EDIT/APPROVAL: Big Agnes Insulated Air Core - Raymond Estrella
- EDIT/APPROVAL: Big Agnes Insulated Air Core - Raymond Estrella
Your description of the mat interests me. Good review.
Some small edits for you to do. Could you then try another upload into the tests/OR folder and carefully inspect the
results yourself please. If you want me to check the html again, say so on this channel, But if you are happy with the
results, then you are clear to upload to
(Previously sent to the wrong list by mistake - bother. )
BGT OR Editor
> Big Agnes Insulated Air Core Pad, LongEDIT: urging same as for the other OR:
" Owner Review: Big Agnes Insulated Air Core Pad, Long
November 21, 2005"
All centered - the current HTML isn't.
And there seem to be some blank lines above the heading?
> Weight: 210 lbs (95 kg)EDIT: lb, no 's'
> Weight of stuff sack included above: .8 oz (22 g)EDIT: we prefer to include the leading zero, thus: 0.8 oz
> the DWR coating on the outside, the inner surface has been given aEdit: I suspect that the PU coating is mainly to make it air tight!
> polyurethane coating to make it more waterproof.
> are described as being I-beam construction.Edit/Comment: do they explain what 'I-beam' means in this case?
> This is the Insulated Air Core inflated.Edit: the photo would be FAR more useful if you had a scale on it, somehow. If you can't put one on, how about including
the length of the mat in the caption? The same comment applies to the stuff sack.
> I ordered this pad after reading a pre-production review of it inEDIT: this information is of no use to the reader, so omit.
> Backpacker Magazine. I bought it from Big Agnes themselves, but had
> to wait 5 weeks for it to become available. I received it on April
> 8th of 2004.
> the ground even when I sit up, Concentrating all of my weight to oneEDIT: 'concentrating'
> Otherwise the insulation will be against the ground. Where it willEDIT: 'against the ground where it will '
> Mount Whitney, we started hiking at 1:00 or 2:00 AM to beat theEDIT: '2:00 am ' (abbreviation from latin, no caps).
> camp around 1:00 PM. The hottest time of the day.EDIT: 'around 1:00 pm, the hottest time '
> a bag, so I just lay on the pad. At about 10:00 PM I would pull theEDIT: '10:00 pm '
> relate some experiences of my brother-in-law's with these pads.EDIT: we would not normally allow third party experiences to be included. However, you can solve this by rewriting this
'relate some experiences I had with a similar pad I bought for my brother-in-law.'
> Overall I am very happy with this pad. I recommend them to anyoneEDIT: we run shy of recommendations. I am happy to let the bit about Dave's pad through, but could you remove the
> that asks my opinion.
recommendation sentence please. I think your enthusiastic comments will carry the message.