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Quick inflation technology that fills up the air pads easily and can deflate quickly in a compact-pack.


Comfortable inflatable air seats that can fit in your backpack easily and stay durable in all terrains.

The Air Pad

Our unique designs make our air pads inflate with the blowing win without the need for air pressure.


We are a website that promotes an inflatable air pad that can become your backpack essential from the first day. Our team  offers a solution for the need for comfortable air pads that can be easily inflated with just wind directed towards it. There is no need for an air pump to fill the air in the pads. We want to deliver this product to every traveller who needs to find comfort in solitary destinations while carrying a lightweight backpack.

Ultralight Backpacking Air Mattress

Featherweight backpacking mattress that is built for rigidity and all-terrain use. It is easy to clean and has quick dry fabric that helps you backpack anytime almost instantly.

Self-Inflating Pads

Blow air in the air pads like you make a wish and the magic will happen on its own. Find out more about the features and applications of self-inflating pads.

Amazing Air Pad
NO power or pumping




The AirPad 2 features an extra comfy 4 INCH THICK QUILTED support system for superior cushioning and comfort.



With our indirect inflation, you’ll never have to put your mouth on a dirty valve that’s been all over the ground (or in someone else’s mouth).



The Wind valve allows for EFFORTLESS DEFLATION and even doubles as the pad’s carrying case, so you’ll never lose or fumble with a clumsy stuff-sack again.

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  • Air pads are not the only accessory you need on a camping trip, Fitness trackers are very popular with people who like to keep fit on their camping trips and travels. However, today Fitness has become an essential part of people’s travelling life. These devices are the popular way to monitor your fitness activity and help the user have success in keeping fit in any location in the world indoors and outdoors.


    Wearable devices are now common among people and now it is possible to take with you on any type of travelling or camping trip as an accesery, not all devices work accurately or give the accurate data required to track your success. Therefore, one should know what kind of devices are the best to buy for tracking their fitness success.


    Hundreds of such devices and products are available so you  could get confused on the best one to purchase, the following suggestions will help you make the correct choice for your camping needs.


    Smart watches, trackers, and some applications are very useful for you. The devices are good to monitor your heart rate, sleep tracking and other parameters of your body to suggest you activities to be done. Still, improvement has to be done in these devices to give you 100% accuracy.


    A fitness tracker is a popular choice among, people going on trips,  personal trainers in London and fitness fanatics in general. And if you are going to buy one of these amazing fitness devices then you should be careful about some key points. Some trackers come as smart watches while other as wristbands. Just attach them to your ankle or wear it on your arm or hand and monitor your activity. However, not every tracker supports applications. Therefore, you should ask these questions before you buy a fitness tracker of a popular or a local brand.

    Ask these questions:


    What about apps? A tracker works with the help of the application. If the software is very good then tracking and monitoring will become faster and easier. If the software is not good and work slows then the tracking will be slow and may be inaccurate.

    What can it track? Most of the trackers available calculate calorie during the cycling or running. Many of them don’t track it when you are doing exercises such as boxing, swimming, weightlifting and more. the advance tracker that has inbuilt GPS can track the location as a well. However, it will increase the price. You can track sleep, step count and heart rate from the tracker.

    Some also come with applications that can track your eating habits. It will let you check your calories intake and let you control your diet on your healthy camping trip .

    Tracker checklist:


    • Some trackers are either simple dongles or have the built-in watch. Some may work with your smartphone while others don’t. So, decide whether you want a watch or no watch tracker.
    • Check the battery life of the tracker so that you can use it for a long time. The best trackers can work for six months.
    • The tracker accuracy is all that matters. However, you may not get a tracker that gives 100% accurate result but buy one that offers a close result. Inaccurate results will affect your fitness activities and goal.
    • Waterproofing is another feature of a tracker but not all trackers are waterproofed. So, if you are a swimmer then only choose tracker with waterproofing.


    So, check these features and ask these questions before you buy a fitness tracker or travelling accessory.






  • Buying a sleeping pad for camping or backpacking is a part of the planning stage. Getting good sleep before a day full of adventures is what any hiker or camper would want the most. Sleep is required to energize your body, and falling asleep isn't the easiest task for many people. Resting after a day of tiring activities will need a comfy mattress to slump into. But you cannot always carry heavy items with you when you go backpacking all by yourself. Choosing a sleeping pad for backpacking shouldn't be a hasty process with getting one for the sake of it. You know how important sleep is during those days of continuous activities. With several options available, you could be quite confused about what to buy. Let us look at a list of the different types of sleeping pads and the criteria to follow to select the right one.

    What is the Purpose?

    the Purpose You need to have an idea about the factors that make a sleeping pad more beneficial than the normal sleeping bags. Cushion and insulation are the two functions of a sleeping pad. Both these features ensure you good sleep, but it comes at a cost that could be pretty high; so, you wouldn’t want to make the wrong choice here.

    Types of Sleeping Pads

    The air pads, as the name implies, are air-filled cushy mattresses. Since they are lightweight, compact, and comfortable, most backpackers prefer the air pads. It could take you a couple of minutes to blow air into the pads; having a pump can make the job easier. Insulation features are also provided in the air pads to increase warmth. But since all these come with a delicate touch, the air pads are likely to get punctured. Since it is lightweight and compact, the cost is also slightly higher. Foam pads are filled with dense foam that contains tiny closed air cells. When you don't want to face the issue of getting punctured, the foam pad is an excellent choice since it is lightweight, cheaper, and durable. The downsides of foam pads are that they are less comfortable and are bulky. Self-inflating pads will get inflated automatically by opening up the valve. These pads offer comfort and good insulation, but they can get punctured like the air pads. Also, they cost more than foam pads and are heavier than air pads.


    When using a sleeping pad, the factor that you need check first is its insulation, which is denoted using R. Higher the value of R, better will be the insulation properties. Special pads for women are also available since they tend to sleep colder at nights. Look out for sleeping pads with an R-value in the range 1-6, and get one that is reasonable for your use.

    Points to Consider

    When selecting a sleeping pad, you need to check through a few points to make sure that you are making the right choice.
    • The location you are visiting
    • The features you need most:
    • Warmth- sleeping pads with higher R-value
    • Lightweight and size- air pad
    • Lower price- foam pad
    • Comfort- self-inflating pads

  • Blowing air into the mattresses could be a hassle when you want a good night’s sleep, and it would only add to the stress and fatigue of the day's activities. Everyone agrees unanimously to the fact that pumps are the best choice to inflate these mattresses; they are, indeed, the best inflators. But the issue that the users might face will be that of the pump breaking down or forgetting it at home. Not many people will know how to handle such situations since they have been programmed to get things done with ease. But such an unfortunate situation shouldn't dispirit you from getting sleep to wake up to new adventures. There are several tricks you can use to inflate your mattress when the pump isn't functioning. Here is a compilation of the best ways you can adopt to inflate your air mattress without a pump.

    1.      Vacuum Cleaner

         Vacuum Cleaner You wouldn’t need to run to a nearby store to get a pump when you are heading to the camp. A vacuum cleaner can easily replace the external mattress pump if you have a hose attachment for the cleaner. Before inflating the mattress, you need to make sure that the vacuum cleaner hasn’t got any debris or dust particles. Carry it around your house by running it over the surface until you are certain the cleaner is free of such dirt. Spread your mattress over a flat and clean surface and open up the valve. The cleaner’s hose is to be connected to the nozzle of the mattress in such a way that it remains airtight. You could also buy an adaptor to make the best connection between the nozzle and the hose. Set the vacuum cleaner in reverse mode to blow out air. This can help you inflate the air mattress in a matter of a few minutes.

    2.      Hair Dryer

    If the pump isn't working, get the hairdryer in the cupboard to fill your mattress with air. Although hair dryers aren't as effective as the vacuum cleaner, they are easier to use. Make sure not to fill the mattress with hot air when inflating as it could damage the seams of the mattress, consequently, ending up in a puncture. So, set your hairdryer to cold settings when blowing air into the mattress. Connect the dryer to the nozzle of the mattress and inflate it to the required firmness.   Hair Dryer

    3.      Garbage Bags

    As bizarre it may sound, garbage bags can, indeed, be used for inflating your air mattress if your external pump isn’t working. This method is a bit more time-consuming than the other two, but you can get your mattress ready if you put in some patience. Get a large refuse bag that is strong enough to hold the air inside. Swinging it around will help in trapping air, and once it is done, seal the open end of the bag. By connecting one end of the garbage bag to the mattress nozzle and pressing the bag hard, you can get your mattress inflated. You will need to repeat the process for about 10 times to get the mattress to your desired firmness.

  • Camping is so much fun, especially with friends who enjoy camping as much as you do. It sure is the best way to get to know each other with some good conversations. Sitting by the fire with a warm coffee, sharing secrets and stories is an excellent opportunity to build a strong bond.

    The freedom you get to spend a good time with your friends in a tent under the stars can be a memorable experience. It can also teach you many things that you were never aware of, or maybe you can also take the chance to test the bond of your friendship.


    Some good reasons to go camping with friends:


    1. Camping can strengthen your bond – And yes, it’s true. Doing something together really brings people together, and camping is sure the best way. Going camping means relying on each other, and when a little help is needed, a helping hand sure goes a long way. It’s also an opportunity to learn each other’s habits and probably test how well you know your friends.
    2. An escape from the busy life – You might meet each other on regular days, but hectic schedules can cut your time short. Going out somewhere to breathe fresh air in an open space can be healing. Or even playing silly games can add a lot of fun.
    3. Good conversations – Unlike the conversations you regularly have, camping can allow you to open yourself more. Sitting around by the fire talking about your dreams and future or wishes, nothing can beat that. And everyone enjoys a good conversation.
    4. You get to know your friends better Camping with friends is a great way to test their patience and yours too. It will reveal certain personalities when things don’t go as planned (which will probably happen during camping). You might know each other strengths, weaknesses, some good and bad habits but camping can shed light on many things and maybe you can take some notes.
    5. There will be fun every minute – No denying spending time with friends makes a person happier. And camping with friends will have you cracking every up every time with lame and stupid jokes or being silly with each other. It will undoubtedly keep your troubles at bay.
    6. You will learn new things – Since you’re all on your own, you learn to do things yourself. Or maybe you can also learn a new recipe from your friends.
    7. You do fun things together ­– Everything can be fun when you’re with friends. Even if you don’t sing, sitting around and singing with off keys can be great fun. You can experience a lifetime memory.
    8. You make memories every minute – Camping with friends is nothing but fun and memories. You can look back and cherish all the good times, and maybe your off-tune singing can still be funny even years later.
    9. Quality time with friends – Keeping your electronic gadgets away from camping can give you some quality time to spend with each other. It can be cooking, playing sports, talking to one another, or exploring mother nature.


    It is affordable Going for a fun, active holiday sounds expensive? Maybe you can camp instead. Foods and groceries, and essentials can be bought much cheaper, and you can stack as much as you like. There’s no such thing as too much food when it comes to camping because you’ll find yourself eating every time. And you won’t have to worry about filling up the car with gas or purchase more food because they won’t be a probl

  • Having a good night’s sleep is always a healthy body function, which if skipped, can cause intermittent health issues. When camping or backpacking in the countryside, you have to get a comfortable sleeping bag to slide into. But as most of you might know, lying on the ground with a thin material as that of the sleeping bag, might not give you the peace you need. Sleeping pads play a crucial role in putting you to sleep during such adventure trips. What most people think the pads offer is cushioning to assure a comfortable surface to lie on; insulation is another feature it carries to keep you warm all through the night. Choosing a sleeping pad for your trip might become a strenuous task with plenty of options available. Let us have a look at the various factors to check when buying a sleeping pad.

    1.      Types of Sleeping Pads

    You need to understand the benefits of using each type of sleeping pad; choosing one from the three varieties should be done only after trying all of them in person.

    Air Pads

    Two varieties are available for air pads: lightweight and extra-thick. The former one is best to be used when you want to go backpacking, and the latter is ideal for glamping. Insulation or reflective materials have been added as a feature to most air pads these days to increase warmth. Alternative inflation methods can also be used here without the need for breathing air into it. They are comfortable, compact, and lightweight, making the packing easier. Customization of the firmness is also possible with this mattress by adding or releasing air through the valves. Drawbacks are that they can be easily ripped or punctured since they are delicate, and it is also expensive since it is lightweight.

    Self-Inflating Pads

    Open-cell foam insulation and air are offered by the self-inflating pads. When the valve is opened, the foam expands inside the pad and air is brought in automatically. Designs fit for both backpacking and camping are available with different folding patterns. They are compact and reasonable, and it also offers excellent insulation. On the contrary, it is more expensive and heavier than the simple foam pads.

    Closed-Cell Foam Pads

    Dense foam with tiny closed air cells is present in these pads that are tailor-made for backpacking, and these pads are rolled up in the formation of a Z. They are durable, lightweight, and have consistent insulation but are less comfortable and are bulky and firm.   bulky and firm.

    2.      Use of the Pad

    You need to consider the intended purpose of these pads when purchasing. Go for the self-inflating or hick air pad when you are off on a car camp. Lightweight self-inflating pad or air pad will provide you with great sleep and comfort when you go backpacking or kayaking.

    3.      Warmth

    This is another feature that you need to check in the sleeping pads as warmth is essential in a good night’s sleep. If the pads can successfully resist heat loss to the ground, the measured value, R, will be higher. Apart from these features, you also need to check for the sleeping system and other important aspects such as weight, size, cushioning, and ease of inflation.

  • Making a camping trip all lively and exciting has a lot to do with your sleep. Nothing about the trip can be enjoyed to its entirety without a good night’s sleep since your body seeks rest after the whole day of activities. Thinking of sleep, you don’t get to have the same comfort as you do at home, but a portion of it can be guaranteed with the different kinds of mattresses available. You could slide into the sleeping bag or use a yoga style mat for the slumber. The fun of the trip lies in the choice of mattress you make, and a self-inflating mat could serve the purpose well. A trial was conducted with all possible forms of sleeping gear to see which one fills the next day with more smiles. Look through all the options and see why some of them stand out; stick to what you feel is best, as sleep is essential for the next day’s activities.

    Sleeping Without a Mat

      Sleeping Without a Mat If you are young and have no injuries or pains, sleeping directly on the ground with a sleeping bag is a good option. But most people don't prefer to take a nap this way, pushing it down as a last resort.

    Sleeping with a Yoga Style Mat

    Although this does give you some sense of comfort compared to the previous method, it isn't luxury by itself either. While yoga mats became the trend and people were using it for better sleep during camps, the new style mats kicked in with a bang. Both inflatable and self-inflating types were available in the market with numerous variants.

    Sleeping with the Inflatable and Self-Inflating Mats

    These were a great upgrade to the yoga mats since sleep was deepened with those comfy insides. But it surely had a few drawbacks as well, such as that of the effort going into blowing the mat. Some other options for this type are available too, and most of them offer impressive features. Self-Inflating Mats The type in which various pocket systems have been built guaranteed comfortable sleep and less sliding over on the surface you sleep. It also is lightweight and small, making the packing stage easy. But it would take a lot of effort to blow up the mattress, and it also wasn’t made of durable material. In a variant with the wavy surface, comfort and lightweight features were guaranteed but again took a lot of effort to blow and chances for it burst were high too. Another mat that is similar to the first one had fairly better features but had to take effort to blow in and was quite expensive. The last option on the list was the self-inflating mattress, and it turned out to be the best. Inflating without the need for blowing air into it was the biggest benefit, and it also guaranteed a comfortable sleep, was durable, and had fewer chances of being punctured. The only drawbacks of the self-inflating mattresses are that they are expensive and aren't as light or small as the inflatables.