Reviewed by Jay from Boston, MA on Wednesday, May 28, 2014
It is light, it packs smaller than a traditional sleeping pad. It's comfortable. You need to blow into it to fully inflate it, and even then it can be difficult to make it rigid. But since it's filled with air, once you lay on it, the pressure builds and it pushes back. Overall I much prefer it to a...
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Reviewed by KW from Wisconsin on Friday, August 28, 2015
I have a Classic Thermarest, and a big agnes air core mat...I bought this for my kids and ended up sleeping on it for a couple of nights and thought it was a great mat both nights. worth it on sale. Not super small but they do have a case for it as well.
Reviewed by Johnny the Walker from Colorado on Tuesday, August 18, 2015
Got this on closeout. Included stuff sack w/ compression strap and repair kit.
As recommended, I inflated/deflated the pad several times. After this it took less than 2 puffs to fully inflate to the firmness I desired.
I slept on it last night (albeit on my box-springs :)) and actually had to let a little air out for comfort. It was notably warm in the torso
area - just as it's supposed to be. Had no trouble getting the pad back into the stuff sack either.
I've always thought the whole traditional mattress/sleep pad industry's prices were a bit of a scam. I got this through STP at a great price
and -so far - am very happy with the quality of the pad.
Reviewed by AdamP from Southern California on Tuesday, August 11, 2015
The Hyalite pad is not as thick as a Thermarest but is impressively comfortable for the cost. I found that it really didn't self-inflate. Actually, all self-inflating pads are a misnomer in my view. You still need to put some good breathing into it though this pad more so than others. Laying on your side though does poke to the bottom; however, lying flat provides a solid comfortable bed. It is more comfortable than my foam mat.