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Easy Riser Queen Size Single Touch 25-inch Pillowtop Air Bed
Take along the comforts of home with this queen-sized remote control air bed. The mattress is raised 25 inches for a more restful sleep. An air pump is included, and a remote control allows you to adjust air pressure without leaving the comfort of bed.
ITEM#: 14714744The 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.
Sleep in absolute comfort on this pillow-top air bed from Air Cloud. This vinyl air bed is self inflating with a handheld remote control, allowing you to adjust the firmness with ease. When not in use, the remote control and power cord are tucked away in their own compartment. Also included is a duffel bag for easy storage and transport.
- Materials: Vinyl, plastic, and metal
- Weight limit: 650 pounds
- Air pump included
- Inflating time: Under 2 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: 76 1/2 inches x 57 1/2 inches x 25 inches high
When this item is shipped during cold weather it is recommended to let it warm up to room temperature for approximately 24 hours before inflating it. Immediately inflating an airbed that has been in the cold for an extended period of time may cause cracks and leaks.
|Manufacturer Warranty||90 day Limited Manufacturer|
|Material||Metal Plastic Vinyl|
|Mattress Type||Air Beds|
|Air Mattress Power Type||AC|
|Airbed Valve Type||Quick Deflating|
|Product Features||Self Inflating|
|Pump Type||Electric Built-in Pump|
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We purchased this bed for my elderly dad to stay on during the holidays because of its height- thinking it would easier for him to get in and out. The first night the bed lost air and he actually fell out of the bed. The second night we selected the auto feature that was suppose to auto inflate. Well, it did auto inflate several times during the night waking everyone in the house up and dad rolled out of the bed again. We gave up, put a mattress on the floor and returned the bed. Maybe good for children but not for an adult(s).Read More
Followed directions for inflating several times prior to use. First use was for 4 nights. Had to inflate during the night every night. Second use was for 1 night. Bed lost significant air during the night. Third use was for 2 nights and the same thing happened. Since we are over the 90 days warranty we must try to find the leak or toss away the *** and purchase a different air bed. Recommend you keep looking for another product!Read More
We had to add air two to three times in one night. There are no noticeable leaks. The paperwork that came with it said the material will "breath". It is quite frustrating.Read More
So far I have know complaints about this air mattress. It was bought for a friend so I won't know any thing to say about it until she tells me. I do know that she said it is a very comfortable place to fall asleep. When your tired it will do you good to sleep on a very good air mattress.Read More
Our new Pillow Top Air Bed was so easy to set up and also easy to deflate. Comes in really handy for overnight family or friends. Queens size is perfect for 2 adults.Read More
As advertised and comfortable .Read More
This product was easy to use. My guests appreciated how easy it was to put up and take down. They also said it was comfortable. It paid for itself in just one visit. And it's easy to store.,Read More
this is a great buy good value for the price.isleeping on air matressis like sleeping on a real bed i will buy theitem and recommend to family and friendRead More
Questions & Answers
Hello doylebecky, there is a cap on one of the longer ends. You would need to unscrew the cap and make sure the tab underneath is moved so that the air can flow out. Thank you for shopping with us!
i purchased the mattress but it will not inflate
Hello kahli1, thank you for your inquiry; you will be contacted by Customer Care.
is this mattress eligible for your Platinum Replacement Plan (2 Year) -
Thank you for contacting us hotrodnova383. Yes, you can purchase the Platinum Replacement Plan for an additional $ 7.99. Please let us know if you have any further questions.
What is the weight limit?
Thank you for shopping with us selimnotsew. This will hold up to 650 pounds. Have a great day.
How much does it weight? Does it have a storage bag?
This does not have a storage bag. This is 24 pounds.
Mine did come with a storage bag. Didn't note the weight. But 24 lb.sound right
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