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Posted 26th Apr

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Been looking for one of these for upcoming camping trips (hopefully) , as I'm getting on a bit I want a bit more comfort.
Similar beds are around £60 on Amazon so took a chance on this one from Aldi.
Tried it out last night and can confirm it is very good, inflates in about 2 minutes and is nice and firm with next to no bounce (which I expected from an airbed of this depth). I think it's a bargain. Online free delivery or in store.
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Great for house parties
These get really cold if you’re camping, the self inflating mats are much better and way less hassle.
lucas26/04/2020 10:40

These get really cold if you’re camping, the self inflating mats are much b …These get really cold if you’re camping, the self inflating mats are much better and way less hassle.


Foil blanket underneath. Or electric blanket on top
These are brilliant. I got one a couple of weeks ago I also have the double
lucas26/04/2020 10:40

These get really cold if you’re camping, the self inflating mats are much b …These get really cold if you’re camping, the self inflating mats are much better and way less hassle.


Definitely , The problem with this kind of high inflatable mattress being used outside is the vinyl material stretches and contracts with the temperature causing it to sag & ending up reinflating everyday & even waking up in the morning on the floor . also some of these with a built in pump only power off a mains supply & no additional valve for using a foot pump or 12v pump. probably fine for a extra temporary bed in the house .
Got it last year, used it for guests few times. Still going strong. Can recommend it
Foil blankets reduce radiated heat loss, not conductive heat loss.
decosparkle2526/04/2020 10:49

Foil blanket underneath. Or electric blanket on top


The natural reaction is to think - foil blanket on top - electric blanket underneath.

Why these airbeds feel cold all night is because your body creates a low point in the top surface. You warm the air under you, within the bed - which then moves by convection to the higher points, where it is conducted through the bed and radiated away. The solution is to cover the entire bed with a large foil blanket and sleep on that. The air in the bed has little mass and is soon warmed up, once the bed cannot radiate it away and thus create convection air currents within the bed.
So, yes, cover the bed with a foil blanket. Ideally big enough to reach the ground, all round. Edit: meant to add - a second one covering you as well is even better..

I have owned a succession of airbeds - these Aldi ones do last longer than most. The built in pump limits the pressurization and thus reduces the instances of failure where the vertical internal members meet the top and bottom surfaces. Distributing load is vital - no sitting up reading and no stepping on it.... |Erm, no elbows or knees...
Edited by: "Grrrrrrrrrrr" 26th Apr
Does anybody know if these use the inbuilt pump to deflate after use. Thanks
Claybuster26/04/2020 12:08

Does anybody know if these use the inbuilt pump to deflate after use. …Does anybody know if these use the inbuilt pump to deflate after use. Thanks



yes it does
Thanks, just bought one. My wife wanted to buy one from off the TV adds the go on through the night, it was for over £100.
Got a bargain. Cheers
Claybuster26/04/2020 12:08

Does anybody know if these use the inbuilt pump to deflate after use. …Does anybody know if these use the inbuilt pump to deflate after use. Thanks


Yes the pump sucks the air out, re them being cold, yes this is true of virtually anything in contact with the floor, we cover the area under the bed with cardboard (boxes from the supermarket), this works brilliantly. Re going down, yes sometimes they go a bit soft (ooh missis) but next to nothing, if you are on the floor in the morning you have a puncture.💨
Anybody know if these can be pumped up using 12v car pump?
Edited by: "johnkay82" 27th Apr
johnkay8227/04/2020 05:51

Anybody know if these can be pumped up using 12v car pump?


Not this one.
Nicebob27/04/2020 07:38

Not this one.


Damn i ordered 2 for camping without checking first.
Suppose I could get an inverter or just send them back
I looked for a 12v version but couldn't find any, so I was going to get one without a built in pump, and buy a separate battery pump, but then found this which was such a good price all plans went out of the window. Had 2 nights on it now and it feels like a normal mattress and no air loss, happy with my purchase.
By the way this air bed does not have a separate bung for blowing up without the built in 240v pump which is a shame, I haven't tried but you may be able to attach a separate pump to the inlet of the built in pump, it looks about the right diameter.
Edited by: "Nicebob" 27th Apr
Nicebob27/04/2020 08:06

I looked for a 12v version but couldn't find any, so I was going to get …I looked for a 12v version but couldn't find any, so I was going to get one without a built in pump, and buy a separate battery pump, but then found this which was such a good price all plans went out of the window. Had 2 nights on it now and it feels like a normal mattress and no air loss, happy with my purchase.By the way this air bed does not have a separate bung for blowing up without the built in 240v pump which is a shame, I haven't tried but you may be able to attach a separate pump to the inlet of the built in pump, it looks about the right diameter.


Thanks I might give that a go before thinking of sending them back
Grrrrrrrrrrr26/04/2020 11:43

Foil blankets reduce radiated heat loss, not conductive heat loss. The …Foil blankets reduce radiated heat loss, not conductive heat loss. The natural reaction is to think - foil blanket on top - electric blanket underneath. Why these airbeds feel cold all night is because your body creates a low point in the top surface. You warm the air under you, within the bed - which then moves by convection to the higher points, where it is conducted through the bed and radiated away. The solution is to cover the entire bed with a large foil blanket and sleep on that. The air in the bed has little mass and is soon warmed up, once the bed cannot radiate it away and thus create convection air currents within the bed. So, yes, cover the bed with a foil blanket. Ideally big enough to reach the ground, all round. Edit: meant to add - a second one covering you as well is even better..I have owned a succession of airbeds - these Aldi ones do last longer than most. The built in pump limits the pressurization and thus reduces the instances of failure where the vertical internal members meet the top and bottom surfaces. Distributing load is vital - no sitting up reading and no stepping on it.... |Erm, no elbows or knees...


I read this like a teacher was telling it in a class.
jurassic_park26/04/2020 12:35

Thanks, just bought one. My wife wanted to buy one from off the TV adds …Thanks, just bought one. My wife wanted to buy one from off the TV adds the go on through the night, it was for over £100.Got a bargain. Cheers


Been into Aldi, Halesowen and they are actually reduced from £29.99 to £24.99. Deffinitely the double. I didn’t know I was going in today could have saved a fiver. Was still a great deal though for £29.99
Thanks for sharing this,its a great price
Just seen that this has been reduced down to £24.99 in store.
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