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Coleman Cot with Air Bed Twin

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Forget youre camping when youre sleeping on this cot with an integrated air bed. The heavy-duty steel frame features an extended side table with a cup holder that holds more than just a water bottle safely store your keys, glasses and more while you rest. Includes carry case and pump. Pump requires four D batteries (not included). Imported. Weight capacity: 300 lbs. Dimensions: 74L x 40.5W x 23.5H.

Price : $ 149.99


Coleman Cot with Air Bed Twin Loading...

Cots Checklist

Cot Pad or Airbed on Top? Good's and bad's to each. Cot pads are easier to setup (just roll them out), but are bulkier and heavier. Airbeds have to be inflated, but take little room when packed and are light. I vote for the cot pad, myself.
Any Accessories? Some cots have a myriad of accessories available. Do you need them? Who knows...but it's something to think about.
Why Do I Need a Cot Pad or Airbed? Warmth and Comfort! Both insulate the sleeper from the cold air below the cot. And both add extra softness for a good night's sleep.
How Long? Better to have a cot that is a "touch to long" than a "touch to short."
Does Weight Matter? Unless your packing your cot into the wilderness by horse, weight probably isn't an issue. But, if it does matter, read each cots specs carefully...some of them can be quite heavy (over 30 pounds).
Weight Capacity. Check the weight capacity of the cot. Some cots can be a bit "wimpy" in how much weight they can safely and comfortably hold.

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