Eureka
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  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Carlos Cong from Santa Barbara, CA on Monday, April 16, 2018
    My overall experience with this product was satisfactory. The XL size was an ideal sleeping surface for my girlfriend who is 5' 115lbs. Plenty of room to turn if needed and very comfortable. She slept like a baby with minimal tossing and turning. However, I did realise it partially deflated a couple hours after we set up camp with no one laying on it and it also kept making this sound of air being released while on it but it never actually lost air? Very peculiar but it held up well in the 4 days i was camping and it didn't deflate at all after the first time. So i think the key is really locking in the air nose tight. Other than that i have to say im very happy with my purchase
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Closet Adventurer from Wyoming on Tuesday, February 13, 2018
    While we haven't put this through its paces yet, in testing it in the home,it appears to be just an average air mattress. It was harder to inflate than the description says, and took much longer--that's not to say it was difficult, just more than they said. It is comfy enough on the floor. Will have to update when its out in the world. It is large and if it tolerates the weight over time, it is broad and long enough to serve a 6'5" man.
  • Reviewed by brisket pants from too cold county co on Monday, February 12, 2018
    took me a few minutes to line up the arrow and not cross thread, major pain but other wise it's bright light, cree is the best. solid feeling just poor battery compartment design. next time I'm purchasing a rechargeable lantern.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by kate from indiana on Wednesday, December 27, 2017
    this is a versatile little lantern. It is compact, but a bit heavy. definitely only for car camping. has a neat flip feature, allowing it to be hung upside down or sit on a table. The light is bright. I haven't put it to the test yet to see how long the batteries last, but it is a good replacement for our mantle light
  • Reviewed by Shiva from Massacusetts on Sunday, October 29, 2017
    I returned this right away. There is not enough information on the website to choose a tent and know exactly what you are getting, which is frustrating. As an example, there was no indication that the tent needs about 10 stakes to be erected properly. That might work in other parts of the country but in New England it might be difficult to get them all in the rocky ground. You also couldn't see the tent layout on the website: the sleeping was sideways to the door, meaning that the person in the back would have to crawl over the other person to get out. Lastly, the guy lines were supposed to be 4' out from the sides of the tent, making a 4' wide tent take up a 12' wide space. Fine if you have plenty of room, but if you are limited in the back country it would make things difficult. It looks like it is well made but I am disappointed that I can't get the info I need to make an informed choice from the website.
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