TESMAT Mattress GEN 4
Fits the new "Highland" Model 3
- Thicker 3" thick memory foam
- 1-piece design to prevent possibility of mattress pieces separating
- Smaller packed footprint with integrated magnetic compression straps that tighten for further compression
- Luxurious & incredibly comfortable Gel Memory Foam mattress
- Ultra-soft and zippered mattress covers are removable for easy washing
- The mat unfolds and unrolls to form a twin sized mattress (38'' x 75'' x 3'')
- Carrying Case dimensions are 26'' x 14.5'' x 11''
- Integrated hard planks extend the mattress past the edge of the folded rear seats for maximum sleeping area
- White vegan leather carrying case top matching your Tesla seat material
- Magnetic compression strap allows a 3 inch mattress to compress and fit in the sub-trunk
- Included TESMAT carrying case is designed to fit in the sub-trunk
- TESMAT carrying case is insulated and waterproof so that it can also be used as a cooler
What more could you ask for?
REASONS TO CAMP IN YOUR TESLA:
It will stay at the perfect pre-set temperature all night
It's safer than a tent and has its own security system and cameras
It has a fireplace, built in lights, music, and movies
Gaze at the stars though the glass roof
It's a fun adventure & makes road-trips more memorable
TESMAT pays itself off after a night or two saving hotel/motel fees
Very good quality. Well worth the money.
Fits perfectly in the Model 3. And it's flexible enough to fold backwards if you want to bring the back seats back up. ( Or to fold up if you want to access the sub trunk. ) Great stuff. Very happy with it.
I'll cover cost, convenience, and comfort:
COST: the Tesmat model 3 mattress costs about (maybe slightly more than) what a typical hotel room costs in California.
CONVENIENCE: Unlike a hotel room, I can reuse the Tesmat again and again. If I'm on a short trip, the ability to save $200 is a great thing, and will make it easier to afford more trips.
COMFORT: this is the one you've all been waiting for. It's certainly not $2000 premium memory gel masterpiece, but it kicks the crap out of the average inflatable, and it's comfortable enough for a big guy like me (6ft, 250lbs). A fun tip for taller guys: lay with your head facing the trunk, and you can kick your feet out through the front seats.
All in all, it's a no brainier to get this if you're going to take more than two overnight trips in your Tesla. And if you're really trying to min/max, you can park at a destination charger, pick up the privacy blockers for the windows, and camp while plugged in and slow charging. Wake up rested, charged, and ready to go. I may or may not have done this in Reno. :D
I just had my first sleep in the middle 3 on Tesmat. It was better than expected. I would not go to 5 stars mainly for few reasons - the quality of the bed could be better. The cover is my first choice. I am concern how it will handle wear and tear of the prolonged use. The firm inserts are too thin - could be better. But the design is great. The bag is also good however the straps were not attached to the loops nor there were no instructions on how to do it. I was able to figure out on my own. One negative is not on the matters but the privacy cover - too short. Needs more material in the front and back - I used it but it was my least favorite thing.
I’ve now spent three full nights in my Model 3 using the Tesmat and the fitted bedsheets. All in all, I am very happy with it! It’s easy and fast to set up and take down and I sleep surprisingly well on it! Although the mattress is not very thick it is relatively very comfortable! (It also can’t be too thick to remain portable and competitors are thinner). I also like how it fits the shape of the trunk (around the wheels and back) perfectly.
As far as I can see, there are only two downsides: the main one is that ordering from Norway, the total price (including mandatory priority international shipping and toll fees) ends up being quite hefty. A minor inconvenience is that the packed mattress in its case does fit in the subtrunk (2021 M3), but not 100%, that is, it makes the subtrunk cover not close 100%. This is no issue really once you have something in the trunk (which you will probably have).