Seems like solid quality, and is perfectly sized. There are 2 problems with this floating mattress: 1. The blue fabric that you see on the picture is a actually a cover that wraps around the inflated mattress. The problem is that you get some water between the blue cover and the inflated mattress over time that makes the inflatable mattress heavy. 2. The air vent is constructed is such a way that it is really difficult to inflate the mattress with an air pump by yourself. Thus inflating the mattress is a 2 man job.
As other have said, it is a good sturdy float and lives up to most of the qualities it advertises. The only problem is it really does not hold up a normal size person from being at least, a bit in the water. I would say, if you don't mind being in 1 inch or more, it is great. If not, just buy the cheap inflatable ones that you get each year for $$ and that way you stay out of the water. I bought 2 of these quality ones and need to stack them to stay out of the water on cool water days.
I use this pump to partially inflate the pontoons on my inflatable boat. This pump is very fast and brings the pontoons up to about 1 psi very quickly. I then switch to a true high pressure pump to finish off the chambers with 3 psi. This pump has enabled me to cut my inflation time in half. Great for float tubes also.
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