Aerobed Twin 18" Comfort Adjust Antimicrobial Air Mattress

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You'll always be prepared to host someone overnight if you've got this AeroBed on hand. Keep it tucked in a closet until you need it; safely stowed in its carry bag. When it's time to turn in, pull the lightweight bed out and plug it in. A few minutes later, you've got a nice resting spot to offer your guest. From AeroBed.

  • Includes inflatable bed and carry bag
  • Comfort coil construction
  • Inflates quickly via integrated pump; wide-mouth Whoosh valve deflates bed quickly or use pump
  • Adjust firmness via attached control wand
  • OptiComfort technology for more puncture-resistant sleep surface that's lighter than a standard AeroBed
  • Antimicrobial sleep surface resists mold, mildew, and odor
  • Fits standard sheets
  • Twin sized at 74"L x 39"W x 18"H; supports up to 300 lbs
  • ETL listed; 2-year Limited Manufacturer's Warranty
  • Imported

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Rated 2.3 out of 5 by 4 reviewers.
Rated 2 out of 5 by Disappointing... The height is great and at first fill starts out wonderfully firm and supportive but...just loses too much air - not a pleasant surprise to waken after a night's sleep and find oneself rolling off instead of lifting off. And this is after the FIRST use! 11-26-16
Rated 2 out of 5 by It's OK I don't usually write reviews, but I'm no completely happy with this aerobed. If I put the air in enough for my comfort, the sides will droop. It's just not the most comfortable bed, but I am keeping it because I need it for company this weekend. 11-22-16
Rated 1 out of 5 by bad air mattress this air mattress worked a few nights. then the air started leaking. bought the kit to repair and that did not work. just wasted my money 11-15-16
Rated 4 out of 5 by I LOVE THE HEIGHT I love the height and that I can move the Aero anywhere. I plan to use this every night as my bed in place of my hard, painful queen is going out the door. I have a double Aero which I love and will use for guests, but it's on the floor and hard on m;y knees to get up in the morning. This tall twin is perfect for me and as I've had to give up any real home, also gives me more freedom to move when necessary. My back is happy and so are my knees. There are a couple of slight drawbacks. If I fill the twin to keep outer edges firm, the top is then too hard for sleep and tends to roll when I move (it's slightly bowed). If I remove enough air to make the top comfortable for sleep, the corners collapse a little too much if I sit on them, so I just don't sit at the corners when I need to get up. The narrowness of the twin makes it a little more likely to roll (because of its height) than a double would; that's something to consider. For me, I'll adjust for now and the problem will be solved when I can get a box frame to contain the twin. I'm getting rid of my nerve-pinching hard queen, to get better sleep and more room space. My bones are happy; no more numb hip and painful shoulder. (My little Chihuahua/Min-Pin also loves my accessible bed; she can just hop in with me!) Overall I'm very happy with my Aero beds and look forward to my increasing less-is-more freedom. 09-03-16
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