The self-inflating Exped MegaMat 10 LXW sleeping pad delivers luxurious camping comfort in any season. Measuring 77.6" x 30.3" x 3.9" the mattress is ready for use at the campground in an RV or even as a portable guest bed. Because of its 3.9" thickness the pad has an incredibly warm R-value of 9.5!
The mattress’s open-cell foam core provides a luxurious sleeping base and makes inflation easy. When you unroll the mattress and open the inflate valve the foam responds by soaking up air similar to a sponge absorbing liquid. Once the mattress has inflated you can use the Exped Minipump (included) your mouth or other Exped pump accessories (sold separately) to top off inflation for a firm sleeping surface or let some air out for a softer mattress. Brushed polyester fabric on the pad’s surface provides slip-resistance and next-to-skin comfort. High-frequency welded seams and strong lamination provide reliable durability. The unique 3-D creates vertical sidewalls that enhance comfort.
Glues used in sleeping pad construction are often broken down by moisture but Exped's proprietary fabric lamination process creates airtight baffles and prevents potentially destructive moisture and bacteria from building up in the pad and destroying the glues.
Many inflatable sleeping pads fail due to their valve construction but Exped's FlatValve technology eliminates the stiff edge commonly found around traditional valves. This results in lasting durable valve construction for the life of the pad.
Available in two color options each Exped MegaMat 10 LXW mattress includes its own stuff sack.
- MiniPump included
- Warm foamblock core
- 9.5 R-Value
- FlatValve inflation and deflation valves
Best Use Camping R-Value 9.5 Item Weight 5 lbs 11.9 oz Dimensions 77.6" x 30.3" x 3.9" Other Stuff Sack Included Warranty 5 Years Type Self-Inflating Sleeping Pad Packed Size 31.1" x 9.8"
Real Customer Reviews
- Innovative Sleeping Solution
Likes: + Better than my previous set up!
(Teton Outfitter XXL Cot and Teton Outfitter XXL Pad)
+ Vertical Side Walls
(I slept on sleeping pads with gradual sides and I've rolled off of one because of it!)
+ Foam Inside
(I've used the Coleman's air mattress and it's cold)
+ Well Designed Valves
(Able to adjust for the right amount of air for comfort)
+ Sidewinder Stuff Sack is a great
(Easier to pack)
Dislikes: - Expensive
- Comfortable, easy to use, doesn’t lose air
Likes: Clever design, easy to use, stays inflated, very comfortable, Good size for one person, like the olive green cover
- As comfortable as my regular bed
Likes: -supreme comfort
Dislikes: -doesn't pack down very small
Likes: Best camping sleep pad I have ever used. I typically sleep on my side making most camping pads very uncomfortable. The Megamat has an amazing foam/air hybrid system that provides ample cushioning and next level comfort regardless of your sleeping style.
Dislikes: Quite large and cumbersome, but that's to be expected. Stills packs down to a reasonable size given the large sleeping surface and thick cushioning!
- Very pleased
Likes: I felt like this mattress had plenty of room to move around on. I never felt like the edges would collapse or cause me to roll off the side. I slept on it for six nights in a tent. While it did not match the comfort of my own Normal bed at home, it does exceed anything else I’ve ever tried in a tent. I have slept on various cots, and various types of foam pads (including closed cell types, and the soft yellow foam type), and just normal air mattresses. The comfort of this system surpass them all. Usually I can feel the ground, or have excessive pressure points in areas like my hips. The first night I had it, it was too firm and I did feel some mild pressure on my hips ( although still better than anything else I have used ) Nights 2-6, I experienced little or no pressure on my hips, because I had let out some air and it made the mattress softer. I probably could have let out more air but I chose not to. While laying down, I never once “bottomed out.” That was a huge plus for me. I am a little over 200 pounds, and I don’t like feeling my hips hit the ground. I did not think the included pump was bad. It worked better than expected and I don’t really feel the need to buy anything different. In full disclosure, I did have a blue closed cell foam pad underneath it just to protect it from anything sharp that might have been on the ground. But I don’t think that that closed cell foam pad did much to alter the feel of this mattress one where the other. The mattress never felt cold to me, nor did it feel excessively warm. I believe most of the nights were probably in the low 50s. I used to own a pop up camper, and this mattress was more comfortable than the mattresses in the camper. This is the third year I have tent camped since I sold the pop up. I feel like I have finally landed on a decent sleeping solution for a tent. I also liked the included carrying case. For car camping this thing is awesome. It actually takes up far less space than the yellow foam pad that I tried last year, and really doesn’t take up much more space than those blue closed cell foam pads that you buy at the big box stores, etc. It was easy to get into the bag. Deflating was not a big deal. All in all this is a great product.
Dislikes: I really didn’t have any dislikes. As I stated, it was not as comfortable as my mattress in my house, nor should it be expected to be! My mattress at my house doesn’t roll into a nice compact, lightweight roll and sling over my shoulder. This does!
- Very comfortable!!!!
Likes: I’m 6ft 260lbs and a side sleeper. This has given me the most comfortable nights sleep. It is very well made and I love how small it rolls up too.
Dislikes: It takes quite a few minutes to pump it up. But.....1st world problems for such a comfortable sleep
- Super comfy
Likes: Super comfy. Easier to deflate and roll up than I thought.
Dislikes: I had to use the little hand pump for longer than I would have liked, even after letting it sit inflated for 24 hours as recommended. It takes up a lot of room in our small car.
- Best for Back Sufferers
Likes: Fills out nicely; easy air pump; super-duper comfortable. Durable, too. Deflates just fine. Odd that the carrying sack doesn't fasten closed. No biggie.
Dislikes: I do have a bad back; I have to give up camping. But don't give up on the Exped megamat. It's expensive, but worth every penny. I camped for two nights at Cayo Costa island in the Gulf of Mexico. My back went out, but not because of the mattress. get it.
Likes: Comfortable. Easy to inflate and deflate. No movement like an air mattress.
Dislikes: Having to store inflated. Can't do this so plan on inflating every few weeks.
- Absolutely love it
Likes: Simple to use and super comfy, absolutely love it! Stuff sack is such a smart design! not a stuff sack at all, no more fumbling trying to squish mat in sack when packing up camp. Love it
Dislikes: None at all
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