Super soft and comfortable, the KOZI Series King Single Self-Inflating Mattress from Darche offers a soft base to crash on away from home.
This 100mm thick mattress is 800mm wide with a 75D peached polyester top for a soft, slightly fuzzy feel similar to peach skin. Its base is also made from heavy-duty 150D oxford polyester for extra durability. With a 3D-bonded construction maximising the sleeping area, enjoy an even sleeping surface too. The antibacterial treated PU open-cell foam is horizontally cross-cored for quick, easy inflation and deflation, while dual 360° flip valves further assist.
Achieve a comfortable night’s sleep without a bulky mat occupying excessive space in the car, with Darche’s KOZI Series King Single Self-Inflating Mattress.
Soft-touch sleeping surface
Light-weight and compact roll-size
Antibacterial open-cell cross cored foam
Dual 360° flip valves
Fast and efficient inflation/deflation
Drawstring storage bag with carrying handles
Storage straps and repair kit included
Not Specified by Darche KOZI Series
195L x 80W x 10H cm
83L x 23W x 23H cm
75D Peached Polyester Top | 150D Oxford Polyester Base | PVC Coated
Antibacterial Treated PU Open Cell Foam
Replacement for old swag1 answer
G’day I’ve got an old traditional parcel style swag and the old mattress is starting to bottom out looking for a replacement for it. Curious to know if you guys would recommend this type of mattress. is it best if I roll the swag up with it inflated all the time and stored inflated or do I need to let it inflate and deflate every time I use it seems tedious and not what I’m looking for any help would be appreciated. Cheers
Koda - Clare, SA (10 months ago)
Lots of folks these days will put a self inflating mat in their swag, as they can generally get a lot more comfort, and roll their swags a little smaller. The only way you'll be able to roll this up is when the mat is deflated, so if you're looking for an easy option without the inflation/deflation this might not be the best option for you. You'd probably be best off with a Darche Swag mattress if you're not too keen on the extra faff!
Leece - Snowys(10 months ago)
Side sleeperâ€¦1 answer
Do you think this mattress will suit a side sleeper? Trying to avoid feeling my hip on the floor!
Natasha - Hardys Bay, NSW(12 months ago)
Generally, side sleepers will need abit of extra firmness generally. This sleeping mat, aswell as other self inflating versions, can have extra air added into them to increase firmness. You can ultimately tailor the firmness of the mat this way which should give you the perfect balance for side sleeping. Obviously, there is also the element of individual people and overall size. If you tend on the larger or heavier side, it may be worth looking at a thick 15cm mattress.
Lauren - Snowys(12 months ago)
Comfortable on the ground ?1 answer
Is this mat comfortable enough on the ground, or do you recommend use with a stretcher ?
Daniel - Cairns, QLD(1 year ago)
Any self-inflating mat is more than fine to be used on the ground. Stretchers are great for mobility issues & some people feel they add a bit of extra luxury to camping, but they also tend to be bulky and heavy, so they're definitely not a requirement. Even though Darche haven't done any R-Value testing on these mats, we do think they would be similar to some close alternatives, which suggest these mats do provide good insulation for winter camping. You can always see how you go & pick up a stretcher down the line but if you are thinking you'd like to use a double stretcher consider getting two singles that you can couple together, as a queen/double mattress on a queen/double stretcher isn't always a great option.
Lauren - Snowys(1 year ago)
Darche KOZI vs. Blackwolf Hexatherm 10cm vs. Zempire Monstamat1 answer
I own both the Blackwolf Hexatherm 10cm mattress and the Zempire Monstamat. I find they have very comparable firmness once fully inflated, both needing some extra air to be pumped in to suit my comfort level. Now seeing this new product range with much more competitive price and also a true queen size, I wonder how the Darche KOZI mat compares with the other two, in terms of firmness?
Lin - Avondale Heights, VIC(2 years ago)
Whilst the Kozi Queen is a much wider mat, it's still comparable to a residential double bed in size. In terms of comfort it's hard to give an exact comparison as it depends on the individual, but I personally find the Kozi Mattress to have a harder foam, and feel more similar to the older style PVC covered 4WD mats. Hope that helps abit!
Lauren - Snowys(2 years ago)
Is this mat fully bonded1 answer
Is this mattress fully bonded
Steve - Perth(2 years ago)
Yep, the Kozi mattresses are fully bonded, both top and bottom. Hope that helps!
Lauren - Snowys(2 years ago)
R Rating?1 answer
Does the mat have an R Rating?
Kevin - Byford, WA(2 years ago)
Sorry for the delay in getting back to you on this one, we've chased up Darche for this info. Unfortunately, they've opted not to do ASTM testing on their mats, so they do not come with any R-Value or alternative insulation rating.