Trespass Double Flocked Airbed £12.99 - Trespass 3 Man 1 Room Pop Up Tent £35.49 @ Argos
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Trespass Double Flocked Airbed £12.99 - Trespass 3 Man 1 Room Pop Up Tent £35.49 @ Argos

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Refreshed 1st May (Posted 28th Mar)
This seems to have dropped in price to £12.99.

Seems plenty of stock around


Camp in comfort with this Trespass Double Flocked Airbed. The flocked sleeping surface and built-in structure provide enhanced support, ensuring you will have a great night's sleep. With a large nozzle for fast inflation and deflation, this airbed can be easily stored when you're not using it. Pump not included.

  • PVC mattress.
  • Internal coil structure for enhanced support.
  • Inflates in 90 seconds, deflates in 60 seconds.
  • Pump not included .
  • Waterproof.
  • Airtight system.
  • Double lock valve.
  • Repair kit.
  • Size H22, L190, W141cm.
  • Maximum user weight 200kg.





Argos have also reduced a few tents




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I thought from the thumbnail picture it was an external HDD
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I thought from the thumbnail picture it was an external HDD
Every airbed I've bought from Argos (across 3 different stores, 4 beds) has been ripped because it was a customer return that wasn't checked...so be careful.
How reliable are these? I have bought the Aldi bed but after a couple of uses the air lost into the thin air
Misslovely1 h, 5 m ago

How reliable are these? I have bought the Aldi bed but after a couple of …How reliable are these? I have bought the Aldi bed but after a couple of uses the air lost into the thin air

Seems a bit hit and miss. Saw a review of one where the mattress was losing air but no apparent leak, they tested it by pouring water over it and there were miniscule sized bubbles leaking through the actual fabric when under greater pressure when someone was lying in it. So it would deflate slightly over the course of the night.
Misslovely8 h, 39 m ago

How reliable are these? I have bought the Aldi bed but after a couple of …How reliable are these? I have bought the Aldi bed but after a couple of uses the air lost into the thin air

They're ok for kids, not so great for, adults especially if they are heavy
Is this portable USB3 drive ?
Use and throw stuff. Good for kids only.
Mandown29th Mar

Is this portable USB3 drive ?


Yes.
Cold from me - another example of buying cheap and paying twice or more.

Uncomfortable to sleep on, generally just deflate on their own because they are so cheaply made, damage easily and not even that big. Get a decent self inflating mat, they are more expensive and look like they aren't going to be very comfy because they are so thin, but they are so much better than this and worth every penny.
Begize3 h, 24 m ago

Cold from me - another example of buying cheap and paying twice or …Cold from me - another example of buying cheap and paying twice or more.Uncomfortable to sleep on, generally just deflate on their own because they are so cheaply made, damage easily and not even that big. Get a decent self inflating mat, they are more expensive and look like they aren't going to be very comfy because they are so thin, but they are so much better than this and worth every penny.


Concur with this.
It'll be ok the first time you use it.

Then you put it in the loft ...

Then then you get it out, take it somewhere, blow it up,nice and firm, go-to sleep.
Then wake up at 2am, cold and with shoulder pain as you are now lieing flat on the concrete floor.

You'll never find all the micro tears and the small ones on the flocked side are impossible to repair. On a campsite. At 2am. On the first night of a 3 night weekend.

Don't ask why I'm hinting a tone of skepticism...

Self inflating are ok, but again, look after them and they will last ages, I always like to blow them up a bit as I like them firm.

Also, consider one of the metal framed (single) camp beds, I got two for £10 ea, years ago - such a pain to set up (mine are cheap, expandable are 4 fold better but cost 4 fold more), however are super comfortable. Throw an self inflating mattress/wool throw on top of it (for heat insulation too) and you'll have one of the best sleeps you'll have in a while.

#rantoff
Edited by: "bigbigchilli" 1st May
3 man 1 room o.O
Camping bed with self inflating mattress is the way to go when camping. If packing light and no car, then just a self inflater with blankets underneath.
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