I adapted one size to another (Exped to Thermarest) by softening a piece of clear plastic tube in hot water . See if something like that works for you. Otherwise you can do something like this lunatic in this video :
Post by runrideclimb on Apr 21, 2022 9:46:27 GMT -8
Thank you for the suggestions. I find it kind of crazy that in this day and age when we are all looking to save weight, they can not seem to incorporate the pump sack into the stuff sack, making it dual purpose. I say shame on NEMO and others for their short sightedness. It's a little frustrating.
Don't know anything about them. They may take your money then tell you they will ship when they come back in stock for all I know.
Looking at the bag and with some comments agreeing it seems like all it it is a pump bag. Can't double as a stuff sack.
EDIT: The Nemo Vortex is two ounces. That mini electric pump is 2.8 oz. If one of the adapters fit my pad well I would likely go with that. In one of the videos on it the guy was using it to blow on his campfire to help get it started. Could be good in an emergency.
Another benefit of an inflation bag (I use a small Neo Air pumpsack, which I believe is no longer made) is that I can rig the webbing straps from my quilt attachment kit to turn it into a serviceable summit pack. I've used it to carry flyfishing gear, food, and raingear for day trips from back country basecamps. So, for me, the pumpsack often does triple duty.
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