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Trespass flocked double air bed including pump £13.99 @ argos

£13.99 @ Argos
Reduced from £24.99 great price for double air bed with battery powered pump included. Read More
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2w, 6d agoFound 2 weeks, 6 days ago
Reduced from £24.99 great price for double air bed with battery powered pump included.
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3 Likes #1
This is a really good deal, but after camping for a number of years (and getting through a number of airbeds) I finally switched to Self-Inflated Mats last year and wouldn't go back.

Every single air bed I've ever owned has at some point deflated/burst, etc... - often after very little use, making them poor value. If you're on a budget or using them only once or twice, go for it. For longer term use though, I'd think about an alternative mode of sleeping!
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horsepills
This is a really good deal, but after camping for a number of years (and getting through a number of airbeds) I finally switched to Self-Inflated Mats last year and wouldn't go back.

Every single air bed I've ever owned has at some point deflated/burst, etc... - often after very little use, making them poor value. If you're on a budget or using them only once or twice, go for it. For longer term use though, I'd think about an alternative mode of sleeping!


I've not heard of those. Could you post a link to one that you recommend? Thanks
#3
Good price. I slept on this for 3 months last year, didn't have any problems.
#4
We have the bigger version of this by Trespass. Really good quality.
2 Likes #5
will this survive one average and one large sized person bobbing up and down for around 20 mins ?
#6
Cheers Op, ordered, been collecting camping gear and something to sleep on was the last piece. That's us good to go.
1 Like #7
The pump in the images is a mains one - you can see it's marked 220-250, yet the title says battery. The battery ones eat batteries - maybe 2 or 3 inflations from a expensive set of D batteries. So mains or 12v is usually the way to go, depending on what you have access to.
1 Like #8
Gollywood
horsepills
This is a really good deal, but after camping for a number of years (and getting through a number of airbeds) I finally switched to Self-Inflated Mats last year and wouldn't go back.
Every single air bed I've ever owned has at some point deflated/burst, etc... - often after very little use, making them poor value. If you're on a budget or using them only once or twice, go for it. For longer term use though, I'd think about an alternative mode of sleeping!
I've not heard of those. Could you post a link to one that you recommend? Thanks

I have a couple of these - though they all vary in price and quality.
5 Likes #9
londonguy
will this survive one average and one large sized person bobbing up and down for around 20 mins ?

Not sure - I've only ever been able to test up to 45 seconds or so
#10
londonguy
will this survive one average and one large sized person bobbing up and down for around 20 mins ?
Yep, it'll easily outlast you
1 Like #11
washer010
londonguy
will this survive one average and one large sized person bobbing up and down for around 20 mins ?
Yep, it'll easily outlast you

wipe clean surface ? and does it have an auto blow facility ?
#12
But a similar product from Argos some months ago. Used it for a while then it begins to lose air whiles sleeping on it... might as well sleep in the floor
#13
londonguy
washer010
londonguy
will this survive one average and one large sized person bobbing up and down for around 20 mins ?
Yep, it'll easily outlast you

wipe clean surface ? and does it have an auto blow facility ?


Nope you would have to purchase it separately...
#14
Dodge62
The pump in the images is a mains one - you can see it's marked 220-250, yet the title says battery. The battery ones eat batteries - maybe 2 or 3 inflations from a expensive set of D batteries. So mains or 12v is usually the way to go, depending on what you have access to.
Mine is battery & mains powered.. So I assume it's the same.
#15
Bought one today, pump is d-battery power only, not mains. Haven't tried inflating yet, because didn't know it's batteries-only.
#16
reserved one thanks.. lets see how they hold up o.O
#17
Ordered one. Can't see it being a let down at this price.

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