Author Topic: EN 13537 and EN 23537?  (Read 449 times)

jorol

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EN 13537 and EN 23537?
« on: 08:27:05, 22/05/18 »
What are differences between EN 13537 and EN 23537?
Both are in a similar temperature range, while the new one is labeled "EN 23537". I can't see too much difference so far, except the new bag is much lighter but spend less.

Percy

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Re: EN 13537 and EN 23537?
« Reply #1 on: 08:31:16, 22/05/18 »
You can fit more spam in the new bag.

beefy

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Re: EN 13537 and EN 23537?
« Reply #2 on: 10:52:29, 22/05/18 »
You can fit more spam in the new bag.
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Strider

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Re: EN 13537 and EN 23537?
« Reply #3 on: 11:45:36, 22/05/18 »
Wikipedia:

EN 13537 (or EN13537) is a European standard designed to standardize the temperature ratings on sleeping bags manufactured and/or sold in Europe. As of January 1, 2005 a CEN criterion came into effect covering the testing and publication of temperature ratings for sleeping bags. The new criterion differs from the standards that existed formerly. In 2016 this standard was superseded by ISO EN 23537:2016.

So, probably not much.
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