The Down Comfort certainly is a comfortable 3-season down sleeping bag: the inner fabric feels good next to the skin and the outer fabric feels durable. Thanks to the taped baffle, the zip can be used without too much snagging, while there‘s also a good-sized Velcro pocket to keep items such as a watch handy. For the price, you get a very warm bag that is warmer than the manufacturer suggests. The zip is slightly offset too, so it is well above the floor to prevent cold spots. This will be a good bag for using when car camping due to its heavy weight and it will keep you warm and comfy for a good portion of the year, all without breaking the bank. But at a 1604g this is 652g heavier than the Rab Quantum, yet they both have very similar temperature values. So although the Quantum is also the most expensive bag in our test, you really do get what you pay for, while for £140 you will get you the most bulky and heavy bag in our test.
Outer fabric: 44D 322T nylon double
Inner fabric: 44D 310T Dupont
Insulation: 650g of 90/10 goose down 600 fill power
Construction: box wall with horizontal stitching
Packed size: 38x18cm
Made in: China
Stores in the UK: 6
Verdict: Perfect for throwing in the car for those camping weekends away, but weight and bulk are a drawback.