- Fits My Vehicle
- Quick Setup
- Quality Material
The material is great!
The material is great!
I love the Luno for my Grand Cherokee! I recently bought a $100 Nemo Tensor air sleeping pad for camping, but still feel like I will use the Luno as my main tent mattress when I can park within walking distance of camp site. It's great that it folds in half and leaves room to maneuver around tent during the day. And in truck its nice I can fill up only half of it and keep all my gear stacked on the other side so I can pull over and sleep if I get a migraine while on long drives. The screens were great too!
I drove up and down the West coast -- I would get to my campsite later in the evening and I was so grateful to have the Luno mattress ready to go in the back of my SUV. It meant I did not have to set anything up in the dark, and it is very comfortable -- I had zero strange aches and pains that usually occur when I camp in a tent. Also, the mattress is very easy to inflate and adjust. I can't wait to camp again.
+ packs down relatively small in the back of my Subaru Outback
+ inflates/sets up quickly when I'm at my destination
+ easy enough to sleep through the night on the firm mattress
+ deflates/packs out easily when I'm ready to hit the road again
overall, a great addition to my road trip gear.
- both my boyfriend and I have experienced our sides of the mattress deflate in the middle of the night. I make extra sure now that the deflate tab is tightly plugged in. It's only happened to each of us once and I like to think of it as a little car camp initiation.
- sometimes I wonder if it's overkill to have both my tent camping gear and the Luno car gear serve generally the same purpose (overnight stops on long road trips) but I like the flexibility and how little space both options take up.
I put this thing through the wringer on a two-and-a-half-week road trip when it was delivered. All in all, it was fantastic and pretty comfortable. I couldn't imagine road tripping without in the future, to be honest. The only concern I have is that the cable for the air pump is not exactly the most high quality and pretty standard. I'm worried that over time it might break/tear in some way like cheaper cables do and then I'll have to buy a new air pump.