Airbed Single £5 Double £7.50 @ Tesco Direct
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Airbed Single £5 Double £7.50 @ Tesco Direct

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Found 22nd Jun 2017
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This comfortable and versatile double air bed is ideal for camping trips, festivals or for use as a guest bed. It has a strong vinyl coil beam construction, and a waterproof flocked top that prevents sheets from slipping and provides a soft velvety feel for added comfort. Easy to set up, this air bed inflates in just 1-2 mins using the 2-in-1 valve. It weighs 2.75kg and has a maximum weight capacity of 150kg. Included with the bed is a repair patch and an instruction manual. Pump sold separately.
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I got this last time it was posted on here and hav to say it's brilliant value for money and is quite comfortable.
i wonder how long this airbed will last before developing a puncture?
bouncy99

i wonder how long this airbed will last before developing a puncture?



​mmmmmmmmmmmm?
Got one of these last week and they are actually pretty comfy.
don't like the sound of this review.

"Bought this for camping, used 3 times and when I went to blow it up for the 4th a massive bulge came out."
Speculator13 m ago

don't like the sound of this review. "Bought this for camping, used 3 …don't like the sound of this review. "Bought this for camping, used 3 times and when I went to blow it up for the 4th a massive bulge came out."



Tmi I think.
Any decent pumps going?
personally I think these are quite good if you place it on a bed base then put a normal matress on top.
This or the best way one.
If you look after it (Don't over inflate, walk on it or put it down on a sharp object), it will last around 90-120 nights of use. At least, that is how long the single versions last with a 100kg person sleeping on them. I have been through around 5 of the single versions and they all lasted within this timeframe. The Intex airbeds with the long seams running the full length of the bed last about 300 nights (Not the version with bobbly 'mattress' style seams.) and are the longest lasting I have found in the past 8 years of sleeping on airbeds every night. (Long story..)

Edited by: "JayR123" 22nd Jun 2017
thanks brought one double a pump £3 and 4 sleeping bags to update our aging stuff
always for the cheap puncture repair kits for £1 land good for filling holes rather than the patches you get with the bed
Nice one dude, handy for grandkids stopping over
the single one has a maximum weight capacity of 75kg = 165 lbs or just under 12 stone,
Edited by: "mmachine" 22nd Jun 2017
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moley

always for the cheap puncture repair kits for £1 land good for filling … always for the cheap puncture repair kits for £1 land good for filling holes rather than the patches you get with the bed



​puncture kit included.
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bouncy99

i wonder how long this airbed will last before developing a puncture?



​puncture kit included.
ssc1

​puncture kit included.



​i read that mate but as I stated I found the included kits pants
Picked up a double for £5 months ago
Just ordered 3. The 2 we currently have deflate a little overnight.

Brilliant for camping and kids sleepovers. At this price they are disposable.
pretty sure single was £3.75 and double £5 on saturday. tesco lisnagelvin.
Tesco Thurrock had single for £3.75 and double for around £6. the pump was £5.40 for mains powered and £6 for battery powered
I already have one but I suppose it'd be nice to have a spare at the price.
rev6

Tmi I think.



Haha 4th times the charm : D
I got one today in-store at Tesco Dorchester for a fiver. Bargain, even if it lasts the summer.
I bought one of these in December and it's still in its box lol
Bobbins

Just ordered 3. The 2 we currently have deflate a little overnight.


Probably not, there are 2 reasons why. A new airbed 'stretches' for the first 5 or six days of use so you have to add some air. After a week, you shouldn't need to. In addition, generally it's colder in the mornings and therefore the air inside contracts so airbeds always feel a bit softer in the morning. Don't add air and see if they continue to deflate over the next few nights. If they go flat, you have a hole but I would suspect not as even a micro size hole would make them significantly flatter over one night.
Sorry if I come across as bit of a know it all and preachy but, as per my post above, I have probably slept on airbeds more than anyone you are ever likely to meet.


Edited by: "JayR123" 23rd Jun 2017
Both OOS
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Hey, looks like it's back in stock again. Just ordered the double!
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