EDIT & APPROVAL: Owner Review - Mountainsmith Wisp - Stephen Blankenship
- EDIT & APPROVAL: Owner Review - Mountainsmith Wisp - Stephen Blankenship
A couple of small details which I missed the first time around, mainly too
much precision in some of the numbers. Given the usual variability during
production runs and so on, we try to not make things look too 'accurate'.
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A general comment for the future. This OR is OK, but it's getting close to
the lower limit for length. We like to have a bit of detail, especially for
major items. So feel free to make your reviews and reports a little longer
if you can. Imagine you are talking directly to a novice who has asked about
the item: what would you say about it?
Cheers and welcome
> Height: 6'0" (183 cm)EDIT: insert space: 6' 0"
> is usually just under 20 lbs (9.07 kg) for a winter trip and at most 15Edit: too much precision in the metrics. 9.1 kg and 6.8 kg would be just
> lbs (6.80 kg) during the spring or summer.
> Tested Weight: 1 lb 6.1 oz (.63 kg), including nylon stuff sack asEdit: too much precision in the ounces: 1 lb 6 oz would be fine.
> (5,182 m) while I was in the Himalayas, but I must admit that I wasEdit: same again: 5,200 m would be sufficient
> I measured it to be about 6 x 10 in (15.24 x 25.40 cm) ]. To defineEdit: ditto: 15 cm * 25 cm is enough