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rated 5 of 5 stars I have used One Planet jackets and packs before and prior to going to the Himalayas again I decided that I needed a new sleeping bag. I noticed that in Australia you never see a secondhand One Planet bag for sale. Now I know why. I bought the Bushlite large 900 down bag. Superb, brilliant design, fairly light, beautifully made. Best bag I have seen bar none. I told my wife this will be the last bag I ever need to buy, they are that good. The Benchmark. Full review


rated 5 of 5 stars This bag serves me well during my previous two climbs in Sichuan, China. The first climb was in October 2005 and the second one in August 2006. The amount of fill that it has is pretty much warm enough for the season and the weather that I encountered. It keeps me warm at an altitude as high as 5800m. I only had my merino wool base layer on at night. On many nights at lower altitude (4000m to 5000m) whether on clear nights or snow, I was mostly too warm in this bag that I had to unzip all the way… Full review


rated 5 of 5 stars I have used the Dandelion in New Zealand (cycle touring) through some coldish nights- minus 5 celsius. And also hiking in the mountains when it got down to around minus 10. Not only does this bag compact down into quite a small bundle, but it is amazingly warm. I was never cold and only on a few ocassions did I have the bag zipped right up. Some sleeping bag companies seem to be a bit too generous with their bags ratings, but I would say that the Dandelion would have no problems keeping you warm… Full review


rated 5 of 5 stars I have had my 'Winterwarm' bag for just on 10 years now and have NEVER EVER been cold at night. Even when my tent had a layer of ice on it and I couldn't free the zip, I was still toasty warm in my sleeping bag. Absolutely faultless. Full review


rated 5 of 5 stars After testing out a loan bag (see Dandelion review) from One Planet I was so impressed that I lashed out and bought one. I prefer the tapered rectangular shape and this bag has not disappointed. On my last bushwalking trip I spent some time in a bivy bag. The bivy kept the rain out but some condensation formed inside. In the morning I took the bag out, shook off the water droplets on the Dryloft outer and it was right to go. I've seen a lot of gear over the years, and spent many nights in a range… Full review

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Australia-based One Planet merged with Adventure Designs in 1997 to form Adventure One.


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650 Somerville Road
West Sunshine

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