Ready for visitors at Christmas! Intex 2-in-1 Double Inflatable Bed £39.99 & £4.99 next working day delivery @ Cybercheckout...makes 1 high double bed or splits to 2 queen beds. - HotUKDeals
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Ready for visitors at Christmas! Intex 2-in-1 Double Inflatable Bed £39.99 & £4.99 next working day delivery @ Cybercheckout...makes 1 high double bed or splits to 2 queen beds.

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With Xmas on its way and visitors and family coming over to stay, I found this 2 in 1 double bed. It can be used as either a high double or 2 lower queens. Ideal if you havent got spare beds. Des… Read More
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6y, 4m agoFound 6 years, 4 months ago
With Xmas on its way and visitors and family coming over to stay, I found this 2 in 1 double bed. It can be used as either a high double or 2 lower queens. Ideal if you havent got spare beds.

Description:
Two double inflatable beds in one! A high-rise airbed that is incredibly comfortable for guests & family members. The 360 degree, heavy-duty zipper allows the user to turn one raised airbed into two standard height air beds. Perfect for sleep-overs, camping and on-the-road trips!

£4.99 next working day delivery.

Features:

•High quality flock airbed
•Heavy duty zipper turns 1 high-rise airbed into 2 standard rise airbeds
•2 in 1 valve has extra wide openings for fast inflation & deflation
•Folds compactly for easy storage
•Please note that a pump is not included
•Dimensions - 60 inches x 80 inches x 18 inches
•Approx weight - 9.6kgs
5 star reviews

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#1
The title makes no sense, surely if when split you get two single height queen size beds, when joined you can only have a double height queen size and not a "double" bed.
#2
tekhieboy
The title makes no sense, surely if when split you get two single height queen size beds, when joined you can only have a double height queen size and not a "double" bed.

Sorry but thats what it says on their website, so I just copied it. I did wonder myself tho.oO
#3
Looks like two queen-sized doubles stacked on top of eachother:

http://images.esellerpro.com/2362/I/220/4/medscaleimg776936.jpg

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