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High Peak Simex Sport Sirius Sleeping Bag - 2 Pack

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uski


quality posts: 2 Private Messages uski

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New High Peak Simex Sport Sirius Sleeping Bag - 2 Pack, for $19.99 + $5 shipping
2 different products:

  • 1x High Peak Simex Sport Sirius Sleeping Bag (olive)
  • 1x High Peak Simex Sport Sirius Sleeping Bag (black)



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davidelliot


quality posts: 2 Private Messages davidelliot

anybody have any experience with these?

I could actually use 2

Nodwick


quality posts: 8 Private Messages Nodwick

For a second there, I thought this was a pair of rather ratty-looking slippers.

jessiebyrd004


quality posts: 52 Private Messages jessiebyrd004

These sleeping bags look weird. But they get good reviews on Buzzillions.
http://www.buzzillions.com/x/s?N=4294811422&D=x&cat=&extra=product_reviews&Ntt=High+Peak+Simex+Sleeping+Bag+

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headache


quality posts: 3 Private Messages headache

If you squint when you look at the picture, it looks like a pair of slightly mismatched slippers.


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antonious13


quality posts: 1 Private Messages antonious13

just in time for summer



anyone know if these are any good?

tomm2thumbs


quality posts: 27 Private Messages tomm2thumbs

I wonder if woot is trying to tell us that if we keep buying from all these woot-offs and daily woots, we are going to be on the streets, and will need them.

Hmmm - must buy more...

january


quality posts: 41 Private Messages january

How long are the sleeping bags in feet and inches? it only says centimeters.

prateeko


quality posts: 70 Private Messages prateeko

If I'm going somewhere super duper cold can I take one and put it in the other for twice the warmth?

polishp86


quality posts: 3 Private Messages polishp86

so how warm are these actually? northern summers in michigan can still get pretty cold at night, i see the lowest rating is at 21F but that doesn't really say how warm these are...

wanpakumono


quality posts: 64 Private Messages wanpakumono

Can these be zipped together for those of us who are a bit "fuller-figured?"

WoodyTX


quality posts: 5 Private Messages WoodyTX

Wow. People really sleep outside?

Learn something new every day...

I'm not keeping track of my Woots, but they average more than one a month, starting with the InFocus 4805 Projector on 06/30/05.

firesights


quality posts: 0 Private Messages firesights

$32 on yahoo for one sleeping bag.

Pretty good deal.

OneKplus337


quality posts: 0 Private Messages OneKplus337

That doll is scary. I don't want it in my sleeping bag.

Nodwick


quality posts: 8 Private Messages Nodwick
davidelliot wrote:anybody have any experience with these?

I could actually use 2



I only needed one. Of course, I soon wished I'd gone with the old stand-by of plastic garbage bags and duct tape, since these tended to leak after a while and I had to spend a weekend scrubbing out the back of my white, windowless van.

Still, the price was good; I can't argue there.

wayang


quality posts: 4 Private Messages wayang

wife says get it! and of course... wife is always right. Got 2.

drshrinker


quality posts: 0 Private Messages drshrinker

I want to know if the temperature range is accurate? Summer activities between 20 and 50 degrees fahrenheit???

dweitzman


quality posts: 3 Private Messages dweitzman

These have got to be the biggest piece of Kazaam (1996) sleeping bags I've ever seen. If you don't give a apple strudel about suriving your camping trip, by all means these are the sleeping bags for you.

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compassstl


quality posts: 30 Private Messages compassstl

Good timing, woot! Just before good camping season!

eq52515


quality posts: 0 Private Messages eq52515

I wonder about the snuggle factor... They seem slim enough to accommodate...

mcthatch


quality posts: 0 Private Messages mcthatch
drshrinker wrote:Umm...your link goes to a page that says there are none...

I want to know if the temperature range is accurate? Summer activities between 20 and 50 degrees fahrenheit???



Were you planning on using your sleeping bag during the day?

ckeilah


quality posts: 149 Private Messages ckeilah

No way! We leave for camping trip tomorrow and will be heading through Dallas. Can we pick these up (and maybe save the shipping charges too ;-)

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adyb1975


quality posts: 1 Private Messages adyb1975

At first glance, they look like some cheap paper slippers.

Need my ΒΟC fix.

mmiteshm


quality posts: 133 Private Messages mmiteshm

Size: 210×75/50 cm

is it right?

netzoo


quality posts: 0 Private Messages netzoo
Nodwick wrote:For a second there, I thought this was a pair of rather ratty-looking slippers.



that was my reaction at first glance too heh!

IAmUnimaginative


quality posts: 1 Private Messages IAmUnimaginative
january wrote:How long are the sleeping bags in feet and inches? it only says centimeters.



http://lmgtfy.com/?q=210+cm+to+inches

Normscoffee


quality posts: 23 Private Messages Normscoffee

I've used these before and they are pretty good. They keep you pretty warm in anything above 30 degrees or so. I would recommend this to people.

Plus, this is a pretty good price. Buy.com has them for more than 30 bucks for 1.

http://www.buy.com/prod/high-peak-simex-sport-sirius-sleeping-bag/q/loc/17250/210991243.html

Invisiblemoose


quality posts: 17 Private Messages Invisiblemoose
drshrinker wrote:
I want to know if the temperature range is accurate? Summer activities between 20 and 50 degrees fahrenheit???


Wow, really? Why would you even need a sleeping bag, then? I thought the idea was to keep you warm... 50*F is light blanket territory.

prateeko


quality posts: 70 Private Messages prateeko

How hard is it to wrap these up and get them in the bag when you're done? Some sleeping bags can compress a lot which makes it easy to store, I'm wondering if that's the case with these ones.

goowokjai


quality posts: 1 Private Messages goowokjai

hmmm, do i need these? Seems like a good deal

quartermane


quality posts: 6 Private Messages quartermane
january wrote:How long are the sleeping bags in feet and inches? it only says centimeters.



82 inches x 30 inches x 20 inches (approx)

geoffreysteinman


quality posts: 7 Private Messages geoffreysteinman
dweitzman wrote:These have got to be the biggest piece of Kazaam (1996) sleeping bags I've ever seen. If you don't give a apple strudel about suriving your camping trip, by all means these are the sleeping bags for you.



first, LOL at wordfilters.
second, i wouldn't use these for anything below 40F.
these are probably good to have for sleepovers, or if you're a college kid/young adult, good to have for guests who crash on the couch.
if you plan to do any real outdoor camping, i'd suggest going to REI (or similar sporting goods/outdoorsperson store) and buying a high-quality bag (will easily cost you $100+)

polishp86


quality posts: 3 Private Messages polishp86
january wrote:How long are the sleeping bags in feet and inches? it only says centimeters.



http://lmgtfy.com/?q=210cm+in+ft


come on man quick google search

*Kudzu*


quality posts: 2 Private Messages *Kudzu*

I think Im gonna have nightmares

uncle pennybags


quality posts: 13 Private Messages uncle pennybags

Doesn't look like a terrible bag.

Plus, it's always handy to have a couple of cheap sleeping bags around just in case. (like more guest then your pad can accommodate, or a bunch of kids wanting to do a backyard camp-out with your nice gear from REI.)

I'm going to have to ponder this.

ap210


quality posts: 47 Private Messages ap210

Can't beat the price. In for a set.

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BuckNekid


quality posts: 1 Private Messages BuckNekid

Are the zippers coated?

vdex34


quality posts: 1 Private Messages vdex34
Nodwick wrote:For a second there, I thought this was a pair of rather ratty-looking slippers.



Me too, must be hivemind.

drock777


quality posts: 5 Private Messages drock777

hmmm I can honestly say I'm tempted...I do quite a bit of camping and wouldn't mind a couple of light sleeping bags