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Backintofishing
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   Old Thread  #57 11 Feb 2024 at 10.46am    Login    Register
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Any idea when they are releasing it or any details on it?
Jon
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Jon
   Old Thread  #56 25 Oct 2023 at 4.50pm    Login    Register
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Great. Thanks very much
zinno
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   Old Thread  #55 25 Oct 2023 at 4.03pm    Login    Register
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Team outdoors Nl: SolarCH02

Carperworld Nl; SolarCH02

I also bought the Avid Heated sleeping bag €120 at Henkkoster.nl/€150 at Carperworld.

Jon
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Jon
   Old Thread  #54 25 Oct 2023 at 3.46pm    Login    Register
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Any chance of a link?
zinno
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   Old Thread  #53 25 Oct 2023 at 2.53pm  1  Login    Register
Solar CH sp C-tech (CH02) is £239 in Belgium/Netherlands currently

Stock clearance because new bedchairs are arriving in 2024

£239 is an insane price for one of the best bedchairs on the market, so definitely keep an eye on deals
Exiledcarper
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   Old Thread  #52 25 Oct 2023 at 3.04am    Login    Register
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I had a similar experience while fishing a three day competition at a Texas lake last November, with temps taking a plunge well below freezing at night.
While I was cozy in my Trakker AS 365 and Levelite ELS, my Wife had a couple of awful nights on airbed with numerous blankets.
Needless to say, she now has a brand spanking new Trakker Lumbar bed and has filched my AS 365.
I bought a Cyprinus Magnatex bag for her also, but she wanted the Trakker.
The Cyprinus bag is very toasty too, I must add, but I will need a lighter bag for our far more prevalent warmer night time temps.
I used the Cyprinus early this month, with temps in the 50' s F and it was too warm really.
Thinking Trakker Big Snooze might fit the bill ?
I haven't tried the Trakker Lumbar Bed, but she says it's very comfy.
My older ELS is still the best bedchair I hwve slept on to date.....

colors
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colors
   Old Thread  #51 20 Oct 2023 at 9.28pm    Login    Register
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Will try one of the inflatable mattresses hopefully it works

I believe there are new solar beds due early next year, I think the new version would benefit from a better mattress, I know avid have basically copied the c tech with their new bed and put a memory foam mattress on top. Don't know the build quality would match that of solar though

The other thing all beds should have is the tension straps going round the sides of the bed, I know fox do it on theirs. It helps get the bed much flatter when packed away
vossy1
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vossy1
   Old Thread  #50 20 Oct 2023 at 1.34pm    Login    Register
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I looked into mattress toppers a while ago, you can a get them custom made quite reasonably (sub £90) by places that do custom narrow boat mattresses, also custom van ones,
Personally I've just changed my helium 3.8 SIM for a deeper Outdoor Revolution 7.5cm, I have to let a bit of air out of the 7.5 as find it a bit hard, but I bought it bigger for that reason.
Hudson
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Hudson
   Old Thread  #49 20 Oct 2023 at 5.00am    Login    Register
What are people’s thoughts on a memory foam mattress topper
As opposed to a self inflating mattress? Was thinking of cutting and getting one covered myself but there’s one in the market made by a firm called abode
carpy09
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carpy09
   Old Thread  #48 19 Oct 2023 at 1.39pm  1  Login    Register
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Get yourself on Amazon and purchase unigear ultralight inflatable mat will improve the comfort a lot £17.99. I use 2 of them on my fox mk2 flatliner and never get back ache at all decent nights Kip pain free
colcarp
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   Old Thread  #47 19 Oct 2023 at 11.46am  1  Login    Register
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Not sore hips but a sore back. Just done 2 nights on it and used a thicker sim which has made a massive difference. Couldn't get on with a thin sim as the base is so firm. Link below to what I'm using now. Bulky but does the job!
https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B0BN3CLDG2?psc=1&ref=ppx_pop_mob_b_asin_title
colors
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colors
   Old Thread  #46 18 Oct 2023 at 9.58pm  1  Login    Register
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I've recently bought the c tech, did a 3 day session and was completely crippled.

I suffer with my back terribly, the old nash indulgence wide boy I used for a few years which had no lumber support at all made it worse

Past few years managed on flatliter mk2 which was pretty decent, I'd start to get back trouble on longer trips using it but was happy with it. It had seen better days hence the c tech, my god I've never been in so much pain before. Maybe it's just to firm for a side sleeper with back issues, I'm used to pain but that was genuinely horrific. Just wondering if any other side sleepers who suffer with back issues have had similar?
chanmenie
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   Old Thread  #45 18 Oct 2023 at 9.35pm  1  Login    Register
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Yeah I’m a side sleeper, and no no issues with my hips
bigfishnet
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bigfishnet
   Old Thread  #44 18 Oct 2023 at 6.56pm  1  Login    Register
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I had the non SP one that's supposed to be softer.
Even with a Helium 3.8 SIM I still got sore hips and legs...... now got a Flatliner which I have no trouble with
I'm 6'4" and weigh well north of 20 st which probably doesn't help haha!!
You did ask though !
carpe_diem
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carpe_diem
   Old Thread  #43 18 Oct 2023 at 6.40pm    Login    Register
Anybody a side sleeper on these beds? Do you wake up with sore hips ? Thanks in advance
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