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Nimbus 700 - 600 down Sleeping Bag $139 @ The Warehouse


Regular price is $449.99, currently on special at T7 for $251.99, see here:…

Exact same product at The Warehouse for $139.00. Damn good price for a goose down sleeping bag, only available online:…

The Torpedo7 Nimbus 700 is ideal for cold weather trampers – light and compact enough to stow comfortably in your back for a decent trek into the backcountry. With 700g of 600 fill power white goose down, this bag has an optimal comfort temperature of -3°C and a comfort range between -10°C and 0°C. With this bag you wont be compromising on warmth and comfort when the mercury starts to drop.

The Torpedo7 Nimbus Sleeping bags feature a 3D Draft collar, wind baffle and a ¾ zipper for maximum warmth. The 30 denier polyester ripstop outer provides excellent durability while the softer pongee liner ensures comfort even in some of the harshest conditions.

EcoGreen Construction
The shell of this sleeping bag is built from a recycled polyester which benefits the environment by conserving non-renewable petroleum based resources with less waste ending up in landfills and lower levels of harmful greenhouse gasses.

Mummy sleeping bag shape
Nylon compression sack included
Wind baffle to eliminate drafts
3D Draft collar for better heat retention
¾ Right hand two way zippers
Interior pocket
Anti-snag zip webbing
Elasticated draw cord hood
Foot zip opening
Mesh stowbag included
700g fill weight
600 Fill power
85% White Goose Down | 15% Feather
Shell: 30D Recycled Polyester Ripstop - superb durability
Liner: 290T Polyester Pongee
Dimensions: 210 x 78cm
Packed dimensions: 33 x 19 cm
Weight: 1.45kg approx
Upper Comfort Limt: 0°C
Extreme Limit Temp: -10°C
Warranty - 1 year from purchase

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closed Comments

  • This is a really good deal. Great find OP.

    • Is it good quality? I find Torpedo7 to either be stuff that's pretty good or stuff that's pretending to be pretty good.

      • Agreed - I actually popped into T7 to check it out before ordering - it seemed pretty good quality in comparison to the others available. I guess I'll only find out after a proper road test.

  • Cheers, I ordered one yesterday and picked it up today. Quite compact once all the straps are pulled in and it seems to be good quality. Should be good for under a lean to shelter given the temp rating.

  • +1

    Can anyone that has used this comment on the quality? Worth buying?
    How's it compared to other sleeping bags that are at the RRP price of between $300-$500? Since it's advertised as approx. $400 i'm curious.

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