As of 6/14/2011 this is the best camping airbed I’ve reviewed. Have a look at the video review I’ve created to get all of the details.
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Welcome to, AirbedGuy.com, review of the aerobed queen size eco-light airbed and pump. During this review of the bed, I’m gonna show you what’s included inside the package, how to use the bed, including, inflating it, deflating it, and charging the battery. I’m also going to spend the night on the bed, and give you my opinion on what kind of night’s sleep I get, as well as the quality of the materials. This bed weights a paltry seven pounds when it’s deflated, and is pretty small, so this airbed could be considered pack worthy if you choose to do so. It’s made from TPU materials, which contain no thaylates, which means it’s easier on the environment. It comes with a ni-cad pump, that once fully charged, is good for five to seven uses. It has an oversize valve that makes inflation and deflation fast and easy. It comes with a carrying case, and the pump and valve are backed by a two year express warranty.
This is the nickel-cadmium battery that’s included with the bed. Make sure on your first charge that you give it at least twenty-four hours prior to its first use, and about twelve hours for each charge after that. You’re gonna get about five or six uses out of each charge. So now I’ve given you an overview of the features, we’ve checked the contents of the box, and we’ve charged the pump batteries, so now let’s find out what really matters. Is this bed comfortable, and is it easy to use? Inflating this airbed is a snap. All you do is unscrew the top, insert the pump, and turn it on. [whining] Holy smokes. It only took about a minute and a half, to inflate this bed all the way. I love that. That’s gonna make setup, a lot easier and a lot faster. Let’s hope that it’s as comfortable as it is easy to use. Ah.
It’s nice and firm. Let’s see, if it’s strong on the edges. It’s very strong on the edges, you don’t have any risk of rolling off or anything like that. There’s plenty of room for, for two people on here. Man. I gotta tell you. I really love this bed. Alright. So, I’m gonna sleep on it tonight, and I’ll get, I’ll give you my impressions in the morning.
Alright. Pardon the attire, I’m about to go for a run. But, I had a really great night’s sleep. I don’t think I moved, the entire, night. Um, this is a, a really great bed, you know sometimes, sometimes on the, on an airbed you can get a really, really sweaty feeling, up a, up against the PVC. But this, TPV, material, didn’t give me that, kinda icky feeling that you can get sometimes. Um. I don’t think it lost any pressure during the night which is, also fantastic, it speaks to the quality of the bed. So let’s see how easy it is to breakdown and deflate this bed, and then we’ll be done. Okay. To deflate the bed, what you’re gonna need to do is unscrew the cap, push this end, [background noise] let the air come out, and you can also, get more air out by using the pump. Well, that took about a minute and a half to deflate. About the same amount of time it took to inflate, which is fantastic. So, overall. I think I’m gonna give this bed, uh, probably nine out of ten stars. This is a, been a tremendous bed, easy to set up, easy to store away. But most importantly, it’s very comfortable, uh. Eco-friendly, and um, that’s it. For the aerobed, queen size camping air mattress.