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Wed 03 Jun, 2020 8:34 pm
Great price for the neo air xlight ultralight regular size on amazon.com.au at the moment. $222 including delivery.
Note this is the 2019 model with older style valve but otherwise is identical to the 2020 model.
R value is 4.2 on the new scale. 3.2 on old scale.
Bit noisy apparently but good warmth/weight/durability.
Thu 04 Jun, 2020 6:16 pm
You can knock another five dollars off by ordering it through the Amazon app too.
Picked one up myself. Ordered on on Saturday, delivered on Wednesday.
Thu 04 Jun, 2020 8:41 pm
Excellent price. I'm thinking I paid that years ago on eBay for a large from the UK. Remember reading something about the poor attitude Thermrest has towards the Oz market. Feel sorry for our retailers that waste their time with them.
My Neo Xlite is coming to the end of it's life and hoping to avoid Thermarest, but yeah, they are good mats.
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