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Klymit Hammock V Pads

Klymit Hammock V Pads

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I got this pad just after they came out. I use it in my Hennessy and tent, I camp off my goldwing bike so not backpacking but I love this thing... if put with the insulating pad Hennessy makes, witch is very lite, this combo is like a heated blanket... would buy it again in a nano second...
I wish this was a Klymit x Massdrop drop! The insulated pad would look rad in massdrop black, and I am a big fan of Klymit's previous joint drops with massdrop. I like repping massdrop on my camp gear 💪
I tried to hammock in the 60s with 1 1/4 in foam pad and that failed. I also tried my UL Klymit except that it was too I was fine. I'm not crazy about adding yet another piece of gear to my collection but I'd consider it.
rbucker
All I use is a 1 inch thick , self inflating full length mummy style mattress by Therm-A-rest. The trick is to inflate it only about 1/2 to 3/4 of the way. This way it can conform to your body and the hammock but still offer insulation from underneith.
rbucker
I prefer the self inflating pad to a under quilt for cool weather. Extream cold weather a under quilt would be better and a lot easier. In all my years I have used a under quilt only a couple of times. The self inflating matress all the rest of the time. The self inflating matress has one more benefit. If you have to use the hammock as a solo tent you still have comfortable insulation between you and the ground. Also if you are in warm weather the pad can be over to the side or partially under you. Then in the early morning hours when the cold butt syndrome kicks in , just slide it under you. When you find whats the best for you it will fell really good and offer a great nights sleep.
For this with Tentsile tree tents. These pads work amazing for cold weather months. I’ve been looking for about 6 months and this drop has the lowest price for the insulated v Pad.
Too heavy, make this 1.5-1.75 lbs with insulation and im game.
I recently purchased the uninsulated version...and was now hoping I had something warmer. (Lovr how this blocks the wind and opens ths hammock. It’s very comfortable)
would it work to pair my pad with a thermarest foam pad? I tend to bring that backpacking for the versatility and quick deployment for breaks)
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If you aren't a gram counter the econ line from here does the job... I have a 3/4 phoenix and a full length incubator at 30 and 0 degrees respectively. https://www.hammockgear.com/economy-incubator/
The arrowhead equipment ones are synthetic material and a good entry into under quilt useage. Or the costco down throws are on sale again you can google how to make that into one. Its an easy diy along woth the poncho liner underquilt. I really like my hammock gear quilts. But there are many options for underquilts.
I'd get in on the insulated version of this drop but I'm still waiting on the drop for the insulated double pad I ordered over 6 months ago.
Klymit website sells this product for $139.95, with an additional 15% discount offer currently. Amazon has insulated version for $118. How is the original price listed at $169.95
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I care about the original price so I can factor in the savings amount into whether or not to purchase something. For example, let's say I want a product but cannot afford it right now. A month layer I see it is 10% off. I may decide to hold off because the discount isn't great. If I see it on sale 60% off I may talk myself into getting it now while the discount is so great. If I did not know the original price, I do not know the discount anount. It may not be important to you, but it is to me. If the bottom line is that it doesn't matter, only the current price, then why post the original price at all.
arios005
Manufacturers suggested retail prices don't mean much, except to give the impression that the listed price, or the final selling price is a great bargain.
How many times has someone purchased an automobile at the MSRP?
The best way to determine a good deal is to look at the market of available prices, and use the average price derived from five to ten different sellers if available.
Some products have limited sellers, some more.
Again, using the automobile example, you could probably find at least three to five dealers selling Ford, Chevrolet, Honda, Toyota, Jeep, Subaru, and Buick automobiles in any major city, and find it easy to get each dealer to quote you a price, which could still be negotiated further.
In the case of this drop, my research shows that the average price is around $125.00, so the price of $108.25 delivered from Massdrop is a good price, and most purchasers will not pay any sales tax.
Amazon was the next best price at around $119.00, with delivery included, but you will also have to pay sales tax in may states, so in my state that would add an additional 6.5% or around $127.00 total.
I have never seen the insulated version priced lower than this Massdrop price.
no insulated version this time? :(
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It gives great coveragre for ur legs and arms, I ve tested it at 4C (39.2F), there r no cold spots. (I have a very sensitive bottom) yet I dont trust R4.4 at sub zero degrees (32F) V-shaped design limits air movement, it helps you to keep ur bottom warm on the other hand it takes some time deflate. Klymit states they applied "Anti-microbial Laminate", I use my lungs to inflate it, no odor so far. It feels more flat I enjoy sleeping on it. Cheers.
I like my insulated klymit pad and this is at a great price point for the regular pad. I always feel like I'm in a snuggly cocoon with this pad. It is light not that bulky and works very well in cold conditions and also keep your hammock off of your face
I purchased this (insulated) for $160 on amazon a year ago. I used it twice and now it sits in my garage with the other backpacking stuff I wont use. Its a pain to work with. Im sure with practice it will get easier, but blowing it up and getting it into the hammock (w/o rubbing it all over the ground (a big deal if its raining or snowing and you wont see a town for 5 days)) takes too long and getting the air out is a trial in patience. Ive got a good 3k miles of backpacking experience and still the best hammock insulation Ive used is the Jack r better mt washington. Its bulky, but it goes on quick and comes off quicker Hammock / tarp set up and take down with this pad (15-30 minutes). With my underquilt (3-5 minutes).
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I'm not sure but I've seen these klymit pads come in inflation bags...
T222T222
I mean I'll buy it if you don't want it.
I need room to Rome... V Luxe insulated or double v insulated???
These prices are INSANE for what is essentially a glorified pool float. I don't get it at all.
Why does it list uninsulated as both options including the $15 more?
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DO these generally fit any hammock? I have an innexpensive two person one i got from amazon.
Any DIY inflators for these flat valve pads?
I just received mine today!! Let's see, 10 days early? Heck yeah!!! Now how about a top quilt to match the upcoming season? Eh?
Shipping now ... happy. Estimated ship date was 26 Sept.
Played $100 on this on the last drop...n still worth every penny...love this thing...
23.50 for shipping? ffs it's the size of a water bottle
kupo
Yep, fairly extravagant. It's Klymit, not massdrop. I guess they're making quite a bit of profit on the shipping. Money for jam.
Brilliant idea!!!!
so I totally need two of these by Oct. Got some camping plans and want to get my equipment in time and in Order. Super sad I didnt bit the last time... could kick myself
trailcat
Back up, ship date september
Huh. I checked that, and the offer expired July 31. How did you swing that deal by spending less than the offer says you have to spend and after it expired?
Just saved $79.93 purchasing via current Amazon promo! "Save $20.00 when you spend $100.00 or more on Klymit offered by Amazon .com" got the Klymit Insulated Hammock V Sleeping Pad for $90.02 + tax and FREE same day Prime Shipping. (Products sold by third-party sellers or other Amazon entities will not qualify for this offer, even if "fulfilled by Amazon .com" or "Prime Eligible")
$90.00 on Amazon for uninsulated and $110 insulated without the wait or overpriced S&H.
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CamelCamelCamel lists it as $110 for third-party new, but there's no sign of that on the Amazon page currently: https://camelcamelcamel.com/Klymit-Insulated-Hammock-Sleeping-Pad/product/B01N6ZAC2V MD price is definitely a good deal, for those of us in Canada at least (the pad is currently listed at $231 CAD on Amazon.ca, yikes!)
In the wonderful way of Amazon - gone - I should've grabbed it.
I've been hoping that this pad would become available here but the p&h from Klymit is pretty steep at $32. Maybe a Massdrop special pad will come along with reasonable p&h. Anyway, I'm still undecided on this pad, which seems like the best pad for a hammock, or an under quilt. It gets pretty cold where I am and I've read reviews that the Klymit insulated pad leaves cold spots, especially for side sleepers. I'm interested in your experiences of this pad, and this pad compared with an under quilt. Thanks
I have a Klymit ground pad for under my sleeping bag. It's a been a game changer for me, at a price point that I could afford. VERY nice, and worth what I paid.
I have been waiting on a better price for the hammock pad, which, I understand, helps give form to the bottom of your hammock, as well as making the hammock camping functionally 3, maybe even 4 seasons, depending on whether one purchases the insulated version or not.
The best price I've seen on Amaz*n was $149. That went back up within a month. R3I wants more than Amaz*n. As do many other vendors. I'll be buying the insulated version. I'm from Red Deer, Alberta CA originally, and I like the idea of being able to extend my black-fly proof hammocking a bit further into the Autumn there, when I head up for Canuckie walkabout.
If there was a less fancy version of this for around $40-$50 I'd be all over it, seems really cool but at this point I couldn't justify $100 on it
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To be fair, a foam pad is budget friendly. Next, there are a lot of options for $40-70 air sleeping pads. So, $100 may seem like a lot of money (aka "fancy") to some people, for various reasons, even if there are pads that are far more expensive in the $150-250.
Ok well I'm not quite sure what "literally hung up on the work literally" even means, and if dude is non gendered where you live why did you assume I though you where a guy when I used it? secondly I'm in no way implying that this gear isn't "worth it", if I hardcore hammock camped every weekend I'd have much less of a problem paying this much, but I don't. However I do like the idea of a pad that's designed to stay in place in a hammock but for something that will only see that one exclusive use maybe once a month $100 just isn't budget friendly. Plus I don't need something that stuffs up so small or weighs so little so I would consider that to be fancier than I need.
Hammock Pad, AND lightweight underquilt (Thermarest Warmer), is my choice. Why? I can use the pad and hammock on the ground (ex. When above treeline) or suspended from trees. I like having options. I am definitely going to join this drop next time it comes around (wife getting upset at all the Massdrop boxes coming lately).
d.fedczuk
add a tent and an RV, choices!