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nice idea but won't be buying 1 yet because;
20d nylon??? great please DO save weight and cost but not @ expense of having to baby one's gear.
too narrow for my sasquatchian big sexy.
airpads leak,rip, etc. WHEN will someone figure out how to give a closed cell pad an air option on top???
middle of the bush i'll keep my closed cell KNOWING i'll be comfy especially if no pine bows or moss/peat/thick thatch around.
carcamping? why the hell wouldnt you bring the king size guest bed???
long term 'dirtbags' said on ALL hard surfaces it did nothing and was painful.
make it wider while keeping weight and price down and i can see huge sales to winter wonderland wanderers...
whatfilter_n0filter
should make it mateable to another pad too...
I used this pad extensively during the summer. Here’s my review after 4 months, 700+ trail kms.

Weight and packed size is the winning attribute here. So incredibly light and packs down smaller than a nalgene. For comfort, on a scale of 1-10, I give this a 5. Personally, I’m not a fan of the baffles. I can really feel them, even through my sleeping bag. Also very slippery. I’d slide right off the pad often if I was unlucky enough to not find a totally level site. Even slight unevenness. Which lead to lots of waking during the nights for adjustments.

Finally, my biggest issue with this pad is that after a couple months use the air is now very slowly escaping during the night. Which is a huge bummer. Woke up almost on the ground the other night. I submerged the pad to try to find a pin hole somewhere maybe, but I couldn’t. Which leads me to believe it’s the crappy twist valve that is wearing out.

With all the said, I’d still recommend this pad for its size and weight. Just be aware of the few downsides and possible valve issues.
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Thank you!! I’ll reach out to them. Thanks for the reply. ✌🏼✌🏼
gnarledcoulee
Here is a valve repair video, using super glue (you're probably thinking what I was thinking...), apparently from Klymit themselves. YMMV of course. I'm not recommending anyone do this but I have not experienced any negatives myself.
I did this on my older Klymit pad as insurance against leaks.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=26&v=0kkLMmIwzFQ
Update on shipping please...
Estimated original ship date 08/29/17.
It is now 09/05/17???
why is massdrop selling older models without the full features of the newer models like the flat valves and non-slip coating? if I had known, I would have waited. This is not a good practice. How would an uninformed person know? I'm disappointed.
Very disappointed with pad...
There is a defect in the manufacturing of the product and it slowly leaks air.
I am hoping I can get a replacement pad from Massdrop.
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Catfish
I'm also having this issue..
Have to re-inflate multiple times a night.
When i got all three of the various models from massdrop, each one a massdrop branded one i think. I blew each one too high pressure and left it for a week. Not one had a noticeable difference in that time. I have to say that the screw valve ones were near impossible to get to my usual higher pressures.
Anyone know if its the screw type ore the twist and and pull type valve? I finally used my klymit pillow and wowzerz i hate that screw type valve.
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Well all that thought for nothing, refunded due to backorder. So sad... Seems klymit is a source of disappointment here at massdrop.
z80cowboy
Twist and pull
Are you ever getting back the insulated ultra light massdrop klimate pad?
Blkrose5150
The new model it's only insulated. The new model has dual flat valves, anti slip coating under the torso, and comes in three sizes. It should be available again in the next week or two. We won't make the insulted certain again with this regular valve, just the uninsulated. Thanks for asking.
DannyMilks
In the next week or two! Wooohoooo!
How about Massdrop do a custom, lighter version of the Insulated Hammock V? The current Klymit version is ripe for some Massdrop improvements :)
Looks like this is different from the dual valved pads. Anyone knows which valve type works better ? (btw, standard Klymit valves seem to be different form both these valve types.)
I have used this roughly 5 nights and it has a hole in it already. Nothing worse than waking up on the ground with a nearly new pad deflated underneath you... Anyone else had this experience? Massdrop - is there anything we can do here?

Mine was the uninsulated version.
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Totally understand and agree with you. What is concerning is that this pad has only been used in a clean tent, a handful of times. I don't over inflate and I don't weigh a million pounds, so I am really racking my brain to find a reason for it deflating other than 'manufacturing defect'.

Again - I totally get your point. This is my 3rd pad in as many years and I am just getting tired of buying them!
astamp
Hopefully they didn't have any manufacturing issues with coating uniformity or thickness. Punctures are a hassle but at least they're fixable.

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