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Premium Queen Size Double Air Bed with a Built-in Electric Pump and Pillow £41.99 Sold by The Body Source and Fulfilled by Amazon

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Deal of the day Amazon Integrated easy-to-use electric pump for full Inflation and firmness in 3 minutes Built-in raised pillow provides head and neck support with bed-like comfort for a g… Read More
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Deal of the day Amazon

Integrated easy-to-use electric pump for full Inflation and firmness in 3 minutes
Built-in raised pillow provides head and neck support with bed-like comfort for a great night's sleep
Blow up bed fitted with 35 structured air-coils for maximum support and durability
Extra thick, hard wearing and waterproof flocked top layer has been designed with a multilayer, 15 gauge puncture-resistant material
Large queen size airbed with inflated dimensions of 152 x 203 x 48cm. Puncture repair kit included and CE Approved
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#1
I tried one of these last summer and was surprised that it was quite comfy but be warned they are really cold and even on a summers night I was freezing in bed because you are sleeping on 2ft of cold air underneath.


Edited By: paulandpam1 on Jan 16, 2017 09:54
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Are these anywhere as stable as normal mattresses? We need a few spare mattresses but don't have the space!
#3
Gollywood
Are these anywhere as stable as normal mattresses? We need a few spare mattresses but don't have the space!
Considering they're inflatable they are surprisingly stable and actually quite comfortable, My wife weighs 9 stone and I'm 6ft 4" weighing 18 stone and I was surprised there was very little roll together.
If you read my other comment I was not impressed because it was so damn cold and after the first night it lost some pressure so we ended up returning it to Costco were we bought it from.
Also it's not just a mattress it's a proper inflatable raised bed with a height of about 2ft.


Edited By: paulandpam1 on Jan 16, 2017 14:58
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paulandpam1
Gollywood
Are these anywhere as stable as normal mattresses? We need a few spare mattresses but don't have the space!
Considering they're inflatable they are surprisingly stable and actually quite comfortable, My wife weighs 9 stone and I'm 6ft 4" weighing 18 stone and I was surprised there was very little roll together.
If you read my other comment I was not impressed because it was so damn cold and after the first night it lost some pressure so we ended up returning it to Costco were we bought it from.
Also it's not just a mattress it's a proper inflatable raised bed with a height of about 2ft.



When you talk about cold air, was it used outdoors?
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Gollywood
paulandpam1
Gollywood
Are these anywhere as stable as normal mattresses? We need a few spare mattresses but don't have the space!
Considering they're inflatable they are surprisingly stable and actually quite comfortable, My wife weighs 9 stone and I'm 6ft 4" weighing 18 stone and I was surprised there was very little roll together.
If you read my other comment I was not impressed because it was so damn cold and after the first night it lost some pressure so we ended up returning it to Costco were we bought it from.
Also it's not just a mattress it's a proper inflatable raised bed with a height of about 2ft.
When you talk about cold air, was it used outdoors?
Not quite outside, but it was in a conservatory at the end of July.
We thought it would be ideal for guests staying so decided to give it a try first but by 3 am we ended up going back upstairs to our bed because of the cold underneath.
#6
I have something similar for camping, they do get cold but I just put a duvet down and that provides a layer of insulation and its fine. No problem sleeping on it and I love to see the look on other people face when they peep in the tent and see my kind size bed. Happy glamping....
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paulandpam1
Gollywood
paulandpam1
Gollywood
Are these anywhere as stable as normal mattresses? We need a few spare mattresses but don't have the space!
Considering they're inflatable they are surprisingly stable and actually quite comfortable, My wife weighs 9 stone and I'm 6ft 4" weighing 18 stone and I was surprised there was very little roll together.
If you read my other comment I was not impressed because it was so damn cold and after the first night it lost some pressure so we ended up returning it to Costco were we bought it from.
Also it's not just a mattress it's a proper inflatable raised bed with a height of about 2ft.
When you talk about cold air, was it used outdoors?
Not quite outside, but it was in a conservatory at the end of July.
We thought it would be ideal for guests staying so decided to give it a try first but by 3 am we ended up going back upstairs to our bed because of the cold underneath.


We use an Intex one of these for camping and I put an emergency foil blanket underneath which stops the cold rising into it (super cheap, poundland or mine were maybe £3 for a pack of 5 from Amazon) Then I put a fitted sheet and a basic blanket on top and sleep in a sleeping bag and I'm warm as toast

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