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Easy Riser 25-inch Queen-size Air Bed with Built-in Pillow
Create a comfortable place for guests with this Easy Riser air bed. This queen-size air bed is raised 25 inches off the floor, making it easy to get out of. It inflates in less than three minutes, turning your living room into a guestroom quickly.
ITEM#: 14714745The Easy Riser Queen Size Single Touch Air Bed combines the best-selling features of a raised air bed. The sleep surface is raised a full 25 inches off the ground so you avoid drafts and colder air.
- Materials: Vinyl, plastic, and metal
- Weight limit: 650 pounds
- Air pump included
- Inflating time: Under 3 minutes
- Deflating time: Less than 1 minute
- Remote control and power cord store right in their own on-board storage compartment
- 120V UL Approved AC air pump is hidden inside the bed
- Remote control inflate button
- Hand held wired remote control allows you to add air or release air
- Uses standard sized queen-size sheets
- Includes a lightweight duffle bag for easy storage and transportation
- All seams are electronically welded
- Dimensions: 79 inches x 58 inches x 25 inches high
|Manufacturer Warranty||90 day Limited Manufacturer|
|Mattress Type||Air Beds|
|Air Mattress Power Type||AC|
|Airbed Valve Type||Quick Deflating|
|Pump Type||Electric Built-in Pump|
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When I first bought this bed for my sister to use while in transition the bed was losing air from the outset. I contacted Overstock right away and they were immediately were on top of the situation. They sent a new bed before I returned the one my sister had. That's what I call great and awesome customer service. However since she has had to use it a little longer than she thought she'd have to the bed started to leak air again and this time it was not possible to resolve the bed issue. I still like Overstock and their ability to help. I won't give on them because they didn't give up on us. Thanks Overstock!Read More
The inflatable bed worked well...more than what I expected..Read More
The height of this bed(25") is the best on the market. The included pillow is also very nice. We inflate & deflate daily. Have had very few leakage problems in over a year of continual usage. Patches easily. Make sure to purchase the Easy Riser with Pillow. Has much improved quilt design on the top surface that minimizes possibility of failures/leaks.Read More
After we finally got it blown up to meet our needs, this bed is awesome. It is very comfortable to sleep in. It is even great for plus sized people. I highly recommend this to anyone who either needs a bed for company or just a bed for themselves. I think it would be perfect for someone on their own for the first time and needs a comfortable, in-expense bed.Read More
I really liked everything about this air mattress except the built-in pillow bolster. I got this model because I thought I would really like this feature, but it was uncomfortable without a pillow and pushed my neck into an awkwardly high position with a pillow. The mattress was easy to inflate and to adjust as far as how firm or soft it was. It was a great height off the floor and made it easy to get on and off of it. I suppose I could sleep at the opposite end and will try that next time.Read More
We bought this air bed to use on a stay with my wife's parents. Previously, we had tried to sleep on their daybed, but being larger people, that didn't work. So, we thought we would try an air mattress. We read multiple reviews, found some promising ones, only to find a weight limit. Then, we found this bed. It worked wonderfully. It inflated easily and quickly, and was set up in no time. Then, when we slept on it, we were amazed. It was really comfortable. Granted, we are used to a memory foam mattress that doesn't transfer movement, so that took some getting used to, but overall, we slept great. Each night, we would have to add air to the mattress, because it would lose some air each day. But that didn't bother us. At the end of the visit, we pulled the plug on the end, and down it went, ready for storage. The surprizing thing was that we realized that our expensive memory foam mattress was causing a lot of our back pain and inability to sleep. We slept so good on this cheap air mattress, then returned to our expensive memory foam, and felt tired and sore again. Guess we need to upgrade. One caveat: We bought a mattress pad for the bed, thinking that would help the comfort. It wouldn't stay on, as there is nothing for it to grab to. Sheets also didn't want to stay on, so each morning, we woke up with the fitted sheet popped on the top. But, that was the only issue the entire week we used it.Read More
Bought for lake house guest room and the queen size was perfect. Sheets fit perfectly and the guests said it was very comfortable. Main thing is it is regular bed height so it is not hard to get out of bed.Read More
I use an air mattress as a bed in my studio apartment. I have had different brands and have not had an issue with them in the past. I decided to try this brand from Overstock because it looked like it met all of my requirements.....high off the floor, soft covering on top, easy to inflate. Pricing was good as well. Unfortunately, this requires inflation after every use. There is a remote but since it requires an electrical outlet, it is not very convenient to use due to the location of the bed. I will make some adjustments with some extensions. Past experience with other models did not require inflation more than once every few months. When inflated, very comfortable. It actually deflats even without use. I was a way for a few days and had to inflate it again to use it.Read More
The bed has performed flawlessly through multiple inflations, and remained inflated through extended use. The pump inflates the bed quickly.Read More
It was easy to inflate and deflate. Comfortable for the granddaughters to sleep on while they were visiting us.Read More
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I forgot to ask what is the weight of this air bed?
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What is the weight/thickness of the vinyl? Does it come with a patch kit?
It's rather heavy, but served us very well when we had guests. The granddaughters loved it! I don't remember seeing a "patch kit".
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