If you're referring to my post about the Welodorir cot, note that I said in my post that I tried to include a link but it didn't work. I'll try a Bitly link: https://amzn.to/3I0yIngIf you are mentioning a product that may be unfamiliar to some, put in a link.
My personal answer to your question is a firm no, especially if you're older and need cushioning for your hip and shoulder joints, or if you're on the heavy side. The combination of a good mattress and a good cot will double your comfort compared to either one alone, in my opinion.Help me understand cots. Do any/all of the ones provide adequate side-sleeping comfort without a pad (foam, ThermaRest, air mattress)? I’m intrigued, but probably haven’t used one since kindergarten, and I’m hesitant to pack both a cot and mattress. When I travel solo I use an Exped air mattress; with my wife we use a pair of large ThermaRests which are pretty bulky. On the other hand getting off the ground and not dealing with inflating and especially deflating, sound good to me.
Roll a cot here also with an Exped mega mat on top. So comfortable I wake up every morning in a puddle of drool.I haven't spent much time in it yet, but I recently got a Roll-a-cot.
It's the most comfortable cot I've used, it has a bit of tension adjustment to make it firmer/flatter or have more side to side sag too if you want.
The model I ordered has a sleeve for a pad as well.
I also ordered a custom mattress for mine from The Foam Factory for a goofy winter camping project I'm working on.
Is the Stretcher built for outdoor use? I want a cot for naps outside on the patio...The Oztent stretcher cot is the best cot I have slept on. I bought them from a forum member almost 5 years ago. The quality is excellent and they should last me for many more years. I also have the bunk bed disco cot posted above. It's a good cot too.