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Martin Ellenberger
(martellenberger) - F
HH double bubble pad on 04/18/2013 21:34:16 MDT Print View

Does anyone use one or have any experience with them. Just curious if it is worth it or should I just use a regular sleeping pad.

Matthew Perry
(bigfoot2) - F

Locale: Oregon
HH double bubble pad on 04/18/2013 23:21:57 MDT Print View

You can just make one out of Reflectix, or check your local Goodwill or St. Vinnie's for car reflector shades....same things.


Bradley Attaway
(AttaboyBrad) - F

Locale: San Francisco Bay Area
It's fine, but no better. on 04/18/2013 23:32:24 MDT Print View

I've got one that came with my Deep Jungle. Used it about 20 nights with a 40F topquilt. It's adequately sized (for me, probably generously sized for anybody else) and has some elastics that clip at each end of the tent to hold it in place. You might take it down near the claimed 40F if you tend to sleep very warmly. It's pretty bulky no matter how you try to roll it, but no worse than comparable CCF. I don't have any real problems with it, but it's one part of that setup that I'm constantly wishing I had a better option for. If you've got a CCF setup, I don't think there's any need to pick up the double bubble.

Edited by AttaboyBrad on 04/18/2013 23:33:12 MDT.

Martin Ellenberger
(martellenberger) - F
double bubble on 04/19/2013 09:05:15 MDT Print View

Thanks for the input. I have a thermarest, I was just looking to shave some ounces since its only $30.