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What's the best air bed?

Last summer I've been out for a weekend camping trip and I slept on a terrible camp air bed. Every morning I woke up with my back on the floor and sometimes I even found myself on a sharp stone.

Next summer, I will repeat the experience but this time I want to sleep well and wake up rest, not hurting! What is the best aero bed I can buy? I would like to have one that you can inflate very quickly because I spent 20 minutes every night to try to make that air bed comfortable enough.

 

Tue, 23/04/2013 - 15:25

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I think Intex produces the best inflatable aero beds on the market. And the advantage is that you can use them at home too, if you have some guests or for yourself. I can ensure you that you will sleep peacefully! Moreover, these blow up mattresses include an electric pump that allows you to blow it up in less then three minutes.

Thu, 25/04/2013 - 17:00

At home I have an Aerobed raised air bed that all of my guests have appreciated. It is 26'' tall so that you have the feeling to be on a real mattress. They inflate in 3 minutes and deflate in 60 seconds. You can also have a remote control to adjust the hardness of your air bed once you're lying on it. And if you want to spoil yourself or your guests, I suggest you to buy a Aerobed Raised bed with Headboard. This brand produces very resistant and durable air beds made in non-allergenic PVC that you can wash in your washing machine. Have a look at the picture and tell me if you don't like it!

Sun, 28/04/2013 - 10:29

Unfortunately my experiences with air beds have all been a failure, maybe because I've never slept on the right one. Anyway, when I have a camping trip, I usually use a fold up cot bed. It is less handy than an air bed and yet if you travel by car you have no problem to carry it. And in a few seconds you have your bed ready.

Tue, 30/04/2013 - 21:02

I think Intex produces the best inflatable aero beds on the market. And the advantage is that you can use them at home too, if you have some guests or for yourself. I can ensure you that you will sleep peacefully! Moreover, these blow up mattresses include an electric pump that allows you to blow it up in less then three minutes.

Thu, 25/04/2013 - 17:00

At home I have an Aerobed raised air bed that all of my guests have appreciated. It is 26'' tall so that you have the feeling to be on a real mattress. They inflate in 3 minutes and deflate in 60 seconds. You can also have a remote control to adjust the hardness of your air bed once you're lying on it. And if you want to spoil yourself or your guests, I suggest you to buy a Aerobed Raised bed with Headboard. This brand produces very resistant and durable air beds made in non-allergenic PVC that you can wash in your washing machine. Have a look at the picture and tell me if you don't like it!

Sun, 28/04/2013 - 10:29

Unfortunately my experiences with air beds have all been a failure, maybe because I've never slept on the right one. Anyway, when I have a camping trip, I usually use a fold up cot bed. It is less handy than an air bed and yet if you travel by car you have no problem to carry it. And in a few seconds you have your bed ready.

Tue, 30/04/2013 - 21:02
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