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Intex Intex Raised Downy Air Mattress - Queen

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  • Location, temperature, and humidity will affect the firmness of the airbed. 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 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.
  • Air mattress material may stretch depending on the number of persons using the mattress, duration of use, changes in temperature and other factors. Temperature is an important factor in the firmness of the mattress, and noticeable temperature changes may temporarily stretch the material. It may appear that the mattress looks slightly deflated, but this behavior is normal and is not a defect. Especially when used over a period of several days, air mattresses almost always require additional air to be added each day. Do not over-inflate the mattress in anticipation of this, which often results in burst seams or unnatural bulges in the shape. When using the air mattress in tents or outdoors, check the ground for sharp objects that may tear holes in it. While indoors, keep away from heaters and fireplaces to avoid melting or rapid stretching of the material.
  • Lower chamber functions as box spring to provide firmness and support; easily inflates and deflates with high-powered, built-in electric pump
  • Waterproof flocked top. Raised queen-sized inflatable airbed with dual chamber construction.
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  • Product Description

    Make every over-night stay a comfortable one with the Intex Raised Downy Air Mattress - Queen. This comfy, durable air mattress is constructed of heavy-duty vinyl for years of use. The raised top on this mattress provides extra comfort, and the built-in pump is an added convenience. Available in queen size and measures 60L x 80W x 22H inches inflated. Includes a handy carrying bag for easy storage and transport. About Intex Intex has been the world leader in the design and production of high-quality, innovative products for indoor and outdoor recreation for more than 40 years. The company's above ground pools, pool accessories, and pool toys are recognized around the world for their tremendous value. Intex is committed to designing and manufacturing products that meet stringent safety standards. The company conducts intensive testing on finished products to ensure the highest standards of quality and safety. The testing serves as a final check to make sure the products will provide years of satisfying and safe use. The products are sold to customers in more than 100 countries. Comfortable air mattress. Thick, plush style. Constructed of durable vinyl. Flocked water-proof sleeping surface. Convenient built-in pump. Available in queen size.

    Product Details

    Size: queen
    • Product Dimensions: 18 x 14.5 x 7.5 inches ; 3 pounds
    • Shipping Weight: 21.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
    • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
    • Origin: Atlanta, Ga.
    • ASIN: B000M0MJU2
    • Item model number: 66717E
    • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3,607 customer reviews)
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    Very easy to inflate and deflate.
    Ophelia A. Conquet
    I got to use it for a month ... then it popped from one of the seams on the side ... I tried to seal the hole but it kept getting bigger and bigger.
    Ozgur Bozkurt
    The first night I slept on it, it was comfortable, but in the morning hours, when I woke up, I had to pump it up more because it lost air.
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    Most Helpful Customer Reviews

    953 of 989 people found the following review helpful By Ms. Deborah S. Eidson on October 15, 2008
    Size Name: queen
    As a Vacation Rental owner I need additional beds to accommodate large groups. Having a leaky air mattress deflate on a guest would be a nightmare for me. Having all ages of guests it is important that the mattresses be double high or 22" or about. Who wants to be inches off the floor? My requirements are; comfort, durability, ease of inflating and deflating, ease for user to control firmness and support, and storage. I have tried all of the air mattresses on the market, from inexpensive to high dollar, with and without built in pumps, low to high profiles. Before double high mattresses where on the market I would stack two mattresses on top of each other, well it was comfortable it had a tendency to walk off each other. Mattresses without built-in pumps would somehow need the adaptor that wasn't put back in my pump bag. If the pump was exposed my over zealous tenants would inevitably take it off to deflate the mattress and parts would often get lost or broken. I have enough different brands of mattresses that I can stack to the ceiling.

    When I discovered Intex air mattresses my fears were put to rest. They have proven to be the most comfortable, inexpensive solution that outlasts the competition in durability and reliability. I have 10 twins and 2 Queens and every one of them is leak free and they are about 2 years old and I feel they are still reliable. They hold up to the ware and tare of extended use and various users. The pumps are encased so they can't be taken out or leak air, many external pumps I found would be the source for slow air leaks. I can inflate/deflate, and fold them easily to go back in their supplied tote bag. Many of my guests have been so impressed with their comfort, comparing them to a sleep number mattress; they have asked were they could buy one.
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    532 of 576 people found the following review helpful By Staring At.... on January 12, 2006
    Size Name: queen
    I originally bought this bed as a "quick fix" as I was moving into a new apartment. After the first few nights of using it, I was impressed enough to delay my plans to purchase a real bed. Unfortunately, I noticed that it had started to develop small leaks after using it continuously for three years. Patching it up worked at first, but six months later, another small leak developed and I knew it was time to replace it.

    Having struck gold once, I bought a similar air bed at from a different company. It was okay but after one night on it, I decided that I need to patch up the old bed one last time until I order a replacement for it. The soft mattress top on my Rising Comfort really makes a difference, the other one was just an air bed. I'm ordering another ASAP, but I'm deciding on which model to purchase.

    I don't expect that very many people would be looking to purchase this as their main bed. But I would recommend it for whatever purpose it is needed for. Speaking for myself, I experienced very little air loss for the first few years without ever taking it down. Before I had a leak, I recall only using the pump a few times to make it more firm. I'm wondering if those who had trouble received defective units or had problems with the cap when periodically deflating and sorting it.
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    275 of 312 people found the following review helpful By M. Davis on March 19, 2008
    Size Name: queen Verified Purchase
    We love this air bed! It is tall enough you don't have to struggle to get in and out of bed. Our last air bed was too low to the ground, it was so hard to get up and down. The built on air pump is great too, it is so easy to add more air or release air and the cord fits into a nice little compartment. We had no problem using a fitted sheet on it either :) It is really comfortable and so easy to use. Inflating and deflating is fast and simple. And the best part is that it fits into the drawstring bag (included) making it very portable and easy to store away. Only recommendation is to buy a foam pad, because if its cold then the air in the bed is cold and then its impossible to stay warm.
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    341 of 394 people found the following review helpful By Michael Early on November 3, 2008
    Size Name: queen
    I purchased this product and it worked very good the first two times. Afterwards, I blew it up and 2 huge knots came in the middle. I was careful not to over fill it with air. With this being within a reasonable time from the purchase date, I called Intex and explained the situation. They barely spoke English and would not allow me to speak to a supervisor. They stated that all supervision was located in China and not available to speak to customers. They simply refused to negotiate any kind of customer satisfaction. In its current condition, the bed is not usable.
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    99 of 115 people found the following review helpful By Atomicwasteland VINE VOICE on December 4, 2007
    Size Name: queen Verified Purchase
    I really like this bed. We have guests over from time to time and since we've gotten this bed, our extra accomodations have gotten a lot nicer. Though we have an extra room, sometimes we have a third visitor who needs some other sort of accomodation. In the past it was the couch, but after we bought this bed we haven't looked back...

    I researched several inflatable beds and I ended up purchasing what I had hoped to be the best value and comfort in those beds. I have not been disappointed.

    The bed blows up in around 4 minutes at just the touch of a button -no more using foot pumps or blowing up by mouth. A nice feature here is that to let air out of the mattress the next morning all you do is twist this really large valve and a hole about the size of a half dollar piece lets out all the air about as quickly as it took to blow it up. There is absolutely no need to stand on the bed and try to push the air out of it -95% will come out just by the weight of the mattress pushing down on itself.

    And now for the only problem I've encountered with this bed so far, and the reason I reduced my rating by one star... The canvas container for the bed is too small, and it is a pain to use. However, after the first time or two you will probably figure out the trick to folding the bed into the right proportion (thirds instead of doubles?) and then it will actually fit into the container -though you might need someone to help you pull the canvas bag over the folded bed. (Regardless, this design was just silly. Make the bag about 25% larger and you will have happier customers!)

    One other annoying thing. The straps attached to the canvas bags have no padding, and the bed is pretty heavy. I got shallow cuts on my shoulder from carrying the bed for about 5 minutes.
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