Replace your old camp bedding with a Black Wolf Mega Deluxe Double Sleeping Mat, and experience a new level of comfort you may never have thought possible on a camping trip.
10cm thick with a stretch polyester cotton top, the Mega Deluxe Double is self-inflating, has a non-slip base and rolls up to a superbly manageable size that slides easily into the boot of any car. High flow reversible one way valves feature on each side for rapid inflation and the waterproof storage sack doubles as an inflation aid if you need to speed things up.
Complete with repair kit the Black Wolf Mega Deluxe Double Sleeping Mat is a significant upgrade for your double swag, or is the perfect sleep solution for mum and dad on family holidays.
There's no doubt this is a quality product. Excellent materials and workmanship. However found this to be less comfortable than my cheap old Anaconda Dune queen-sized mat. Given the RRP I expected much more. Great service from Snowy's as per usual. Quick delivery, careful packing. 5 stars for Snowy's. 2 for Blackwolf.
The mat is great, but we cannot get the mat back into the bag - and yes, I've tried rolling it up time and time again. We have no problems with the singles, it's only the double.
Give us a call Glenn, we'll try and troubleshoot the problems you're having. Once you have worked out the best method, you'll get it every time. ~ Ben.
Went to try it on the lawn for 10 minutes in the backyard with the 4 man tent setup. I fell asleep for two hours and only woke because of my pet dog outside. It was a cold night too. So want more could you ask for!
Really comfy mat, worth every cent but on my third time using it, it seams to not be holding air anymore, I will have to investigate the cause and get back to snowys about it.
We were a little concerned about the price but after our first nights sleep we were extremely happy with our purchase.
Warm as toast and worth every cent.
Love it, very comfortable. Easy to set up and packs up vey easily.
Very easy to use. It is the most comfortable air mattress we have used. Well worth the extra dollars.
Was a bit concerned about the price (even though it was significantly reduced from RRP) but it was worth every cent. Very comfortable. Much better than any airbed or self inflating mattress that I've slept on before.
Really comfy. Self inflates to 100 mm thickness and packs up to manageable size. R9 thermal efficiency means no more cold nights!
This mat may br a little pricy but its worth every cent! This mat is made well, its top is lovely and soft (not plasticey) and it is super comfy. It fits wonderfully in our family tent and I can see it will last my husband and I many many years. We let it inflate over 2 days and left it inflated for a day before packing it back away again when it first arrived and we had no worries at all getting it back to its 10cm thickness 2 weeks later on our camping trip. It's easy to inflate and deflate with just one person and the storage bag is realistic and not a struggle to get the mat into. We also love the double use of the bag as an inflation aid. A fantastic quality product and I can recommend it highly enough.
Please let me know how this mat would fit in the above mentioned tent. Thanks
The tent has a sleeping area with a length of 200mm, so wondering if it would be a tight fit. If this mat won't work, could you recommend one. Either a double or 2 singles. Thanks
If you'd like another mat option to fit the Easy Up 3, the easiest thing to do is get two single mats as these tend to be more flexible size wise. A great mat is the Sea To Summit Comfort DLX SI and two of these would just fit in this tent. as they're 183cm long and 64cm wide each.
We are looking to go camping with the family for the first time in July (nsw mid north coast). My wife and i were looking for the best sleeping option for us. Will something like this (without a stretcher) be sufficient to stop the cold. Any other alternatives.
You should be able to just use a mat like this one (no stretcher) because the Mega Deluxe has excellent insulating properties.
The Black Wolf Mega Deluxe, and the Exped Megamat Duo are the top of the line in our range when it comes to comfort and warmth.
The Mega Deluxe Double has an R rating of 9.5, and so does the Megamat Duo - so they are going to provide you with the most amount of insulation out of all the mats in our range.Just make sure you pair this mat with a couple of very warm sleeping bags and you should be good to go.
I would say the Megamat has the edge over the Mega Deluxe (in terms of comfort), but for first-time campers you might want to go for the more affordable Black Wolf option if you’re not planning on camping much.
I've just received my mat and before i open it up and can't return it does the pump/storage sack, and repair kit come rolled up in the mat?
I've just opened one up and yes, the waterproof pumpsack and repair kit come wrapped up inside the mattress.
There is a leak somewhere as the mattress deflates a lot sooner than it used to. Whats the best way to find where the leak is?
Ah, the old leak hunt! Give yourself some time with this one as sometimes they are hard to locate. The easiest thing to do is to fill a spray bottle with lightly soapy water and wet down your mat. Then simply roll out the air from the base and where you see bubbles forming should indicate a leak. You can then mark this area, clean it and allow it to dry before applying a patch and adding pressure while it dries overnight.
I've read different people's ideas on storage of self inflating matts. Some store theirs open to avoid permanently squashing the foam inside. What do you recommend?
Thats a good question Lauren, one we actually wrote a blog about which you can access by clicking here.
I have been looking around and cannot find any information on whether it is or not?
Yes the Black Wolf self inflating mats are all bonded. This is a great feature allowing the air to go nowhere else other than between you and the ground, and preventing ballooning of the fabric around you. Cheers!
It may be affected slightly Nathan, especially if the mat is not pumped up causing the mat to be much thinner in spots due to the users body weight. The warmth value is dependent on the density and thickness of the foam, the R-Value would be calculated at a certain pressure under a calibrated user weight, but I am unsure exactly what these calibration measures are sorry.
Looking for something to go hiking with for several nights camping - is this manageable?
In general we wouldn’t suggest a Camp Mat like this one for hiking, as the weight and bulk will take its toll on your back when you combine it with the rest of the gear you’ll have to carry e.g. food, water, tent, etc.
The roomiest hiking mats we have are the Sea to Summit Comfort Plus Insulated Rectangular Mat or the Exped Synmat 9 LW. Neither are the lightest in the range but they do give that extra width.
Hi, what stretcher would fit this mat? I see many that are queen but would prefer a double I think. Open to suggestions.
We've only got a couple of options in our range, as most of the stretchers we stock are single. We have either the Oztrail Easy Fold Queen Stretcher, or the Zempire Twin Speedy Stretcher bed. Of the two, I think the Oztrail would be the best option as the Zempire is just a touch small for this mat. Hope this helps.
is the displayed black version shipped or the green version. Just making sure it will be black, cheers.
The Black Wolf Mega Deluxe Doubles that we stock are the latest model available which are most definitely black.
We would love to get more queen sizes in but we find that manufacturers don't tend to make as many queen mats, as they believe most campers prefer compact over comfort.
We do have one queen mat - the Oztrail 4WD self-inflating mat which you might want to take a look at here to see if it will suit your camping set up.
I'll certainly pass on your feedback to our purchasing manager, as we're always looking at how we can improve each area in our range.
I am interested if it is possible to join a double and a single Black Wolf mattress together? Or do only the single mattresses have velcro on the sides? Thanks!
I've just checked the display models, and only the single size of the Mega Deluxe Camp Mats have velcro along one side for joining another mat.
This is labeled as new on your website, how does it compare to the older model?
The Black Wolf Mega Deluxe Double Camp Mat has two main differences from the old model.
The new mat has just one high flow reversible valve for more effective inflation (instead of two), and a polycotton top which is slightly more comfortable than the old model's micro stretch fabric.
It's still just as comfortable to sleep on as the old model - it now just inflates slightly more effectively, and has a softer less synthetic feel.
We've just had some feedback from a customer who has corrected my answer - it turns out the Mega Deluxe Double actually has two valves, not one - so I do apologise for the mistake there, I must have misread the packaging!
What's the movement like with 2 people sleeping on the mat? I move about a bit during my sleep and don't want to upset the Mrs too much
The Mega Deluxe Double Camp Mat shouldn't give you any trouble with movement as it's made from foam, so the air is evenly distributed (unlike an air bed) so you won't get that annoying shift when you move around.
The mega deluxe has a packed dimension of 80L x 20W x 20H This is 68L x 25W x 25H
I've just checked this out for you, and the dimensions on both the double and single Mega Deluxe Mats are definitely correct.
The reason why the single is 80cm long, and the double is 68cm long is because the double actually folds in half when you pack it up- so it's shorter, (but fatter) when rolled up.
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