Exped - DownMat 9 - Down filled sleeping pad

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Attributes & features
inflatable sleeping pad with down filling
Recommended use:
for extremely cold conditions (-38 °C); Expeditions; Mountaineering
Outer material:
100% polyester + PU coating
Goose down; Net weight: 250 g (M) / 320 g (LW)
9 cm
183 x 52 cm (M) / 197 x 65 cm (LW)
Packed dimensions:
24 x 16 cm (M) / 27 x 16 cm (LW)
960 g (M) / 1240 g (LW)
integrated hand pump
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Product description
You no longer have a reason to shiver or cuss at the world when you’re stuck in a cramped, snow-cave or tent in the middle of winter; you have the Exped DownMat Sleeping Pad underneath your body. The highly compressible warmth of 700-fill goose down will send you to never-never land in no time. Not to mention the baffled insulation chambers make cold spots a thing of the past.
  • Integrated pump and rubber gasket eliminate the need for failure-prone valves
  • Stuff sack and repair kit for quick field maintenance
  • All 7 Pump pads have a temperature rating of -11 degrees Fahrenheit (-24 degrees Celsius)
  • All 9 Pump pads have a temperature rating of -36 degrees Fahrenheit (-38 degrees Celsius)

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Question from Eva | Babenhausen
Kondenswasser verhindern?

An der Unterseite meiner downmat bildet sich durch das Temperaturgefälle logischerweise immer Kondenswasser,
manchmal auch, jedoch viel weniger, auf der Liegefläche. Wie kann ich das verhindern? Bisher nehme ich mit Erfolg die multimat als Unterlage, wäre jedoch als Radtourist für eine weniger sperrige Lösung dankbar!

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| Berlin

ging es auch ohne?? unvorstellbar

gemütliches Zelten im Schnee, Nachtlager am Flughafen Oslo, kleines Packmaß für lange Paddeltouren, gleicht sogar stark buckeligen Waldboden aus.

  • Advantages
    Insulates well
    Easy to inflate

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| Hennef

würde ich wieder kaufen

ich bin mit der Matte sehr zufrieden . einziege Nachtail Pmpe funktioniert bei -25 nicht einwandfrei deshalb nur 4-Sterne , bin aufs Pump-Sack umgestiegen.

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    Insulates well
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