I was finally able to try out my new Helinox Cot Lite on a trip to Anza-Borrego this past weekend. Overall I’m pretty happy with the results of the one night that I slept on the cot.
I will be doing a more in-depth review once I’ve had more experience with the cot.
Check out my short video with first impressions taken at Pumpkin Patch.
This unique landscape is the result of wind and water continuously eroding the surface soil and revealing these globular sandstone concretions. Such concretions are believed to be formed by the natural cementing of sand particles to a small object such as a piece of shell, a grain of sand, or even an insect. Please help preserve the Pumpkin Patch and the nearby ridges where new pumpkin-size desert “pearls” are emerging.
The Helinox Cot Light lives up to it’s name. Here are the specifications.
1200 g / 2.65 lbs (without case)
1075 g / 2.37 lbs (ultralight mode, three supports)
1260 g / 2.78 lbs (with case)
Cot Length: 185 cm / 72.8 in
Cot Width: 60 cm / 23.6 in
Cot Height: 13 cm / 5.1 in
Case: 53 cm W x 13 cm H / 20.9 in W x 5.1 in H
120 kg / 265 lbs
Amazon link for price and availability.
Music by Epidemic Sound.