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Coleman King-size 4D Pump Air Bed
Sleep comfortably wherever you go with this handy king-size air bed from Coleman. The 32-coil design ensures a supportive, stable surface, so you can wake up feeling rested and rejuvenated. The bed deflates quickly and rolls for easy storage.
ITEM#: 13191406Prepare for your camping trip with this Coleman air bed featuring an Airtight system that guarantees a leak-free inflatable bed. This king-size quickbed features 32 coils and can fit standard-sized sheets.
- Size: King
- Color: Light blue/brown
- Fits standard sheets
- 32 coils
- Design: Wrap n roll
- Pump: 4D
- Materials: Extra heavy-duty PVC with a soft suede top
- Inflated dimensions: 78 inches long x 75 inches wide x 5 inches high
- Weight: 12.02 pounds
- Model: 2000002853
All weights and dimensions are approximate.
|Manufacturer Warranty||1 year Manufacturer|
|Air Mattress Power Type||AC-DC|
|Airbed Valve Type||Standard|
|Mattress Material||Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) Suede|
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We ordered this and had it delivered to our relatives on the West Coast so that they wouldn't stress about where we would sleep. It arrived on time and was free of any defects. It was easy to use the pump. It may have lost a little air overnight but this didn't affect the comfort level. My husband is 6'5 and I'm 5'8 and we slept quite comfortably on the bed.Read More
I remember the time when I was a kid and used to be able to camp with just a 1/4" foam pad and a sleeping bag. I'm not very old now (26) but I tried to do that earlier this year and ended up miserable with a sore back and neck. My fiancee had the same issue. We wanted to get an air mattress before buying this but they all seemed so expensive for how few times we go camping. This one was both inexpensive and completely solved our issues with comfort at night! I can't speak to it's long term durability having only used it once, but one thing it says in the directions is that the first time it's used inflate it the whole way and then once pressure is on it for a bit it will SEEM like it lost a little air but it hasn't, this is the material stretching slightly with the first use, just top off the air with the pump again and it's good to go. I would definitely recommend this based on my experiences with it sofar.Read More
This king size mattress was true to size and was constructed of good material. I used it twice this past weekend and it was very useful. The great part about it is that the pump is battery opperated so if you forget to charge or it runs out of energy, no big deal! Just pop in some new batteries. This was part of the problem also, because it didn't have as much power as an electric chargeable pump. It took just a few minutes more to blow it up and it never felt like it was pumped up enough. The mattress never got really firm and by the morning it felt like I was almost touching the ground. In it's defense, my husband and I weigh a combined weight of about 450 lbs, so I'm sure that contributed to the deflation.Read More
can't understand why an airmattress would lose air during the night. used it for a five night camping trip. comfortable when full but actually had to re-fill in the middle of the night! i will be returning this product.Read More
I've only had this for about 2 weeks, but it has been slept on nightly since then without any leaks or issues. We inflate and deflate it each day and the process is relatively smooth and easy. The only real drawback that I've noticed is that the air pump seems like it could be of better quality, but for 2 weeks straight it's done the job. It should have a wall plug in option though instead of only running off batteries. The mattress material seems thick/sturdy as would be required for camping trips. My 3 y/o has taken to jumping on it, and I've stopped telling him not too since I'm not worried about it popping, stretching out of shape, or leaking as a result.Read More
We purchased this air bed for visiting family members. No complaints on the size, shape, quality or comfort of the bed. The pump that was included worked okay. This bed could use a little 'stronger' pump, however. The bed itself held up very well for the several days it was used and we did NOT have to add any more air after it was completely inflated.Read More
We love our air mattress. Our grandson stays with us on the weekends and we have gotten plenty of pleasure out of this mattress. I is high quality and very transportable.Read More
The nice thing about this item was the price and the fact that it came with a pump. it is VERY LOW TO THE GROUND. But all in all I'm glad I made the purchase.Read More
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We would not recommend anything over 400 pounds.
Does this have an electric pump to blow it up?
Yes this has an electric pump to blow it up.
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