Therm-a-Rest Universal Repair Kit

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Therm-a-Rest's Universal Repair Kit page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Thermarest Universal Repair Kit comes with everything you need to make fast, permanent repairs to your Thermarest inflatable mattress in the field. HotBond adhesive is the same adhesive Thermarest's repair techs use. Adhesive works in cold and wet conditions and cures very quickly, so your mattress is ready to use again in just 10 minutes. Comes with nylon patches, HotBond adhesive, applicator, and alcohol prep pads. Don't get stranded with a flat camping pad on your next trip, pack this Thermarest repair kit just in case. 2010 Version

- Tahoe Mountain Sports

Description of Therm-a-Rest Universal Repair KitFast, permanent repairs in the field for all self-inflating Therm-a-Rest mattresses.FeaturesWorks on all self-inflating Therm-a-Rest mattresses

- US Outdoor Store

HotBond Repair Kit: Includes all you need to make fast, permanent repairs to your Therm-a-Rest mattress in the field. It features an assortment of pre-cut nylon patches, an applicator, and the same HotBond adhesive that we use in our repair shop. Best of all, the adhesive works in cold and wet conditions and cures very quickly, so your mattress is ready to use again in just 10 minutes. For use with Thermarest Prolite, Trail Lite, Trailpro, Toughskin, BaseCamp, LuxuryCamp sleeping pads. For the NeoAir series of pads, please checkout the Fast and Light Repair Kit.

- CampSaver.com

The Therm-a-Rest Permanent Home Repair Kit is our most durable repair option with a 4-hour cure time.

- EMS

Therm-a-Rest Universal Repair Kit

MSRP:
$9.95

The Therm-a-Rest Universal Repair Kit is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen March 28, 2016 at Tahoe Mountain Sports.

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