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Snugpak Nautilus SQ Sleeping Bag - Unisex

Durable and can be used as a blanket. If you’re new to the whole camping experience or wanting something to provide you with comfort and warmth through the festival season, the Nautilus will be the perfect bit of kit for you. Due to its simple design, this is brilliant for younger campers, or those with less experience. An appealing feature to any audience may be the fact that Nautilus can be opened up to make a versatile square quilt, perfect for lounging around in your tent.

The Nautilus is an ideal introduction to Snugpak's range of sleeping bags. Made to the same exacting standards as the rest of the range these chunky, warm and comfortable bags have a Supersoft lining that’s soft to the touch and provide considerable warmth. Being lightweight, colourful and compact, what’s not to love about the Nautilus sleeping bag? Part of the Basecamp Range.

  • Weight: 1400g  /  49oz
  • Packsize (LxW): 24cm x 20cm  /  9" x 8"
  • Temperature Rating Comfort*: 3˚C  /  37˚F
  • Temperature Rating Low/Extreme*: -2˚C /  28˚F

* Please note: Comfort and Low-temperature figures are given for guidance only. Snugpak’s performance figures are drawn from over forty years of experience and customer feedback. Our comfort figure assumes you will be sleeping lightly clothed (thermal base layer or PJ’s) within a tent on a good quality sleep mat, at this external temperature the majority of users should feel comfortable and get a good night’s sleep. The low-temperature ratings are temperatures the sleeping bags have been used at by fit individuals with the minimum of discomfort. There are many variables involved in a good night’s sleep, including climate, altitude, fitness and metabolism, if in doubt stick to the comfort figure.

Review: I love the Nautilus sleeping bag. I needed a sleeping bag for spring/summer season and this ticked all the boxes at a great price. It has the quality that Snugpak is known for but the weight is awesome. It is less bulky than the Navigator sleeping bag, but still feels relatively warm and durable. Soft to the touch and the skin. Rolls up fairly compactly and it is small enough to fit inside my 65L rucksack, along with my other supplies and not have to strap it to the outside. It is roomy, I don't like mummy bags with no room in the legs and feet. This bag fits the bill in weight, style, size, comfort and warmth. It worked for me in both cool and warm temps. I'm waiting for the Right Hand Nautilus! I would recommend it for camping.

Features:

  • Supplied with a compression stuff sack for easy compact carrying
  • Can be opened up fully and used as a quilt
  • Siliconised synthetic insulation is soft to the touch
  • Elasticated drawcord-adjustable hood
  • Insulated shoulder baffle to help retain warmth
  • Two-way side zips with insulated baffle behind
  • Anti-snag zipper webbing tape
  • Hanging tabs on the foot to allow easy airing and drying​
  • Left hand (LHZ) and right hand (RHZ) versions available – please check when ordering
  • Make a double sleeping bag by zipping together a left side zip (LHZ) and a right side zip (RHZ)
  • Square sleeping bags offer extra legroom.
  • Origin: Europe – Generations of outdoor and military customers have come to rely on the Snugpak brand to provide them with dependable and effective kit. Every product is made to last and designed to work.

Fabric & Insulation:

Aqualight fabric: Water-repellent, durable fabric. Lightweight 190T Polyester construction

Supersoft fabric: A silky smooth fabric which is specially woven to produce a highly durable and comfortable wicking breathable lining.

IsoFribre Insulation: Filled with ‘Isofibre’ siliconised hollowfibre. The synthetic fibres are structured to trap warm air between tiny cavities in the fibre. When unpacked the ‘Hollowfibres’ Decompress and spring back to gain maximum re-loft.

Size Guide:

External

  Length Chest Width Knee Width  Foot Width Max User Height
Standard 220cm / 87" 80cm / 31" 80cm / 31" 80cm / 31" 190cm / 75"

 

Sleeping Bag Care & Storage

Washing

All Snugpak® sleeping bags are fully washable by hand or even by a washing machine. We provide all the instruction on the care label, which you can find sewn into one of the inner seams.

However, even the highest grade of insulation/filling will eventually lose some thermal efficiency and structure after repeated wash cycles, so we recommend that washing your sleeping bag should not be done often, especially when using a washing machine. Whenever possible, instead of a full wash, we recommend sponging both inner and outer fabrics with soap and water. Then dry and air your sleeping bag thoroughly before storing back in its compression sack.

If you are machine washing your sleeping bag make sure you read the following guidelines for best results.

  1. Zip up the sleeping bag and ensure any draw-cords are entirely in the machine and not trapped in the door before starting.
  2. Machine wash on a cool and gentle setting (never more than 30°C/86°F) in a front-loading domestic washing machine (we would advise against using a top loader as the agitator can damage the product).
  3. Avoid the use of liquid detergent and fabric softeners as this can leave a residue on the bag, Nikwax Cleaners are ideal.

Snugpack Top Tip: Using a loose liner, which can be washed separately as often as you like, to extend your sleeping bags life. Bag liners will also add an extra layer of comfort and warmth to your bag.

Drying

We recommend you line dry your sleeping bag and we recommend you do not tumble dry.

Warning: Drying sleeping bags in a tumble drier could result in heat damage to the items. This can happen even when using a low-temperature setting if the sleeping bag is left in the dryer too long or doesn’t have enough space in which to tumble freely.

Reproofing

We use a Durable Water Repellent (DWR) finish on all our sleeping bags, water repellency can be maintained with periodic re-treatment with suitable aftercare products such as Nikwax Water Proofers.

Storage & Packing

Do not store the bag compressed for long periods between uses. While we sometimes roll sleeping bags at the factory for despatch, we would not advise emulating this without special machinery.

Packing a sleeping bag correctly can save you time and more importantly space within your rucksack for your adventure, all you have to do is follow these simple steps to get the best from your Snugpak sleeping bag.

  • Step 1: Pick up your sleeping bag from the foot end (you should always pack from the foot end of the sleeping bag) and take around 30cm of the sleeping bag and fold it horizontally over your arm.
  • Step 2: With this 30cm horizontal fold, you want to roll it vertically and tight, to then place it within the compression stuff sack.
  • Step 3: Next, put the now stuffed compression sack in between your feet whilst holding the remainder of the sleeping bag under your arm (armpit area)
  • Step 4: Now take a good handful of the sleeping bag and stuff it into the compression stuff sack. Give the compression stuff sack a quarter turn and repeat until it is fully stuffed. Also, for further information on how to compress your sleeping bag keep reading below.

When space in your rucksack is vital you will need to have a sleeping bag that can be compressed down to a minimal size. Snugpak sleeping bags can be compressed by up to 60% making them ideal for all adventures. However, to guarantee that you get the sleeping bag to it’s most compressed, you have to pack and compress it correctly  (Please see the above info )

  1.  Make sure all the compression straps are untangled and flat.
  2. Place your knee on top of the compression sack, squashing the sleeping bag.
  3. Next pull on the compression straps alternatively, taking care not to over tighten

Please Note: All of our sleeping bags are machine rolled using specialist equipment and will need removing from the compression sack once purchased before you can compress the sleeping bag entirely.

  • Outer Fabric: Aqualight, 100% Polyester
  • Inner Fabric: SuperSoft, 100% Polyester
  • Insulation: Isofibre, 100% Polyester
  • Water-repellent fabric
  • Lightweight 190T Polyester construction
  • Silky soft-touch fabric
  • Retains heat when wet
  • Easy to wash and care for.
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