Most air beds are around 8 inches in height, but this can cause problems for some people. For those with any lower half injuries or for those who are older, the standard height bed isn’t ideal. There is an extra need for a higher bed. This is where an elevated air bed comes in. These beds are around 20 inches in height, and can help with your concerns of lower beds.
Another great thing about a raised air bed is that they feel and look more like real beds. These beds can fit in better in rooms and won’t leave you in any awkward positions because you are so low to the ground. Let’s take a look at some great elevated air mattress options.
The Smart Air Beds Raised Comfort Top Flocked Queen Size Inflatable Mattress is a great option for those wanting to be high off of the ground. This bed is 20 inches high to go along with the normal queen size specs. It comes with a hand held pump and can support up to 600 pounds, so you shouldn’t have to worry about weight issues.
This elevated air bed is light in weight, only 20 pounds, so traveling with it is easy. Raised air bed reviews of this bed discuss a correct height measurement and how it is an easy bed to get out of bed in the morning. Its stiffness and comfort is obvious, and they didn’t have to inflate every night to be able to sleep on it.
Another great example of an elevated air mattress is the Smart Air Beds Platinum Full Raised Air Bed w/Built-In Pump and AirTrek Comfort Control. This mattress has the pump built into it. One great convenience of it is the ability to add or subtract air from the mattress to your desired level. This bed is 19 inches high, which is 1 inch shorter than the bed discussed above.
The top of the raised air bed is a soft flock which can be slept on. If you would rather sleep on sheets, there are some available for it. Finally, this bed holds its air well and can do so for at least a week.
As you already know, the art of buying an air mattress is knowing what you want. These are just two great options in the land of elevation.