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This one, Shelterin, is so far my favorite. I actually got it replaced because the first one I got leaked air overnight without usage so my replacement so far feels a lot better.
The Shelterin, impresses me because the material is TPU vs standard PVC that my last two airbeds were. The material difference is noticeable, heavier in weight, and would look like it’s more durable. We shall see how durable and reliable it is and if it lives up to its’ 2 year claim.
The packaging is much better presented vs the last two. Real branding on the box. Comes with a drawstring bag vs competitor tote bags.
I have no comment on the provided pillows and middle divider (yes it is removable) as I don’t need them.
The negatives are:
-The inflation holes (2) are located on the top left, behind the driver’s seat which is inconvenient as a right-hander. My last two air beds were located on the right side. This leaves me with an awkward locate the hole in the dark situation.
-Minor: The air pump is generic and doesn't come in it's own box, just bubbled-wrapped. Not a big deal, no comment if it worked or not since i have my old ones to use.
Overall, I recommend this product!
My fiance and I took a two week road trip around the eastern US this summer in my Buick LeSabre and I bought this with the intention of cutting costs as much as possible. This thing is surprisingly comfortable, and it fit the back seat of my car perfectly. The included pillows are a bit of a joke, but I just brought my own anyways.
Fits two adults comfortably, probably three if you don't mind cuddling a little. I'm 6'1", so I couldn't quite stretch out my legs all the way but that's not the bed's fault. It was stable on either side of the mattress, and only required minor re-inflation between uses.
We slept on it for two weeks straight except for one night we spent in a motel and had no issues. It did develop a leak later in the trip, but the included patch kit put an end to it in no time. Finding the hole was the hardest part, just have to squeeze it, and listen patiently for the sssssssssss.
Best $50 I ever spent considering it saved us two weeks of motel / hotel rooms.
The mattress is a tight fit in the back seat of an FJ Cruiser, but a combination of moving seats forward and not fully inflating did the trick.
Slept overnight when it was too windy to set up the tent and was very comfortable. Photo below shows this mattress in my FJ with a canvas blanket to protect it from puncture.
So, I saw this at TWICE the price of the other one, but excited by its TPU claim. I've had many PVC mattresses as I said, and they never lasted. So I've switched to the airspeed TPU mattresses and though they are much much better, they still don't have long-term success. But I just love this format,it's perfect for dogs or people in the car. Unfortunately, this mattress has two crucial parts - the mattress top part, and two "fillers" that make a level rest for the mattress by filling the voids between front and back seats. The mattress top is TPU, but the very important void filler parts are PVC, so as far as I'm concerned, it's very disingenuous to state this is a TPU mattress. If it lasts, I'll update, but I have very little faith at the moment. By the way, I paid over $60 a few days ago, and am quite sad to now see it at $50 when I came to write this review.