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Intex Pillow Rest Raised Airbed with Built-in Pillow and Electric Pump, Twin
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- Inflatable twin airbed with built-in electric pump for home use
- Waterproof flocked top with vinyl beams, sturdy construction, and built-in pillows for added comfort
- High-powered, built-in pump makes inflation and deflation easy, inflates mattress in approximately 3 minutes
- Double-layered wave beam interior construction, raised 18 inches from floor
- Standard twin size - 39 x 18 x 75 (W x H x L) - great for fitted sheets, 300-Pound capacity.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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|Item Dimensions||16.5 x 39 x 75 inches|
|Item Display Weight||13 pounds|
|Item Weight||11.5 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||13.25 pounds|
|Special Size Type||Twin|
Offering all the benefits of the Intex Raised Downy airbed but with the added advantage of lighter weight and mid-rise height, the Intex Pillow Rest inflatable airbed is ideal for travelers who want the comforts of a bed but the convenience of a blow-up mattress. The Pillow Rest is equipped with a quality-tested, 20.8-gauge, waterproof flocked top, along with 15-gauge vinyl beams and 16-gauge sides and bottom. The resulting surface is comfortable and secure, whether you're sleeping at the in-laws' overcrowded house or setting up a guest bed in the basement. In addition, the Pillow Rest is remarkably easy to inflate thanks to the built-in, high-powered electric pump, which does its job in a mere three minutes. No more fussing with tiring hand or foot pumps or rummaging through the garage for your detached electric pump. And should the mattress feel a little too soft or firm, you can customize the comfort level with the touch of a button.
The Pillow Rest is raised 18 inches from the floor, making it far taller than most inflatable mattresses, and includes built-in pillows for added comfort. And at 39 by 18 by 75 inches (W x H x L), the mattress is an official twin size, making it a good fit for fitted sheets. The Pillow Rest--which offers a capacity of 300 pounds--comes with an AC power cord, a shoulder strap, and a duffel bag.
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.
The Pillow Rest is raised 17.5 inches from the floor, making it far taller than most inflatable mattresses, and includes built-in pillows for added comfort. And at 40 by 18.5 by 75 inches (W x H x L), the mattress is an official twin size, making it a good fit for fitted sheets. The Pillow Rest--which offers a capacity of 300 pounds--comes with an AC power cord, a shoulder strap, and a duffel bag.
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.
Top Customer Reviews
There seemed to be two sticking points with people. First, did the thing come with a pump, and how did it feel? Price too to a lesser extent. I did notice that some beds do not come with a pump, and you're looking at an additional $25 on average for a decent sized pump. We were looking for something decent, I didn't want the cheapest one imaginable, but I wasn't looking to break the bank either.
So I happened upon this one. After reading the reviews, I decided to take the plunge. My wife has slept on it for a couple of nights, and has said it is OK. I think that's what most people here who are ragging on it aren't taking into account. THIS IS AN AIR BED. If you buy this (or any other one) expecting it to feel the same as your regular box spring and mattress, then you're missing the point. Air beds aren't meant to be the same. My wife says it's comfortable enough, but she wouldn't want to sleep on it long term. Which is the point of these. Short term bed. It feels great. It has kind of a water bed feel to it (especially if you don't fill it to max capacity).
The air pump is built into the unit, you basically open a hatch, take out the plug, put it in the wall, and go. You run the pump by deciding whether or not you are going to inflate or deflate it (it sucks air out too). It filled the whole thing in about 2-3 minutes.Read more ›
There are two significant names in makers of at-home air beds: Aerobed and Intex. (Coleman seems to be targeted more for camping use and their beds by most accounts seem to be cheaper and less comfortable than these other two more residential brands.) Aerobed costs three to four times more than comparable Intex products, and it may not surprise you to hear that the Intex also offers significantly lower quality along with the lower cost.
This model, the Intex high-rise twin size (18" high) appeared decent at first inspection. Unlike Aerobed, which insists that every sleeper must fit comfortably on a 74" long mattress, the Intex is 80" so taller sleepers or those who like their pillow under the top of their heads rather than under their necks will be more comfy.
Unfortunately this is the only advantage Intex has over Aerobed. The Intex feels mushier even at maximum inflation, so the "adjustable firmness" feature on the Inex is wasted unless you like sleeping in jello, as even maximum pressure inflation will be as soft as most users want.
The main problem with the Intex is that the motor to inflate it is inside the bed. Aerobed uses a detachable inflating motor.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Exactly what I needed and great value. My niece used one and my sister liked it so much for her that she asked me where I had bought it so she could buy one too.Published 1 hour ago by slim
When you first put air in the mattress it is nice and firm, by the time you wake up in the morning the mattress loses a lot of air, it becomes very flaccidPublished 3 hours ago by Mrs. D
I wasn't crazy about the idea of getting an air mattress but I needed something temporarily. I chose this on based reviews and I am not at all disappointed. Read morePublished 11 hours ago by Alexis T.
I wished if they add a monitor to tell me when to stop inflating airPublished 17 hours ago by Marthad A.
purchased this and didnt use it until after a month or so when I had a guest come over. When we put the air in it, it kept deflating. We then noticed a big hole. Read morePublished 1 day ago by rooj
The first one had a hole in the seam, as I was blowing it up I could hear a hiss. Found the hole right away. Sent it back and Amazon sent me another one. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Tanya R. Carter