The Vango Planet 100 Sleeping Bag is the perfect little sleeping bag for travel! Lightweight, tiny when packed, and insect repelling! This is ideal for anyone heading off on a backpacking adventure or a camping trip.
Below, I’ve reviewed the Vango Planey 100 sleeping bag. The review was written a few years ago, but I still have the sleeping bag and I’m pleased to say it’s still going strong!
Vango Planet 100 Sleeping Bag Review
One of my favourite new purchases is my Vango Planet 100 Sleeping Bag. It’s perfect for travelling – I took it on my South America trip and it came in very handy.
This sleeping bag is also super soft. It’s made from Polair Silky Lining Micro-Polyester, an extra cosy, breathable and comfortable fabric. The aluminised reflective interlining reflects radiated heat back towards you, making the inside as warm as possible.
This is one high-tech bag! The Single-Layer Loose-Shell Construction means that the insulation is held between the lining and the shell, allowing it to move with you, and the lack of stitches through the insulation minimises potential cold spots.
Insect Repelling Sleeping Bag
The Vango Planet has HHL technology: an anti-mosquito finish to repel insects like mosquitoes, sandflies, and wasps and a Health Guard anti-bacteria finish to protect against dust mites, odour, bacteria and mould. On top of the mosquito repellent fabric, the bag seals shut with a mosquito net to stop any bugs getting at your exposed face.
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When I tried it out, the mosquito net across my face did feel a little claustrophobic. But I’d choose that over having my face eaten alive by mozzies while I’m camping in the jungle, so it really is a great feature!
More importantly, the sleeping bag is super comfy. I’ve always had a great nights sleep whenever I’ve used it.
All in all, I’m really happy with my new sleeping bag and think it’s a fantastic addition to my travel backpack. Super small, lightweight, warm and with built-in insect repellent; this seems like the perfect option for my travels in South America.
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