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Message posted by Ratty02/4/2013 at 2:44pm
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50 Outwell Duvet Sleep System
This new system from Outwell comprises a bed, cover and duvet supplied in an all-in-one package that makes bed making an easy and pleasurable experience. For models include the Caress Single, Caress Double and Cameo Single and Double.

Have you got one of these?
Have you seem them?
Have you tried them?
What are they like?

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Message posted by arkwright0112/4/2013 at 6:38pm
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I'm interested in this as it would save us a lot of space in the car! I can't seem to find any information on how warm it is compared to sleeping bags. Anyone have one?

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Message posted by ronapars26/4/2014 at 3:20pm
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Can I assume this idea fell flat? (pun intended)

I am looking to replace a double Readybed which I thought was ok but is in reality too short, not massively comfy and has the annoying overnight deflation coupled with being disturbed if your sleeping partner moves or heaven forbid gets up in the night. I'm looking at SIMs but want to spend about 80 bearing in mind I then have to add bedding to that. Taking a duvet - even with a car - is so bulky.

Was surprised to find no one had commented on this?

Message posted by AdminBob26/4/2014 at 5:37pm
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Hiya, no it did not fall flat, this is one of Outwells very popular sleeping systems that a lot of major stockists are selling.

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Message posted by Gary Eaves26/4/2014 at 6:32pm
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we have seen them in Decathlon if you have one of those near you. they look good.

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Quote: Originally posted by AdminBob on 26/4/2014
Hiya, no it did not fall flat, this is one of Outwells very popular sleeping systems that a lot of major stockists are selling.



Thanks. I have found it in the stockists but can't find many reviews. It looks clever but the comments I did see (on Amazon I think) suggested the air bed style uses lower quality beds that are like lilos and very noisy every time you turn over. The SIM one is only 5cm and I am concerned that will be too thin for us. I have a back problem. Also it's only 190cm which seems shortish.

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I saw them reviewed on John Lewis website, daughter wanted a single one but review put us off! Daughter is going to stick to her air bed/ sim combo, perhaps with a pod type bag instead of her rectangular one.

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