Coleman Twin Single High Air Bed

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By: Coleman
Walmart #: 552252530
$21.47

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  • Soft plush top for extra comfort
  • Soft suede flocking
  • Carry bag included
  • Gifting note: This item ships in the manufacturer's original packaging. If intended as a gift, the packaging may reveal the contents.

    About this item

    The Coleman Twin Single High Air Bed is apt for your camping trips and can turn out to be very useful. It is easy to inflate or deflate it and as the bed features the Coleman double lock valve. The single raised air bed has a soft plush top and coil system inside so that you can sleep on it comfortably. The inflatable camping air mattress comes with a carry bag which makes it convenient for you to carry the deflated bed anywhere.

    Coleman Twin Single High Air Bed:

  • Soft plush top for extra comfort
  • Soft suede flocking
  • Comfortable coil system
  • Coleman Double Lock Valve for fast and simple inflation/deflation
  • Carry bag included
  • Dimensions: 74"L x 39"W x 6.93"H
  • Model# 2000009094
  • Specifications

    Primary Color: Beige
    Model No.: 2000009094
    Shipping Weight (in pounds): 6.93
    Product in Inches (L x W x H): 74.0 x 39.0 x 20.0
    Assembled in Country of Origin: Imported
    Origin of Components: Imported
    Walmart No.: 552252530
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    Customer Reviews | 71 reviews | 4.2 out of 5

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    8/22/2011

    Customer review by kd2006

    5.0 stars by kd2006

    Very comfortable. Held its air. Great value for the price.

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    kd2006
    Portland, Oregon
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Gender:Female
    Age:35 - 44
    Usage:A few times per year
    Did its job for a great price
    8/6/2011

    Customer review by Blessings2You

    5.0 stars by Blessings2You

    Bought two for a camping trip and it served its purpose. It's a little thinner than a regular air mattress, but did the job all the same. It didn't leak air over the four night trip. The white fuzzy top isn't desired because all the dirt sticks to it and shows. Even if it starts to leak air in the next several uses, it was worth the price.

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    Blessings2You
    Los Angeles, CA
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Gender:Female
    Age:35 - 44
    Usage:Once per year
    Excellent option for inexpensive bed.
    9/27/2011

    Customer review by Couchslug

    5.0 stars by Couchslug

    I prefer an air bed over a conventional bed with box and mattress. I am more comfortable on an air bed, although a conventional style bed lasts longer, you cannot beat the price difference. Typically an air bed will last me about one year of daily use and costs under 20 bucks! If your into inexpensive home furnishings like many "bachelors," an air mattress is the way to go. Great for studio apartments or tight living arrangements. I have not used an air mattress for camping, but I imagine it would function very well and add great value to your camping gear.

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    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
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    by workingfortheweekend 7/23/2011
    • NO
      by 00VulcanRider10/21/2012
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    • It did not come with a pump. That needs to be purchased separately but I bought the inexpensive Coleman Ozark Trail Inflation Pump and it worked just fine.
      by speddiag8/14/2012
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    • No, it does not come with a pump.
      by heywatchthehorns6/28/2012
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    • pump not included
      by familyman13754/29/2012
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    • No.
      by AfricaPilot4/10/2012
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    • Some air mattresses to come with an auto inflate option. The one I bought didn't because I own an air pump. I use an air mattress instead of a standard mattress because I have a bad back. These $20.00 air mattress have to be replaced about once a year or so of daily use because they usually pop a seam and develop a huge air bubble. But to me it is worth it. I use it on a set of box springs with regular bedding.
      by Victoria2223/3/2012
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    • No.
      by Kaar11/25/2011
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    • no
      by Customer029/28/2011
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    • Air pump is sold separted. Nice inexpensive one sold by Coleman called Electric Quick Pump with hose.
      by maxy311012/19/2011
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    • No it doesn't.
      by Blessings2You8/10/2011
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    by an anonymous customer 7/1/2012
    • No, not unless you are an opera singer or trumpet player! Even then you might be pretty dizzy by the time you were done. An inflator with 4D batteries will pump it up lots and lots of times...so much that the lifespan of the batteries will probably run out before the actual current you suck from them. If the bed isn't leaking from a specific puncture or just worn out it will stay up indefinitely.
      by JonShops7/7/2013
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    • As with all air beds, the answer is yes. With certain types of valves, you will want to develop the technique of either putting your hand over the opening or place your tongue against the hole to keep the air in at first. When enough pressure inside the bed is built up, the valve will close tight because of the air pressure against it. Do not try to blow the whole thing up at once; take a few hours. You'll save yourself from turning blue. Doing it yourself is far cheaper than buying a hand, electric or battery operated pump. And it's one less thing to carry as well. Of course, you could buy a foot pump but you'll have to find somewhere in your gear to carry it.
      by TSiri5/22/2013
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    • It is possible because I bought the wrong pump so I had no choice for one night but I wouldn't want to do it unless it's an emergency.
      by Beanz2/16/2013
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    • I couldn't. It would never get hard enough for my expectation.A pump is cheap, faster and easy.
      by 00VulcanRider10/21/2012
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    • Very doubtful.
      by TenNicknamesAllTaken8/22/2012
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    • I'd say not. I mean the main valve hole is big enough, but there is just so much a person's lungs could do. I use a double-action bicycle pump for mine.
      by MsIrisMG8/18/2012
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    • you will have to at 4am when it leakes down and everyone around camp is sleeping but you.
      by colmanbedbugs8/4/2012
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    • must have pump
      by til20157/29/2012
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    • I would not want to blow this bed up, I think it would take all of your air in your lungs. Get a pump, u can get one for 10$
      by Tinaprincess12/7/2012
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    by stosh2 5/15/2011
    • You pretty much have to have an airbed inflator, which is a black device that takes 4D batteries (or some models are 110V) sort of like what keeps those inflatable snowmen in yards inflated. You can't use a tire inflator, and unless you are an opera singer blowing it up would make you dizzy for a week!
      by JonShops7/7/2013
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    • We inflate ours with the Coleman Ozark Trail Inflation Pump and it worked well. It is an inexpensive pump also sold by Walmart.
      by speddiag8/14/2012
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    • I purchased a 110 volt electric pump for use at home with house guests. I already own a "D" battery pump for camping, but that one does not inflate as firmly as the plug in one does. You can also get a hand pump, but that takes a while and some muscle power to inflate. If you only get one mattress for home use, I would suggest getting a mattress/pump combo. That would be cheaper than buying a mattress and a pump separately.
      by AfricaPilot3/20/2012
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    • you blow and blow and blow unless you have a pump. Any standard pump will do, either electric or foot pump.
      by PleaseStockAmericanMade3/20/2012
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    • you have to buy the pump seperately
      by lflwna3/15/2012
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    • Need to buy air pump
      by maxy31103/15/2012
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    • It uses Coleman Double Lock Valve Technology, so here is a video by Coleman on how it works. http://www.coleman.com/coleman/video/doublelock.swf
      by chrsgb6/8/2012
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