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Massdrop x Klymit Ultralight V Sleeping Pad

Massdrop x Klymit Ultralight V Sleeping Pad

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Longs coming back in stock???
Firm when I went to sleep, woke up on the ground with little air pressure left. Slow valve leak maybe? Do I contact Klymit or Massdrop for an issue like this?
Quick question guys. I have ENO sub7 hammock that I want to use this sleeping pad with. I was wondering if I should get the 60” or 72” version of it. Sub7 is a smallish one person hammock (8’9” long) so I though 60” would fit better. I also have the klymit pillow so that might help if it is too short??.In case if you guys need to know I am 5’11”. I also have tent set up that I was thinking to use this pad with time to time so it will be used in both tent and hammock set up. what do you guys think? Thanks in advance.
So is there a way to fix the defective valves or should I just return it? I've only tried sleeping on it for 2 nights at home to test it. Woke up on the hard ground on the 2nd night. Bummer.
Hey Everyone - the Regular sized pad is currently sold out and we'll have more in stock by the end of February (and likely earlier). In the mean time, the Short and Long versions are available.
And, if you haven't seen it yet, check out our upcoming double wide version! https://www.massdrop.com/buy/massdrop-x-klymit-ultralight-double-sleeping-pad
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DannyMilks
How is the availability on the regular size now?
The page says the regular is not in stock, but the long and short are.
However in the "Join Drop" page, the long and short are not in stock, only the regular is in stock?
Please clarify. Thanks.
Edit: also see RedfishTheCat's comment.
DannyMilks
Hello Danny,
Can you please tell me when the 'long version' is available again? I really like to get this nice pad! Hope to hear from you.
Kind Regards,
Robin Sterk
Have participated in probably 35+ drops on Massdrop and this experience has really soured me.
Ordered 2 pads and one of them leaks really bad! Like an audible hiss coming out of the deflate valve. The other seems ok but I havent used either in the field yet. Have tried everything aside from just sealing the deflate valve with barge cement and using the inflate to do both tasks but was hoping I could get a repair or sent a new one before doing that and voiding the warranty. I dont care how good of a deal it is, I have zero confidence taking these out into the field without super glue or a backup pad.
Emailed Massdrop and Klymit, havent heard anything.
Great customer service guys. For all the complaints about these leaking maybe place a little priority on dealing with the people you are ripping off with defective products.
Hello, I just bought (Sept 2018) a regular size. I am trying to find informations about small pumps (pump bags?) that can work with it. The lighter/smaller, the better.
Any suggestions?
Hey guys, I emailed Klymit support but I also thought I could ask this here. Thanks in advance.
I don't quite understand the benefit/justification for the price difference of the static V Lite vs the current model of Static V (both insulated,) and I was hoping that you could please explain.
Both of these models appear to have an R value of 4.4, so the insulation should be equal on both.
Both models are the same dimensions, aside from the Lite version being 5oz lighter.
The lite version is using 30D fabric, while the standard insulated Static V is using 75D, so the standard ins. Static V has a significantly more durable material.
There is currently a $10 price difference on the Klymit website, with the Static V Lite costing more at $94.95
So is the difference basically that the insulated Static V Lite costs $10 more but has significantly less durable fabric but weighs 5oz less? Is that the only difference between the two?
If so then personally I think that the insulated Static V (not the Lite version) is a far better value for me. Just curious if I am understanding correctly. The insulation is the same, right?
Lefibonacci
For those interested, Klymit replied.
It went like this -
Klymit: "Hello,Thank you for contacting Klymit. You are correct on all of that. The increase of price on the V lite is due to it being a lighter weight pad.Best Regards, Klymit Rep (I excluded the reps name out of courtesy) "
My reply: "Thanks for your response.  There are several areas on your site which imply that the Lite is warmer than the Insulated Static V. This I think is treading the line of false advertisement. Might want to look in to that. Take care! "
Klymit: "Thank you for the feedback! We definitely appreciate it! Best Regards, Klymit Rep (I excluded the reps name out of courtesy)"
Why is this a deal? I got four on sale from Big5 for $29.99 each.
Helloo. When is the 'long version' available again?? I really like to get this very nice pad!
Any idea when the long version will be available?
What is the weight of this pad?
KathyPorupski
Just around 17 oz. depending on which size you get. Long and wide is 24 oz. R-Value is 1.3, Insulated version is 4.4 They also make an insulated version which is a little heavier. Own five now. Two insulated, three like this one.
Any idea when the long pads will be back in stock?
Any idea when will the Long version be back in stock?
How about a regular wide for those who are a little rounder?
Just got mine and used it on a two-nighter. First night, I suspect that as it got cold that the air and moisture from my breath contracted a bit. When I awoke, it didn't feel like I was sleeping on the ground, but it was close. On night 2, I inflated it once when setting up camp, and then later just before bed, breathed a few more breaths into it.
Had an awesome nights sleep.
I suspect this natural contraction might account for at least a few of the reviews claiming factory default, and might be worth considering before going through the headache of replacement/refurbishment.
Anyway, can't wait to give it a go when it gets a bit colder!
Can anyone tell me what the shipping price would be to Australia, or alternatively how to figure it out? I tried joining drop and saw no option of choosing international shipping, but the description says it shops to Au
Oh, just here waiting for a Long. 😎
So bummed that now that pay day is here, the longs are sold out! Think there will be more in stock soon?#gradstudentwoes
Bought one and recently took it on a 2 night trip and it leaked out of the deflate valve and would not hold air. Contacted klymit and I guess they dont honor their manufacture warranty so now I have to hope mass drop honors that warranty
Jo2012
Hey just did a trip last weekend and the same exact thing happened to my brother...he ended up using the glue that came with the patch kit to glue the valve seam...concerned this is a defective product
@Massdrop I’ve used my pad a handful of times and loved it - but discovered the deflate valve is leaking on about the 5th use. Anything that can be done here?
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hm that is strange! I will reach out and see what info I can gather. Sorry about that!
Can you email me your contact info at kim.suarez@massdrop.com ? I talked with Klymit and they don't see any outstanding issues in their warranty department. But they can definitely reach out to make sure you get what you need addressed.
I was hoping for the double pad, that seems to never be ready to ship. Thinking about these as an alternative. If you couple 2 together, does the taper create a weird gap?
So i guess I have really bad luck... My pad arrived last morning, inflated it and left for 12 hours. After coming home i realized that pad is leaking. During those hours it lost quite lot air (around 2 breaths out of 6-7 i used to fill it) without leaving anything heavy on it... I found some advice to play a little with valves, i checked them few times, getting sure that they fit as it should be. After another 12 hours today pad is soft again, after lying down I basically feel the floor under it. Guess that sleeping on it as a test makes no sense, it will just loose more air in faster way... Anybody had situation like this? How the procedure of Massdrop support looks like? I already used the "contact support" form, no answer till now... should I hit straight to Klymit?
Krystian.zg
I had a puncture, returned the mat for warranty, and it was returned unrepaired - which I discovered on a 9 day hike.
Is there any pump bags that work with this flat valve that serve double duty? My understanding is that only the long awkward klymit pump bag works. My exped doesn’t work and the sea to summit doesn’t work. Can anyone confirm if the big Agnes pumphouse works?
Oc192
It inflates in 8-12 breaths depending on preferred firmness. Very manageable. Brought the pump bag that came with a previous model and wound up never needing it.
What Degree is this rated for? Im looking for a pad to use for my hammock.
Gr33ncar
It has an r-value of 4.4. Here's a chart from the Thermarest site. Depending on what kind of conditions you intend on camping in, this pad should be adequate in combination with an appropriately rated sleeping bag.
You might also want to read up on cold weather hammock camping, if that's your intention. I'm under the impression that a sleep pads r-value may be effected by being completely surrounded by cold air, as you are in a hammock.
Hope you find this helpful.

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I cant join I typed in everything but it wont let me buy Want a long Maybe because I live in Japan?
So I got my pad today, and as I was laying down on it I kept smelling something funky. I flipped the pad over and found that the rubber on the back of the pad smells really bad. I'm pretty sure it's not something from my floor so Is it just a temporary smell from the rubber?
Ginron
Yes, mine also had a funky manufacturing kinda tang straight out of the package . I just left it unrolled and hung in my laundry- smell disappated quickly and never noticed anything funky smelling ever again.
My pad was delivered today only 5 working days after I ordered it! I did pay for expedited shipping since I am leaving on a hike next weekend though. I inflated it and put some weight on it for a couple hours. Also, for the 5 minutes I layed on it, it seemed pretty darn comfy (plus I was on my side). It passed this little test with flying colors. It took me 15 breathes to inflate which I don't think is all that bad, but I am a newbie. I figure for the price and features, 15 breathes of fresh mountain air ain't that big of a deal.
I'll update with more after I use it for 3 nights straight.
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Thanks for the reminder. Just got back last night. The pad actually took about 17-20 breaths of thinner mountain air. Not a big deal to me. The first night I filled it too full and it felt wobbly. The second night I didn't fill it up so much and I felt more stable and comfortable. Something to experiment with. We didn't end up staying for the 3rd night so nothing more to report.
I like it and would recommend it. For my purposes, the price, value and quality is spot on!
Jeffrow
Just got myself one! Thx for the review.
Sure wish they would make a wide/short version
scope
I strongly hope for it. Insulation of the fuselage is important, but length is not necessary.
scope
Yes!!!!! I really want a wide short. Contemplated shortening my wide/long but love it too much to chop and iron it in case I ruined it.