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great, good, first, size and inflated.
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It was a bit narrower than some air pads i've used in the past, i'm 5'8, 170 lbs, standard shoulder width and the outermost part of my shoulders are off the pad, not a deal breaker for a much better sleep while motorcyle adventure camping, i assure you
Within approx/ 10-min it was inflated to it's designed amount, i screwed in the valve and put my knees on it, it was not as thick as many have described it was (perhaps they were used to a camp pad tho?), so i blew in a 1/2 dozen breaths to fill it up, much better, so if you like a bigger pad or thicker pad, i suggest you will want to inflate it more), and then it was much more comfortable
It's january 30 in calgary, canada, winter has been milder than most years, however i have left the air pad inflated now for 5-days to see, you know sometimes you buy something and while it looks like it holds air, over time they leak down
It has held the air i put in it and as i work from home, i will lay on it at noon just to flop around on it to make sure it's not going to leak and perhaps sneak in the odd 15-min snooze if i am able to :)pros:easy, simple set upinflates reasonably quick (don't set it up right before you want to retire)reasonably light (if you are hiking for extended periods, may want to pare down to lighter version)minimizes the effect of sleeping bag sliding off the pad with a nice textured skincons:is not the smallest air pad on the market, (the ones that are are also 2-3x the price of this)does not pack down to a smaller size like some brandsso