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Old 12-09-14, 11:58 AM
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Static Klymit V on Amazon lighting deal for $34.55

Being this has been discussed in this forum I figured I should alert those interested.

Only a couple of hours to act though.

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Thanks. The 'Deal" is over, but I got a bud into it just before. Impressive pad for the bucks.
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Being this has been discussed in this forum I figured I should alert those interested.

Only a couple of hours to act though.

Gold Box Deals | Today's Deals - Amazon.com

Easiest to find by filtering on Sports and Outdoors..

edit: corrected price.
Doh! I can't type on a tablet for some reason. The title should have read, Klymit Static V and the price was $34.55.
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Speaking of pads folks should check out the new Sea To Summit pads coming out soon. I had the opportunity to check one out and talk with one of their reps and it is a killer pad that is extremely well built and thought out. No more air shifting because instead of long baffles you have smaller pockets that when depressed don't effect any other pockets. It was super comfortable especially on my side and inflated very quickly using their pump sack or you can use your breath (and thanks to anti-microbial treatment no mold growth) and deflation is super quick as well. I have used other pads and generally you have to spend time squeezing out air and that can take time, this was pretty much done in 15 seconds.

I don't own one yet because they aren't yet out but from what I have seen and heard they are making something pretty bonzer:
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Wow, missed this one. Actually I have the Lux model, excellent pad.
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