Sleeping Pad Accessories

Recent Sleeping Pad Accessory Reviews

rated 4 of 5 stars
Big Agnes Pad Coupler

The best of four different couplers that we have tried over the years. Won't slip or twist when rolling pads up together, and thin enough to keep the princess sleeping comfortably (at least when there aren't any peas around). A small review for a small thing! My wife and I still like to snuggle after all these years—she says it's in the marriage contract, but I guess I'd have to get out a magnifying glass to check the fine print on that. Anyway, to that end we've evolved a sleep system that (literally)… Full review

rated 5 of 5 stars
Exped Schnozzel

OMG. What a crazy thing this is. While your friends are huffing and puffing to get their air pads blown up, you have been sitting on your air pad since their fifth breath because of the Schnozzel. Fill this tough bag up with air and squeeze it into the air pad. Two times and you are done. And you can use it as a stuff sack following the hike rule of multiple-use items. While your friends are almost dead from blowing up their air pads, you have used the Schnozzel two times and filled up your air… Full review

rated 4.5 of 5 stars
NEMO Cosmo Pillowtop

The Nemo Cosmo Pillowtop is an amazingly plush, luxuriously comfortable addition to your Nemo Cosmo series mattress pad. I recommend this product to anyone with a Cosmo series pad that wants to add serious comfort to their pad, or wants to adapt their pad to other uses besides backpacking. *Reviewer notes: I have already reviewed the Nemo Cosmo Air and Pillowtop 1P sleep system combo. This review is of the Nemo Cosmo Pillowtop 1P SE by itself, and is, basically, identical to my other review, but… Full review

rated 4 of 5 stars
Exped Schnozzel Pumpbag UL

A dual-purpose pack liner that works incredibly well as a fill bag for your sleeping pad. While designed to only work with Exped pads, a simple modification can adapt it for Therm-a-rest pads. Specs: Length: 27" Width: 19" Weight: 2 oz. Volume: 42 liters (2563 cu.in.). Warranty: 5 years Materials: Top: 15 D Ripstop Nylon, Silicone/PU coated, 1500 mm water column. Bottom: 15 D Ripstop Nylon, Silicone/PU coated, 1500 mm water column20 D Polyester, TPU Polyether Film Laminate, Hydrolysis resistant,… Full review

rated 5 of 5 stars
Camp-Tek Microburst

I use this on a Therm-a-Rest NeoAir and have had zero problems and never did all the stuff described in another post. I just hooked it up, went to filter some water, and came back to a FIRM air mattress. I even have to let air out of my Therm-a-Rest to make it comfortable. I love it. Can't add much to what was already said. Full review

rated 5 of 5 stars
The Instaflator

Thanks, LoneStranger. I use the Instaflator and like it as well. I've been using the Instaflator for a while. Great when you've had a hard day at altitude where the air is thin and you just don't want to take the time and effort to blow up by mouth, especially for the 20+ puffs to blow up a wide/long pad. I also figure that mouth-inflating will introduce moisture from my breath to the inside of my pad, which over time will add weight, so the Instaflator probably saves its own weight, and possibly… Full review

rated 4 of 5 stars
The Instaflator

Simple, easy to use, human powered tool for filling sleep pads or other inflatable gear. Packs light and small, no batteries required. Would probably work to inflate a pack raft, but definitely a great way to save some breath when making camp at the end of the day. My first reaction when someone here on Trailspace posted a link to The Instaflator was to laugh. Then I got to thinking about the advantages of not having to blow up my sleep pad manually and the idea didn't seem so silly. I ordered two… Full review

rated 4.5 of 5 stars
Exped Schnozzel Pumpbag

This is a great multipurpose backpacking accessory for use with Exped sleeping Pads. Worth every penny of the cost. I bought one of these to go with my DownMat 7 mat. I had to buy a small adaptor so the connectors of this bag would fit onto the built-in pump of the Downmat 7. You may ask, if it already has a built-in pump why would you buy this accessory and add weight and bulk to your setup? Two reasons, ease and speed of inflation and dry bag stuff sack for my down mummy bag. First the pump function. Full review

rated 5 of 5 stars
Exped Schnozzel

Easy to use. At the beginning I had a hard time using it, but with some practice my DownMat UL 7 pad was ready in less than 3 minutes. You just need to get the "technique" and then to repeat it. The pump came with my Exped pad. On my second trip in the high mountains (10,000 feet and more) two of the sides of the ending part, which goes to the pad, just separated and the hole appeared large about an inch. I was supprised, because it was new and used only once before. I still managed to use the… Full review

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