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    Senior Member chickenwing's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jazilla View Post
    What does it weigh and how well does it compress and a picture of it slung up would be nice.
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    Nice work.
    Jazilla beat me to the questions.
    I've been using IX for my UQs and TQs. Interested to see how this compares.
    Okay, so I didn't get around to weighing this thing up until this morning and I still haven't stuffed it to see the compression. Maybe this weekend for the compression pictures and measurements.

    Now remember before you go freaking out and saying, "What? that thing is HEAVY!"
    This underquilt boasts a total of 7.5 ounces of fluffy, white ClimaShield goodness spread out over an area of 60" by 44" and is guaranteed to keep me warm and toasty in just about any condition in which I will be camping.
    and
    I am not much into weight. For the most part I am a car camper or kayak/canoe camper and I made sure to buy both kayak and canoe that would take the weight.
    but you wanted a weight, so here it is...

    Without stuff sack or shock cord suspension the weight is


    783.8 grams
    or
    27.65 ounces
    or
    1.728 pounds
    or
    1 pound 11.65 ounces

    chickenwing = pound hog
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    Senior Member chickenwing's Avatar
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    The Toaster

    I still don't have any pictures but I was able to get a few pics of the underquilt hanging under a hammock.



    More pics are at this link
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    that thing looks great.

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    Senior Member chickenwing's Avatar
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    I finally had enough time to put together a stuff sack for my underquilt.



    I am not sure if you can tell, but the stuff sack is folded back on itself. When opened fully, it doubles as the storage sack or I should also be able to fit a top quilt (next project) in the sack also.
    and then

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