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[Shopper+] LIVINGBASICS Ultralight Air Sleeping Pad - $19.99+fs (24hrs app) 42% off

Material 40D Nylon With TPU Coating
Inflated size 188*58*8cm/74.02*22.83*3.15in
Weight 450g/0.99 lb

No R value listed, not many reviews, cheap sleeping pad but I have had good experiences with livingbasics products so I am taking a leap of faith. There are some tried and true ones like Sleepingo on Amazon or bigger brands like thermarest but the feeling of getting something good for cheaper is nice...

Free shipping code appfs6 on the app
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Be careful with the width of the pad, if you have wider shoulders. My pad is 30 inches, I can manage with 25 inches as well but below that my arms hang off so it would be unusable.
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Never heard of them. IS Shopper+ legitimate?
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sirkdub wrote: Never heard of them. IS Shopper+ legitimate?
Yes
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molybdenum wrote: Be careful with the width of the pad, if you have wider shoulders. My pad is 30 inches, I can manage with 25 inches as well but below that my arms hang off so it would be unusable.
Agreed! Unfortunately majority of pads are 25 inches standard so 30 inches would be considered "XL" for some, and not all have that option
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Does anyone know return policy? It'd be nice to try it out and see if it'll fit my shoulder width. I measured with my hands and I feel like I'm about 18" across
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I have a klymit static v luxe that I bought refurbished from the dealer off ebay and the 25 inch is a Eureka camper cc-r. I also have a thermarest neo air pump that's super tiny and uses 2 AAA.

I often travel by air to go camping so the klymit is amazing since it's so small.

That pad looks like a good deal if you're good with that width though!
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Looks similar to what Costco had (mid-June). At least with Costco you can try, and return if doesn’t work for you.

$20 is a pretty cheap gamble….

But, would I want to gamble when backpacking, and potentially have to sleep on the hard ground? No.

I’d do this for car camping only. You’ll have more gear / clothes, so can repair or create a make shift mattress worst case.
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BadB0ii wrote: Does anyone know return policy? It'd be nice to try it out and see if it'll fit my shoulder width. I measured with my hands and I feel like I'm about 18" across
Just put a line on your bed with pillows and sleep within it for 5 mins
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WestCoastR wrote: Looks similar to what Costco had (mid-June). At least with Costco you can try, and return if doesn’t work for you.

$20 is a pretty cheap gamble….

But, would I want to gamble when backpacking, and potentially have to sleep on the hard ground? No.

I’d do this for car camping only. You’ll have more gear / clothes, so can repair or create a make shift mattress worst case.
Unfortunately the costco one is discontinued. And yes, always try these at home first before you take it out
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In for one. Had this offered to me in their promo email. The free shipping is what did it for me. Otherwise, it is likely a hard pass for me since it's rather narrow and I'd probably "just fit" if I lay my arms next to me. It's mainly to keep my butt from getting sore sleeping on the hard ground for sleepovers. Furthermore, I've also checked out AliExpress and these blow-up mats don't come cheap. At least $40+ for one. So this may be a "good deal" in comparison and may be around similar in quality.
Why settle for full retail price when you can wait and get it at a lower price for better value (even better if there's a bundled freebies deal)? 😉
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Ah that's a great suggestion to feel out the width. Thanks.
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Sleepingo Youtube review
Summary: "Impressive.. comfortable compared to other sleeping pad...not super thick, but it supports you (185lb)"

OutdoorsmanLab Youtube review
Summary: "It's not bad at all for $40ish usd.. I have slept good for 5 nights.. could be thicker, but still darn comfortable"
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Price seems to have gone up to $26, is it still worth it?
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Just received my order today on this sleeping mat. It is not that firm and if I don't lay down flat enough I can feel the floor (tested it on our living room). Also it was advertised as "self-inflating" but I had to manually pump it. Anyone else can confirm this is self-inflating or not? Not sure it is worth more than $25 at most. Considering sending it back as I mainly bought it for self-inflating feature.
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apologies, but could you please point me to the "24hrs app" you speak of? Click on that link showed $25.99 instead of $19.99...
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minducanada wrote: apologies, but could you please point me to the "24hrs app" you speak of? Click on that link showed $25.99 instead of $19.99...
The sale ended about a week ago
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Looks like it's wide enough for stick people.
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sirkdub wrote: Just received my order today on this sleeping mat. It is not that firm and if I don't lay down flat enough I can feel the floor (tested it on our living room). Also it was advertised as "self-inflating" but I had to manually pump it. Anyone else can confirm this is self-inflating or not? Not sure it is worth more than $25 at most. Considering sending it back as I mainly bought it for self-inflating feature.
I would say 150 pounds is the limit for this before you start hitting the ground if you sleep on your side. Has less to do with how firm it is but more to do with thickness. I use it underneath a sleeping bag and it is perfect! No air loss over the night of sleeping on it, time will tell.
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was yours self-inflating? I did test under a beach mat and you are right. Adding some thickness to it makes it feel better.

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