Coleman Soft Plush Top Inflated Quickbed
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- Soft plush top with comfort coils for added support
- AirTight system and Double Lock valve help prevent leaks
- Integrated Wrap 'N' Roll storage system for easy cleanup and storage
- Approximate inflated dimensions: 73 x 53 x 8 inches; fits standard size sheets
- For indoor use only
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From the manufacturer
ComfortStrong Coil Construction
Coil construction provides better support and a more even sleeping surface, reducing bulging found in airbeds using channel construction.
Double Lock Valve
The dual-sealed, leak-free valve uses the first seal to stop air from escaping when you remove the pump, while the second seal locks in the air as you sleep soundly.
Wrap 'N' Roll Storage System
Patented design to easily pack up your bed – just fold, roll and store.
Factory-tested to be leak-free and backed up with a 1-year limited warranty.
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A defective product.....which means the product is still under warranty.
So, I go to Coleman's website...and get the instructions on how to file a warranty claim: take photos (with date written on a piece of paper in frame), etc. Fill out the online form which includes uploading Amazon's invoice .pdf and photos. Click "Submit" and.....
......didn't hear a word back from Coleman. No "confirming email", which as most of us know, is common protocol in 2016.
Soooo.....I repeat the whole warrant claim submission again on August 4....and....still have no email confirmation. Haven't a clue what's going on.
Amazon's product purchase fulfillment was great.....but Coleman's product that I purchase is defective....and Coleman's warranty performance is horrible.
Well, let me correct that. I'm on my third in that long (so two lasted about 5 weeks each daily use).
They tend to develop failures in the many seams, so while the bed itself is actually really comfortable and works really well, I think it just is not made for serious one-person use for extended periods. Get as spare bedding for occasional use, but not good as a primary [and yes, I'll decide what kind of mattress to get to replace air...]
I've managed to get them for ~$25 so they're a cheap way to go, and the warranty says to return in the box to Coleman directly so I'm going to try that out (I neglected to save the packaging for the first one). If they are helpful I'll give them a star back, but for now it's well-constructed but can fail on you with zero notice, and patching wasn't successful in my cases.