About Primus SleepRest Self-Inflating Sleeping Pad with Pillow - Large
Closeouts. Get a great night's sleep no matter the conditions of the campsite with Primus' SleepRest self-inflating sleeping pad with pillow. The heavy-duty 150 denier nylon construction holds up to rugged conditions and self inflates for easy set up.
Specs about Primus SleepRest Self-Inflating Sleeping Pad with Pillow - Large
- Sleeping pad style: Self Inflating
- Shape: Rectangular
- Repair kit: Yes
- Stuff sack: Yes
- Weight: 3 lb. 8 oz.
- Dimensions (LxWxH): 76x25x2"
- Packed size: 26x6-1/4"
- Recommended Use: Family camping
- Material: 150 denier nylon
- Made in China
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Reviewed by The Wanderer from Utah on Wednesday, May 14, 2014This pad is great for car camping, way to large and heavy for a backpacking trip but that's not what it's made for. I'm a big guy and this bad is nice and wide, I really like the built in pillow.
Reviewed by Amb from California on Monday, May 20, 2013Light, comfortable, great for packing & hiking.
Reviewed by MIzzer Fashizlio from on Monday, April 8, 2013
Reviewed by SIGMONICUS from Atlanta on Friday, March 22, 2013This is a nice sleep pad. It's a bit wider than my previous pad and I loved that as it slid around less than other pads I've used. The attached pillow rocks. Here's a tip: don't inflate the pillow completely. It's a lot more comfy with some "give."
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Lizzie Flower from Lincoln, NE on Wednesday, February 27, 2013I was disappointed with the Primus Sleeping Pad. First of all, It isn't very thick and even though I've used it 5 times, I still have to add a lot of air and when I add air, it leaks out around the nozzle so it takes a lot of work. The first couple of times I used it, it wouldn't even unroll when I opened the nozzle. The pillow does not inflate itself at all. There is no foam in it at all, it's ju
Question & Answer
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“I open the valve and allow the pad to self inflate, I then add additional air by blowing into the valve, finally I close the valve, but when I lay down or squeeze the pad air escapes through the closed valve. Is this normal? Or do I have a defective pad?”
Air should not escape when the valve is closed. You may have a defective pad.
“I HAVE TRIED OPENING THE VALVES TURNING BOTH WAYS ALL THE WAY, AND THE PAD DOES NOT INFLATE, AM I MISSING SOMETHING? I CANNOT GET IT TO INFLATE. PLEASE HELP”
This is "foam technology". When you turn the nozzle, you simply allow air to get in the pad and then the foam expands. There is no foam in the pillow so you have to manually add the air.||Try manually adding air to the pad, leave it unrolled over night. After a couple of times, it will self inflate a little easier. ||Be sure to store your pad unrolled so that the foam expands easier when you are ready to use it.||I have never used this pad where I haven't had to manually add air.
1. This is "foam technology". When you turn the nozzle, you simply allow air to get in the pad and then the foam expands. There is no foam in the pillow so you have to manually add the air. Try manually adding air to the pad, leave it unrolled over night. After a couple of times, it will self inflate a little easier. Be sure to store your pad unrolled so that the foam expands easier when you are ready to use it. I have never used this pad where I haven't had to manually add air.
“This pad says it is self-inflating. I rolled it out, and it is not inflating itself. So, did I misunderstand?|Also, it says it comes with a repair kit. What exactly does that look like, as I saw nothing in here but the pad and the bag that holds it when rolled up.”
There is a valve on one of the bottom corners. To inflate the pad you will need to fully open the valve, once that is done the pad should start inflating itself. Same for the pillow.