/ PRODUCT NEWS: New Sea to Summit Sleeping Bags With Unique Nano Technology

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Alpine Series, 3 kbSea to Summit, based in Perth Australia and well known for their design flair and innovative technology, have introduced a brand new range of high quality technical sleeping bags. In selected shops now.

Read more at http://www.ukclimbing.com/gear/news.php?id=3522
chopin-smith - on 02 Mar 2011
In reply to UKC Gear:

Doesn't quite explain what the "unique nano technology" is, which could make a cynical consumer to suspect it's just another way of marketing DWR nylon...
winhill - on 02 Mar 2011
In reply to chopin-smith:
> (In reply to UKC Gear)
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> Doesn't quite explain what the "unique nano technology" is, which could make a cynical consumer to suspect it's just another way of marketing DWR nylon...

yeah, i was expecting robots.
danm - on 02 Mar 2011
In reply to winhill:

DWR is nanotech of a sort. Anyway, it looks like they've developed a liner to help prevent the dew point condensation you get with coated shell bags. http://www.seatosummit.com.au

Interesting if it works.
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Jimbo C - on 04 Mar 2011
In reply to danm:
> (In reply to winhill)
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> DWR is nanotech of a sort. Anyway, it looks like they've developed a liner to help prevent the dew point condensation you get with coated shell bags. http://www.seatosummit.com.au
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> Interesting if it works.

I see. The idea makes sense, but only if the dew point happens to be near the outer surface of the bag.

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