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    I'll wait for a famous One Click review before I pull the trigger. Looking forward to seeing it in person.

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    Quote Originally Posted by daveysnowis View Post
    https://www.rei.com/product/719843/therm-a-rest-compressible-pillow

    I have no idea why but I need a pillow ... like all the time. Naps, hammock, bed, cot, airplane, binge watching Shug's videos, etc...

    Probably the heaviest of those listed and maybe the most bulky. It isn't great in real warm weather but it is great in cold weather. A ton of support.
    Yes, and it takes a lot of place, though personally I prefer it to any of air filled pillows. And it might be way too heavy for a camping, but I am doing whatever I can to get my pack weight down while still being able to stay on the comfortable side. And I must say that it still does compress down to a very compact size.


    Quote Originally Posted by brutalguyracing View Post
    thanks guys
    i just ordered one
    i can always count on youz guyz to spend my money for me
    Congrats on purchase

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    Quote Originally Posted by clingy_possum View Post
    Yes, and it takes a lot of place, though personally I prefer it to any of air filled pillows. And it might be way too heavy for a camping, but I am doing whatever I can to get my pack weight down while still being able to stay on the comfortable side. And I must say that it still does compress down to a very compact size.




    Congrats on purchase
    I use the small size and removed about half of the stuffing. Works great for me now and just over 4 ounces.... And I used the removed stuffing to make another pillow!

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    Another vote for the Sea to Summit Aeros inflatable pillow.

    I like how it is adjustable to your personal preference by adjusting how much you blow it up. Plus, it packs down to the size of a tennis ball.

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    I was at my REI Garage sale yesterday. Picked up the Aeros Premium for 20 bucks, although they overcharged me. Slept 4 or 5 straight hours with it last night, which is great for me. I usually get up multiple times. Good first test. We shall see. I have numerous pillows that I like but haven't loved any enough for it to be my only pillow.

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    Received my klymt today
    It's tiny
    I have not set it up yet
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    Quote Originally Posted by Smckinney0031 View Post
    I use a u shaped travel pillow. It works pretty great but it does not pack down too small
    Just curious, do you find this comfortable through the night? Can you move your head enough to stay comfortable or do you get a 'crick' from being in one position?
    To hang or not to hang, that is the question!
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    Quote Originally Posted by durunner View Post
    I was at my REI Garage sale yesterday. Picked up the Aeros Premium for 20 bucks, although they overcharged me. Slept 4 or 5 straight hours with it last night, which is great for me. I usually get up multiple times. Good first test. We shall see. I have numerous pillows that I like but haven't loved any enough for it to be my only pillow.
    Looks like you got a good deal. Those things are usually pretty expensive at REI. Good find!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by MammockHammock View Post
    Just curious, do you find this comfortable through the night? Can you move your head enough to stay comfortable or do you get a 'crick' from being in one position?
    Omg yes I stay comfortable all night, can roll my head/neck in any direction, dont have to readjusting I turn or roll in my sleep, and I have never had any problems of losing it in the night.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brutalguyracing View Post
    Received my klymt today
    It's tiny
    I have not set it up yet
    I was thoroughly disappointed. https://www.hammockforums.net/forum/...r-Review/page2

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