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Intex Comfort Plush Elevated Dura-Beam Airbed with Built-in Electric Pump, Bed Height 22", Queen
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- Polyester Fiber
- Made in USA
- Inflatable Queen airbed for home use engineered with Fiber-Tech™ Construction
- Built-in, high-powered electric pump for hassle-free inflation and deflation, inflates mattress in approximately 4 and 1/2 minutes to the desired firmness
- Waterproof flocked top raised 22 inches from floor with indented sides to keep your fitted sheets from slipping
- Duffel bag included for easy storage and transport. Dimensions: 60 x 22 x 80 inches (W x H x L), 600-Pound capacity
- Please ensure the inflation dial is turned fully to the inflate or deflate position for optimal performance
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High-Power, Built-In AC Electric Pump
The built-in pump makes inflation and deflation simple. At full power, the airbed inflates in under 5 minutes. The pump plugs into any standard 110-120V home outlet and can be turned on with just the touch of a button for maximum convenience. However, if you want to use the bed for travel, a separate pump can also be used to inflate the bed; simply insert the nozzle of your separate pump into the center of the inflation dial while it is set to inflate, and begin inflating.
|Item Dimensions||22 x 60 x 80 inches|
|Item Display Weight||21 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||22.05 pounds|
|Size||Queen, Bed Height 22"|
The Comfort Plush Elevated Airbed is a part of the Dura-Beam series of airbeds that are providing amazing durability for years of lasting comfort. The secret is in the Fiber-Tech beam construction, which is comprised of thousands of high-strength polyester fibers that provide enhanced comfort, stability and support. Each bed is covered in plush flocking that is soft to the touch, and the horizontal air chambers provide added stability and support around the entire bed. The mattress is also equipped with a quality-tested, 20.8-gauge waterproof flocked top and 16-gauge sides and bottom for durability. And best of all, the Comfort Plush mattress is remarkably easy to inflate thanks to the built-in, high-powered electric pump, which does its job in a mere 3-1/2 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 Comfort Plush is raised 22 inches from the floor, making it far taller than most inflatable mattresses. And at 60 by 22 by 80 inches (W x H x L), the mattress is an official queen size, making it a good fit for fitted sheets. The Comfort Plush Queen bed--which offers a capacity of 600 pounds--is a terrific choice whether you're sleeping at the in-law's overcrowded house or setting up a guest bed in the basement. The mattress comes with an AC power cord and a duffel bag (for storage). 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.If electrical power is not available then a separately operated pump can be connected to the control valve for inflation: simply turn the control dial to the inflation symbol, insert the air pump nozzle into the valve at the center of the control dial, and inflate the airbed.
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It was easy and quick to inflate. VERY comfortable and the best part was the price - $55! Where can you buy a Queen Bed for that price? my final words are; if you are thinking of buying an airbed you can't go wrong buying this one. We LOVE ours!
Don't get this if you don't like hard mattresses, and sleep on your side. If you sleep on your back, it's okay. but the center is too hard for side sleeping, deflating is undesirable if you're sleeping as a couple, because of bounce, and the edges are actually too soft so you tend to roll off when you move to that from the super hard center beams.
I dont give 2 stars lightly. If it were just me i'd of given it a 3... But both my wife and i regret buying this. we were both sore after the first night, from side sleeping.
Yes, Deflating a little did help some but then you run into other problems. such as it becomes bouncy and tends to roll you off the edges if you get near one, and also bounces your wife around if you get up in the night to take a leak. which, is nearly the entire point of wanting a firm one for us.
I'm not a hater, I give 4 starts on amazon all the time, even 5 for really great products. We've had other intex mattresses. I think our last was an 18" and it was firm, and not uncomfortable, fully inflated as God intended.
We use these while camping, and after 4 nights on it, with consecutively slightly less air pressure (that parts normal, none of these 50$ air mattresses hold air perfectly forever, get real people.) it's definitely the least comfortable mattress we've bought. the over-the-top hardness of the center (I can only assume it's the durabeams) definitely impacted our sleep quality, and that's hard to do when you're out of shape and worn out from camping (and drinking).
I want to return it and try again, but technically it wasn't defective and it smells like camp smoke. also we burned the box, heh. sigh well probably keep it as a back up and try again. waste of 50$ and storage space. actually i paid 64$ at the time for this.
There's another flaw as well or i'd give it a 3. if you are on your side and rotate near an edge, it doesn't do a good job of keeping you on the bed in that case. the "unqiue edge construction" was not something I liked. again, this is unlike previous mattresses. not sure im going to get another this tall again. might just be a typical problem when they get this tall for all i know. but it seems to me if the durabeams went all the way to the edge, or closer, at least this part wouldnt be a problem (and the edges are part of why deflating it some to make it softer isnt compelling.)