Easy setup,
easy packing, easy travels.

Just the way you want it when you’re out and about.

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ZERO TROUBLE; 100 % EASY TRAVELS

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UNLEASH THE AIR PAD BEAST

#1 Unpack and release the safety band.

Unroll the LayOn air pad in front of you.

#2 Open up the front (top, head area) air intake chamber.

Make sure the inner air intake membrane is aligned, so the air will pass through.

#3 Blow into the front air intake chamber until it’s full of air.

Pump the air down your LayOn with your hands.

Keep blowing and pumping until your LayOn’s fully loaded with air.

#4 Stop when the last air chamber (bottom, leg area) is full of air.

#5 Press the front band firmly and fold it up until you reach the white folding line.

  • If you can’t reach the line, open up the slit and let some air out of the LayOn pad.
  • If you can fold the band over the line, this means that the front air chamber needs more air.
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#6 Clip the buckle downword

#7 Lay on your LayOn and relax, buddy, you’re all done. 🙂

DEFLATE THE TRAVEL MAT

Now, wait a minute, before you roll your eyes on account of the techy terminology … It’s not marketing fluff, we swear.  The truth is, we worked really hard designing the LayOn air pad to make sure it’s super comfy, easy to set up, pack, and carry.

FLYING SOLO

FLYING SOLO

#1 Release the safety band.

#2 Grab your LayOn air pad on both ends.

Make sure you don’t pull on the inner air intake membrane on the front/top/head area.

#3 Step onto the middle of your LayOn with both feet.

Hold and move each side apart from one another to let

the air out. Make sure you

don’t block the central and

side air ducts. 

#4 Gently stretch the LayOn out a little.

The inner air intake membrane will pop out by itself as the air releases (just push it back in before you pack it up).

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#5 Boom, your LayOn’s empty and ready to roll & pack. 🙂

#1 Release the safety band.

#2 Have your buddy hold one end of the LayOn (e.g. bottom feet area), while you hold onto the other (e.g. top head area).

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#3 Gently stretch the LayOn apart.

The inner air intake membrane will pop out by itself as the air releases (just push it back in before you pack it up).

Boom, your LayOn’s empty

and ready to roll and pack. 

🙂

PACK, STACK AND DON'T LOOK BACK

STANDARD TRAVEL BAG

#1 Place your empty LayOn on the ground so that you’re facing the bottom leg area.

#2 Roll up your LayOn (without folding the sides).

The safety band on the top head area needs to be facing outwards towards you.

Fold both sides of your LayOn (just as you would fold a t-shirt).

#3 Fold it in half and stack it into your travel bag.

The safety band on the top head area needs to be facing outwards towards you.

Fold both sides of your LayOn (just as you would fold a t-shirt).

#4 Close it up and, you’re good to go! 🙂

NECK-PILLOW POUCH

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#1 Place your empty LayOn on the ground so that you’re facing the bottom leg area.

  • The safety band on the top head area needs to be facing outwards towards you.
  • Roll up your LayOn (without folding the sides).
  • Open up the zipper on your neck-pillow pouch and stuff your LayOn inside it with the safety band facing you.

#2 Close it up, puff up, and take a little rest, buddy, you’re good to go! 🙂

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WANNA MAKE YOUR LAYON LAST?

The better you take care of your LayOn travel buddy, the longer it will keep taking care of you on your travels.
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CARE FOR YOUR LAYON

We recommend you clean your LayOn regularly with warm water or soap water.

Tougher stains require technical textile cleaning solutions (but don’t use aggressive cleaning solutions).. 

If you purchase the LayOn with the waterproof & antibacterial coating, a moist cloth is all you’ll ever need for cleaning.

 

Feel free to throw your neck pillow travel pouch into the washing machine at 40°C or 104°F.

 

Oh, and you should be able to fix any air pad damages on your LayOn with a standard repair kit, found in your local hardware or bike shops.

 

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AVOID EXPOSURE TO HEAT AND/OR SUNLIGHT

Exposure to temperatures above 45°C (113°F) or direct sunlight may damage the inner and outer coating of the LayOn air pad.

So, just do your best to avoid extreme heat and/or direct sunlight. 

It’s not just about keeping your LayOn safe … It’s also about taking care of your general well-being, buddy.

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AVOID SHARP OBJECTS

The LayOn air pad is resistant to pine needles, rocky surfaces, and even dog claws … We even tested running it over with a car. Nevertheless, we strongly suggest you keep cool and careful when you’re out and about.

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