More sleeping gear

Visited Camping World at Mitchell ACT last week and as well as buying my tent.  I was inspecting their range of sleeping bag liners and whilst they were having a 30% off sale on their sleeping bags unfortunately it didn’t include their liners, but I did get 10% off so better than a poke in the eye with a sharp stick.

Anyhow the liner I picked out was a Sea to Summit product called Reactor Thermolite Liner.

Manufacturer’s blurb here :

The Reactor is made from Thermolite, a hollow core fiber that provides extraordinary warmth for its weight and remains extremely breathable. Adds up to 15 degrees F / 8 degrees C of warmth to a sleeping bag or, used alone, is the ideal warm weather bag.

  • Lighter weight, more packable than fleece
  • Adds up to 15 degrees F / 8 degrees C of warmth to a sleeping bag
  • Mummy shape with a box foot
  • Draw cord hood with mini cord lock
  • Colour of liner is black
  • Weighs just 8.7oz (250 grams)
  • Packs into its own 75mm x 125mm silk nylon stuff sack

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About two weeks ago, the Snowgum sales brochure passed my desk at work. It had this little item in it for $10 Inflatable Pillow down from $34.95 which I wouldn’t have bought at that price.  It’s so bright it can double as a safety device.

Material
Top Shell: 75D Polyester TPU (Orange)pillow
Bottom Shell: 150D Oxford TPU (Grey)
Inner: Diamond Cut Open cell Foam (CFC Free)
Dimensions: 42 x 32 x 12.5 cm
Weight: 200g (including stuff sack)