Is the pump dual voltage?
Beautyrest Luxury Aire Express Queen-size Air Bed
This large queen-size air bed is ideal for anyone who has guests spend the night frequently. The bed can easily be blown up within a matter of minutes and then deflated and stored when not in use. It comes with a pump to make inflation easy.
ITEM#: 13864649This Simmons Beautyrest Luxury Aire 15-inch air bed includes hands-free electric express pump that inflates and deflates in seconds. Adjust from firm to plush with one touch control. The plush flocked top provides a luxurious sleep surface and prevents sheets from slipping.
- Features a no-flip stabilizing base
- Materials: PVC, flocked top
- Weight limit: 750 pounds
- Air pump included: Yes
- Controller: Hands-free electric pump
- Dimensions: 15 inches high x 60 inches wide x 80 inches long
Before using this product it is necessary to inflate it several times in the first week. This process allows for the natural expansion of the PVC material and lets it maintain its intended size and shape.
|Mattress Type||Air Beds|
|Bed Style||Air Bed|
|Air Mattress Power Type||Plug-in|
|Mattress Material||Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC)|
|Product Features||Self Inflating|
|Pump Type||Electric Built-in Pump|
|Manufacturer Warranty||1 year Manufacturer|
|Materials||Vinyl with flocked top|
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I bought this and sent it to my sister's home in California to use in Dec 2010 & March 2011 and it worked great and it was so comfortable. My brother-in-law blew it up, easily. Put some covers on it & I was dreaming in no time. I love this mattress. 12/2010 used it for close to two weeks and never lost air and in March 2011 7-10 days same. I've had other mattresses that lost air in the night and I have slept on other mattress that were not mine and they did the same. I love that this one is high off the ground too! I would highly recommend this Air Mattress.Read More
Needed a bed to serve in the interim before getting a new mattress. This has worked great so far. Slept two people with no problem. Easy to inflate. Not as high off the ground as the picture makes it seem, but still a great product. Would definitely recommend.Read More
Haven't had anyone sleep on it yet but did inflate it to see how easy it was. Went up very quickly and was able to deflate within minutes. Hope it is comfortable....Read More
Ordered this product for visiting quests and they were very pleased. The bed held two tall adults (6'), approximately 175-215 lbs each. They slept comfortably and there were no issues with the bed loosing air or deflating over a 3 day period.Read More
I was looking for an Air bed so when my daughter had extra friends over they would have somewhere to sleep besides the floor. I have be so please with the quality and comfort of this air bed. It has a air pump with it that inflates and deflates the mattress. My daughter's friends talk about how comfortable the bed sleeps. It is a great buy compared to other air beds on the market!Read More
I needed to have a place to sleep - staying in a small apartment while house-hunting - and I did not want to pull my good furniture out of storage. The Beautyrest Luxury Aire sounded like just what I needed, not easy since I have a bad back. When it arrived, I had it up and ready within 15 minutes. Wow! It's not a TemperPedic but I sleep well and it is stable too. The design is great! I couldn't be happier with my purchase!Read More
Questions & Answers
This is not a dual-voltage pump, just a standard pump.
How much does the item weigh?
When rolled up in the case it weighs 16/18lbs.
Is this made in the USA?
No, this was made in China.
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