Compact in the car, luxurious in the tent, the Black Wolf Mega Deluxe Self Inflating Mat is the most comfortable mat in Deluxe Mat range from Black Wolf. 10cm of thickness, and more width than the Super Deluxe means you will be warm and comfortable in any climate, on any surface.
The self-inflating design means you can put your rolled mat in your tent, and the one-way valve will inflate the mat for you. For those who sleep comfortably on a firmer surface, attach the included storage sack to a valve and use it as a pump to add a little extra air.
Soft stretchy Microstretch poly/cotton upper fabric and a non-slip base is laminated to antifungal CFC free foam, and Velcro strips run down each side enabling you to join two mats together. Complete with a repair kit, you can rest peacefully in the outdoors on a Black Wolf Mega Deluxe Mat.
I was a bit reluctant to spend the extra however we are so glad we did. I did not realise it was possible to get such a good nights sleep. The valve system is amazing and really helps, not once did I need to add any air.
This mat inflated quickly and my husband found it comfortable to sleep on. The only issue with it is that the material on the underside is a bit noisy when placed on a stretcher. To counteract this we placed a blanket between it and the stretcher.
My wife and I are major fan's of the Black wolf camping gear. We decided to purchase 2 of these mats off Snowys to use with our Black wolf Turbo 240 Tent and just love it. The mats don't get cold like the blowup air mats you are also well padded off the ground. If weight isn't and issue and your looking for the best mat on the market you cant pass this one!!
5 stars for a great sleep. My 65 year old body loves it. Pleased I spent the extra to buy it.
Only minor criticism is coupling on bag for topping up mattress needs improvement...maybe a bayonet type connector??
After much research settled on Black Wolf's Mega Deluxe camp mat. Excellent product - soft, well padded and easy to use. Cannot beat Snowy's professional service, delivery, communication and price.
superb mattresses, Don't bother with anything else! Dearer... yes. But I'd rather sleep then not. No brainer :)
Very well made
The only downfall is it takes a long time to inflate
I'm quite tall and it works really well if you want a larger, wider mat.
A little pricey? Absolutely. But less so at Snowys!
I'm 105kg and 6'4" tall and this sleeping matt was absolutely flawless!
Easy to inflate, easy to pack away and a solid nights sleep!
I used this mat for my first ever camping weekend. I was surprised at how comfortable this was. This has great insulation and I was warm all night. I do wish I got a double though. If you roll over, you're off the mat which is what you expect if your on a single size.
We are looking at getting two instead singles of a double. Just curious if there is a big gap in-between or if it's well suited for two people under one blanket.
The Black Wolf Mega Deluxe Camp Mats do tend to taper off a little bit at the edges, this does cause a bit of a lip when you put two mats together. Generally speaking, they are great for two people to join two together but they're maybe not great for cuddling your partner as you'll find yourself lying in the crevice.
We got delivery of a new mat 3 days ago and unrolled it and opened the valves straight away. It still hasn't inflated more than about 2 cms. How long should it normally take to be useable and is there anything else we need to do?
It definitely shouldn't take 3 days to get your Black Wolf Mega Deluxe Camp Mat to inflate. Black Wolf have recently upgraded their valves to make them a one-way valve, only ever letting air in or air out. It might be worth double checking that the second layer of the valve is around the right way to allow the air to come into the mat.
We received a new mat three days ago. We unrolled it and have had it laying on the floor and it doesn't seem to have expanded at all. How long should it take for a brand new mat and is there anything that needs to be done to help things?
It definitely shouldn't take 3 days to get your Black Wolf Mega Deluxe Camp Mat to inflate. Black Wolf have recently upgraded their valves to make them a one-way valve, only ever letting air in or air out. It might be worth double checking that the second layer of the valve is around the right way to allow the air to come into the mat. If the valve is on the right way and it's inflating a little but not a lot, then I'd suggest giving it a few blows with your mouth to help get the air flowing.
Is this lifetime warranty or limited lifetime warranty? Conflicting description in details section.
Black Wolf call if a Lifetime Warranty Yvonne, but there are always some limitations which is why we often add the word 'limited' to the warranty on products claiming a lifetime warranty.
Even in Black Wolf's Warranty terms, they claim it to be a limited warranty. Long story short, a Lifetime or Limited Lifetime Warranty is limited to only covering manufacturing defects for the life of the product.
If a product is just worn out or has been damaged through misuse, it won't be covered by this warranty. You can read all the limitations in the link above. I hope that makes sense.
I wanted and air bed for my swag but they are too high (20cm+) and transfer the cold. I like this option as it is 10CM, but I just want to know if I can top it up with a volume 12v air pump.
This mat is not designed to be used with a 12V pump, so it's not something we would recommend, as you don't want to overinflate the mat and cause damage. The Mega Deluxe comes with a bag, so you can use that to top it up if you need some extra air.
I'm looking at purchasing a self inflating bonding mat hoping this is or if you could point me in the right place?
You're looking in the right place Kacey, the Black Wolf Mega Deluxe Mat is a bonded self-inflating mat.
I recieved the mega deluxe that i ordered today, before i open it i just want to know if the pumpsack and repair kit packed in the mat?
I have cracked one open to check for you, and yes the repair kit and waterproof pumpsack come rolled up inside the mattress.
Can anyone comment if it has good thermal insulation, or do we need a blanket between the matt and the sleeping bag?
This camp mat has an r-value ( a measure of thermal resistance) of 9.5 which is really quite high so you shouldn't need anything extra for insulation.
As a novice camper, I'm trying to decide on a sleeping arrangement for an upcoming 8 night summer camping trip. I will be able to park close to site for set-up (and pack-down), and my priority is comfort (over a budget buy). Because of the likely wet weather conditions during my trip, I've been looking at a self-inflating sleeping mat to go on a stretcher (stretcher sizes either 65cm W x 190cm L; or 80cm W x 205cm L). I'm pretty sure my tent is a Coleman Overlander 4P tent - hardly used, big for just me, but I don't want to buy a new tent just for this trip. Along with the Black Wolf Mega Deluxe, I'm considering the Exped Megamat, Darche ATM 900, or maybe even an airbed...any advice for me please? I'm only 152cm tall so don't need a long mat - but appreciate the comfort of a wider mat. Thank you!
I know it can be hard to navigate all the different kinds of mats and airbeds when you're new to camping, so I'll try not to confuse you!
In terms of using it with the stretcher dimensions you’ve given - the All Terrain 900 is 195L x 90W so it will hang over a bit on both those stretcher sizes. All three of these mats are going to overhang on a stretcher that’s 65W x 190L, but they should all be fine to use in an Overlander 4P tent.
I would say that the most comfortable mat in our range is the Exped Megamat, followed closely by the Mega Deluxe from Black Wolf. The Darche is thinner and will provide less insulation and warmth in comparison to the Megamat and Mega Deluxe – so it’s definitely going to be a step down in terms of comfort, as it sits in the middle of the range.
I would say that if comfort is a priority, choose between the Mega Deluxe and the Megamat.
From feeling those two in store, the main difference is that the Megamat is even all the way to the edges - so it feels more like an ordinary mattress, whereas the Black Wolf tapers at the edge. The Megamat also feels slightly softer – so I would say that would be the winner for comfort and quality.
Strap to hold the rolled mat tight
I've just checked this for you, and the Black Wolf Mega Deluxe Camp Mat doesn't come with a strap. However, it does come with a carry bag rolled up inside the mat which you can use to keep it rolled up when not in use.
Just checking the mat is only supposed to have the one valve? The description mentions two?
I've just checked this against the display model we have instore, and the Black Wolf catalogue and you are right - there is only one valve on the Mega Deluxe Camp Mat.
We must have missed that when we updated the product, so I do apologise - I hope this hasn't inconvenienced you too much.
I've updated the description to reflect the correct details, so hopefully everything is in order now.
Are these a winter only use, or can you use these in summer. I'm just wondering if it makes you feel a bit too hot on a warm night.
I have recently brought a double swag and iam looking for a self-inflating mattress to put on top of the foam mattress. Does the single Mega Delux inflate much quicker than the double? Also iam about 185cm tall and 84kgs, would i be just as comfy on a single as on a double?
Btw do you sell the blackwolf turbo bed?
My son spilt his drink on the top of the mattress. What is the best way to clean it?
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