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The outdoor sleeping pad 10,000 Amazon shoppers snooze on is down to $26

Save almost 60%: Whether you spend your summers at the beach or in the forest, this will make the hard ground a lot softer.

Campers are usually fine with roughing it, but seasoned outdoorsy people know that doesn't mean you have to sacrifice comfort. While it's incredibly peaceful to fall asleep under the stars, spending all night on the ground is no picnic for your back. Luckily, Amazon's offering up a sweet deal on a handy helper. It's called the Powerlix Sleeping Pad, and it's designed to provide extra cushioning during campouts.

The Powerlix is designed to transform your slumber, no matter where you crash. It's a jiffy to inflate and puffs up to 75 by 23 inches, leaving plenty of room for even taller campers. It weighs just 1.32 pounds and rolls down to the size of a water bottle, making it easy to toss in your backpack.

$40 at Amazon

Why is this a good deal? 💰

You can't put a price on your comfort when you're sleeping outdoors, but $26 is pretty manageable for most. At nearly 60% off, this is a match to the lowest price the Powerlix sleeping pad has been all year, making now the perfect time to act — just in time for summer camping season.

Why do I need this? 🤔

The Powerlix sleeping pad is on sale in six different colors: green, blue, black, navy blue, camo and orange. And, of course, it's incredibly comfortable.

The sleeping pad uses hexagon-shaped air cells that are designed to support pressure points all over your body. The end result is impressive comfort all night.

This pad rolls up small and is lightweight — just 1.3 pounds! — making it easy to tote around as needed. The whole thing inflates with the help of the carrying bag, saving your breath in the process.

sleeping pad
Sleeping under the stars is supposed to be 'alfresco,' not 'ow!-fresco.' Powerlix's body mapping technology puts you on the road to your happiest-ever campouts. (Amazon)

What reviewers say 💬

Worth noting: It's received nearly 10,000 perfect reviews over at Amazon.

Pros 👍

"The best part about this sleeping pad is that you don't have to blow at all to inflate!" said a five-star fan who raved about the potential storage capacity. "I used it for camping and it was really comfortable to sleep on it. You will not feel any bumps on the ground, as the air cushioning is very good. It is also very easy to deflate and get it back into the carrying pouch. The inflating bag can also be used as an extra bag to carry any of the extra stuff you want.... So it's like getting an extra bag for free!"

One happy camper called the Powerlix Sleeping Pad "some NASA, Space-X grade tech." They continued, "This thing is so light and so small, it can be taken everywhere! The self-inflating bag is so amazing and practical that it feels almost dumb. Why you don't see this kind of tech implemented as often on other things?"

Most importantly, this sleeping bag is a cinch to keep tidy. "I took mine out this weekend, and clean up was a breeze! I was able to get this lightweight mattress out quickly, use it during a picnic and then comfortably put it away quickly."

Cons 👎

If you're a wiggly sleeper, you might make a decent bit of noise. "The only downside so far is the noise it makes when sliding along any surface. I don't mind it. Once I actually found it pleasant, but I have a feeling many people don't want their mattress or bedroll making that inflated fabric noise."

The sleeping bag, while comfortable, is a little on the thin side. "My only complaint is I should have ordered two! I'm a bit of a stocky build so one was a bit narrow."

The pad is tear-resistant and made of heavy-duty nylon fabric, so you don't have to stress about waking up on the ground. It's even designed to last a lifetime — plan on camping with this pad for the foreseeable future.

$41 at Amazon

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The reviews quoted above reflect the most recent versions at the time of publication.

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