Engineered with a unique dual-chamber design, the Rising Comfort Air Bed delivers both the convenience of a portable air bed and the comfort associated with sleeping on a raised surface. The lower chamber functions like a box-spring platform found on a traditional bed, offering added firmness and stability. The upper chamber, complete with adjustable firmness, creates a soft, supportive mattress. Internal double-layer I-beam construction prevents swaying. Plush, waterproof, nylon-flocked top keeps bedding from sliding. Built-in Fast-Fill 120-volt electric pump plugs into the wall and lets you quickly inflate both chambers in about two minutes. Includes duffel bag with shoulder strap. Imported. Twin weight capacity: 300 lbs. Queen weight capacity: 600 lbs. Dimensions: 60 x 80 x 20. Size: TWIN.
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Intex Comfort-Rest Rising Comfort Air Bed (TWIN) Loading...
||Cot or Air Bed? Air beds
are more portable and, truthfully, probably more comfortable as they
are larger. However, cots don't have to be inflated (saving time)
nor can they ever develop a leak. Air beds, though, are easier to
store and take up less space.
||Truck Air Bed? Aren't they
cool? Wish I had one for my own pickup truck! Don't know what they
are? Truck air beds are designed to fit in the bed of a pickup truck,
and have been "cut-out" to slip in around the wheel-wells.
||Durability Issues. The
higher quality air beds are tough and durable. The same cannot be
said for the sub $30 ones...which often develop leaks over time.
No biggie if you don't use it a lot, but if you do....well, leaking
air is a problem, isn't it?
||How Big? If you plan on
using the air bed in a tent, make sure it's small enough to fit...some
air beds are huge! Otherwise, if space isn't an issue, get the larger
air bed, as I've found they are more comfortable.
||Inflation Time. Many air
beds now come with electric pumps, making inflation a breeze. If
the bed only comes with a bellows pump (manual pump), allow about
10 minutes to inflate it.
||Do NOT over-inflate. Most
varieties of air beds are meant to be inflated to around 3/4 of capacity.
You want some "give" in the air bed when you lay down on it. Read
directions of your air bed model for exact specifications. Repeated
over-inflation can lead to leaks and ripping of the seams.