Aerobed Sleep Away Full Inflatable Bed
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- Full-sized inflatable bed with soft, velvety top
- Innovative hands-free pump inflates and deflates the bed in less than 60 seconds
- Constructed of puncture-resistant, heavy-gauge, non-allergenic PVC vinyl
- Interior coil construction for added support and comfort
- Inflates to 9 inches thick; measures 74 by 54 inches
Top Customer Reviews
Easy to deflate and put away, too. It practically folds itself back up.
It inflates very easily. All you have to do is plug it into the power outlet, twist the knob and it starts inflating. To deflate it, just twist the knob in the other direction. It comes with a storage bag which fits well with some room to spare.
The only thing that I don't like about this mattress is that it smells like plastic when new. It takes a while for this smell to go away. But overall ... I like it and I'd buy it again.
So far I'm very happy with this product, well worth the money.
I was skeptical at first having never owned or slept on one. I am very pleased with it. The pump inflates quickly as advertised in about 2 min and deflating is just as easy. The firmness can be adjusted to the firmness you like. It's easy to roll up and store in the supplied storage bag.
I've been setting the bed up at night & deflating in the am. Takes just minutes.
It's just as comfortable as a mattress.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Seems to deflate after a couple of nights, so I have to reinflate it again and again for it to stay the same firmness. Read morePublished 11 months ago by T in Chicago
Awesome for the little sister going off to college. 1,2,3 and it's blown up with no issues. Sturdy and good to use when guess come over.Published 19 months ago by Alicia Wilson
Super strong, comfortable and it still works two years later. Great for an emergency guest bed.Published 20 months ago by DKK
I sent to my son who was moving into new home, until his furniture was out of storage. It did not last a month and would be deflated by morning. Read morePublished 20 months ago by M. Gibson