Intex Deluxe Pillow Raised Bed with Built in Electric Pump (Queen), 157 x 203 x 47cm WAS £85.99 NOW £35.05 @ Amazon/Outdoor Leisure Direct
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Intex Deluxe Pillow Raised Bed with Built in Electric Pump (Queen), 157 x 203 x 47cm WAS £85.99 NOW £35.05 @ Amazon/Outdoor Leisure Direct

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Found 20th Jan 2013
Saw this as I'm looking for a double for visitors. Thought it was a really decent looking mattress. Hope you think so too.

I believe delivery if £5.84

Available from 2 sellers

£35.05 + £5.84 Delivery

£40.89 Inc Delivery
- Thomablue

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would help to add Amazon in the title, hot deal, own this air bed, really good quality

delivery is £5.84! unless u got a code???

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Total price is £40.89 then.......

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dbhoy

Total price is £40.89 then.......



Sorry about that.

I owned a single bed made by Intex. Really good quality. My only problem was that the kids thought it was a trampoline and that was the end of that

I had an Intex airbed years ago it was fantastic. Only sold it on as had no need for it.

There was a delay in my new bed coming when I had it and slept on it for over a week and it was amazing! Highly recommend!

looks good have some heat

Banned

These are great. We've got one.
Bargain have some heat.

£33.93 without the pump, if you don't need it.

amazon.co.uk/Int…g_2

These are really good, I had one as my bed for nearly 2 years! It was the best I ever slept!

It's around £35 in costco. I can't remember exactly but went with my brother to buy one last month in Reading Costco.

Don't agree with the comments above tbh. I bought one of these and used it once a week for a few months. Developed a leak after approx 6 months. Just a thought

tony863

Don't agree with the comments above tbh. I bought one of these and used … Don't agree with the comments above tbh. I bought one of these and used it once a week for a few months. Developed a leak after approx 6 months. Just a thought

Did you check the bladder !

Got one from Aldi for around £35. Inflates and deflates really quickly and easily and not bad for one but for two it's not so good: edges aren't firm enough so you tend to roll off if near them and one person's movement sets the whole thing moving.

At this price it's OK as a guest standby (presumably what it's meant for) but not for regular use. Really good inflatables start at well over £100.

1970steve

Sorry about that.



You can edit the headline!

Looks comfy. How long to inflate/deflate?

My single one took about 2 minutes

Thanks.. order one... heat added...

this was never 86gpb.....

We had one of these for camping and it just went down really quickly...and being such a deep mattress it kinda swallows you up...not cool :-S

I've had one of these for about 2 years. Use it for camping and as an stand by for visitors. Inflates within 2 or 3 minutes and is pretty firm. Pretty hard wearing considering the usage. Good item and a great price.

£40 now

45 with postage

We bought this from amazon just before xmas for us to sleep on as we donated our bed to the grandparents. Inflated in minutes and deflated almost as easy. Worth this price! Very Hot from me

still available for £40.89 including postage

£40.89 on my screen?

if you choose the £35.05 + £5.84 for P+P

This is £40.89 delivered,but voted hot as we have an Intex and its been great.

Hi I also had one of these and mine started to split in one area where I had it folded away used it about 10 times max:-( Could be a one off.....

BridgetSpeirs

Looks comfy. How long to inflate/deflate?



It's quick - maybe 5 mins max. Similarly quick and easy to fully deflate by running pump in reverse. Quite noisy though.
Edited by: "Besford" 21st Jan 2013

Excellent bits of kit, have used one quite a bit. Pretty quick to inflate too.

Don't plan on using one in the house when others are sleeping though, IT'S LOUD AS HELL.
Edited by: "Psychotext" 21st Jan 2013

I have a couple bought from Costco a while back... very useful but also not they are quite high when inflated ... too high I think.

Also, if these have the raised pillow section, I'd avoid - again, personal experience but the pillow part is not necessary and a better design would be a level bed.

We bought one of these from Costco about 5 years ago. We've still got it and use it occasionally but we do find that it does tend to go down after one nights sleep on it. It is really quick and easy to inflate so not a huge problem. I think we paid around £30 for it at the time ...

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gobby88

this was never 86gpb.....



it probably was - I bought a queen size for £60 once.

excellent integrated foot pump beds.

Got one of these from CostCo last summer for £35 it was the queen size Intex one with electric motor. Really comfortable to sleep on for one person, takes approx 2-3mins to fill with air. Packs away easily as it comes with a large material storage bag. Would recommend.

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TygerTyger

I have a couple bought from Costco a while back... very useful but also … I have a couple bought from Costco a while back... very useful but also not they are quite high when inflated ... too high I think.Also, if these have the raised pillow section, I'd avoid - again, personal experience but the pillow part is not necessary and a better design would be a level bed.



i like that they are higher up more like a proper bed.

While I was saving up for a mortgage and had to sleep at my dads I had one of these, lasted a year, took about 2 minutes to blow up and down! Great value for money!

£25 + P&P for non pump version on ebay.

£40.89 with free delivery now.
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