Integrated pump lets you select firmness level and shuts off automatically at your chosen setting. Continuously monitors air pressure, and a silent secondary pump engages automatically to maintain consistent firmness and comfort while you sleep.
Must be used with continual access to an electric socket, so a better choice for indoor use than for camping.
Great for camping when space is at a premium. Good for family gatherings where you need a lot of extra beds, especially for kids. Plush flocked top helps keep sheets in place. 2-in-1 valve with extra-wide opening.
No pump included, so be sure to take one with you. Internal chamber seals sometimes leak.
Efficient. Comfortable, even for larger individuals, up to 300 lbs. Built-in electric pump inflates and deflates in about 3 minutes. Waterproof flocked top with double-layered wave vinyl beam interior construction. Built-in pillows.
Sometimes has a strong smell at first, but it dissipates.
Valve design doesn't let air escape when you open to add more air. Comfortable and durable for those at or above weight capacity. Tall height makes it more usable for seniors. Built-in-pillow. Valve works with manual and electric pumps.
Pump is not included, so be sure to take one with you.
Stands up to clawed pets. Raised edges keep children from rolling off. Antimicrobial treated sleep surface resists odor, mold, mildew and fungus. Soft, comfortable plush top. Built-in SwiftRise 120V performance pump inflates bed in under 2 minutes.
Can't hold person's weight if they sit on the edge, but is extremely stable in other parts.
Twin airbeds are the perfect size to have on hand at your home. You can inflate these air mattresses as needed, such as when the kids have a last-minute sleepover. They’re great for camping too. After sleeping on them, you can deflate the twin airbeds, fold them flat, and store them in a small area. Most twin airbeds ship with a small air pump or are built with an automatic inflation mechanism. These items help you inflate the bed quickly and easily. However, if you want to save some money, pick a twin-size airbed without an included pump. Then use your own air pump to inflate it. Manufacturers rate twin airbeds based on the amount of weight they can support.
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