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Sea to Summit

Air Stream Dry Sack

$49.95
$42.90
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A pump that doubles as a dry-sack, the Sea to Summit Airstream Pumpsack will inflate a Sea to Summit Sleeping mat in just 2-3 cycles.

No more dizzy heads, and no extra weight, once you've unpacked your gear from the dry-sack, open the base and attach it to your sleeping mat and with minimal breath and condensation your mat is inflated and ready for rest.

  • Compatible with Sea to Summit mats and newer Exped 20mm valves
  • Completely sealed dry-sack
  • Durable lightweight fabric
  • Foot loop provides stability whilst inflating
Snowys Code:
134819
Supplier Code:
AMASD
External Dimensions:
26W x 20D x 63H cm
Packed Dimensions:
20L x 9W x 3H cm
Material:
15D Ultra Sil® Nylon
Weight:
0.048 Kg
Warranty:
Limited Lifetime

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Mar 18 2018

Great Product, Fast Shipping

Gave this product 4 stars plus 1 extra because of fast shipping. Ordered this plus the Sea to Summit pillow on a Monday morning and had it arrive in Melbourne at 9am on Tuesday. Really amazing service Snowys, you guys rock!

The product itself makes inflating my S2S pillow a breeze. One bag full and the pillow is completely inflated. Used it to pump up my S2S insulated sleeping mat, but found I always had to top it up with one or two extra breaths. I would always get to a point where no more air could be pushed out of the pump, however once pump is removed, find it still has room to breathe into.

Works great but just requires one manual puff at the end.

- Melbourne
Jan 28 2018

Awesome

Great product. Easy to use.
In regards to purchasing off SNOWYS: Best customer service i had experienced in my life. Thank you Snowys.

- Menai, NSW
Jan 04 2018

Awesome all rounder

It's fantastic! Big enough to hold our sleeping gear, doubles as a dry sack and then we can inflate it all when we arrive! Worth it!

- QUORROBOLONG 2325
May 28 2017

Sea to Summit Pumps

I have purchased both the Sea to Summit pumps to inflate my Large Comfort Plus Insulated Sea to Summit mat. I found the Jet Stream pump to be a great "little pump" its spring wire frame makes for easy pumping only issue is that it is quite small and takes a lot of pumping to inflate the whole mat. Air Stream Dry Sack is a fantastic large "pump" unlike the Jet Stream this doesn't automatically fill but after a short breath to expand the bag full of air you just roll the large volume of Air into your mat. Overall I probably prefer the Air Stream Dry Sack as it fills my mat so much quicker and easier with only 4 "pumps".

In regards to purchasing off Snowys I have found them to be the best outdoor seller to date. Excellent pricing! Great staff with quick and helpful responses on the Online Chat and emails! The items get shipped straight to your door!

- Geelong, Vic
Nov 30 2016

Ingenious!

Takes a little getting used too, however once you get the hang of it it only takes a couple of bags to fill the mattress. It's amazing and when you're not using it you can carry things in it. Sea to Summit excellent gear.

- Ipswich, Queensland

Exped make a 30mm down to 20 mm adapter, would this make it compatible with all exped mats?1 answer

Exped make a 30mm down to 20 mm adapter, would this make it compatible with all exped mats?

- Sydney(2 weeks ago)

G'day Lee,

Thanks for the question about the Sea to Summit Air Stream Dry Sack. You should be able to use this with any Exped mat with a 20mm valve, or if you have an older mat with the 30mm valve then you should be able to use with the adaptor.

- Snowys(2 weeks ago)

Is there an Exped version1 answer

The description says works for S2S and Exped? My Exped mat has a different plug to my s2s pillow. If not compatible is there an Exped version?

- Eureka(4 weeks ago)

G'day Peter, this is going to be a long answer sorry, we did a little research and testing. The Exped Schozzel and the Sea To Summit Air Stream Dry Sack are pretty much the same thing. The main exception being that Exped has two different Shnozzel Pumpbags to fit different valve sizes. 30mm is the old valve size and 20mm the new, these measurements are the internal diameter. The Sea To Summit Air Stream Dry Sack is compatible with the 20mm valves, which means it works on all the Exped self-inflating mats such as the SIM and Megamat ranges. It will attach to the pump on the Downmat and Synmat, but it is not overly effective as you have to force air through the built-in pump, the extra pressure required causes the pumpsack to keep popping off. The Exped Schnozzel is hard to come by in Australia, but the Sea To Summit Air Stream is a perfect alternative.

- Snowys(4 weeks ago)

Comfort Plus Insulated Mat fit in?1 answer

Will the Sea to Summit Comfort Plus Insulated Sleeping Mat fit inside this?

- SA(11 months ago)

The Air Stream Pump Sacks are pretty large sacks Kate, you'll easily fit any of the Sea To Summit hiking mats into this, along with a bit of other gear.

They are made of lighter weight material than the regular stuff sacks, so I'd keep the contents of it to soft items such as your mat and some clothing.

- Snowys(11 months ago)

Would the BW Micron 220 sleeping bag fit in?1 answer

Or would I be better off with a compression bag for the sleeping bag and use this for something else?

- Bentleigh(1 year ago)

G'day Jan,

For the sake of durability and easier packing, I would recommend getting a compression sack and using the Sea to Summit Air Stream Dry Sack for something else. The Air Stream Dry Sack is quite thin and compact and could just be rolled up with the sleeping bag if need be.

- Snowys(1 year ago)

Are there different sizes ?1 answer

Will it fit the large insulated ultralight?

- Melbourne(1 year ago)

G'day Ian,

Just the one size in the Sea to Summit Air Stream Dry sack. Your Sea to Summit Ultralight Insulated mat will fit no worries.

- Snowys(1 year ago)

Are there any adapters that could be used to increase its compatibility with mats made by other manufacturers? 2 answers

Are there any adapters that could be used to increase its compatibility with mats made by other manufacturers?

- Belmont(1 year ago)

G'day Darrell,

Unfortunately the Sea to Summit Air Stream Dry Sack is currently only compatible with the range of Sea to Summit mats and there is no adaptor available. 

- Snowys(1 year ago)

G'day Darrell,

We are not aware of any adapters for this pump sorry Darrell.

- Snowys(1 year ago)

Is this compatible with Exped SYNMAT valve?2 answers

Is this compatible with Exped SYNMAT valve?

- Braitling(1 year ago)

G'day Tim, 

The Sea to Summit Air Stream Dry Sack is not made to be compatible with Exped Mats, so it's not going to fit with the Synmat unfortunately. 

- Snowys(1 year ago)

Hi everyone, just to clarify we've tested this out again and it looks like the Air Stream Dry Sack will fit with the Exped mats that have the 20mm size valves. Apologies for the confusion! 

- Snowys(4 weeks ago)

Will this air stream dry sack work with the thermarest mat - neoair?1 answer

Will this work with the thermarest mat - neoair?

- Mansfield(1 year ago)

Hi Graham, 

Unfortunately the valves are different sizes so this pump won't work with your Thermarest mat, sorry! 

- Snowys(1 year ago)

SeatoSumit Air Stream Dry Sack1 answer

Hello Snowy, What is the liter capacity of the S2S Air Stream Dry Sack when not used as a pump and just how is it fill with air when it is used as a pump?

- Albury NSW(1 year ago)

G'day Michael, 

The Sea to Summit Air Stream Dry Sack has a 20-litre capacity, and to fill it with air you just blow into it once and the sack will be inflated.

To get an idea of how many compressions are necessary to inflate a mat, a Sea to Summit mat will take two to three compressions with the Air Stream Dry Sack. 

- Snowys(1 year ago)
Heads up! Our store in Brendale (QLD) doesn’t have footwear available for fittings. If you order online, your footwear will be sent from SA... quick-smart!
Heads up! Our store in Brendale (QLD) doesn’t have footwear available for fittings. If you order online, your footwear will be sent from SA... quick-smart!
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