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- Waterproof flocked top
- Assorted bright fun colors
- Soft flocking for extra comfort
- 34 1/2" x 62" x 7" (88cm x 157cm x 18cm)
- Includes inflatable flocked pillow and repair patch
- Not for use by children under 15 months
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The perfect airbed for kids with soft, inflatable pillows in three fun and exciting colors! It will come in handy for sleepovers, nap time and travel, without sacrificing comfort or convenience!
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I used a pump we had for larger mattresses to blow these up without any issues and it was a lot faster and easier to do than the big mattress that we use for camping. I took a photo and attached it of one of them laying across the top of a twin bed so you can see it really is pretty close to twin size. I use twin sheets on it and just wrapped the edges under. My 6 year olds are average size and weight (about 45lbs each) and these beds have room to grow. The little pillows are nice because normal pillows do not travel well. The kids used these in the car as well.
The price was great, I think I caught a sale but under $40 for TWO was alot less than I paid each for the raised cots I had that the kids broke. Those raised cots needed to have egg shell crate pad on them in order to be remotely comfortable as well. The only thing that would make these better is matching bag to store them in.
UPDATE: These are still holding up well. I may purchase two more so that when I host cousins week (I have two nieces similar ages to my girls) we can have them all in the gameroom for an indoor campout. I was worried when my 85lb German Shepherd walked on them a couple times but still no holes or leaking.
I bought this for my 18 month old to use as a crib from Disney World. to fence him in, I got the Ozark Trail Kids Camping Tent $15 from Walmart. What's special about that tent? Nothing, except that it's 3'x5', meaning that it is the same size as the bed! So the tent and the airbed together will work like crib so that the baby can't get out or fall out of bed. See my picture. I cut some holes in the tent so that the baby can see out -- the tent doesn't have much mesh. It's benefit, however, is that it is extremely small and light weight. See the black sack next to the baby? That's the sack that holds the whole tent! The tent weighs a pound is all. It is the smallest tent I've ever seen. The airbed is 4 pounds, so together they are 5 pounds total! Not bad for carrying on the airplane.
Hotels let you borrow playpens as cribs, which are OK when babies are young. Now my baby is too big for the playpen (he's average in weight and height), plus the playpen bottom is hard and baby will cry all night to be sleeping on that hard surface. This way, baby is nice and comfortable and secure, plus I have him practice sleeping in the tent and airbed before our trip to make sure that he is happy with the arrangement.
Hey, camping companies out there, will you please make a tent-airbed combination for older babies to use as portable cribs so that I don't have to make my own? And when you do, please add more mesh to the tent so that the baby can see out and I don't have to cut holes (so crude!). Be sure to use a regular airbed valve, and keep the valve near the door of the tent for easy access to refill air. Thanks!
Remember, your baby need to be older than a year to use airbeds, to avoid SIDS.
Update later in the day: after I wrote the above review, I put the baby in the tent for a nap. He didn't make a peep, just fell nicely asleep and slept for 2 hours, right through all the talking and piano playing of the rest of the family in the living room. The tent kept him nicely on the airbed. Then later in the day, I put the baby in again so that I could take a 20 minute nap, and he wasn't sleepy, but he didn't complain, just lay in there quietly until I went to pick him up! I thought it would take a few days for the baby to get used to the tent-airbed arrangement, but guess not! One day and baby is already good to go!
We use this mattress when we have many guests staying, and also plan to take it on vacation.Because it is not full size, it can fit in spaces where a large airbed could not. It's also pretty fun to play with, and my daughter likes to pretend to go camping in her room, or pretend the mattress is a raft. It's pretty small when deflated and can be easily stored when not in use.
While this airbed doesn't have many negatives, there are a few things to note. The inflatable pillow it comes with is not very comfortable, and your child may need a real pillow. The inflatable pillow does make a cute airbed for a doll or stuffed animal, however. Also, this airbed doesn't fit any standard sheets. We use twin sheets and tuck the excess under the foot of the airbed.
Overall, this is a very cute airbed!