Coleman Self-Inflating Camp Pad

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Coleman Self-inflating Camp Pad Features.

Coleman Self-inflating Camp Pad.
So you are planning a quick trip to a friend s house but you don t want to have to carry to much stuff. Just take your reliable Coleman Self-inflating Camp Pad with the pillow. This pad is very easy to operate since it has a self-inflating free-flow valve. Another great benefit of the pad is that it is made of a tough nylon material making it very durable and weather resistant. It is 2.5" x 25" x 76", just the right size for you. And for even added comfort they have made this pad outer layer tufted. After use, just open up the free flow valve and roll up the Coleman Self-inflating Camp Pad and squeeze to expel the air from it. Now, your pad is ready to be used for the next time you need it.

Key Features.


  • Durable, weather-resistant nylon shell


  • Tufted design for added comfort


  • Attached compression straps for compact storage and easy transport


  • 1-year limited warranty
  • Attached pillow
  • Free flow valve allows for easy inflation and deflation. No pump needed!
The Coleman Self-Inflating Camp Pad inflates quickly and easily creating a comfortable layer of air for a good night's sleep. In the morning simply open the valve, push out the air as you roll it up and use the attached compression straps to store and carry.
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Inflated dimensions:72 in. x 24 in. x 1.5 in. (183 cm x 61 cm x 3.81 cm)
Size:2.5" x 25" x 76"
Weight:4lb 3oz

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Coleman Self-Inflating Camp Pad Reviews:


Bulky sleep pad

This item did not inflate on it's own upon initial use. When I tried to blow it up, it turned in to a balloon that was terribly uncomfortable to sleep (roll) on. I eventually let some air out and it did improve the comfort. Just took a trip last week and brought a different and better pad along to use instead.
Mer at Campmor on 08/08/2013

Balloons up

Beware unbonded! That means the back is not attached to the front. The result is a formless pad that inflates like a bounce house. The result is that is either doesn't give you enough support (underinflated) or you roll off of it (overinflated). Spend a little more, and you'll get something you'll actually enjoy using. This thing is useless.
Guybrarian at Campmor on 07/07/2013

Minimally effective

My husband and I used these mats on a recent camping trip. While they provided minimal relief from rocks and roots, they provided no relief from ground hardness. For as expensive as these are, I would have expected a thicker, more padded product.
Jaren at Campmor on 06/06/2013