Sleeping Pad Accessories

Brands

Therm-a-Rest
Big Agnes
Exped
NEMO
Coleman
Eagles Nest Outfitters
Camp-Tek

Price

less than $25
$25 - $49.99
$50 - $99.99
$100 and above

Recent Sleeping Pad Accessory Reviews

Therm-a-Rest NeoAir Mini Pump

rated 5 of 5 stars Lightweight, compact, great for air core mattresses when you have breathing issues. I picked this up when I picked up my Air Core mattress for winter camping. I have asthma and dreaded blowing it up by mouth. This performs great. All you do is start it and work on setting up everything else and come back and the mattress is filled. Full review

Therm-a-Rest NeoAir Mini Pump

rated 4.5 of 5 stars Weighs only 2.5oz with two AAA batteries. Inflates my large XTherm moisture free, to a perfect sleeping density in two minutes flat. About the size of a D battery with a very simple design. No more huffing and puffing while avoiding filling my expensive air mat with moisture which will take its toll over time. Been using this for the last year now. I'm going ultralight and counting ounces, but still pack this because of its small size, light weight, and energy it conserves after a long day of hiking. Full review

Camp-Tek Microburst

rated 1 of 5 stars I have two different brand new Big Agnes pads. The Microburst did no more than add air nowhere near firm. They suggested I send it back and wait for their opinion. Big money for a product with bad support .after 2emails to them After trying this on brand new air mattresses — one dual core, one insulated air core — neither mattress filled enough to do more than seeing its outline. Nowhere near their claims to be firm enough to sleep on. After several emails to them they suggest I return it and… Full review

Therm-a-Rest NeoAir AirTap Pump Kit

rated 4 of 5 stars Will fit Big Agnes valves. Makes inflating your mattress pad easy and quick. I am happy to say that it fits the Big Agnes valve, but it is a tight fit (Therm-a-Rest valves are smaller). Plastic could be slightly thinner to save weight. Cost is high for a piece of plastic, two pieces of rubber, and a plastic bag.  It should have included adhesive or stick pads, and maybe a plastic clip that could be used to clamp down on the rubber nozzle. I bought this kit to use with my Big Agnes Q-Core pad, 25x78x3.5,… Full review

Camp-Tek Microburst

rated 4.5 of 5 stars If you've ever owned a pad that ISN'T self-inflating, you've probably asked yourself why you ever bought it in the first place, despite any and all benefits it may have. Buy this, and you'll never ask yourself again. Consisting of a one-piece plastic fan connected to a rubber nozzle, this compact fan (about the size of two golf balls, side-by-side) does the work for you. Runs on two included AAA batteries. I mentioned this pump in my review for Therm-a-Rest's NeoAir Trekker sleeping pads. If you… Full review

Eagles Nest Outfitters HotSpot

rated 2.5 of 5 stars While ENO is widely known for their hammocks, I have found many of their accessory items to be lacking. That is the case with the HotSpot. There are much superior units in the cottage industry. My own DIY unit is superior and cheaper. The strange thing about ENO is they are undoubtedly the top hammock seller in the U.S. Their hammocks are excellent, but their hammock accessories are subpar. In another review I mentioned how I returned the ENO Ember the day after it arrived, because it was such a… Full review

Camp-Tek Microburst

rated 4 of 5 stars This is an extremely small and extremely light option for inflating the camp pad (not mattress). With batteries it weighs 0.148 lbs and is about the same volume as a tennis ball. Amazing. Not necessarily the choice of the hardcore adventurer, but as soon as you see someone else not huffing and puffing for a couple of minutes on their own mattress you too will probably be asking to borrow their Microburst.I chose one of two available colors, I chose Lemon Lime rather than orange. To assist in the… Full review

Therm-a-Rest Fitted Sheet

rated 3 of 5 stars Therm-a-Rest sleep systems include various combinations of insulation, pads, and pillows for different temperatures, climates, and activities. By combining different products, it's possible to tailor the (more or less) ideal sleep system for the activity of your choice.  I tested a Therm-a-Rest sleep system that combined the following products: NeoAir All Season pad (2011 prototype, Regular size) Alpine Down Blanket (35°F/2°C, Regular size) Fitted Sheet (Regular size) (Read the full Therm-a-Rest… Full review