Light and Inexpensive – Klymit Cush Recon Seat Pad / Pillow – Review

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Today Luke is reviewing the Klymit Cush Recon Seat Pad/Pillow.
Light and Inexpensive

Link : https://www.klymit.com/cush-recon-seat.html

Price : $17

Weight : 2.89oz

Color : Coyote Brown / Blue and Gray and Camo

Depending on where you look, you may see it listed as the Cush Inflatable Pillow and Seat Cushion

Rugged, light and compact, the Cush Recon is versatile, mission-ready comfort that easily transitions from backcountry to ball game. It wraps precisely around your head and fits right into your sleeping bag’s hood with an ergonomic deign that cups the ears and minimizes irritation at pressure points. Use it at single-layer thickness, or double or triple it up for more comfort while sitting or taking a quick trail nap. The Cush packs down to the size of a wallet, weighs just three ounces and inflates with just a single breath.

More Information
Price $16.95
Weight 2.89 oz / 82 g
Dimensions 29″ x 9″ x 1.5″ / 74 cm x 23 cm x 3.81 cm
Pack Size 4.5″ x 3.5″ x 1″ / 11.43 cm x 8.89 cm x 2.54 cm
Inflation 1-2 Breaths
Fabric 75D Polyester
Warranty Limited Lifetime

Review :

Light weight.
Comfortable especially as a pillow.
Works as a seat but do be careful where you decide to lay it.
Cut cutouts are very comfortable for sleeping
Material is so-so in comfort; easy to throw shirt over it.
Fits well in the hood of your sleeping bag
Easy to inflate.
Easy to delate.
Materials doesn’t absorb water.
Easy to wipe off if used as a seat.
You can go from sitting on snow or a wet log to sleeping instantly.
Very friendly price
Firm when inflated fully. Release some air to make it softer.
I little slick; can be corrected with some seam sealer.
When used as a pillow, you can fold it to get the thickness that you need.

Comments

Jeff Smith says:

The bluegray version is on Amazon today for 9.99!

Codename Hannibal says:

where do you get most of the stuff you do reviews on?

Rachael Carpenter says:

For anyone who’s interested in getting this pillow like me, amazon has the blue color in stock right now for $10 as a deal of the day. Just thought I’d let everyone know!

Alan Free says:

That’s a great idea! Very comfortable.

Bill at Yellowdog Welding says:

Cool review! Nice pillow for sure

katherine chaning says:

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gliderrider says:

D***IT! I just bought the Xpillow, which I do not like. This would have been better and cheaper. Fold it and use a buff to keep its shape and as a cover.

Frank Garriga says:

Made in China

Marshall Customs says:

Thanks for the vids! Your upbeat videos always brighten my night shifts!

Kevin Witzig says:

Do you have a video that talks about how to pick the right hiking boot or shoe?

Erik22552 says:

How will this react in the cold? Does it stay flexible or stiffen up?

Den Water says:

Dude… where were you a couple months ago when this came in my Battlbox? We got the Klymit… pillow, cush seat, and sleeping pad. I used my cush seat for the chair on my porch, I hated the pillow, and haven’t used the pad yet. I wish I would have thought to use the cush seat as a pillow as you have just suggested. Then maybe I wouldn’t have popped it, and therefore been able to still use it. You are a genius, keep up the good work and keep enlightening us simple folk. So we don’t keep using things as suggested. .. Maybe we could get some useful, usefulness out of our useless stuff!

Zack8133 says:

how many breaths does it take? What a great test thanks again for a great video Luke

HumbleCowboy92 says:

Random question: what pants are you wearing? I’m a new subscriber n I’ve seen you with those pants in several videos. Are they Tru Spec?

Rachael Carpenter says:

Just got mine in the mail today! Absolutely love it so far! Thanks Luke!

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