If we use this for camping, we will not have power available. Can you use a battery operated pump?
Aerobed Raised Double High Queen-size Air Bed
Enjoy a good night's sleep on this comfortable queen-size air bed from Aerobed. The double-high design and coil construction provide firmness and durability. This bed also inflates and deflates quickly with the flip of a switch on the built-in air pump.
ITEM#: 14534059Sleep comfortably with this queen-size air bed from AeroBed. A raised double high design finishes this air bed. Designed for occasional use, only.
- Brand: Aerobed
- Model: 2000009825
- Materials: Extra-heavy-duty PVC with coil construction on top and bottom to provide strength and firmness
- Dimensions: 78 inches long x 60 inches high x 18 inches wide
- Weight: 22 pounds
- Capacity: 600 pounds max
- Design: Classic double high
- Color options: Queen
- Adjustable: Hand held (Auto-on feature) for Pump
- Accessories: pumps, pillows: Powerful Electric 120 V AC Pump Combo; Pump is equipped with a 8.98 foot Power Cord
- Storage: Fast inflation and deflation of inflatable products with polyester Carry Bag included
- Safety: ETL/cETL Listed
- Care instructions: See product manual
This product does not include the built in air pump
|Manufacturer Warranty||1 year Limited Manufacturer|
|Mattress Type||Air Beds|
|Air Mattress Power Type||Power Cord|
|Mattress Material||Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC)|
|Pump Type||Electric Built-in Pump|
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This mattress is uncomfortable and appears cheap. I have purchased other brands in the past and was pleased, This mattress appears to be cheap and less durable than my past choices which cost less. I do not consider this a good deal. Do not recommend this brand.Read More
I have had multiple air matress and this is by far the best. Most air matresses deflate in the middle of the night and the Aerobed does not. The bed is expensive but worth it at the end.Read More
I never used this Air Bed because as soon as I ordered it, I thought to double check that it had a built-in pump. I returned to the webpage and saw conflicting information. One section wrote it had a built-in pump, another said it didn't. I called AeroBed to make sure. The rep informed me that this model did not have a built-in pump. I called Overstock to cancel my order, less than one hour after placing it online, and was told it was too late to cancel. Overstock also doesn't sell the separate, handheld Aero pump that should be used with this model. I have returned the bed, unused and unopened. One Overstock rep told me that "this time only" Overstock will cover the return shipment. Does that mean if I purchase another item that is misrepresented on the website, Overstock won't cover the return? Another Overstock rep was very understanding and said, "oh yes, I see what you mean, I will make sure the online error is fixed, and we will definitely cover the return shipping cost." In the end, nothing lost, except my time, and who has any of that to spare?Read More
Aerobed is the standard for quality when it comes to air mattresses. I purchased a queen sized model for my spare room and I couldn't be happier. There was a slight plastic odor upon removing the mattress from the box. I inflated the bed with the included pump to ensure there were no leaks and left it inflated to allow the odor to dissipate (which took about 24 hours in a well ventilated room. The mattress will hold inflation when not used indefinitely. With regular use the mattress will need to be re-inflated about once a week (I like the mattress firm). Inflation takes less than 5 minutes with the included pump.Read More
Very pleased with this purchase. This bed is easy to put up and is very comfortable. It works great for extra guests!Read More
Questions & Answers
Thank you for your question marian7401. Yes, you can use a battery operated pump as long as it has the adaptors with it. Please feel free to contact us again with any further questions.
what is the max weight for this bed?
The weight limit is 600 pounds.
Is Air pump included with mattress? Or is there one to purchase separately?
The mattress includes a powerful electric 120-volt AC pump combo that is equipped with a 8.98 foot power cord.
The air pump is included.
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