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Exped Megamat 10 LXW

Latest review: I am very picky with mattress and use new foam based mattress in home. When i went camping i wanted comfort, this mattress is soo good. You can make it soft or firm. Its best to store unrolled, or

Spinifex Camp Stretcher

Latest review: Not bad value for $55, but folding mechanism unstable, and bed rocks all over the shop..!!! Almost impossible to move around , get comfortable, without the thing rocking backwards and fore

Kathmandu Compact

Latest review: overall a very good sleep mat. a litle on the weighty side almost 200 grams heavier than the thermarest. It does however inflate to a massive 3.5cm which is great after a long day on the track.

Kamp-Rite Compact Tent Cot

Latest review: I have owned one of these tent cot's for many years now. We arrive at the location, be it day or night and within minutes I am set up and ready whilst my friends are still trying to locate their

AeroBed Back Pack Bed

Latest review: Have used this for past four years as a guest bed and it's never let us down. I recently had to use it and it was as comfortable as a single bed could be when you're used to sleeping in a queen sized

AeroBed Premier Classic Comfort Zone

Latest review: Developed a leak after first use. Tried to patch the leak according to instructions and leak repair kit provided but still no help. For the price of this product I am expecting better

Coleman Flocked Quickbed

Latest review: Do not ever buy this product. We had 2 of them for 1.5 years, never worked, always went slightly flat. Then after warranty 1 year period went totally flat. Useless! I would steer clear of Coleman

Wanderer Tour Bed

Latest review: took it out of the bag to inflate. deflating is difficult. whilst following instructions deflating the seems burst open and we are left with a puncture. stuck with a

Kathmandu Roamer Airbed v2

Latest review: Had this air bed for a couple of weeks before finding that it is virtually useless. Under only 80kg of pressure it slowly seeps air during the night until it is almost completely flat. Definitely

Jungle Reef Self Inflating Mattress

Latest review: Bought this "self inflating mattress" for ~$100, thinking it was, a relatively cheap, good, easy to set, underlay for camping. First used over two days camping. It takes ages to inflate and never

Oztrail Anywhere Bed