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Intex Classic Downy Airbed Set with 2 Pillows and Double Quick Hand Pump, Queen
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- Inflatable queen airbed with two inflatable pillows, hand pump included
- Waterproof flocked top with wave beams can be cleaned easily
- 2-in-1 valve with extra-wide opening makes inflation and deflation easy and quick
- Standard queen size works well with fitted sheets
- Dimensions: 60 x 8.75 x 80 (W x H x L), 600-Pound capacity
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|Color||Royal Blue||Blue||Heather Grey||Heather Grey|
|Dimensions||9 inches x 80 inches x 60 inches||6 inches x 14.5 inches x 12 inches||16.5 inches x 75 inches x 39 inches||7 inches x 18.5 inches x 15 inches|
|Item Weight||11.24 pounds||11 pounds||11.5 pounds||18.85 pounds|
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With plush flocking on the top, this Queen-sized Intex Classic Downy airbed provides a more luxurious sleeping surface and helps keep bedding from slipping. This package includes two inflatable pillows and a hand pump. Crafted with durable heavy gauge vinyl, the cozy flocked top cleans easily and is waterproofed for camping use. It's equipped with a quality-tested, 20.8-gauge waterproof flocked top, along with 14-gauge vinyl beams and 15-gauge sides and bottom. And its 2-in-1 valve has an extra wide opening to make quick work of either inflation or deflation.
The Classic Downy is raised 8.75 inches from the floor, and at 60 by 8.75 by 80 inches (WxHxL) is an official Queen-sized bed--ensuring a tight fit for fitted sheets. This bed has a 600-pound weight capacity. It folds compactly for storage. Spot clean with mild soap and water.
Regarding Inflation: Measurements will vary based on the manner in which it is inflated and packaging disclaims “approximate size”. Airbeds are measured from the widest point including the beams (bulges) on the side and off the tallest point from the floor including built-in pillows if applicable. Location, temperature, and humidity will affect the airbed’s firmness. Airbeds will need to be occasionally re-inflated (topped off) to maintain desired firmness when used for more than a few days as vinyl tends to relax over time.
With plush flocking on the top, this Queen-sized Intex Classic Downy airbed provides a more luxurious sleeping surface and helps keep bedding from slipping. And this package includes two inflatable pillows and a hand pump. Crafted with durable heavy gauge vinyl, the cozy flocked top cleans easily and is waterproofed for camping use. It's equipped with a quality-tested, 20.8-gauge waterproof flocked top, along with 14-gauge vinyl beams and 15-gauge sides and bottom. And its 2-in-1 valve has an extra wide opening to make quick work of either inflation or deflation.
The Classic Downy is raised 8.75 inches from the floor, and at 60 by 8.75 by 80 inches (WxHxD) is an official Queen-sized bed--ensuring a tight fit for fitted sheets. This bed has a 600-pound weight capacity. It folds compactly for storage. Spot clean with mild soap and water.
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**Note that all the 5-star Amazon reviews are old (e.g., 2007, 2008, 2009) and all the 1-star reviews are new (2013 and on!).
Box for the 1st mattress says it was manufactured in 2012. I could sleep on this for several days without re-inflating. It would lose a little air after pumping, but then hold steady w/no more air loss for several weeks if I left it out.
Box for the 2nd mattress says it was manufactured in 2014. Mattress was noticeably lower to the ground than the 1st one. I had to add air DAILY for 2 WEEKS and still it sagged every night. This one came with a tag that read: "Your airbed is not leaking, it is the material stretching," and "Add air, daily at first and less after a few days, to maintain desired firmness." The 1st mattress had no such tag.
After sleeping on it every night for 2-weeks, I have had enough of it "stretching"... Even after adding air daily, if I stand up on the mattress, my foot sinks all the way to the ground!! I weigh 120-lbs and this is rated for 600-lbs of load!
Pumping up each mattress took about 10 minutes using the included hand pump and my husband broke into a slight sweat while pumping them. I don't like my mattress hard so he didn't pump it up to full capacity. The air pillow just wasn't very comfortable to use, it's better than nothing but we all tossed them and used regular pillows instead. My husband didn't much like the deep grooves (big tubes) which formed the airbed mattress, but it didn't bother me. I kind of liked it because I could lay with my bony backbone between the round tubes and in the deeper grooves and found it rather comfortable. We did not notice any air leakage from the beds. My husband and I shared one airbed while our 2 kids shared the other. They seemed to be as full the next morning as they were when initially pumped.
The airbed material seems durable enough, but I would lay something extra underneath them if they are to be placed on a surface with rocks underneath. We camped out in our backyard in a tent on a relatively cold evening. It got down to around 45 degrees F. The mattresses of course radiated the cold from the ground right up to us so a few blankets on top of the mattress helped with that. And we let our dog sleep in the tent with us. She's an Eskimo Spitz with a lot of fur. She didn't sleep on the airbeds but beside them and the airbeds collected a good bit of her hair, but that is really no problem. (We're used to her hair being everywhere anyway.Read more ›
actually when I started pumping the air for an hour or so...
the air inside the bed was not even for an hour!!
I have no idea, how it got punctures!
i know i shouldn't deal with sharp edges objects that can cause a puncture to it, I never did that.
Later I brought the puncture kit from walmart spending about 10$ for it
i started repairing it..
after struggling for hours I can feel the bed with full air in it for a complete night..
but again, air's leaking
seriously, i'm fed with this things
i can't pump anymore ___/\___
If you want take it back for free
I would rather sleep on the floor
thanks to you sir,
at least you got some concern about your product
please make sure you guys sending customers right and good one
thanks a lot
i know my English is bad, just feel the frustration no the sentence formation..
~240 nights of comfortable sleep - best $29.99 I've ever spent.
it is attractive and as comfrotable as i imagine an airbed can be, though the pillows are kind of worthless and do leak for some reason.
it's not luxury but it's a great value. don't waste money on an electric pump. this one does the job.
We had a relatively big guy sleep on this the first night. He's about 250 pounds. Still, it claims to be able to support up to 600 pounds. He laid on the bed and within an hour, he was on the floor. Much of the air mattress had deflated. So for the next 30 minutes, three people attempted to find the leak so we could patch it. Finally, we found the leak and we successfully patched it. We waited an hour before reinflating it, just like the directions said.
So he laid back down on it again and everything seemed fine. It was holding air. I was happy with the product, even still to that point. We all went to bed. In the middle of the night, I hear our guest pumping up the air mattress. So I go out in the living room and he tells me that it has a slow leak somewhere and that he ended up on the floor again. He laid back down again and by morning it had deflated again.
Now Intex, if your product can't hold up to 600 pounds, don't say it can. And if it's supposed to, then you really need to fix this product and make sure it is completely sealed. This is absolutely unacceptable, regardless of the price. I reject the idea that a low price should make the manufacturer immune to criticism about their products. When I buy something, I expect it to work. Period.
Now I have to go through the laborious process of returning this to Amazon and waiting up to 2 weeks to get my refund. Thanks for nothing, Intex!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Not much of an air mattress expert, but had to re-pump it several times throughout the night. Nice materiel though.Published 1 day ago by Kendal
It did ok for the first few days but very soon started losing air at nights and you end up on the floor in the morningPublished 1 day ago by Fernando Posada
I cannot believe how nice this is for the price I got it for! The pillows aren't perfect but they sure beat lugging around regular pillows everywhere. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Julie R.
Basic. No built in pump. Just what I needed. I'm using it as a pool float.Published 2 days ago by NCH
My guests said its the most comfortable air mattress they'd ever slept on! Stayed inflated well for the full weekend it was used. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Amazon Customer
Air bed works great! Of course, it lays low, but can't beat it for the price. Would give it five stars, but the pump is a lite-weight - takes a while to fill the bed.Published 4 days ago by Timothy P. Brown
Awesome air bed. Came with pillows and a pump. Was inexpensive and worth the money. It's been up a week and didn't lose a it fast. Read morePublished 5 days ago by cleeortiz
For the price it is great. Air does slowly let out and you find yourself falling off on the edge.Published 5 days ago by Buttercup