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Numo sleeping mat

A 2 season full length ultralight and compact sleeping mat

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If you are after the comfort of a thick camping mat without the weight penalty the Numo is the pad for you.

With no foam inside Numo has an extremely compact pack size and is favoured by lightweight Alpinists, bikepackers and trekkers alike. You'll need to provide all the puff to inflate it, but once inflated you'll be rewarded with 8.5 cm of cushioning to see off those lumps and bumps.

  • Single valve inflation/deflation
  • Compression stuffsack and repair kit included
  • Compact and Ultralight

£35.00

Thick when inflated, compact when rolled away

Specification

Weight: 375 g (Including stuff sack and repair kit)
Width: 47 cm
Length: 180 cm
Thickness: 8.5 cm
Packed size: 21 cm x 10 cm

Origin: China

3 Year Alpine lite Guarantee

Your mat is warrantied for 3 years against defects in materials or workmanship. If the mat is found defective under the warranty we will repair or replace it at our discretion free of charge. Mats may be replaced with a fully guaranteed but cosmetically irregular replacement. Normal wear, puncture, misuse, alteration or abuse is not covered. Please follow the care instructions below to ensure the maximum life of your mat. The lifespan of an incorrectly stored mat will be considerably shortened.

Inflation

Open the valve and blow in to add air pressure for the desired level for comfort. Close valve. Your mat is now ready for use.

Deflation
Open the valve, fold the mat into 3 or 4, sit on the mat until all the air is squashed out. Roll from one end towards the valve end. Close the valve and pack.

Storage
All brands of inflatable mats should be stored the same way. Make sure the mat is stored dry, unrolled, with valve open and full of air. If the mat is stored rolled up then mildew may form on the cover and mois- ture trapped inside may result in delamination. This is not covered by warranty.

Cleaning
Every now and then to make sure that food, damp and other materials do not degrade the mat. To clean, inflate the mat and close the valve. Wash with techwash and rinse. Leave unrolled to dry, and don’t forget to open the valve.

Tips

* Always check for puncturing hazards under mat area when setting camp (sharp rocks, thorns) * Use a ground cloth beneath mat if not sleeping in a tent

* Its not a flotation device

* Do not pressurize or inflate with a pump

* Do not leave in direct sunlight for prolonged periods

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I’ve only had the chance to try it one night, but so far I’m pleased.

I don’t get the impression it’ll be enormously warm (simply due to the design of it, with no insulation foam etc) but I’d more than happily take it out for any of the warmer months. The good side of this particular design it is that it’s incredibly comfortable and packs very light and small. It does a fantastic job of smoothing out the bumps and lumps in a typical sleeping spot and gifted me the best nights sleep I’ve ever had in a tent.

As for durability, just have to wait and see so far. I’d sworn off inflatable mats in the past because of a few bad experiences, but I’m hoping that as a warmer months mat the temperatures it’ll be used in will mean no major trouble if it does go down on me. It seems to be built well enough but again, only time will tell.

Short version, does what it says on the product page and at £35 I’m very happy I bought it.

08 April, 2015 by J James

Having owned or used several sleeping mats from retro DofE foam roll mats to overpriced, lightweight and squeaky Thermarest inflatables,  I’ve always struggled to get the best balance I can between durable, lightweight and cheap. I know I’ll never nail all three of those criteria but I reckon the Numo gets as close as anyone has yet.

Rolled up it’s smaller than I thought.  Inflated it looks and feels thicker than 8.5cm.

Sleeping-wise it’s a dream. Fitting nearly into my Hunka XL, there’s still plenty of room for my 4 season bag to loft.

Offering a good night’s kip, being easy to deflate and roll up and with a storage bag and repair kit being nice touches, I can’t recommend this mat high enough.

Thermarest should be keeping a worried eye out.

02 April, 2015 by Simon Rutter
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WMB Tests MytiMug, Hunka and Numo

What Mountain Bike July 2011 - Andy McCandlish

WMB tests and reviews all the essential kit for adventure biking. The MytiMug and Numo are both awarded 4 out of 5 stars. The Hunka is awarded 3 out of 5 stars.

You can do just about everything with [the MytiMug] - cook in it, eat out of it and drink from it. Now that is space saving!

Andy McCandlish

Another suberb value offering from Alpkit... We used [the Numo] down to 0°C to great effect.

Andy McCandlish

For the money [the Hunka] really can't be beaten ... The small pack size and built-in stuff sack are a very welcome bonus.

Andy McCandlish

The day had been a long one, tea of sorts had been eaten and the bike kind of cleaned. Jon was looking forward to a good night and with his legs still striped with mud, he crawled into his bag and cinched up the hood. As he closed his eyes and listened to the makeshift campsite retire for the evening he couldn't help but join in the giggles as the odd balloon pop echoed up into the night sky

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