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Intex Pillow Rest Queen Airbed with Built-in Electric Pump
Our mid-rise airbed provides all of the great benefits travelers are looking for in the comfort of a bed, plus the convenience of easy transport. Quality tested 20.8 gauge waterproof flocked top with 15 gauge vinyl beams and 16 gauge sides and bottom. Measures approximately 62" x 80" x 18.5"Made of dual chamber construction, the mattress is raised 18 1/2" from the floor for convenience Includes an A/C 120 Volt Electric Pump, built-in to the mattress. Inflating time is about 3 1/2 minutes. A built-in pillow provides additional bed-like comfort. Deflates completely for travel and storage. Includes a duffle bag for storage. NOTE: Over-inflating can cause the product to malfunction. Intex Customer Service Number: (800) 234-6839 Hours: Monday to Friday 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM PST
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.
Measurements will vary based on customer's inflation. 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.
Inflatable queen airbed with built-in electric pump for home use
Waterproof flocked top with vinyl beams and sturdy construction
High-powered pump inflates mattress in approximately 3 minutes
Raised 17.5 inches from floor; built-in pillows for added comfort
600-pound capacity; measures 60 x 16.5 x 80 inches (W x H x D)
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214 of 244 found the following review helpful:
Seems good but does not last longOct 18, 2007
By S. Assefnia
I bought this airbed couple of month ago. Two people can easily sleep on it and the pump comes in very handy but unfortunately it lasted only 1 month and all the walls that separate the chambers detached from the surface and exactly one night after that the bed was completely out of air! Buying this kind of mattress was a big mistake. If you want one to last-long, go for a bed with just one chamber.
143 of 165 found the following review helpful:
The Best on the MarketAug 08, 2007
By R. Franco
The best money I have ever spent was on this mattress. This was actually the second one I had ordered. The first one that I had ordered 3 years ago was terrific. It was punctured by a childrens toy, but in all fairness to the mattress it is very durable and fell victim to an extreme amount of horseplay by some children. The second mattress which I recieved a couple of days ago is just as great as the one I ordered 3 years ago. In fact, it is better. Some minor improvements such as a storage compartment for the pumps power cord and eaiser adjustments on the firmness control on the pump are so convenient. Also comes with an ample amount of patches and glue to secure any tears that may occur. Rest assure though through normal use you will never need the repair kit. This air mattress is used daily and since inflating it on monday(today is wednesday) no air has been lost. With the old mattress I had to refill a tiny amount of air usually once a month. This is the mattress to get. You will not regret it. Take advantage of Amazons promotion as well like I did. It qualified for the free shipping and when applying for the Amazon Visa Card they deducted $30.00 off of the purchase making my total payment for this mattress only $19.95. You can't beat that!!!!!!!!
36 of 41 found the following review helpful:
Dont waste your money!Apr 08, 2010
By B. Jacob
I bought this air mattress and had it for two weeks before it went to crap. I dont know what happened but I believe that the chambers "burst" and now it is like sleeping on a moon bounce! Only half is screwed up and the other half deflated it seriously is the weirdest thing. Thank goodness I bought this from amazon and they refunded my money.
58 of 69 found the following review helpful:
Great, but SCARY!Feb 08, 2011
So it was a really great deal - a bed under $50, with free shipping with a whole lot of 5-star reviews and only a little bit of 1-star ones... But you know how it goes - people don't like the color of the shipping package, or the UPS truck was delayed 2.5 hours on the day of the deliver, and they rate the product 1 star... So, I went ahead and ordered this bed, and... it was Magnificent!!!
The best bed I've ever slept on, within the last 3.5 years of my graduate studies (not counting a King bed in Hilton near San-Francisco airport). I really love this bed. The original order was placed on October 12th.
The bed was beautiful, sturdy, big enough, comfortable enough, high enough, strong enough, or soft enough if you pump some air out. The pump is a little bit loud if you run it at night, but I never had issues with the neighbors. I had to add some air every week or so. Also it seemed to be a little bit higher on one end, maybe a couple of centimeters, and I noticed that the bed was shifting along the room every night - probably was sliding a little bit when I was getting up or lying down. Nothing really important. GREAT bed.
The scary part starts now: today, 4 month after the purchase (and the limited warranty covers the product for how many days? right, 90 days ;) ), I was woken up by a noise, and beatings, which felt and sounded like my head was attached to a jackhammer, which was drilling the oil well all the way down to lake "Vostok" in Antarctica. I first thought that someone was shooting in my bedroom, but there was nobody else, and I realized that whatever happened started near the legs and crept all the way towards the head. Neck not hurting anymore, shock still in place, I woke up faster than ever before, and the truth enlightened me: the bed was undergoing an upgrade.
I don't know what's inside there, but what googleing revealed is that there are some chambers inside the bed, and some rubber walls which hold the top and bottom together, and those get detached and the bed transforms into a balloon. Mine is still kinda rectangular, but instead of being queen bed, it's now "split" into two twin bed counterparts by a tall, 15-cm hill right in the middle. This hill is even higher than the head support one! It's still possible to sleep on either side of the hill, and even on the hill itself, it's kinda fun, and what's more important is that the bed still holds air perfectly well!
Honestly, I don't mind sleeping on a balloon, as long as it provides a solid rigid support for the body, but I really don't want to be woken up at night by these explosions and drilling punches / pushes / munches. I should probably get some courage, approach the bed and try to sleep on it tonight, and hope we can find a compromise. It's not because of the expired warranty that I'm not returning the bed, it's because it's so good and reliable friend... :)
P.S. But honestly, come on, I understand it might not be made for everyday use, but how on Earth do you guys, dear valuable developers, managed to calculate the warranty period so precisely? Just couple of weeks after the expiration, and BAMMM... nice job ;)
26 of 29 found the following review helpful:
sleeping wellFeb 12, 2010
i purchased this queen air mattress to use for company. it's a true queen - love it. std sheets with deep pockets fit well. it is easy to set up, fills in about 3 mins. to take down, you simply turn the knob to expel the air which took about 3 mins also. the carry bag is very handy and the quality is very good. i would recommend this product to a friend.
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