The underquilt arrived in about 6 days, nicely boxed. Upon opening the box, I immediately weighed the underquilt and the included windshield reflector.
Weights: Underquilt, including suspension, in the stuff sack = 16.2 ounces
Windshield reflector = 1 1/4 ounce.
(manufacturer weight for the UQ = 18 ounces; I am not sure if this includes the windshield reflector or not)
Measurements: length = 78 inches; width = 48 inches
Temperature rating = 45 degrees
Price = $119
Rating explanation: Did not give a 5 because I have not had the chance to use the quilt outdoors in cooler weather; so I can not testify to how true its temp rating is.
Initial Impression: Well made. All seams were evenly sewn with no puckering or loose threads. The suspension is very simple: tab loops sewn to each end with an attached piece of shock cord, which can be lengthened or shortened for different hammocks and includes tiny S-hooks for hanging from the hammock suspension. The ends are pregathered to fit the hammock.
Hanging: Instructions say to place the side with the seem towards the hammock and to fit loosely at first and tighten to your hammock, but not too tight. With this done, just hook the S-hooks to each end, or place the shock cord over the end bundle of the hammock.
After hanging impression: plenty of length for most folks. The quilt is not as wide as most quilts, but is sufficient for its intended temperature rating. It is easy to adjust from side to side while lying in the hammock. The insulation is 100% polyester (cozy material); the shell is DWR Ripstop nylon and is a pleasant bright green.
I have not used this quilt down to its rating, as my intended purpose for this quilt is to insulate my indoor hammock and to use for warm weather car camping, but it has proven to be warm on the recent cool nights. I have 3 dogs and did not want to use my down quilts, since the dogs like to "swing" the hammock a bit and I do not want to clean up down.
If you use your hammock indoors or for warmer weather, then this would be a reasonably priced, full-length underquilt. With careful planning, it might be a good quilt for damp, cooler weather also.
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