Yep, the EURO Blackcan hot water heated camping mat looks like it will keep you nice and warm at night during winter or high altitude camping trips. But I prefer another, way, way less complicated and expensive method of not freezing my ass off: stay home in the winter, and stay below 2,000' at all times.
If you're a thrill-seeker into extreme conditions, and don't mind lugging another 6.4 pounds of gear around as you navigate them, the EURO Blackcan can provide you with an 86-degree F escape from the cold as you sleep, ensuring you wake up the next day with all fingers, toes, and vital organs functioning properly. So you can head right back into the arms of Jack Frost and go extremin' all over again.
The EURO Blackcan reservoir uses either a 230g butane gas or 265g propane gas canister to heat its water, and pump it into a 1.06" thick sleeping mat. An automatic mechanical gas control function - no external power needed - should keep the system stable and functional for around 10 hours.
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