Quechua 15° Light Hiking Sleeping Bag - 1-2 Season, Purple, RightQuechua
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wrong temperature rating
light, small, cosy and compact
didn't keep warm at all
Sahara (United Kingdom)
30-39 years old Woman
used for 1 week or less
an easy to use and pack-up sleeping bag, very cosy, light and compact
BUT WRONG temperature rating
I bought this a week ago in Spain (june). Day temperatures were 30 degrees
I used this sleeping bag dressed in THICK thermal leggings, thigh long, super thick warm socks and a winter downs jacket and jumper. I was sleeping on a sleeping mat AND had a bivy bag - yet I woke up being cold :( Nights were uncomfortable because I kept on waking up feeling very cold - not so happy with the bag
Survived to fight another day with this SB
Rhys (United Kingdom)
I recently went on a small beginner Vol Biv expedition where we use either hike or fly paragliders across mountain terrain. I was on a route that leads from The pre-Julian Alps to the Dolomites, and top landed Stol [1,405m / 4609ft]. I had no tent, and luckily, a friend I was with found a mountain cabin that I could sleep in for the night. The sun set at the temperature fell to 19C and it was perfect! Unluckily, the North wind started howling after an hour, and came from some higher peaks a few miles away where it had Snowed the night before. The temperature dropped to 4C, and it was a struggle untill sun rise, however, I'm still here to leave a review so for that I'm greatfull. For those that don't no, a human can suffer hypothermia at temperatures around 10C, higher if it's windy or damp. I'll continue to push the boundaries of these light weight tents because their pack size and weight needs to be small to fit in out paragliding harnesses. If size is an issue, this bag can be a great choice for summer alp conditions. If you like to be warm, then I'd pick a slightly warmer bag for spring and Autumn. If you want to live another day to possible leave your own Decatholon review, then get a warmer bag for winter.
Temperature rating off
Rating too high
Nicholas (United Kingdom)
40-49 years old Man
used for 1 week or less This would be suitable for 20* not 15!
Response of the brand
I'm sorry to hear about your inconvenience with the Quechua Sleeping Bag.
I have already forwarded your feedback to our product manager in France.
If you wore too many clothes it could cause the effect you don't feel well the warmth of the sleeping bag.
If you would like to choose another type of sleeping bag, you can return it to your closest store for an exchange or a refund.
In that case i would recommend you these models:
Reka Engel Angyal UK Market Manager Mountain sports DECATHLON
light and small pack but surprisingly big s-bag
zips together but not all the way down
Jo (United Kingdom)
40-49 years old Woman
used for 2 to 8 weeks Looks good, nice and light weight, plenty of room inside the bag, ideal for summer/warmer climate.
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These temperatures depend on a person's ability to withstand cold (build, fatigue, etc.), his equipment (insulating mattress, etc.), the way he is dressed (if he is naked, wearing underwear, etc.), and weather conditions (damp, wind, etc.).
The "comfort temperature" is the lower temperature limit at which the user feels comfortable overall - neither hot nor cold - while lying in a relaxed position (temperature determined for an average woman under normal conditions of use).
CHOOSE YOUR SLEEPING BAG ACCORDINGLY
Keep your extremities warm: use hats, gloves, socks, bed warmers, rubbing, etc.
A flask filled with hot water can be used as a foot or bed warmer (so long as there's no chance of it opening by accident!)
Contract your muscles (70% of the energy you consume is transformed into heat) without making movements that could cause a draught.