what is the actual heighth when fully inflated? (all it states in height section in the product details is "raised")
Airtek Deluxe Comfort Coil King-size Raised Pillowtop Air Bed
This king-size pillowtop air bed from Airtek is perfect for camping or overnight guests. The air bed features a comfort controller that allows you to control the firmness of the bed, and has a built-in air pump, making it easy to inflate.
ITEM#: 14629989This Airtek Deluxe King Raised Pillowtop Comfort Coil Air Bed comes with a built in air pump and is great for overnight guests or for camping in comfort. A comfort controller allows you to control the firmness and supports up to 600 pounds. Definitely a step up from the traditional air mattress, this air bed sets up in less than a minute, so it is simple and easy to use. A repair kit is included, so you can quickly fix rips or tears, and the bed comes with a lightweight duffel that lets you store it away or take it with you with ease.
- Materials: Side and bottom pvc 0.4 mm, flocked 0.6 mm
- 130 Comfort Coils for added support
- Comfort controller allows you to adjust the firmness of the bed
- Patented Giga valve deflates the bed in less than a minute
- Includes: One (1) repair kit, instruction manual, lightweight duffel bag for storage
- Supports up to 600 pounds
- Integrated pump
- Dimensions: 82 inches long x 71 inches wide x 26 inches deep
|Manufacturer Warranty||30 day Limited Manufacturer|
|Material||Synthetic Fiber Vinyl|
|Mattress Type||Air Beds|
|Bed Style||Air Bed|
|Air Mattress Power Type||AC Plug-in Power Cord|
|Airbed Valve Type||Quick Deflating|
|Mattress Material||Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) Vinyl|
|Product Features||Self Inflating|
|Pump Type||Electric Built-in Pump|
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Nice big mattress. Feels like a good bed when resting. Lots of air to fill it up; that's the King size mattress. Only one thing; the carrying bag that came with the mattress should be more sturdy. It ripped on side when replacing mattress back in bag.Read More
Bought this air bed to accomodate last minute Thanksgiving guests, and was afraid it would be a poor substitute for a real bed. But my sister (who has back issues) and her husband said it was extremely comfortable. They own a bed and breakfast, and are planning to purchase a few of these to have on hand for spare beds. This bed is easy and quick to inflate and adjust, and it held air well, with only minor pump ups every other day or so. King size sheets were a little loose on it, and I did usean extra thick mattress pad for additional comfort, but all in all a great buy. Also, it was nearly $XXX dollars cheaper than I saw at XXXX.Read More
I had a need to provide a temporary king-sized bed in a spare room to my guests and I couldn't justify investing in a "real" king-sized bed for this purpose. So, I ordered this great king-sized blow up style air bed to use for my guests. I've had 3 different people sleep on it to date & they all have confirmed that it's exceptionally comfortable. It holds the air well, is very easy to setup & take down. It is definitely a "real" king-sized bed: I measured it against my regular king-sized bed in the master bedroom: they have identical measurements. My older guests who have some mobility limitations especially appreciate that it sits up so high: they can easily move over to the edge and get up without assistance. I'd highly recommend this great bed to anyone who's looking for a king-sized temporary bedding solution: it's easy to setup, it is very comfortable & it's easy to take down/store until its next use.Read More
first one I got had a leak so I contacted customer service and another one was sent out promptly. I will be backRead More
this makes a good extra bed. i had to sleep on it for a week. not as comfortable as a regular mattress but i was able to sleep alright. it plugs in to blow up which is great. i did have to add air every few days.Read More
the bed was very comfortable when it was aired up, just didnt last long. we were using in an apt while our furniture was in storage. The first time, it lasted about 2 weeks before it started loosing significant air. We contacted the place we purchased from (Overstock.com) & they sent a prepaid label to return mattress for an exchange which we received very timely. The 2nd air mattress lasted about 3 weeks, developed a hole in a seam about thumb width. we covered that with the included patch kit only to have it immediately spring a leak to the side. We had purchased the extended warranty (don't know if that made a difference or not) & are again sending the bed back. This time we requested a refund on our money which we were told we will receive. I would give Overstock 5 stars - their customer service is the best I have ever ran across. This bed when working, was 5 stars, but I have to give it a '1' due to the length of time it lasted.Read More
1. SIZE: This bed should be promoted as a California King, not a king. Cal King bedding will fit perfectly, and I was pleased to get this size bed. The height is same as a real bed. 2. PUMP is as loud as a vacuum cleaner, and has an underlying high pitched screech. Sounds like it won't last long. 3. COMFORT: If it would stay inflated, it would be very comfortable. The materials seem durable. 4. INSTRUCTIONS: Instructions are minimal and not entirely clear. The "Inflate" and "Close" positions appear to be the same spot. The pump control and the manual deflate valve are at opposite ends of the unit, and the latter is not shown in the illustrations. 5. THE HOLE: The one I received has an open cylindrical depression 2-1/4" in diameter, 3" deep in the vinyl wall to the left of the pump control. It is not shown in the instructions and does not appear in the on-line photos. Its purpose is a mystery. 6. NOISE: When you get up, the air displaced by your weight returns to its original space, and the vinyl walls creak with the adjustment. MY EXPERIENCE: This bed was purchased for temporary use during a remodeling project. I inflated and deflated it once before intlating it for use. The first two nights it lost considerable firmness, and had to be pumped up morning and evening. I was considering returning it, but the third night it held up much better. Possibly the vinyl needed to stretch, like a new pair of shoes. After a few good nights, it has started to collapse again, worse than before. I awoke in a pit, and am done with this bed. My cheap old non-raised twin air bed is more comfortable and reliable. The Airtek king was a waste of money.Read More
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Hello djake12, When inflated, it is 26 inches tall.Thanks for shopping with us!
actually will vary depending on how firm you want it. I would say Mine is about 84" cuz I like it really firm
When this is deflated would it fit into a hide-a-bed that is 71"Lx64"Wx4"Deep?
Thank you for your inquiry. Once deflated size is approximately 18-20? x 15-16? x 13?14? (30lbs) when rolled up to be stored. With these measurements in mind I do think it will fit.
What are the fully-inflated bed dimensions? Height, width, & length?
The full inflated dimensions are 82 inches long x 71 inches wide x 26 inches deep.
How long does it take to inflate? How big is it when ready to store?
Depending on customers preference of firmness or softness inflation times vary from 3 to 4 minutes. Once deflated, size is approximately 18 to 20 inches x 15 to 16 inches x 13 to 14 inches when rolled up to be stored.
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