Klymit Insulated Static V Lite Sleeping Pad
Klymit Insulated Static V Lite Sleeping Pad
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A comfortable, minimalist sleeping pad for anyone looking to pare down their load, the Klymit Static V Lite has an R-value of 4.4 and weighs just 19.6 ounces. The body-mapped V shape and dynamic side rails reduce air movement and hug your body as you sleep, while the Klymalite synthetic insulation offers reliable thermal performance for all seasons—from summer backpacking to winter ski tours Read More

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Sahara45
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Jul 15, 2019
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I live in the uk. If I buy this, will I have to pay import fees? Thank you
Jul 15, 2019
MerelR
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Jul 13, 2019
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Why are shipping costs 20 dollars for this 56 dollar mat, while the ultralight version shipping costs are just 5 dollars?
Jul 13, 2019
PaulNZ
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Jul 14, 2019
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Agreed. This is really annoying and I have asked the same question in the past. Drop never bother replying.
Jul 14, 2019
proaxis
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Jul 19, 2019
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It must vary widely based on location, my shipping cost was $8.25 for an order of two of these insulated sleeping mats shipped to Oregon.
Jul 19, 2019
davetannenbaum
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May 29, 2019
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When flipping the inflate/default valve, the "wheel" will pop completely out of the sleeping pad. I can place it back in, but it pops out fairly easily. I imagine this is a manufacturing defect but thought I'd check with others before contacting Massdrop/Klymit. Has anyone else had this experience?
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May 29, 2019
onedaycamper
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Sep 7, 2019
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Old post, but I will answer anyway :-) The valve and pad at all times are just one piece (if at some point you have two pieces in hand -- this is faulty product). Valve moves along its axis between open and closed position. However in order to lock the close position you need to twist it. If your valve opens by itself in LOCKED position it is a defect, but if it opens by itself in closed unlocked position I would say it is somewhat expected -- air pressure + friction in valve make it is possible and it is no surprise.
Sep 7, 2019
CarryOnRTW
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May 28, 2019
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Do the pads in the drop as of May 28th, 2019 have the push/pull valve as shown in the pictures or the single flat inflate/deflate flip valve?
May 28, 2019
davetannenbaum
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May 29, 2019
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I ordered one about a month ago, and mine has a flip valve (i.e., not the one shown in the photo).
May 29, 2019
bohwaz2
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Apr 30, 2019
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I got the Massdrop Ultralight V which also has a R-Value of 4.4. Although it is quite comfy, it doesn't have any insulation inside, and it is extremely cold compared to a NeoAir Trekker (which has a R-value of 2 only!). For me it seems that the R-Value of the Ultralight V is absolute nonsense and has never really been tested. Does this one has really been tested and is warmer?
Apr 30, 2019
thinshadow
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May 30, 2019
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I think something got mixed up in the specs you saw somewhere along the line. Klymit has ultralight versions of both the insulated and non-insulated pads, same size for both. If your pad doesn’t have “insulated” in its name (and it weighs about 12 oz), you’ve got the uninsulated one with a listed R-value of 1.3. I can’t vouch for the ultralight or light versions of their insulated pads, but I have a regular Insulated Static V and it is pretty warm.
May 30, 2019
SunnyGram
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Apr 13, 2019
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I have a question about the Klymit insulated v static lite I just bought.the valve on it it says to flip it to inflate or deflate .Do you leave it flipped over like halfway to blow into it?it seems hard to blow into this way .The valve is like right in middle of where u blow into it .And I have blown a lot more than 15 breaths into it and it's not nearly close to being blown up .
Apr 13, 2019
CarryOnRTW
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Apr 23, 2019
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There's more resistance in the inflate position but you lose air when it's flipped between inflate/deflate. I leave it halfway so it's easy to inflate with my pack liner. It's full after 1 bag of air so I then quickly set it to inflate, losing a bit of air in the process, and then top it off with a partial bag. Obviously you can do this with your mouth as well. Here' someone else's video with a similar setup that gives you the general idea.
Apr 23, 2019
CarryOnRTW
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Apr 6, 2019
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Just picked our 2 pads up. At first we thought they shipped us the wrong ones. Out of the stuff sack they measured 84"L x 26"W and they have a new flat air valve with a flip inflate/deflate design. After inflating, the measurements were bang on: 72"L x 23"W. Deflating with this new valve is much faster than the older style one. We previously used our trash compactor bag liners to inflate with the old style valves so we'll have to see how these new ones will work an dhow they hold up. There's no reference to them on Klymit's valve page although a piece of paper with instructions and the Klymit logo was included. Did anyone else get this new valve that's different than the pics for the drop? Here's some pics to see what we mean:
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Apr 6, 2019
CarryOnRTW
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Apr 13, 2019
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If you are blowing you don't want it in the middle, you want it in the "inflate" position.
Apr 13, 2019
HikersDaze
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May 28, 2019
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Thank you for pointing this out it will help me make an more informed decision. Using a compactor bag to blow it up sounds like a brilliant idea never occurred to me as I am also using compactor bag to waterproof my sleeping bag and clothes inside my pack. I do know other pads have some kind of inflator bag which is nice because it keeps to a minimum the amount of moisture that can get in and it would be my preference. I would like to know if you can get it to work
May 28, 2019
Cirrus44
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Apr 3, 2019
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Bought this 4 days ago and Just been notified my package should ship on the 17/4, this is way too slow .
Apr 3, 2019
Rockhound
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Mar 30, 2019
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Anyone know the current shipping charge for this pad? Thanx
Mar 30, 2019
xdmkii
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Mar 27, 2019
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I know this a is a personal anecdote, but this has been a good pad. I bought this back in Jan '16 and it's still going strong. I've had terrible luck with inflatables but this one has outlasted all my previous pads and it's kept me warm as well.
Mar 27, 2019
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