Review of Ohuhu 0 Degree Sleeping Bag with a Carrying Bag













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Today we’re back outdoors, I reviewed a warm weather sleeping bag not long ago and I like it a lot, today I have a cold weather sleeping bag from the same company, Ohuhu. This bag is rated down to 0C or 32F as the temperature limit but the comfort rating is 41F and you should be fine in cold with this bag for sure. This sleeping bag is the mummy style which is meant to help keep you warmer on those cold nights as opposed to the traditional open ended style bags. The bag is waterproof and it’s very warm and well made overall, it does feature dual zippers and even a pocket inside for your cellphone or whatever. The bag is large and should easily accommodate tall people but it can be compressed down to a much more manageable and portable size of about 12×6 inches making it great for taking with you as it won’t take up much room at all. Read on to learn more..

Specifications and Features

 

Ohuhu 0 Degree Sleeping Bag with a Carrying Bag

Stay warm on those cool nights camping under the stars with this Ohuhu Mummy Sleeping Bag!
It’s light-weight and comes with a free carry bag, so don’t worry about carrying any bulky or lumpy blankets in your pack when you’re on the move. Going camping soon but don’t have your sleeping bag yet? This is the perfect solution for staying warm on cool outdoor nights. Get ready for your adventure, and order your Ohuhu Sleeping Bag today!

-Waterproof and comfortable – 320 D Nylon outer & 100% polyester inner filling.
-Folding Design (Folded Size: 6″ x 12″) makes your camping experience more easy and convenient.
-Temperature Limitation: 32F, Comfortable Temperature: 41F
-Potable and space-saving, easy to roll up into the carrying bag.
-This mummy sleeping bag measures 33″x87″, fits most people.

Specifications:
-Dimensions: (75 + 12) x 33 inch
-Package: 6.0 x 12.0 inch
-Shape: Mummy
-Outer: Nylon
-Liner: 210T/C
-Fill: 150g/m2 silk-like cotton
-Fill weight: 100g/m2
-Temperature Limitation: 32F
-Comfortable Temperature: 41F

Price: $49.99 (from Amazon at time of review)


The Review

 

Let’s start out with a video and then move on from there:

 

The Ohuhu sleeping bag comes with a compression sack so you can compress the bag down to a much more manageable and portable size.   The specs say it’s 12” x 6” when compressed and that’s close, I measured it and it’s about 13.5” x 7.5”, so it’s close enough. You can compress it more or less by using the straps and it all depends how good you are at stuffing it back in the bag. I’m amazed that such a large bag can be compressed down to such a small size. The bag has four compression straps and a locking drawstring at the top to keep it securely closed.

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The outer shell of the sleeping bag is made from 320d nylon which is waterproof and it’s something that’s commonly used for outdoors jackets and other things like that. The bag is blue and black in color, the top is blue and the bottom is black. The bag is the mummy style where it’s rounded at the top and your face basically sticks out of the hole. The bag is wider at the top and tapers towards the bottom where your feet are. Dimensions of the bag are 33” x 87” which is fairly large, I’m six feet tall so it fits me just fine.

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The opening has a locking drawstring so you can cinch it closed to keep the warmth in around your head and face.

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The zipper has dual pulls, inside and out and it features a very large and oversized bright red zipper closure.

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On the inside of the bag is a flap of cloth that goes over the zipper to keep it from touching you and to keep any elements out.

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There’s also zipper on the bottom as well so you can zip and unzip it from the bottom up or down, whatever the case may be. The top also has a velcro closure over the top of the zipper to keep it secure.

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No real complaints about the zipper except that it gets stuck sometimes when zipping it up from the outside. It zips fine if you use the inside zipper to zip it up or close the bag, but when using the outside zipper I noticed it gets stuck sometimes. Not that big of an issue I think as you’ll be zipping the bag from the inside anyway if you’re in it right?!  Unzipping is fine with the outside zipper though, it’s just zipping it up that it gets stuck sometimes, I guess it’s the angle.

 

On the inside you’ll find a nice large pocket that’s big enough for your cellphone, my large Samsung Galaxy S6 fits fine in there with room to spare. The pocket is secured closed with a velcro tab so your phone will stay inside and not fall out while you’re sleeping.

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The inside liner is very soft and silky and I have to say it’s very comfortable to sleep in or on. According to the specs it’s 210T/C or what’s more commonly known as Ripstop fabric and it’s soft, lightweight and durable.

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I’m six foot tall and I was more than comfortable in this bag, it fit me just fine with room to move, it’s not tight at all.

The inner fill or insulation is 150g/m2 spec and it’s polyester but it’s soft like cotton fluff. It does provide some padding but I would still want some kind of ground pad under me if I was going to be sleeping on the bare ground. You could use it without a pad if you had to, but personally I wouldn’t as it’s not that thick to provide enough cushion to sleep comfortably on.

As far as warmth, yes it does keep you warm. I have to say it hasn’t been down to 32F or 0C here yet, but it’s been down to the low 40sF and this bag has kept me very warm. I slept in it with just regular clothes, jeans, t-shirt and I was fine.  If you’re going to be outside  the freezing cold you’re going to have more clothes on that just jeans and a t-shirt surely so I can comfortably say that this bag will keep you warm down to 32F/0C with the winter clothes on.

I should note the comfortable rating is 41F and the temperature limit is 32F or 0C and think with extra clothing you’ll be fine.

When you’re done using the bag you can just stuff it back into the carrying bag, and I do mean stuff. Don’t worry about trying to fold it neatly or anything like that as it will just make life harder actually. Just take the bottom end and start stuffing it into the bag, just keep stuffing and pushing and you’ll get it in there in no time.

 

Conclusion

I like the Ohuhu 0 Degree sleeping bag a lot. I wasn’t sure about the mummy style as I’ve never used one but I’ve come to like it a lot.

The bag is very comfortable to sleep in and on and it does keep you very warm.

I love the compression sack as it enables you to really shrink the bag down to a very portable size so it’s easy to take with you hiking or camping and it’s lightweight.

I think the price is fine for this bag, it’s worth it for sure, I think most people will be very happy with it, I know I am.

 

Pros:
+Very warm
+Compact and lightweight when in bag
+Waterproof fabric

Cons:
-Zipper gets stuck sometimes
-Might want a sleeping pad under it depending on ground type

 

score-9-10 Recommended
 

GradingScores Out of 10
Overallscore-9-10
Design / Aestheticscore-9-10
Value / Pricescore-10-10
Performance / Usagescore-10-10

 

 
Disclosure: This product was given to us for review by the company for review purposes only, and is not considered by us as payment for the review.

 

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