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A lightweight and portable bed that's perfect for when you have extra guests.

Queen-sized mattress, raised 42cm from the floor for convenience
Waterproof, flocked top
Built-in pump with plug connection to mains electricity
Inflation time approx. 4 minutes
Deflates completely for travel and storage
Available in Beige or Anthracite
Includes Carry Bag
Inflated size 152 x 203 x 47cm

Looks very like the Intex air bed on Amazon (link below) with overall good reviews
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#2
do Aldi offer a guarantee with this?
#3
Is it the intex one or not?? The video on the aldi link shows it is???
#4
The built in pump is a bit of a miss leading idea as it has to be plugged into mains to be used (not something you usually have the luxury off whilst camping...) and let's face it you normally only use these for camping. Still a good price so heat added
#5
Hello ran
Can confirm there is a 3 yr warranty by aldi

Is it intex or not? Will have a look at the box tomorrow and let you know!
#6
Tarry the aldi picture shows it as intex brand
#7
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Io07
Tarry the aldi picture shows it as intex brand
yeah that's y I was asking, they can't advertise it as intex & it 2 b something different so got 2 b intex! Good find m8
#8
Good price.
1 Like #9
There's more than enough pumps in my bed already. oO
1 Like #10
Have had several of these (kept returning them)

Its very rare than I do not wake up lying on the floor where its deflated.

Given up on them now - something like a thermarest is a much better nights sleep.
#11
When the In laws stay I usually just get the bed of nails out ;)
#12
Paid less than £30 from Amazon for the same thing. Yeah yeah yeah time machine n all that but if you're not in a rush for one I'm pretty sure the price will reappear soon enough.


Really comfy too btw.
#13
da_murphster
Have had several of these (kept returning them)

Its very rare than I do not wake up lying on the floor where its deflated.

Given up on them now - something like a thermarest is a much better nights sleep.
You must be very unlucky as I have both the single and double version of this and neither have been a problem.
#14
thats a bargain
#15
They don't last long.
#16
da_murphster
Have had several of these (kept returning them)

Its very rare than I do not wake up lying on the floor where its deflated.

Given up on them now - something like a thermarest is a much better nights sleep.

Same problem.
#17
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da_murphster
Have had several of these (kept returning them)

Its very rare than I do not wake up lying on the floor where its deflated.

Given up on them now - something like a thermarest is a much better nights sleep.


Sam here too. They seem to have issues keeping a seal around the pump so deflate slowly as you sleep. Better to get a basic one and a separate pump IMO
#18
False economy really. If you buy an airbed that big you need one that separates each side so that movement of your partner doesn't wake you up.
#19
Anyone know if these are in Scottish stores? Aldi had these last year, but for some reason they weren't in Scotland :(
banned#20
da_murphster
Have had several of these (kept returning them)
Its very rare than I do not wake up lying on the floor where its deflated.
Given up on them now - something like a thermarest is a much better nights sleep.

Are you a big old unit who surpasses the maximum load limit?
#21
Mine deflates too, plus it leaves a strong plastic smell in the room, and that's still after years of owning it. Having said that, I have the one where the pump is separate, and attaches to the bed.
#22
aleem
Mine deflates too, plus it leaves a strong plastic smell in the room, and that's still after years of owning it. Having said that, I have the one where the pump is separate, and attaches to the bed.

So a totally different bed then?!
#23
Just a warning that Aldi won't honour any warranty without a fight. I had an electrical item break within 2 weeks, had to make a written complaint to head office before it was sorted. It's easier to use Amazon where their customer service is high quality with no messing around.
#24
I like the besdide table standing next to airbed i makes you feel like i normal bed LOL
#25
blun
Just a warning that Aldi won't honour any warranty without a fight. I had an electrical item break within 2 weeks, had to make a written complaint to head office before it was sorted. It's easier to use Amazon where their customer service is high quality with no messing around.
Strange, they have a 45 days no quibble returns policy that I used (and abused) plenty of times.
Never ever had any issues.
#26
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Io07
Hello ran
Can confirm there is a 3 yr warranty by aldi

Is it intex or not? Will have a look at the box tomorrow and let you know!
is it not with manufacturer not Aldi so expect bit hassle
banned#27
shineyads
aleem
Mine deflates too, plus it leaves a strong plastic smell in the room, and that's still after years of owning it. Having said that, I have the one where the pump is separate, and attaches to the bed.
So a totally different bed then?!

I think he's talking about his blow up dolly.....
#28
wipeout1319
The built in pump is a bit of a miss leading idea as it has to be plugged into mains to be used (not something you usually have the luxury off whilst camping...) and let's face it you normally only use these for camping. Still a good price so heat added
This Amazon customer review says "It can operate on batteries or by a mains plug that neatly tucks away inside the device."
#29
I have the same one which I bought from Aldi for the same price last year. I think it's pretty good for the price as I always get a good nights sleep on it and have never had any issues with it deflating etc.
#30
The queen is tiny I'm 6' 3"

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