seal the valve with second tab to completely secure and use the mattress overnight.  
Deflating :
1:Open the valve and roll starting at the foot end, towards the valve end. Roll up a few rolls and then use u knees to help squash as much air out as possible.  
2:Close the valve and unroll and then roll-up the mattress again. Any remaining air accumulates near the valve. Squeeze the rolled-up mattress and then open the valve to release the remaining air. Then close the valve again. 
3: To roll it up to a smaller size, repeat Steps 1 and 2 until you obtain the required result.   
4:  Store the rolled mattress with straps in the stuff sack.

How should I inflate my self-inflating mat the first time?


For best performance, inflate your self-inflating pad with air by breath or pump and sack and leave the mattress fully inflated for 4-8hours before your first use.

How Does a self-inflating mat Work?


Self-inflating sleeping pads rely on the compressible and rebound-able open cell foam cores to self-inflate. The atmospheric pressure around the pad pushes air into the rebounding open cells when the valve is opened.

How Long Should it Take for My mat to Self-Inflate?


Generally, it takes 5-15 minutes for any of our self-inflating pads to inflate on their own. That 10-minute variance range is probably due to one of the following factors: core construction, trained compression, elevation and temperature. We find the most significant factor is trained compression (i.e. if your mat is new and has been factory rolled on the shelf for some time or stored rolled up for a few months)

Why Doesn’t My self-inflating mat Inflate All the Way?


Self-inflation begins when the valve is opened and ends when equilibrium is reached between the atmospheric pressure outside the cells and the air pressure within the cells pushing the other way. In our experience, most users’ comfort level requires more air than the equilibrium level, which is why self-inflating pads don’t inflate “all the way.”

How should I store my self-inflating mat?


We recommend storing the mattress unrolled and fully inflated in a dry place with the valve open. This will ensure the foam self-inflates faster when camping. Storage for a prolonged time in a damp space may cause mildew damage which is not covered by our Limited Lifetime Warranty.

How warm is my sleeping mat and what is the ASTM testing standard?


ASTM F3340-18 is a new testing standard that provides R-value ratings for sleeping pads.

How do you inflate and deflate self-inflating mat?


Inflating :   
1: Unroll your mattress and open the valve.Leave mat to self inflate(5-10 minutes.)   
2:Close the INFLATE half of the valve and top the mattresses up with a few breaths(if required) so the mattress if firm.With the valve tab plugged
3:Seal the valve with second tab to completely secure and use the mattress overnight.  
Deflating :
1:Open the valve and roll starting at the foot end, towards the valve end. Roll up a few rolls and then use u knees to help squash as much air out as possible.  
2:Close the valve and unroll and then roll-up the mattress again. Any remaining air accumulates near the valve. Squeeze the rolled-up mattress and then open the valve to release the remaining air. Then close the valve again. 
3: To roll it up to a smaller size, repeat Steps 1 and 2 until you obtain the required result.   
4:  Store the rolled mattress with straps in the stuff sack.

How should I inflate the mat?


Inflating A: Inflate by the pump sack.
Inflating B: Inflate the mat by blowing into valve

Is the fabric durable?


Low-bulk materials make the mattress ultra-compact—as small as a water bottle.

What is it ideal for?


BEST USE FOR 3 SEASON
Backpacking, Camping, Bike Touring

Easy to pack up?


Absolutely easy. Open the valve(as its bottom) and roll the mattress from opposite end towards the valve. Carefully fold the mattress and put it back in the sack

Small enough when packed to use for non-motorized travel?


Yes, Low-bulk materials make the mattress ultra-compact—as small as a water bottle.

Cautions?


Keep away from the fire and other possible sources of heat.
Avoid prolonged sun exposure.

How should I inflate my self-inflating mat the first time ?


For the first time use, the mat will require a few breaths during the first inflation as it has been compressed throughout the transit process and prolonged storage, but will then self inflating in normal temperatures.

How should I store my sleeping mat?


Self-inflating mats are best stored unrolled with un open valve when not being used. This is so they can become accustomed to this shape. Clean only with a damp cloth or sponge.
 

Is 3D shaped SELF-INFLATING SLEEPING MAT?


Insulated well enough for three-season temperatures?  Absolutely. The 3D shaped Self-Inflating Mat has a tested R-Value of 10.7– suitable for even really cold outside temperatures.
 

Easy to pack up ?


Relatively easy. The flip-over valve prevents the mat from drawing air back in while it is being rolled up – but a mat of this size – especially the Double - still requires some effort to pack into its stuff sack.
 

Small enough when packed to use for non-motorized travel ?


No. The packed volume is similar to a folding camp chair, so the 3D shaped Self-Inflating Mat is really not suitable for human-powered travel.

Cautions ?


Keep away from the fire and other possible sources of heat.
Avoid prolonged sun exposure.
Avoid using pumps.

How should I inflate my self-inflating mat the first time?


For best performance, inflate your self-inflating pad with air by breath or pump and sack and leave the mattress fully inflated for 4-8hours before your first use.

How Does a self-inflating mat Work?


Self-inflating sleeping pads rely on the compressible and rebound-able open cell foam cores to self-inflate. The atmospheric pressure around the pad pushes air into the rebounding open cells when the valve is opened.

How Long Should it Take for My mat to Self-Inflate?


Generally, it takes 5-15 minutes for any of our self-inflating pads to inflate on their own. That 10-minute variance range is probably due to one of the following factors: core construction, trained compression, elevation and temperature. We find the most significant factor is trained compression (i.e. if your mat is new and has been factory rolled on the shelf for some time or stored rolled up for a few months)

Why Doesn’t My self-inflating mat Inflate All the Way?


Self-inflation begins when the valve is opened and ends when equilibrium is reached between the atmospheric pressure outside the cells and the air pressure within the cells pushing the other way. In our experience, most users’ comfort level requires more air than the equilibrium level, which is why self-inflating pads don’t inflate “all the way.”

How should I store my self-inflating mat?


We recommend storing the mattress unrolled and fully inflated in a dry place with the valve open. This will ensure the foam self-inflates faster when camping. Storage for a prolonged time in a damp space may cause mildew damage which is not covered by our Limited Lifetime Warranty.

How warm is my sleeping mat and what is the ASTM testing standard?


ASTM F3340-18 is a new testing standard that provides R-value ratings for sleeping pads.

How do you inflate and deflate self-inflating mat?


Inflating :   
1: Unroll your mattress and open the valve.Leave mat to self inflate(5-10 minutes.)   
2:Close the INFLATE half of the valve and top the mattresses up with a few breaths(if required) so the mattress if firm.With the valve tab plugged
3:Seal the valve with second tab to completely secure and use the mattress overnight.  
Deflating :
1:Open the valve and roll starting at the foot end, towards the valve end. Roll up a few rolls and then use u knees to help squash as much air out as possible.  
2:Close the valve and unroll and then roll-up the mattress again. Any remaining air accumulates near the valve. Squeeze the rolled-up mattress and then open the valve to release the remaining air. Then close the valve again. 
3: To roll it up to a smaller size, repeat Steps 1 and 2 until you obtain the required result.   
4:  Store the rolled mattress with straps in the stuff sack.

How should I inflate my self-inflating Mat the first time?


For best performance, inflate your self-inflating pad with air by breath or pump and sack and leave the mattress fully inflated for 4-8hours before your first use.

How Does a Self-Inflating Sleeping Mat Work?


Self-inflating sleeping pads rely on the compressible and rebound-able open cell foam cores to self-inflate. The atmospheric pressure around the pad pushes air into the rebounding open cells when the valve is opened.

How Long Should it Take for My mat to Self-Inflate ?


Generally, it takes 5-15 minutes for any of our self-inflating pads to inflate on their own. That 10-minute variance range is probably due to one of the following factors: core construction, trained compression, elevation and temperature. We find the most significant factor is trained compression (i.e. if your mat is new and has been factory rolled on the shelf for some time or stored rolled up for a few months)
 

Why Doesn’t My Self-Inflating Mat Inflate All the Way?


Self-inflation begins when the valve is opened and ends when equilibrium is reached between the atmospheric pressure outside the cells and the air pressure within the cells pushing the other way. In our experience, most users’ comfort level requires more air than the equilibrium level, which is why self-inflating pads don’t inflate “all the way.”

How should I store my sleeping mat ?


We recommend storing the mattress unrolled and fully inflated in a dry place with the valve open. This will ensure the foam self-inflates faster when camping. Storage for a prolonged time in a damp space may cause mildew damage which is not covered by our Limited Lifetime Warranty.

How warm is my sleeping mat and what is the ASTM testing standard ?


ASTM F3340-18 is a new testing standard that provides R-value ratings for sleeping pads.

How do you inflate and deflate self-inflating Mats.


Inflating :   
1: Unroll your mattress and open the valve.Leave mat to self inflate(5-10 minutes.)
2:Close the INFLATE half of the valve and top the mattresses up with a few breaths(if required) so the mattress if firm.With the valve tab plugged
3:Seal the valve with second tab to completely secure and use the mattress overnight.
Deflating :
1:Open the valve and roll starting at the foot end, towards the valve end. Roll up a few rolls and then use u knees to help squash as much air out as possible. 
2:Close the valve and unroll and then roll-up the mattress again. Any remaining air accumulates near the valve. Squeeze the rolled-up mattress and then open the valve to release the remaining air. Then close the valve again. 
3: To roll it up to a smaller size, repeat Steps 1 and 2 until you obtain the required result. 
4:  Store the rolled mattress with straps in the stuff sack.

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