Looks good overall - I have just a few more edits for you, and with
the condition that you address all of these, I'm approving your
review for upload.
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Thanks for a great review!
Weight: 180 lbs (82 kg)
***EDIT: use "lb" here for consistency
Weight Delivered: 1 lb.13 oz (.82 kg)
***EDIT: use "lb" (no period) here for consistency
This gives me the freedom of movement inside the bag
that cannot be achieved with standard sewing processes. In addition,
once in the bag, the bag will forms close to me thereby drawing the
insulation closer to my body and greatly improving the bag's ability
to keep heat inside.
***EDIT: Drew - you did a great job of getting rid of second-person
projection from your review. In this particular instance, it's fine
to say "the user" or even just to remove pronouns whatsoever (since
it's meant as a generality and "me" actually sounds a bit jarring).
Example: "...the bag forms close, thereby drawing the insulation
closer and greatly improving the bag's ability to keep heat inside"
Doing so produces a down "pillow" at the
bottom of the bag and helps to keep your feet warm.
***EDIT: "my feet" or simply "feet" (note that this might be slightly
clearer if the sentence were placed before your statements about not
doing this and the fit of your bag)
I can tighten to
drawstring, but since I have no extra room at the bottom of the bag, I
cannot pull in the last baffle to make this pillow if I plan on
sleeping in a flat, board-like position.
***EDIT: "tighten the"
The snag guard is not
as effective as those on Western Mountaineering bags, but like I said,
I've had no trouble with this myself.
***EDIT: Still would like to see "other bags I've tried" or something
specific to your experience, and ideally not comparing to a specific
manufacturer (we avoid comparative reviews at BGT)
That night, in camp, I pitched my Black Diamond Mega Light shelter
over the Black Diamond MegaBug Shelter that fits inside. Basically,
this setup is a mosquito net with a waterproof floor covered by a
silnylon pyramid-style tarp.
***EDIT: I believe "MegaLight" is correct - see note below and fix as
My sleeping shelter was slightly different for this trip since insects
were not a factor. I brought and pitched only my Black Diamond Mega
Light and the Black Diamond Mega Floor.
***EDIT: I believe the trademark is "MegaLight" (no space) - please
verify both names at the bdel.com site and edit as needed
I pitched it on the backside
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