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Self Inflating Mat £9.99 @ Aldi

£9.99 @ ALDI
Got four of these today for the family to go camping. We normally use a couple of deep inflatables, but the kids (and us) kept sliding down and they needed re inflating daily. I have lay them out … Read More
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8y, 11m agoFound 8 years, 11 months ago
Got four of these today for the family to go camping. We normally use a couple of deep inflatables, but the kids (and us) kept sliding down and they needed re inflating daily.

I have lay them out on the floor in the living room, and they seem great. A real bargain.

They've been at Aldi since the 8th June, but my local store had plenty. We also bought a couple of the aluminium backed rugs to go between the groundsheet and the mats @ £4.99 which is another bargain!

Here's the bumf from the site...

No pump required simply unfurl this magic mat and it inflates itself.

* PU foam core with polyester upper
* Size: (inflated) 188 (L) ?66 (W) ?5cm (H)
* Edge-bonded
* Available in: Green, Navy or Pale Smokey Green
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#1
seems good to me....
#2
These are really good. I use them when camping, and you dont get as much surface condensation on them as you do with an airbed.
Good price as well.

HOT.
#3
Does it deflate itself when you finished with it?
#4
RS2000
Does it deflate itself when you finished with it?


You roll it towards the valve end, and this expels the air for you (manually). Very easy to do though, and it has elasticated ties built in to keep it rolled up so you won't loose them.
#5
You deflate them by opening the valve and then rolling it up which compresses the interior cellular foam and squeezes the air out. It then has compression straps to keep it rolled up tight.
#6
RS2000
Does it deflate itself when you finished with it?


I suppose you squeeze all the air out and bag it, then when you remove it again it sort of inflates.

Would be good for those ever increasing sleepovers.
#7
RS2000;2300982
Does it deflate itself when you finished with it?


Thats the de-luxe model - its £12.99 - deflates itself and drives the car home:p
#8
If you store these for months when not using them, you should leave them unrolled with the valve open. Maybe under the bed. This ensures that the interior cellular foam keeps its density and inflated shape.
#9
I was gonna say maybe under the bed with any other inflatable things...
Just before someone else does.

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