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Street Price: $80
Pros: Very comfortable, memmory foam insert, durable bottom extends pad life.
Cons: Microfiber top attracts dirt.
Best Uses: Car camping.
The DreamTime Comfort Cover has been replaced by the Therm-a-rest NeoAir Dream.
Check out our complete Camping Mattress Review to see all of the car camping mattresses we've reviewed or read on to hear our take on the discontinued DreamTime.
The Therm-a-Rest DreamTime Comfort Cover turns your ultralight multi-day sleeping pad into a luxuriously comfortable car camping pad. The Comfort Cover consists of two parts: a one-inch memory foam insert and a removable, washable cover that has a durable ripstop bottom and an ultra-soft microfiber top. This makes your sleeping pad surface level and comfortable. The DreamTime Comfort Cover may be the most comfortable $80 you've ever spent.
We much prefer the Comfort Cover to the Nemo Pillowtop because it's more comfortable, more durable, and easier to put on and take off.
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OutdoorGearLab Editors' Hands-on Review
The DreamTime Comfort Cover takes the best part of our top rated car camping mattress, the Therm-a-Rest DreamTime, and let's you insert your own sleeping pad. The Comfort Cover consists of two parts: a one-inch thick piece of memory foam and cover with a durable nylon bottom and ultra soft microfiber top. Choose from either Regular (20 x 72 in.), Large (25 x 77 in.), or XL (30 x 77 in.).
In many ways the DreamTime Comfort Cover is the best value in sleeping pad accessories – $80 turns your multi-day sleeping pad into a luxurious car camping pad!
As with the DreamTime mattress, our only complaint lies with the microfiber top, which tends to attract dirt. It's remarkably soft on your skin, but also gets dirty just like any bed sheet would.
— Chris McNamara and Max Neale
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Most recent review: February 8, 2012
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