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OZtrail

Leisure Mat King Single

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With an OZtrail Leisure Mat King Single Self Inflating Mat, you'll get a reliable night's sleep as it will never go down - even if it punctures! 

Just open up the high flow two-way flip valve, and the mat will suck in the air itself, with no pumping or blowing necessary. This valve will reduce the inflation time, helps prevent air loss and makes rolling this mat down small a lot easier. The Leisure Mat will stay in a lofted state even if the valves are open, and the boxed sidewall construction will help inflation along while also adding more support at the edges.

The top is a brushed velour outer, which is easy to clean and has a soft finish, and this mat comes with a bag for easy storage and transport. For a solid snooze at the campsite, the OZtrail Leisure Mat King Single Self Inflating Mat is just what you need. 

  • Soft and comfortable
  • Ideal for car camping
  • Never deflates…even when punctured
  • Boxed sidewall construction
  • High-density open cell foam
  • Easy to clean velour surface
  • High flow 2-way flip valve 
Snowys Code:
126363
Supplier Code:
EML-LMSK-D
External Dimensions:
195L x 80W cm
Packed Dimensions:
85L x 30W x 30H cm
Mat Thickness:
10 cm
Material:
Brushed Velour PVC Vinyl
Fill Material:
High Density Open Cell Foam
Pump:
Self Inflating
Weight:
6 Kg
Suggested Use:
Camping
Warranty:
1 Year
Staff tip:These mats come rolled tight from the factory and can take some time to fully inflate for the first time. We recommend giving them a couple of weeks to reach their fully inflated potential.

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Nov 03 2018

There are better mats out there

Initially very comfortable, but after a few uses the top layer comes off and floats around. The mattress is still pretty comfy but it feels like you’re on a water bed. This is due to it not being “bonded”. Better go for the bonded type, like the Oztrail Comfort Bonded range or the Zempire Bomberpad which is in the same price category.
It’s also quite heavy and bulky, but if you want a good night sleep, gotta go bulky.

- Perth, WA
Oct 29 2018

We liked them

I read so many terrible reviews, but I dont think they are 100% warranted. I left 2x single king size beds inflated for about 10 days, then sucked them out with a vacum and packed them for a 2 week camping trip in the desert. They inflated with ease and were not all that uncomfortable. I have a bad back, and my husband is a big heavy man, and we were both ok. I mean its not a 5 star hotel, its a camp bed, and it was just fine for the purpose and gave us a decent nights sleep. I brought along a small car lighter vacum to help the roll up process, which is the only negative thing, but certainly not a deal breaker.

- Sydney
Oct 25 2018

You get what you pay for

We purchased this one at the same time as our Exped mega mat. We live far away so had no way of testing these mattress's so decided to buy 1 expensive and 1 more affordable to see the difference to know which ones to buy for the children as well. My daughter sleeps on this oztrail she is 2 years old and is comfortable as she doesn't weigh much, I'm a 54kg young woman and my hips touched the ground and was painful for just 1 night of sleep and very uncomfortable, my hubby weights over 100kg and none of his body touched the ground using the exped! So if you arnt short on cash and looking for a comfortable sleep I'd be looking into the exped or something of that range, we learnt you get what you pay for. We will be buying another exped for sure.

- Mildura, VIC
Response from Snowys Oct 29 2018

G'day Mekylah,

I'm sorry to hear that... I've bought a couple of these and have really liked them. In regards to hitting the ground, you might need to add some extra air (on top of the self-inflation) either just by blowing or using a pump. If that doesn't do the trick, something isn't right. Also, with a tightly rolled self-inflating mat out of the factory, you'll need to let your mat sit out for a while while the inner foam can completely decompress. 

But if you're still having issues, please send us an email (service@snowys.com.au) with a photo or two so our warranty team can take a look.

Cheers, Laine :)

Oct 17 2018

Don’t bother

Don’t bother buy a bonded mat. Can’t add any air. Just blows up like a balloon. We left to self inflate for almost 4 weeks. We missed this little bit of small print on the website. Still rubbish. Just buy a budget bonded mat for half the price or save up and buy a decent one like we have. Also beware of Snowys return policy. As in, they don’t have one. Just expect condescending emails from the warranty dept

- Warriewood, NSW
Response from Snowys Oct 18 2018

G'day Paul,

I'm sorry to hear that your new mat has fallen short of what you were expecting.

In response to our small print, are you referring to our staff tip? If so, thanks for the feedback - we're planning to move our staff tips to be further up the page to be more noticeable.

We like to think our returns policy isn't too shabby. We offer up to 60 days to return an item - all that we ask is that the product hasn't been used and that all tags and labels are still attached. 

Again, I'm sorry your experience has gone a bit pear-shaped but we appreciate your feedback. 

Laine

Oct 04 2018

Better than expected

Returning to camping after a few years and having only camped with airbeds wanted something more comfortable. Researched reviews and thought about more expensive options but the value of this won me over. Used it twice now and as a 95 kg bloke I didn't feel the ground and slept really well.

- Sydney
Jun 27 2018

Guaranteed a good night's sleep

This is the best camping investment I've made. Very comfortable. Other mattresses have literally let me down !

- CLARENCE PARK, SA
Apr 17 2018

Super comfortable

This Oztrail Mat is SUPER COMFORTABLE!!!
Was bit hesitant to buy, but after read reviews here I gave it ago, glad I did...
Thanks to the team at Snowys, for yet again a super fast delivery!!
For the price... its definatly a must buy to have a great night's sleep!

- Sydney
Mar 25 2018

Glamping!!

Thanks Snowys for your prompt shipping of our ‘glamping mat! Easy to inflate and the vacuum (once at home again) does the job for us in sucking the air out for easy rolling and compact storage.
We also bought a bomberpad self inflatable mat, they both fit into the oztrail bag when rolled tightly! Thanks for supplying our glamping gear:-)

- Tarrawingee, VIC
Mar 03 2018

Just right

I used this on top of a stretcher and it was extremely comfortable. I'm sure it would be great on it's own too. Inflated easily and packed up just as well.

- Pinjarra
Jan 11 2018

Oztrail Leisure Mat King Single

Just bought my third Oztrail mat... I am a light sleeper with back issues and always find this mat really comfortable! The new inflating valve also works really well. Great product!

- Perth
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Two Way Valve Inflate Position 1 answer

Hello, When I try to inflate it the first time, do I position the valve's inner ring to the "inflate" position? Or do I position the inner ring to the fully opened position (rotate position between inflate and deflate)?

- Brisbane(1 week ago)

G'day Josh,

Either way should work, but I'd suggest leaving it fully opened when your inflating it for the first time as it will allow it to pull air in more effectively. 

- Snowys(1 week ago)

We bought two of the king single self inflating mats from you and are looking to buy two oztent gecko stretchers for them to go on. Would these be suitable please or too small for mats I know the mat will be 5 cm longer just wondering if it would sit on the stretcher ok1 answer

Will it sit on stretcher ok without slipping all over the place

- Perth(1 month ago)

G'day Dave,

The King Single Leisure mats will be a little bit too big for the Gecko Stretcher I think. I suggest looking at the Oztent King Goanna Stretcher, but even then they're not really wide enough for the Leisure Mat and I'm a bit worried the hinges might rub on the mat. The stretchers that would be a great fit are the Oztrail Easy Fold Single Jumbo, the Darche XL100 and the Outdoor Connection Sundowner Titan. I hope this helps! 

- Snowys(1 month ago)

Can you fit 4 oztrail king single self inflating matresses in an RV5tent??1 answer

We have an OzTentRV5 and are hoping to fit 4 king single self inflating matresses into it??

- DULONG(1 month ago)

G'day Michelle,

Unfortunately, you won't fit 4 Oztrail Leisure Mat King Singles into an Oztent RV5. You should be able to just fit 3 with a bit of space around the edges for bags and moving around the tent.

- Snowys(1 month ago)

Comparison with zempire monstamat1 answer

Hi, trying to decide which mat to buy - with our budget, it’s going to be between this one or the zempire monstamat, bedsides the fact this one is slightly bigger being the king single size, what other differences are there eg quality, ease of use, insulation rating, comfort, warranty? Thanks!

- West Lakes (3 months ago)

G'day Emily,

When comparing the Oztrail Leisure Mat King Single with the Zempire Monstamat, there are a handful of things we can compare the two on. The Oztrail is 12cm wider but that's pretty much all the Oztrail offers over the Zempire. The Zempire Monstamat is 3cm longer, packs down significantly smaller, weighs about half as much as the Oztrail and has an R-Value of 9.5, which puts it on par with the top end mattresses for insulation. Comfort can be a personal preference but I do find the Zempire more comfortable too. 

- Snowys(3 months ago)

Does this come with carry bag?1 answer

Does this mattress come with a carry bag and/or a repair kit?

- Adelaide(3 months ago)

G'day Happy Camper,

I can confirm that the Oztrail Leisure Mat King Single comes with both a carry bag and a repair kit. 

- Snowys(3 months ago)

Will this roll up in my swag?1 answer

I'm using a king single mitchell swag. Can I leave this inside and pack it in a single roll?

- Keiraville(6 months ago)

G'day James,

You shouldn't have too many worries rolling your Oztrail Leisure Mat King Single up inside your swag. I'd just suggest that you roll up the mattress and then close the valve to get all the air out before then unrolling it and re-rolling it inside the swag. Otherwise, you won't be able to stop the mattress from trying to reinflate in the rolled up swag. 

- Snowys(6 months ago)

Would this fit my tent?1 answer

Hi, would you know whether this would fit the companion pro hiker 2 tent? Thank you.

- Calamvale(7 months ago)

G'day Laura,

It'll be real tight but you should just be able to get an Oztrail Leisure Mat King Single into your Companion Pro Hiker 2. 

- Snowys(7 months ago)

I have had the cap off for two weeks the mattress is still not that firm. How does the value inside have to be? Can I add extra air?1 answer

Please help

- Coledale(9 months ago)

G'day David,

You can use a pump to put a little more air into your Oztrail Leisure Mat, just ensure that you don't over inflate it. 

- Snowys(9 months ago)

Is there a sheet/cover available for this mat?1 answer

If not... is it a standard king single size?

- Merimbula(10 months ago)

G'day Ashlee,

I've just had a bit of a look around online for the standard King Single size for a bed and I think that the Oztrail Leisure Mat King Single is actually a little smaller than the standard King Single mattress. It also would be a fair bit thinner than what a fitted sheet would be designed for. My best suggestion would be to use a flat sheet in a King Single size, it'll be a little large but will cover your mat comfortably.

- Snowys(10 months ago)

Can you add additional air with a pump1 answer

I read it takes a long time to inflate for the first time, would i be able to speed up the process by using a pump to add additional air?

- Strathalbyn(10 months ago)

G'day Sharon,

That won't be an issue at all. You can use a pump to add a little extra air to your Oztrail Leisure Mat. Just make sure you don't over inflate it or you might end up causing some damage to your mat. 

- Snowys(10 months ago)

Is it possible to use the mattress in the Mitchell King Single Swag & roll swag up with it in or roll up separately 1 answer

Is it possible to use in the Mitchell King Single Swag & should it be rolled separately or can it be left in the Swag when rolling up. Thanks

- Munno Para West (12 months ago)

G'day Judy,

As the Oztrail King Single 4WD Mat is 195L x 80W cm, it will easily fit into the Oztrail Mitchell King Single Swag as that is 210L x 90W cm.

I'm not sure how easy it will be to roll the mat up with the swag as it is quite bulky. It will ultimately be up to you and how much effort you want to go through when packing it up each time. If it doesn't work for you, then you'll have the option to roll it separately.

- Snowys(12 months ago)

Do they fit stretcher tents1 answer

Do these fit the oztrail easy fold stretcher tent as i have been looking at getting one

- Narrandera(1 year ago)

G'day Dayne,

The sleeping area available in the Oztrail Easy Fold Stretcher Tents is 190L x 80W cm. Unfortunately, the Oztrail King Single 4WD Mat is 195L x 80W cm making it just a little bit too big.

- Snowys(1 year ago)

REPAIRING1 answer

we have these mats and they have been great. one due to wear has a small tear, do you sell a repair kit to fix this?

- Diamond Beach(1 year ago)

G'day Sarah, 

It's good to hear you've been loving your 4WD mat! 

We don't have an air mattress repair kit online, but we would suggest using seam grip over the hole which you can check out online here. Hope this helps Sarah!

- Snowys(1 year ago)

Main difference between this and the Exped? 1 answer

They share very similar specs

- Faulconbridge(1 year ago)

G'Day Stu,

The Exped 10LXW and Oztrail King Single 4wd mat may look pretty similar, but there are some differences. While they're about the same size, the Exped does pack down a bit smaller. The foam used in the Exped mats is a higher quality which is more comfortable. The Exped is a bonded mat, which means that the outer shell of the mat is attached to the foam. 

Overall, while the Oztrail 4wd mat is quite popular and a good affordable mat, the Exped Megamat is the highest quality, most luxurious mat that we carry. 

- Snowys(1 year ago)

Can you join two mattresses?1 answer

Is it possible to attach two of these together?

- Elizabeth Bay(2 years ago)

G'day Will,

There are no clips, or velcro attached to this mat, but it is possible to join two of these mats together if you get a bit creative. An option is to use a fitted mat sheet to put across both mats.

As this mat is 195cm long, and 80cm wide you'll need something that will accomodate a 195cm length and a 160cm width.

I've had a look at our range, and we don't carry any fitted sheets that will fit that length. The closest would be the Black Wolf Fitted Mat Sheet but it's a couple of centimetres off.

Sorry we couldn't be of any more help, but I'm sure you could find something if you have a look around (you might even have something already at home) that would suit. 

- Snowys(2 years ago)

When not in use, whats the best way to deflate these 1 answer

- Yulara (2 years ago)

G’day Judy, when you’re not using your Oztrail King Single 4WD Mat, you just undo the valves, and then roll it up slowly to squeeze the air out. After that it should be all good to store away until your next use.

- Snowys(2 years ago)

When rolled up1 answer

Does it secure itself if you roll with the bedding within it and what is the underside ie is it waterproof. My son requires a bed roll for camp but apparently needs a tarp on the outside of this mattress secured with straps..........

- Darwin(2 years ago)
This would probably be too bulky with bedding rolled up inside Jenn. It sounds like your son needs a swag, these are a mattress protected by a canvas outer, check out the Oztrail Cooper Expedition Swag on our website for an entry level option. Give us a call if you're unsure just what you need and we'll do our best to help.
- Snowys(2 years ago)

Can these be stored rolled up?1 answer

Do they have to be stored inflated or can they be stored rolled up?

- STIRLING, ACT(3 years ago)
You can store them rolled up Erica, this is far more practical than trying to find space for them when flat, but there are benefits to storage in an uncompressed state. The foam develops a memory over time, and if left compressed can take a long time to inflate at the campsite, whereas if the foam is stored uncompressed they are ready and more comfortable to sleep on sooner. I recommend trying to store them in a semi-compressed or folded manner, or alternatively keep them compressed and a week or two before your next trip take them out of storage and allow them to expand out so they are ready when you head off.
- Snowys(3 years ago)

Are these mats the 'bonded' type?1 answer

- PRESTON WEST, VIC(3 years ago)
Hi Louie, I assume by bonded you would like to know if the outer fabric is glued to the inner foam, which is not the case with these mats. The outer fabric simply covers the high density foam inside rather than being bonded to it.
- Snowys(3 years ago)

What's the R value with this mat?1 answer

- Stirling ACT(3 years ago)
Hi Serena, unfortunately Oztrail don't give an R-value for this mat. However, given other mats in our range of similar thickness and construction are rated R9 - R10, it would be safe to assume that the Oztrail Leisure mats carry the same ratings.
- Snowys(3 years 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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