Wednesday, June 21, 2017
Klymit Cush Recon Seat Pad / Pillow - Review - Light and Inexpensive
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Today Luke is reviewing the Klymit Cush Recon Seat Pad/Pillow.
Light and Inexpensive
Link : https://www.klymit.com/cush-recon-seat.html
Price : $17
Weight : 2.89oz
Color : Coyote Brown / Blue and Gray and Camo
Depending on where you look, you may see it listed as the Cush Inflatable Pillow and Seat Cushion
Rugged, light and compact, the Cush Recon is versatile, mission-ready comfort that easily transitions from backcountry to ball game. It wraps precisely around your head and fits right into your sleeping bag’s hood with an ergonomic deign that cups the ears and minimizes irritation at pressure points. Use it at single-layer thickness, or double or triple it up for more comfort while sitting or taking a quick trail nap. The Cush packs down to the size of a wallet, weighs just three ounces and inflates with just a single breath.
Weight 2.89 oz / 82 g
Dimensions 29" x 9" x 1.5" / 74 cm x 23 cm x 3.81 cm
Pack Size 4.5" x 3.5" x 1" / 11.43 cm x 8.89 cm x 2.54 cm
Inflation 1-2 Breaths
Fabric 75D Polyester
Warranty Limited Lifetime
Comfortable especially as a pillow.
Works as a seat but do be careful where you decide to lay it.
Cut cutouts are very comfortable for sleeping
Material is so-so in comfort; easy to throw shirt over it.
Fits well in the hood of your sleeping bag
Easy to inflate.
Easy to delate.
Materials doesn’t absorb water.
Easy to wipe off if used as a seat.
You can go from sitting on snow or a wet log to sleeping instantly.
Very friendly price
Firm when inflated fully. Release some air to make it softer.
I little slick; can be corrected with some seam sealer.
When used as a pillow, you can fold it to get the thickness that you need.
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