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Tue Sep 16 00:00:00 MDT 2014legionette Rating:4.0
This bed is really nice and firm and i so mean firm. I fill it to the least firm yet it is still very hard. I release some air and unplug it to get it to be more comfy. So far it holds the air I leave in it. It is completely silent when it refills itself and is well made. I would prefer it to be a lot softer.
Sat Feb 09 00:00:00 MST 2013charriman1 Rating:4.0
Great price, inflated quickly and easily. Did not keep it plugged in all night so it did deflate a bit by morning. Still a little noisy to sleep on even with the flocked top. Very comfy!
Wed May 29 00:00:00 MDT 2013obie10 Rating:5.0
Get product. The bed is very comfortable and just what I was looking for the use for overnight guest. The built-in pump and raised bed is just what I was looking for.
Fri Sep 23 00:00:00 MDT 2011francisfromnh Rating:5.0
I spent a whole week on this mattress and it didn't deflate a single inch. My fat bf even joined me on it for an half hour. It probably supported at least 400 lbs without leaking, though I was nervous for those 30 minutes. It is very comfortable and I highly recommend it for anyone looking for a twin air mattress. Some may not like the pillow rest, but I had no problems with it.
Mon Dec 24 00:00:00 MST 2012jelainebuck Rating:1.0
the mattress is full size, not queen, so you apparently need to order a king size, if you want a queen.
Wed Nov 16 00:00:00 MST 2011imaqn1st Rating:4.0
The bed is comfortable when full of air, however I have to put air in it about every other day. Please advise what can be done to keep the fitted sheet on it.
Thu Oct 11 00:00:00 MDT 2012summersungrl Rating:5.0
Thinking about getting rid of my bed and sleeping on this full time because thats how comfortable it is. Have used it a few times when parents come to visit (they get my bed) and I almost feel guilty because this air mattress is so comfy. It's easy and quick to inflate (and deflate) and my California King Sheets fit great but I am sure reg. king sheets would work too. Doesn't lose air- slept on it for three nights and didn't have to re-inflate. Very happy with this bed.
Thu Oct 11 00:00:00 MDT 2012summersungrl Rating:5.0
This is my first airbed that I don't have to inflate myself. I LOVE IT. The flocking is soft, the mattress doesn't lose air overnight and my guests said it was just as comfortable as a regular bed. Easy and quick to inflate/deflate and the size was perfect. My full sheets fit perfectly too. Very happy with this purchase. Thanks O.co!
Wed Jul 25 00:00:00 MDT 2012kidsbed Rating:5.0
This bed was purchased for travel situations for our 12 year old daughter and 16 year old son to avoid extra "fees" and lost room space when using roll away beds at hotels. We have used about 4 different kinds of inflatable beds (all of the single mattress height) and have been frustrated by all of them. This is the first bed that has worked for us. It fills quickly as stated (the pump is electric, so you will need access to a plug-no battery backup). There is an accommodation for a manual pump which would significantly increase the fill time as it does require a large volume of air. It lost a small (consider the starting point as the mattress being hard to the touch versus the morning as being "not" hard to the touch but still full) bit of air but given our previous experiences, this amount was inconsequential. Our daughter is about 100 lbs, so there was not a great load on the bed, but she has still "fallen through" all the other single height mattresses. With the height of the bed, and its ability to hold air, it was very comfortable for her. The pump refilled the lost air in less than 4 seconds. It holds the stated sized fitted sheet well. If I had to sleep on it, I don't know if I would like the "Pillow Rest" feature or not, but it wasn't even an issue for my daughter. My son actually thought it was a bit hard for an air bed, but then amended his opinion to comfortable. I took this as a positive as most of the other air beds weren't acceptable for him (5'10" - 140lbs). The seal on the bed is very easy to use when releasing the air. So easy in fact that I wasn't sure it was going to seal tight enough to hold the air. No worries. A quarter turn of the circular dial and the air starts to release. Deflation time is accurate. It already paid for itself on a short family trip to the beach. I will be very happy on our long weekend for a family reunion, as I will be looking at it as saving me money every time we walk into the room. I still don't think I would use it as a permanent bed as it did have to be "reinflated" (for 4 seconds) every day, and there is bound to be some stretching and leaching of air over time, but I LOVE it for short trips and limited use while I don't get hit with extra charges at the hotels. I'd buy another one if I needed it!
Thu Feb 06 00:00:00 MST 2014101palmtree Rating:5.0
This mattress is so different than any other air mattress I have ever seen or used. I use this to sleep on as my regular bed. I have always used air mattresses as I find them more comfortable than spring mattresses. Also they are easy to transport. The material on this is so unique, it doesn't stretch at all and when it is inflated it is hard to even believe it is an air mattress. I switched to this one from my other mattress because they don't last quite as long and I thought this might give me a longer life span. So far so good. I am really impressed with the quality of this mattress, and again the material it is made from is something I have NEVER seen on any other air mattress.
Thu May 01 00:00:00 MDT 2014gapchmom Rating:4.0
I'm using as an inexpensive substitute for a mattress and box spring in our guest room in a bed frame with slats. It looks very nice with the bed made and is fairly comfortable. Inflates and deflates easily. I had to return the air bed originally because the on/off switch popped off. Overstock immediately sent a replacement air bed (didn't have to wait for them to receive the returned item) and the return process was easy. It was probably a fluke accident. The new one hasn't had any issues.
Sat Oct 29 00:00:00 MDT 2011flufflover Rating:5.0
I'm very happy with the bed so far, although it's only been used once. I intentionally chose an extra-high bed thinking of visits by my aging parents, and in fact when my Dad went upstairs to put their luggage in their room, he couldn't tell which room had the inflatable bed and which had the regular bed. My Mom slept on it and said it was very comfortable. (Dad had a cough and was relegated to the couch, so I can't say yet how well it accommodates two bodies). I took the advice of some reviewers and inflated the bed several days in advance; that gave the vinyl smell time to dissipate and allowed me to increase the air pressure several times until it stayed fully inflated -- I guess the vinyl needs a few days to stretch to its full size, so for the first few days it appears to lose air when it's actually just stretching out. It was very easy to inflate and deflate, and I had no problem folding it up and putting it back in its bag. And voila! I get a whole room back that doesn't need to be a guest room 365 days a year! So I'm very happy so far. My only concern was that several reviewers on various sites said their bed started leaking soon after they bought it and that the manufacturer was terrible to deal with. So I bought the bed on Overstock.com even though it was not the lowest price I found, because they offer a replacement plan. It only cost a few dollars and was well worth it for the peace of mind.
Thu Oct 06 00:00:00 MDT 2011tjkimber Rating:4.0
We use it every weekend at our cabin and rarely have to add any air. The inside pumb is quiet and I think not having to put a pumb in and out helps it stay full. This is the 3rd air mattress we have tried and so far the best.
Wed Jun 26 00:00:00 MDT 2013mright123 Rating:4.0
This bed is great for the price. I live in a converted den and need a good mattress that can be taken down easily and stored. This air bed fits the bill. Pros: Solid, sturdy construction Supports 600+ pounds. Comfortable Firm Easy inflate/deflate although it's not quite as quick as indicated. A few minutes both ways. Requires occasional reinflation with constant use. Cons: Not exactly memory foam. Thin foam liner but it does stay warmer when cold and colder when warm. Top can be laundered but it will never fit the same. Foam bunches after putting cover back on. Note: I suggest buying deep pocketed sheets. Sheets can be an awkward fit.
Fri Mar 04 00:00:00 MST 2011que79 Rating:5.0
Great bed, comfortable, pump is great, for firm inflate run pump 10-15 secs past when pump noise goes up showing being full, happy with item
Tue Apr 02 00:00:00 MDT 2013audiolex Rating:4.0
I slept 2 weeks straight on this mattress when my parents came to visit. They are elderly so I gave them my bed and bought this air mattress for myself and any potential future guests. The mattress was very comfortable. My partner shared the mattress with me for the second week, so it worked for two adults as well. I love that it's high. Once we put bed sheets and blankest on it it looked like a real bed, so it was pleasant to look at and comfortable to sleep in. I can't tell yet whether it will withstand more regular use, I haven't used beyond those 2 weeks, but so far no complaints! Gave it 4 stars because it was first shipped to a random wrong address in another state and it was a bit of an ordeal to get it to my house since it was close to Christmas time and UPS kept messing up (took 2 1/2 weeks to arrive).
Mon Jun 20 00:00:00 MDT 2011mocha4581 Rating:4.0
What a great blow up. My cousin was visiting and said it was the best sleep she's had in years. She had back injury a few years back and she was very surprised how great was for her back. She asked to borrow it, and I told her to get her own! I notice some air had escaped by the next day, but that is to be expected. It was still pretty full.
Wed Oct 15 00:00:00 MDT 2014LicoriceLover Rating:4.0
So far so good (just blew it up to make sure everything was in order). After looking at the bed all blown up, it seemed a bit smaller than what I was expecting. I compared it to my queen size bed in my room. It is about 4 inches less on width and about 2 inches in depth. My previous airbed was the full queen size (but leaked).
Thu Apr 25 00:00:00 MDT 2013caribaby Rating:2.0
This bed inflates so fast! It's very simple. Just plug it in and turn it on. Inflate full enough that you are able to sit on it. The headboard adds a real-bed look. However because of the headboard a fitted sheet will not work on the bed. I bought a queen sheet set and cut a rectangle out of the fitted sheet, bound it with seem binding and it works great. Fist perfectly. I would suggest inflating to about 80%, then putting on the fitted sheet, then inflate to desired firmness. Much easier to put on the modified bottom sheet before mattress is completely inflated. I would rate it excellent if you could use a normal fitted sheet with it.
Tue May 07 00:00:00 MDT 2013rainbowskye33 Rating:5.0
I LOVE my Serta Raised Twin-size Airbed with NeverFlat AC Pump. Delivery was prompt and very pleased to see it arrived packed in its own storage bag. It pumps to full size easily with a twist of a dial and takes only a few minutes. If it pumps extra air during the night, I never feel or hear it as the inner pump is very quiet. Thank you, Overstock for your excellent product and service. RainbowSkye33
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