Manual - Air Beds
Mon Sep 10 00:00:00 MDT 2012maf2593 Rating:5.0
I sleep on this every night and it is very comfortable. I like that it is very portable and the height is a great luxury. It feels like a real bed. The height makes it very convenient since I like to use a night stand and it looks good in my room. It pumps up very quick and doesn't require batteries or manual labor. Also, when deflating it, it really gets all of the air out so you can easily fold it up. The only cons are the loudness of the pump (little quieter than a vaccum) and I have to inflate it every couple days for a few seconds (but I sleep on it every day). Oh yea, it also doesn't make the squeaky rubbery sounds when you toss and turn. Great product at an unbelievable price.
Sat Nov 10 00:00:00 MST 2012fjord Rating:4.0
I bought this bed for use in Australia and overall I am very hapy with it. As I was quoted rates in Australian dollars through an Australian service, I would have liked to have been warned that the pump on the bed was rated for American electrical setups only (lower voltage than Internationally). I will need to get an Australian external air pump for the bed as I did not spot this detail when I read the instruction manual either. I am not versed in voltages and the wording mentioned normal wall socket, so I plugged it in. The bed inflated wonderfully, but that was the end of the pump for me. This does not detract from the comfort of the bed though, although it reduces some of the immediate functionality.
Thu May 19 00:00:00 MDT 2011megryanmum Rating:5.0
The airbed is a good one, and has a built-in pump that works really well! You can also pump it up manually if you don't have electricity, but if you're using it as a guest bed or in a situation where you have power, it's great. I haven't got the hang of deflating it entirely yet, but will get better with practice. Overstock always amazes me with their service. It was here almost before I finished ordering it! Thanks.
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!
Extra furniture like air beds can really come in handy when unexpected guests arrive. Having extra air beds on hand is a smart move for any homeowner. They don't have to be just for guests; you can use them yourself when camping or moving. Air mattresses are convenient and easy to use, and taking care of them is straightforward and simple. Keep reading below for answers to frequently asked questions about air beds. Questions about Air Beds: How do I fill up air beds? The days of filling up air beds manually are long gone. Today, most air beds come with manually operated or electric air bed pumps. Read More
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