Oztent Redgum HotSpot Heated XL Sleeping Bag
Details & Specs
Crank the heat, off the grid – thanks to the Redgum HotSpot® XL Heated Sleeping Bag by Oztent.
Rugged meets royalty, with an extra-large Ripstop cotton canvas outer shell, a Comfort Plus™ inner, and both chest and full-length side baffles. Drift into dreaming and sleep into the sunlit mornings wrapped in the moisture-resistant matrix fibre filling of T-Therm™ insulation, distinguished by its insulation and comfort qualities. Eliminate electricity with three HotSpot® pouches included, tucked snug into pockets built into the bag. Trialed and tested to tailor to its temperature normality and adaptability technology, the HotSpot® pouches provide 500 nights of wire-free warmth. Between uses, simply reset the pouches with boiling water for consecutive toasty temperatures off the grid.
Connecting convenience with comfort, Zip Connect™ fastens two sleeping bags together, allowing double the room for double the dreaming. Anti-snag zip guards work with auto-locking sliders and zipper glide technology to enable a no-fuss, fumble-free burrowing into your bag. Keep fellow venturers close but your valuables closer, owing to the inner storage pocket.
For cozy outdoor dozing and warmth that dominates diminishing campfire coals, the Oztent Redgum HotSpot® XL Heated Sleeping Bag eliminates electricity and instead packs a hot, pocket-sized punch.
6 HotSpot® pockets
Extra-large Ripstop cotton canvas outer shell
Chest and full-length side baffles
Comfort Plus™ inner
Simple Glide™ zipper system
Inner storage pocket for stashing valuables
3 HotSpot® pouches included
Snowys Comfort Rating:
Extreme Temp. Rating:
Max. User Height:
240L x 100W cm
53L x 45W x 32H cm
3.9 Kg | HotSpot Pouch − 0.28 Kg each
Ripstop Cotton Canvas
Bonded T−Therm™ Polyester Fibre
2 x 150gsm
Flanelette with Removable Fleece Liner
Camping | Touring
2 Year + 3 Year with Product Registration
Staff tip:These are sent to us with a mix of left and right zips. You will receive a randomly selected sleeping bag.
I’m just wondering will this be any good in -5 Temps?
Stephen - North Richmond, NSW (1 year ago)
This sleeping bag has a Comfort Rating of 6 °C. Ultimately this means that around these temperatures you should maintain comfortability. Anything less than that you will start to be cold. The Extreme temperature rating is generally the lowest temperature you can be in and ultimately still be alive in the morning and should be looked at when determining suitability for sleeping.
If you are expecting to be in temperatures around -5°C, you need to be looking at sleeping bags that have a comfort temp of this or lower. Check out the filter menu on the side of our website to help find sleeping bags with the right specifications for you.
Give us a buzz on 1300 914 007 if you need any further help choosing a sleeping bag.