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Details & Specs
The Zempire Monstamat Twin is the affordable yet plush double camping mattress that you’ve been searching for, and now you’ve found it!
The surface of this mat is made from 30D Super Stretch Ripstop fabric for durability and comfort, while the base is a 75D Poly Pongee which is a little more hardwearing. The Megamat has a 3D construction, is cross-cored, and features anti-bacterial foam to prevent moisture from building up inside the mat making it a quality mat for the price.
With 10cm of cushioned support, the Monstamat really amps up the competition in the camping mat category. The high-volume valve lets air flow through easily, so you can inflate and deflate this mat with ease. This mat is also fully bonded, so you won’t have one hip sink into the ground onto the cold tent floor while you sleep.
Carrying and storing this mat is easy-peasy, as it comes with its own carry bag with an included strap. The roomy Zempire Monstamat Twin has an excellent balance of price, weight and comfort for those who are after a camping mat that won’t burn a hole in your wallet.
High volume valve
Ultra-fast inflate and deflate
Carry bag with a compression strap
201L x 132W cm
65L x 30W x 30H cm
30D Super Stretch Ripstop Top | 75D Poly Pongee Base
Cross Cored Open Cell Foam | Anti Bacterial Treatment
Camping | 4WD
Staff tip:This mat requires extra time to inflate when setting up for the first time (we suggest 1 - 2 days).
Staff tip:Just FYI this mat was previously known as the Megamat, but the name is the only thing that has changed.