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    I was out yesterday setting up camp and used the method described in the video.
    First I put a 30 liter waterproof stuff sack inside the ULA Ohm.
    Then I stuff in my Exped Down Booties and Exped Dreamwalker 650 L sleeping bag into the stuff sack inside the Ohm.
    On top of that I stuff Arrowhead Equipments Snoring Bear Pillow and then the WB Traveler with Speer’s PolarPod still attached (overstuffed with 6 oz. down).
    This makes for a super fast setup/takedown time.

    Weight: 4,6 kg. / 10,14 lb

    I carry from 1 to 3 waterproof stuff sacks depending on the hike.
    One for down and hammock.
    One for extra clothes.
    One for food.

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    i'm a big fan of the lazy slug tube. it works very well for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by flatline View Post
    i'm a big fan of the lazy slug tube. it works very well for me.
    What is the weight of the Lazy Slug Tube?

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    Hi guys, thanks so much for all the feedback and information... Special thanks to BlazeAway for the video. It is having a good rain here tonight (friday) but I have set some time aside to pack away my sleep system tomorrow. It is all setup outside ready for packing. I'll complete the test by then unpacking it to how easy it works for me to get it back up. Should have a vid to post tomorrow afternoon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlazeAway View Post
    What is the weight of the Lazy Slug Tube?
    i can't recall the weight of the LST, sorry.
    i don't own a scale
    it approximates the wt. of the other stuff sacks that it replaces.
    i don't see the weight listed on the Wilderness Logics site.
    for me, it's greatest values are up-down speed and the protection from ground moisture and abrasion when packing up.
    Last edited by flatline; 08-19-2011 at 08:22. Reason: values

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    Quote Originally Posted by flatline View Post
    i can't recall the weight of the LST, sorry.
    i don't own a scale
    it approximates the wt. of the other stuff sacks that it replaces.
    i don't see the weight listed on the Wilderness Logics site.
    for me, it's greatest values are up-down speed and the protection from ground moisture and abrasion when packing up.
    Anyway, it looks like a great piece of gear.

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    Blazeaway - enjoyed your video. thank you for sharing

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlazeAway View Post
    Hi Lepmeister.
    Before reading your post I would pack down each piece of the setup separately in one big waterproof stuff sack inside the ULA Ohm.
    But your post inspired me to experiment with packing it all down as one piece.
    Seems to be the way that I will pack my gear in the future.
    Best,
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    Enjoyed your video a lot BA. I really like how the polarpeapod holds the TQ in the traveler. Very nice setup and method for packing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OutandBack View Post
    Enjoyed your video a lot BA. I really like how the polarpeapod holds the TQ in the traveler. Very nice setup and method for packing.
    Hi OutandBack and ShadowAlpha.
    Glad you enjoyed it.
    Like Lepmeister I too will be sleeping out to night and will have a video up for HF in the morning.
    Best,
    Blaze

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    Quote Originally Posted by flatline View Post
    i'm a big fan of the lazy slug tube. it works very well for me.
    Funny, I looked at that...thing... on the Wilderness Logics site the other day but couldn't really understand what it was. With your fullsize images (not the tiny thumbnails on WL's site) it's much easier to see and understand.

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