Rab Quantum 400 Sleeping Bag Reviews
Product Type: Rab Sleeping Bag
Description:Manufacturer: Rab / Equipment Type: Camping
Newest Review: ... folded) away easily and un-damagingly. The durability of the whole package is top-notch, but the sleeping bag's bag will ... more
by - written on 19/07/11 (Very useful, 128 readings)
Sleeping outdoors by a lake or local woodland with nature ever encroaching, the typical signs of wild-life surrounding, and a cold beer to your grasp cannot get any better. Or can it? Well with some people it's all about the warmth and comfort of a peaceful nights sleep, enabling you to rise happy in the morning and continue your adventurous travels un-cramped! Well if you're a once a year camper then perhaps this particular product isn't for you, for at around £200-£300 the 'Rab Quantum 400 Sleeping Bag' is for those of us entranced by the lure of the wonderful outdoors - whilst still being in need of an enjoyable nights sleep! I bought my Quantum under a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/08/10 (Very useful, 112 readings)
I purchased one of these bags for a trek up Kilimanjaro which I am undertaking later on this year. I managed to purchase a second hand one off the internet for £150, a big saving on the RRP of around £240. I have bought many items of Rab clothing before, and they are one of the leaders in terms of extreme elements clothing, so I knew that this was going to be a quality product. This is a down 3-4 season bag, so you are never going to be cold. Thus far I have only used mine for camping in the UK and if anything, have found it to be too hot. Using it in the UK alone probably doesn't test it to its extremes. A big part of the reason I chose ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/11/09 (Very useful, 902 readings)
'Two hundred and fifty quid for a sleeping bag?!' I hear you cry. 'For that, I'd expect it to pilot a fighter jet, tapdance and play chess! What could possibly make a humble sleeping bag worth that kind of money?' The short answer is simple: this is a lightweight bag, stuffed with down which makes it pricier. At 900g, it's not one of the very lightest on the market (there are several now that weigh in at under 500g, including the Rab Q-top that weighs 454g), but it does impress with a three season comfort rating that extends down to around -7 degrees celcius, making it suitable for all but the most extreme conditions you could encounter in the British ... Read the complete review
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