I had updated the weights page months ago to list some actual weights of quilts i have made, but apparently i hadn't updated the link. It is now fixed. The reason i don't list weights with the products is that they are all custom sizes and lofts. However now that i have made most sizes of epiphany and the like i should post a weight with all my quilts that have a size option. Some will be actual and some estimated and i will identify each. Give me a week to get on that. For now check the weights page for actual weights of a bunch of quilts i've done.
No reviews on Sectionhiker.com, just listed on his UL manufactures list. He must have added it recently as I dont recall seeing it a couple of weeks ago.
If you want to check weights but can't use quiltcalc just pm or email and ill plug the nums in for you for the quit and sizes your interested in.
It is pretty safe to assume that the weights of my stuff will be as low as it gets. Other companies also make gear as light as mine but it is hard to get lighter for the same coverage and warmth.
Speaking of cuben. I made a 2/3 UQ form a Nanatuk ghost? bag,(down 800 fill) cut off the foot box. I sewed a cuben .33 piece under the UQ. added less than an oz. does a good job blocking spindrift and of course wind. It weighs about 15.6 oz. seems to work well, gnome
I thought the price for the synthetics top quilts where very reasonable. I want an Epiphany XP for Xmas this year.
When I was in Charleston, SC in Sept I was looking at the straw bread baskets and baulked at $150 price tag. But if you consider that it takes 17 hours to make, it could be considered a bargain!
Those are some light bags.
Good luck with the business.
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Sorry for the brief derail, trying to help him read microsoft's formats
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