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Double Air Bed Set £10.00 @ Asda

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7y, 10m agoFound 7 years, 10 months ago
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This amazing value double airbed comes complete with two pillows. It is ideal for a camping trips, festivals or even for overnight guests.
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#1
Nothing big but would i be correct in saying it has always been that price online... as it says it was sold at a higher price instore for 28days... so £15 instore and always 10 online?
#2
this is ok I guess but a quick google search turned up this

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Gelert-Double-Flock-Airbed/dp/B000W4EJNS/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&s=sports&qid=1232621879&sr=8-2

for £9.78.

Ok you get the pillows but it's not exactly a super hot deal, these seem to cost about £10.
#3
I bought one from tesco a few months ago for £15 and it was terrible, from the picture this one looks much better and cheaper so hot from me!
Also as a heads up a double value duvet was around £7 when I was in last week!
#4
Presumably at this price it needs to be inflated manually with a pump?

As opposed to the ones that have built in pump/automatic inflation?

Anybody used them? Ok for an overnight stay?
#5
I would hope this is better than the cheap one Tescos had. Bought it for a guest and it lasted about 1.5 hours before it started to get uncomfortable. After 2.5 hours it was useless. Took it back and they said a lot had come back!
#6
i bought one from Asda a while ago. Although it was £13 blue and no pillows. But that one was excellent! never deflated during the night......until my cat got it. :roll:

Think i'll get this one, as my recent one i got from Argos deflates during the night when any guests sleep on it.

voted hot :thumbsup:
#7
nikki_level27
i bought one from Asda a while ago. Although it was £13 blue and no pillows. But that one was excellent! never deflated during the night......until my cat got it. :roll:

Think i'll get this one, as my recent one i got from Argos deflates during the night when any guests sleep on it.

voted hot :thumbsup:


Yer but atleast ur guests get to fall asleep in confort what more can they ask for u gave them a roof and a bed for most of the night :p
#8
medic
Presumably at this price it needs to be inflated manually with a pump?

As opposed to the ones that have built in pump/automatic inflation?

Anybody used them? Ok for an overnight stay?


I've just brought one from Sainsbury instore for £9.97, this comes with the electric sidewinder pump, so that's a cracking deal.
#9
So, £10 online plus £5 postage - or £15 in store?

Surely one might as well pick this up with the weekly shopping?
#10
yeah thats true! im too good to them!
#11
These any good for..."ahem"?
#12
JustExtreme
These any good for..."ahem"?


Cough medicine is good for 'ahems'
#13
MunkiMadz
Cough medicine is good for 'ahems'


Quite right although I meant the other kind of "ahem"

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