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Tesco 4 in 1 Sofa Bed £16.00 Free C&C

£16.00 @ Tesco Direct
http://www.tesco.com/direct/tesco-4-in-1-sofa-bed/107-4708.prd This 4-in-1 airbed is great for when you need an extra sleeping space, whether at home or outdoors on holiday. Covered in a soft-touch…
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http://www.tesco.com/direct/tesco-4-in-1-sofa-bed/107-4708.prd

This 4-in-1 airbed is great for when you need an extra sleeping space, whether at home or outdoors on holiday. Covered in a soft-touch flock finish for extra comfort, the airbed comes in a practical modular design that can be used in 4 ways. The 4-in-1 sofa (chair) bed is a multifunctional airbed which can be used as a standard single airbed, a single airbed with backrest, a sofa or a lounger. Produced from strong durable PVC, this Tesco 4-in-1 airbed can be used indoors for guest or outdoors as a comfortable camping solution. Included with the bed is a repair patch and an instruction manual. Pump sold separately.
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#1
Please copy and paste the link in the post to another window. The link from HUKD isn't recognised by Tesco.
2 Likes #2
Link getdeal link worked for me.

Can you blow these things up by mouth without passing out?

Edited By: Quad on Sep 25, 2016 01:09
1 Like #3
its a shame they cant do things like this with some cheap foam in them for the same price so they are permanent, obviously not for camping but just for home use.
#4
smudge92
its a shame they cant do things like this with some cheap foam in them for the same price so they are permanent, obviously not for camping but just for home use.

You can deflate it and travel with it!
#5
smudge92
its a shame they cant do things like this with some cheap foam in them for the same price so they are permanent, obviously not for camping but just for home use.
You can get foam ones that fold from a single chair to a bed. Have a look on Ebay
#6
These type of airbeds areok foruse once in a blue moonor emergency, but any longer and they develop pinholes where the stitching and joins are in the folds of the flock. A bicycle puncture repair can be temporary fix, but then another hole appears and you end up throwing the bed out.
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Ended up getting the double bed with pump built in for a family member coming over for Xmas for 5 nights .
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Quad
Link getdeal link worked for me.
Can you blow these things up by mouth without passing out?
takes 2 hours for my doll by mouth
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Proveright
These type of airbeds areok foruse once in a blue moonor emergency, but any longer and they develop pinholes where the stitching and joins are in the folds of the flock. A bicycle puncture repair can be temporary fix, but then another hole appears and you end up throwing the bed out.
I think you need a new spacebar.
#10
you may be lucky to get one marked down for £6.50 like we did.
#11
Inflatable...wont last one day.
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Malabus
Inflatable...wont last one day.
Agreed...especially with the mention of kids! oO
#13
Bought a Bestway flocked double airbed from Tesco (instore) a couple of weeks ago and decided to test it out. Seemed fine for 4-5 nights (had to top up each time), then woke one morning to find severe deflation. Had only been me (~11st) and my dog (~17kg) sleeping on it so hardly under severe stress. Not impressed. Took it back for a refund. Very wary of buying another of any brand.
#14
3guesses
Bought a Bestway flocked double airbed from Tesco (instore) a couple of weeks ago and decided to test it out. Seemed fine for 4-5 nights (had to top up each time), then woke one morning to find severe deflation. Had only been me (~11st) and my dog (~17kg) sleeping on it so hardly under severe stress. Not impressed. Took it back for a refund. Very wary of buying another of any brand.

Nothing to do with dog claws/teeth??? Have you learned nothing from Youtube??? Dogs and inflatable things!!
#15
peter1969uk
3guesses
Bought a Bestway flocked double airbed from Tesco (instore) a couple of weeks ago and decided to test it out. Seemed fine for 4-5 nights (had to top up each time), then woke one morning to find severe deflation. Had only been me (~11st) and my dog (~17kg) sleeping on it so hardly under severe stress. Not impressed. Took it back for a refund. Very wary of buying another of any brand.
Nothing to do with dog claws/teeth??? Have you learned nothing from Youtube??? Dogs and inflatable things!!

He definitely wouldn't have used his teeth on it, and I doubt his claws could have done any damage given the flocked covering, mattress protector, thick sheet and 12.5 tog duvet in between. In fact, had he punctured it, it would have been completely flat. Definitely a slow puncture from a seam/join, IMO.
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peter1969uk
3guesses
Bought a Bestway flocked double airbed from Tesco (instore) a couple of weeks ago and decided to test it out. Seemed fine for 4-5 nights (had to top up each time), then woke one morning to find severe deflation. Had only been me (~11st) and my dog (~17kg) sleeping on it so hardly under severe stress. Not impressed. Took it back for a refund. Very wary of buying another of any brand.
Nothing to do with dog claws/teeth??? Have you learned nothing from Youtube??? Dogs and inflatable things!!

He definitely wouldn't have used his teeth on it, and I doubt his claws could have done any damage given the flocked covering, mattress protector, thick sheet and 12.5 tog duvet in between. In fact, had he punctured it, it would have been completely flat. Definitely a slow puncture from a seam/join, IMO.


Submerge it in the bath and pump some air in, you will soon find the leak.
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peter1969uk
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peter1969uk
3guesses
Bought a Bestway flocked double airbed from Tesco (instore) a couple of weeks ago and decided to test it out. Seemed fine for 4-5 nights (had to top up each time), then woke one morning to find severe deflation. Had only been me (~11st) and my dog (~17kg) sleeping on it so hardly under severe stress. Not impressed. Took it back for a refund. Very wary of buying another of any brand.
Nothing to do with dog claws/teeth??? Have you learned nothing from Youtube??? Dogs and inflatable things!!
He definitely wouldn't have used his teeth on it, and I doubt his claws could have done any damage given the flocked covering, mattress protector, thick sheet and 12.5 tog duvet in between. In fact, had he punctured it, it would have been completely flat. Definitely a slow puncture from a seam/join, IMO.
Submerge it in the bath and pump some air in, you will soon find the leak.

Too late - already been refunded.

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