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71 reviews | 4.2 out of 5
Had this inflated for two days. Was working well. Deflated on third day. Inflated again now has holes. Will be returning to store.
Very comfortable. Held its air. Great value for the price.
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.
Soft top. But a little hard to inflate. Takes forever and I know I am following the directions. But its a Coleman product and I thought it would be a little more user friendly
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.
This mattress is great! We use it monthly for my son who comes home and stays 4 nights. He says it feels great and stays all the way inflated. And this is from a big guy- he's 6'2" and weighs about 250 lbs. Live On Coleman!
My best friend has recently been sent to Afghanistan as an aircraft mechanic. His "accommodations" are, of course, basic. He is in his 50's and his bunk bed was hard and uncomfortable. I found your single air bed on line and shipped it to him via your website. The shipping cost was minimal and your product afforded him good nights' sleep. What a relief! Your offering made a good man's efforts to help protect this country through his technical talents a little more "comfortable" and my heart a little less troubled by my friend's circumstance.
We needed another twin mattress on short notice for a camping trip, and this was delivered very timely. It was the cheapest one I could find and also the trustworthy Coleman brand. It did not come with an air pump, but we used another one we had. It held up wonderfully. We had 2 twin mattresses and a full size mattress on our trip and I did add a little more air to all of them for the 2nd night, so it did just as well as the other ones. I would buy another one if we needed it.
I used a coleman blow up queen size in my RV this fall on top of the box springs. It was so comfortable that I came home and ordered two twin colemans to put on my king size bed at home. I have some hip pain that is much better when using the blow up mattress. It beats paying the price for a sleep number bed. I have already commended this product to others.
I have a bad back and discovered that air mattresses work best for me. They last less than a year or so before springing a leak or the seams pop and they develop a big bubble - so I replace frequently. That is a minor inconvenience because they are light weight to carry, blow up quickly, and are easy to add or let out air. I had a few overnight guests and tried putting my new mattress back on my bed and could only take it for a few days before going back to the air mattress. Also I keep a spare air mattress on hand in case of an air leak in the middle of the night. It is worth the trouble - these mattress are very inexpensive about $20.00.
I bought fore of the air beds. My kids were haveing a few kids sleep over and they loved them. My kids had said that they were so confertable that they would use them every day as a bed if they could. they were well worth getting and a great price.
We bought this airbed for our daughter to sleep on when company is in town. She loves it, and it holds air very well. At this price we expected one use and then repair or replace, but it holds up really well. I would recomend it to anyone.
confortable. No loss of air six days.
Overall an excellent product. I would highly suggest purchasing the rechargable air pump to go with it. You can inflate and deflate this product within a few seconds...
We had a Coleman queen size air mattress for 4 years, that was used about 25 times per year. We finally had to replace it when the surface pleats began popping, and it looked more like a muffin than a mattress, but it was not losing any air.
Easy decision, replace the Coleman queen with two Coleman twins , giving a little more versatility. - WRONG!
Would have been a great decision if the two Coleman twins properly held air, but they don't. One loses about 50% of its air over night, while the other loses about 25%.
No more Coleman products, of any kind, for me.
I had a queen mattress that lasted for several years. I bought the twin for my canoe camping, It replaces a self inflating mattress that is just to thin for these old bones. It fills quickly and d-flates fast. I will make a case for it to fit into so it can be rolled up rather than folding it each time which is faster and the sack keeps it clean, can be washed in the washer and is more puncture proof and easier to store in my waterproof bags.
this is a great buy ! recommend , slept on it all weekend , so easy to inflate ! very comfortable! easy to deflate and comes with bag to store in . prefer this one to one i already have , this one has the plush top , no need for a sheet .
Because of back problems and the difficulty of getting a good night's sleep on a traditional bed, I have been sleeping on these air mattresses for three years. It's a great alternative to the expensive air beds that cost $1,000+. These Colemen beds do eventually leak, but I have used up only about 3-4 in the past 3+ years. I've been very pleased with this product and grateful that I can get a good night's sleep! Also, when a couple of the beds only lasted a few months, I availed myself of Coleman's warranty service and found it to be an excellent, hassle-free experience!
I drive a big truck for a living and the standard mattress in a truck always hurts my back. I bought one of these at Walmart over two years ago and it has been a blessing. I have to add air about once every 3-4 months, but i'm sleeping on it for two weeks at a time and more than 200 nights a year. It is still doing great and im buying another one now as a back up because as long as Ive used the one I have, I figure it will soon fail. Maybe or maybe not, but I dont want to get caught out on the road without a spare. I also bought the Coleman, 12v air pump, which has also been great and blows up the mattress is seconds. I highly recommend these items and I use them alot!
I bought one of these to use when tent camping. I enjoyed 108 comfortable tent camping nights using it. After 108 nights it stopped holding air (I couldn't figure out why). I WOULD STILL RECOMMEND THIS AIR MATTRESS HIGHLY for anyone who tent camps. This mattress is modestly priced and far more comfortable than the slightly less expensive one sold at WM. Before pitching my tent, I check the ground carefully for anything that might puncture my air mattresses. I use 2 layers of ground protection under my tent. Even with these precautions, I now believe that good quality air mattresses like this one have a limited life. If you get over 100 nights from them you are doing well, and occasional replacement is just a cost of camping gear maintenance. I just bought 2 more of these so I have a supply for the future. I think I ruined this last one by folding it too tightly to put it back in the very small zip-up case it comes in. My recommendation is to deflate it carefully, fold it up gently in 1/3rds after use, and then roll it up like a sleeping bag. Use a sleeping bag stuff sack and not the included case to store it in (about $8 extra at WM). With this change in storage method I'm hoping the next one lasts 150 comfortable nights.