Aerobed Over Nighter (Inflatable Double with pump (inflates in 60 seconds)) £29.99 instore @ TJ Hughes (RRP £79.99) - HotUKDeals
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Tough & Durable.
Ensures a healthy sleeping posture.
Effortless inflation and deflation.
Anti roll technology.
Pump, valve and attached storage bag included.
Inflates in under 60 seconds.
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[mod]#1
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banned#2
you can get inflatable beds like this for a tenner from argos/tesco etc
[mod]#3
Mascherano
you can get inflatable beds like this for a tenner from argos/tesco etc


Thanks for the info Mascherano.

We would all be grateful if you could provide a link to the " Aerobed Over Nighter " for £10 at Argos and Tesco and etc. I have just had a look and am unable to find them.

Kind Regards
Andy
#4
Mascherano
you can get inflatable beds like this for a tenner from argos/tesco etc


You've obviously never slept on one of these then.

These are brilliant. Just used one for 3 days without needing waking up in the morning finding it flat. Comes with a built-in electric pump it self-inflates. They are superb quality.

Hot from me.
suspended#5
Out of stock on website
[mod]#6
bluebindy123
Out of stock on website


Thanks bluebindy.

I've edited that out of the description now.

Regards Andy
#7
This is ridiculously hot, mum just picked up the explorer one the other day. It's amazing, we were introduced by a friend in america quite a while ago. Defo worth the extra 20 quid cause it's 10x better than the 10 quid ones at argos so fast to inflate and deflate and good build quality too.

Again hot, thanks andy might go pick one up for myself! =D
#8
[FONT="Comic Sans MS"][SIZE="4"]This is the same one that Dunelm were selling earlier this year....and at the same price. A quality item. Bought 1 the last time round. Smokin Hot!! :-D....[/SIZE][/FONT]
#9
Very hot deal.

These are amazingly comfortable and can't be compared to the cheap ones you usually pick up. I got one of these when my GFs parents came to stay and was amazed at how good it was. I was happy at paying 60-70 quid.
#10
I thought that was a bit expensive for a PS2 eyetoy, then looked at the bigger picture....
[mod]#11
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Regards Andy
#12
Can I ask what size these are when folded?
#13
These beds are very good are far superior than the cheap rubbish that Argos sell.
I bought s similar branded one from Aldi on a weekend special for £25 12 months ago and have also have had no complaints at all from guests who have used it - infact they usually ask where I got it from because they want to buy one! The depth when inflated is about 30cm!
I have also seen them for sale in Costco for about £27.
Deflated (the pump deflates as well as inflates on mine), the bed fits conveniently into the travel bag that comes with the bed.
Definitely worth buying!!
#14
hot hot hot, parents paid 80 for this few months ago, great air bed for 30!!
#15
trouble is they leak after a while, the seams break
#16
out of stock..shame
#17
we had one of these but we used it every night and it burst after a month or 2.

should be okay to only use occasionally though.

good reduction in price!
[mod]#18
arsenal79place
out of stock..shame


Instore :thumbsup:
#19
I bought these few years back on shopping channel, at £97 well worth it,very comfy:thumbsup:
#20
Would this be any good for camping?
#21
Anyone know where to get a "Single" Pitchwell self inflating bed from....
No not at Pitchwell only has doubles...:-D
#22
Hot - is an excellent airbed, top quality. As said before much better than supermarket brands, inflate quickly and are really deep/thick, and do not deflate overnight. Bought one last week - still available instore at Dunelm Mill for £30 if you cannot get to TJ Hughes. Dozens left, double, single and some other size in the Stoke-on-Trent store.
#23
BigAde
Would this be any good for camping?


It should be fine - the only problem is that the pump provided needs to be plugged into the mains (I think). If you can get a chargable pump to fit it, or find a mains point in the wild that would be ideal. Or carry it inflated :o

Wouldn't particularly recommend it for festivals: no point wasting and destroying a £30 airbed. But I'm cheap!
#24
out of stock for the past hour :(
#25
bishibashi
It should be fine - the only problem is that the pump provided needs to be plugged into the mains (I think). If you can get a chargable pump to fit it, or find a mains point in the wild that would be ideal. Or carry it inflated :o

Wouldn't particularly recommend it for festivals: no point wasting and destroying a £30 airbed. But I'm cheap!


Thanks.
No 12V adapter provided then - guess I'd need an inverter. Anyone know what rating the pump is - I'm guessing only a couple of hundred Watts max.
[mod]#26
GreenEyes
out of stock for the past hour :(


Hi

It's instore only mate. Try phoning your local store to check if they have any in stock. :thumbsup:

Regards Andy
#27
BigAde
Thanks.
No 12V adapter provided then - guess I'd need an inverter. Anyone know what rating the pump is - I'm guessing only a couple of hundred Watts max.


Not sure about electrics terminology, but if its any help the pump comes with both the UK 3-prong plug and the european 2-prong plug for use. It says 230V ~ 50HZ, 0.5A on the pump.

Trouble is I have no idea if that covers your question on a 12V adapter or the pump rating :?

EDIT: yup, you would probably need an inverter as it only comes with the adapters mentioned above to fit the (male) euro power plug shown in the link here: Different plugs
not sure if you can get a 12V adapter for a euro power plug.
#28
bought one last july and its a very good air bed..
#29
Living in a realy quiet part of Wales, we don't have too many shops around that stock this kind of item. I'm looking to order something like this, or similar but online. Any suggestions?
[mod]#30
envymohinder
Living in a realy quiet part of Wales, we don't have too many shops around that stock this kind of item. I'm looking to order something like this, or similar but online. Any suggestions?


Contact TJ Hughes. It does say out of stock online, but they might be able to help
#31
Received a stock update from the online part. Just ordered myself one and there are 8 still available to order! Good find :-)
#32
only 5 left now, cheers andy :thumbsup:

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