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Intex Comfort Frame Rising Comfort Queen Airbed

by Intex

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  • 20.8 gauge flocked top
  • 15 gauge vinyl beams
  • 16 gauge vinyl bottom
  • Hand held AC Pump Included
  • Includes duffle bag with shoulder strap
  • 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.
  • Measurements will vary based on customer's inflation. 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.

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Product Description

The Comfort Frame Bed is a bed that is so comfortable it can actually be a permanent sleeping solution to a traditional mattress and box spring. It allows for more support because the mattress is inside a soft, inflated frame. Bed sheets tuck easily and securely into the bed frame. Unique pillowed head board for added comfort. Easily converts into two separate beds. Compliments any room decor. Two beds in one - Inner mattress pulls out to make two separate beds if desired. Quality tested 20.8 gauge waterproof flocked top and sides with 15 gauge vinyl beams and 16 gauge bottom Queen-sized mattress is raised 15 1/2" from the floor for convenience. Airbed frame consists of I-beams for a stable base and tubular chambers on the sides for firmness and support. Includes Hand Held A/C 120 Volt Pump which allows inflating in around 6 minutes total! Bed sheets can tuck easily and securely into the bed frame. Weight Capacity is 600 lbs. Comes with duffle bag for convenient storage.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 16.8 x 8.6 x 20.5 inches ; 31.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 37.8 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000N3RLYW
  • Item model number: B000N3RLYW
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #534,372 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

1st night lost have its air.
heisetax
I'm a big guy, 6'4" and 275lb - and find it difficult to be comfortable sleeping anywhere but my own bed.
T. J. Switzer
I brought queen size sheets and they fit well and did not pull out and stayed in place.
J. Cart

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

77 of 78 people found the following review helpful By M. Johnson on December 6, 2007
We needed a spare bed for occasional use, and a friend who also has one suggested this one to us. That turned out to be a good suggestion!

It's a queen size, nearly standard height bed that is amazingly comfortable to sleep on. To me, the big plus of this bed is that you can put standard fitted sheets on the mattress, and they'll stay put, since you can tuck them in, under the mattress (but inside the 'frame' part of the system. That's unusual, because most (all?) inflatable beds I've seen require you to just drape the bedding over the bed, and hope it stays put while you sleep.

The pump inflates both parts (mattress and 'frame') in around 7 minutes total. It's not a built-in pump, but that can be a blessing if the pump fails: Friends of ours have a different brand bed with a built-in pump that failed (out of warranty, of course), so they now have a big inflatable bed that they can't inflate! Plus, a detached pump also allows you to upgrade to another, better pump (as another reviewer suggested.)

But it's not all roses: There are some problems with this bed. Some of the small problems are that the pump is LOUD, and you need to keep holding it into the inflation port, or it will just pop out. The bed is VERY heavy, although that is good new / bad news, because that implies the vinyl is thick (hence, heavy), but also means you might want to have two people carry it.

The MAJOR problem with this bed is that ours started leaking after about the 10th time we slept on it. Now, at the amortized cost of around $10/night, I didn't feel too bad about it, since we don't have to live with, and assign space to, a bed that we rarely use. Plus it was easy to patch with the included patch kit.

But as we kept using it, we kept on getting small leaks.
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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Richard Small on April 4, 2008
While traveling a year or so ago, I slept on an air mattress at a friend's home and found that my nagging back problems seemed to have magically disappeared. Though I thought this a fluke, over several nights of very restful sleep and no morning back pain, I decided that, perhaps, sleeping on an air mattress may well be the solution I had been looking for for years. Believe me, I'd tried just about everything from waterbeds to literally every style of mattress. After some research and not wanting to spend thousands on a more conventional style air bed, I settled on this one. I was very impressed with its size - I'm 6'4" and tip the scales at 230 pounds - and ability to provide comfortable support through the night. However, though the frame has held up very well, in fact, it is quite comfortable for sleeping in its own right, the mattress has not faired so well. Within approximately six months of use, which may be lengthy for an air mattress, it started developing leaks. Were this a flat surface mattress, this would not have been much of a problem. However, the surface is dimpled and it was in these areas the leaks developed. By the way, for those who have had difficulty in finding these leaks, simply inflate the mattress to firm, put a tiny bit of dish soap in a spray bottle with, of course, water and spray the surface of the bed. Any leaks will immediately put forth foaming bubbles. Mark the area, let the surface dry, clean the spot with alcohol and apply the patch as directed. Easy enough but, at this point, it seems that a patch is need on a daily basis and the mattress will no longer hold air through an entire night. I have since purchased another brand of air mattress but am not nearly as pleased with it as I am/was with this Intex mattress.Read more ›
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Darlene Rodriguez on October 17, 2007
I was really happy with the purchase. We're in the process of moving, and we've been using this bed for almost one month and I have never had to put air on it again. One thing I don't like about it is the excessive noise that the air pump creates, but otherwise I really like the bed.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on March 28, 2009
First of all: Cudos to Amazon for fast delivery. I bought this bed online on 25 March and had the bed in my home on 27 March. Awesome!
ON TO MY REVIEW... I have slept on this bed for one night only, but I can say that it is comfortable and stable. Setup was fairly straight forward... To inflate the frame part, you don't need a nozzle/adapter, you just insert the inflate part of the a/c inflater into the inflater port of the bed frame. You do have to remove the cover of the port in order to do this. Also, as other reviewers have stated, the inflater does not want to stay inserted into the port. No biggie, just hold it in place till you are finished inflating the frame. Next, to inflate the mattress, you have to remove the inflater port cover same as with the frame. Select the big nozzle and place it on the inflater. Insert this into the inflater port on the mattress and inflate to the desired firmness. You will have to hold the inflater in place till you have finished inflating the mattress. Remember to replace the port covers when you have finished inflating both parts of the bed. If you use the airbed as a guest bed and frequently inflate and deflate it, you might want to do what one of the other reviewers suggested and rough up the inflater, nozzle and receiver ports on both parts of the bed to keep the inflater from popping off while inflating. That said, on to the rest of this review. This bed is not really 22 inches in height. The backrest/headboard part is... but the actual mattress height is about 17 to 18 inches. Also, the mattress part of the bed is NOT queen size. The actual measurements are about 57x77x8 inches (inflated). A queen mattress is 60x80 inches. My queen sheets are too large for this mattress.
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