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InstaBed Raised Queen-size Airbed with Never Flat Pump
Enjoy the comfort of home during camping trips, when you rest on this automatic air bed. The queen-sized inflatable mattress has an auto-engaging pump that senses when air is low and automatically pumps new air. A soft flocked top provides comfort.
ITEM#: 14714984This mattress features Never Flat™ technology that eliminates sagging and loss of air pressure. Once inflated a secondary pump continuously senses when it needs to silently engage in order to maintain the chosen comfort level.
- Auto-engaging, whisper quiet pump maintains pressure
- Plush, medium or firm comfort levels
- Automatic shut-off feature
- Clear dial settings
- Circular coils create comfortable sleeping surface
- Flocked top keeps bedding in place
- Carry bag included
- Materials: PVC
- Weight limit: N/A
- Air pump included: Yes
- Inflating time: 2 minutes, 45 seconds
- Deflating time: 3 minutes
- Controller: Internal pump
- Dimensions: 20 inches high x 60 inches wide x 78 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 puncture-resistant PVC material and lets it maintain its intended size and shape. Use and subsequent deflating of the mattress before this adjustment period is over should not be perceived as a leak.
|Manufacturer Warranty||1 year Manufacturer|
|Mattress Type||Air Beds|
|Air Mattress Power Type||AC Plug-in Power Cord|
|Airbed Valve Type||Quick Deflating|
|Mattress Material||Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC)|
|Product Features||Self Inflating|
|Pump Type||Electric Built-in Pump|
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Most inflatable beds are flimsy. I have owned a few others. Most get old fast,and start to loose air during the night This one looks and feels like a solid made bed. I just bought this one and am looking forward to having it a long time.Read More
Used this as an extra bed when we had visitors for a week. The couple who slept on it said it was very comfortable and held its air. Good height and easy to make.Read More
This air bed delivers as advertised. It inflated quickly and stayed inflated. The secondary pump is so quiet you do not hear it at all. The bed is very comfortable and offers 3 firmness levels. The deflating is timely, but does require some assistance to completely deflate. The bag is a generous size so storing is possible and easy.Read More
I just got this bed a short time ago, but inflated it right away to test it out. It inflated amazingly quickly and did not lose any air over the seven days that I kept it inflated. The never-flat motor is silent. I think you should let it air out for a day or two (inflated) to dissipate the plastic smell, but other than that it seems to be a fabulous product. I love that the motor is part of the bed and that there is a cord storage cup next to the motor.Read More
Inflates very quickly. Love the auto shutoff and second pump.Read More
This mattress was ordered mid November and sent to my sister as a house warming gift, when she moved into her new apartment. It sprung a leak within the first few weeks. Although insurance was purchased, it has been a hassle for her to deal with, during the holiday season, and so soon after receiving it. She has back problems and hasn't had a cushioned sleeping surface to sleep on during the cold winter climate as she awaits receiving its replacement.Read More
I bought this for when I go visit my daughter's who are in college and live in a very small apartment. Inflates and deflates very quickly. I sleep light and was concerned that the Never Flat motor would wake me up, but it didn't. It was very comfortable. It is quite heavy to carry.Read More
My wife ordered this bed because her brother and family were coming in town for Thanksgiving. We got it and plugged it in and it blew up so fast. We tested it out and it was awesome. It stayed firm unlike the other one we had where we just rolled to the middle of it. They stayed 8 nights and it was just as firm as it was the first day we plugged it in. It was nice not feeling like you're sleeping on the floor. They raved and raved how comfortable it was. It was definately worth every penny.Read More
Excellent quality. Very confortable, and the never flat pump works great! The color is the same as in the site. The description was fine, though there should be more information, including videos, images by customers and exact measures in centimeters.Read More
My husband was very pleased with this product. It met all his requirements. It doesn't lose air and the height was a pleasant surprise to him. Would recommend this product. Good price and qualityRead More
Questions & Answers
Hello kristyd5, No it doesn't have to plugged in and remain plugged in. The Insta-Bed Raised Air Bed with Never Flat? technology makes getting into and out of bed easier and just might be the most comfortable air bed you've ever slept on. Able to maintain it's pressure throughout the night, Never Flat? elimates sagging and loss of air pressure that is so common in airbeds. Never Flat? technology is an auto-engaging, whisper quiet pump that maintains constant air pressure throughout the night for an undisturbed, continuous night's rest that is never flat. Choose your desired comfort level--Plush, Medium, or Firm--and let the powerful Primary Pump inflate the bed. Once inflated, the Secondary Pump continusly monitors and senses when it needs to silently engage in order to maintain the chosen comfort level throughout the night. *The powerful, integrated primary pump enables effortless inflation and deflation of the air bed. *The automatic shut-off feature turns the Primary Pump once the bed is fully inflated or deflated, allowing you to turn on the pump and walk away without worrying about the pump getted burned out. *Clear dial settings for plush, medium, and firm allow for preferred personal mattress comfort levels. *Pressure sensing technology constantly monitors and adjusts to match the chosen mattress comfort level. *Pump silently, as neccessary, engages throughout the night creating a consistently comfortable feel. *21 circular coils on the Twin Bed and 35 circular coils on the Queen Bed create a comfortable sleeping surface while vertical and horizontal reinforcements allow bed to maintain shape. *Flocked top keeps bedding in place. *Carry bag included. Please let us know if you or your guest have any additional questions
Is there a weight limit?
Beds like this typically hold up to 500 pounds.
Does this have a remote?
This does not have a remote.
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