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Doug I.
(idester) - MLife

Locale: MidAtlantic
SOLD: Enlightened Equipment cuben quilt on 03/31/2013 20:25:22 MDT Print View

SOLD

EE cuben quilt, 30 degrees, down filled.

This is one of the first iteration of Tim's KARO quilts. 48" width at the top, 35" width at the bottom, zips into a footbox.

Very good condition, used a handful of times, but no rips/holes/stains. Stored unstuffed.

quilt

Edited by idester on 04/02/2013 10:16:28 MDT.

Frank H.
(porker110) - F

Locale: California
FS: Enlightened Equipment cuben quilt on 03/31/2013 20:32:22 MDT Print View

Nice bed.

Luke Khuu
(ninhsavestheday)
size and weight on 04/01/2013 00:23:54 MDT Print View

how long is it? and what is the weight?

Doug I.
(idester) - MLife

Locale: MidAtlantic
Re: size and weight on 04/01/2013 18:58:02 MDT Print View

72" long, weighs 16 oz on my cheapo kitchen scale.

Anthony Weston
(anthonyweston) - MLife

Locale: Southern CA
e on 04/01/2013 21:03:08 MDT Print View

I'll take the Epiphany quilt if it's still available.
Anthony

Jim Sweeney
(swimjay) - MLife

Locale: Northern California
Anthony & Quilt on 04/01/2013 21:20:11 MDT Print View

I don't think you'll be sorry. I have one of these, a 0 degree Epiphany, and it's great. Just be sure, when you're deflating it to pack it up, let it have as much time as it wants to exhaust its air. If you push too hard, the resulting force can cause the baffles to fail where they're glued to the exterior. But mine, and I'm sure yours, is amazingly warm for its weight, fits splendidly, and is very well engineered.

(I've never had any problem, but I got mine used, and it needed some repairs because the previous owner may have squeezed too hard. Tim was able to fix things, so I'm especially careful now with it.)

Edited by swimjay on 04/01/2013 21:22:30 MDT.