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Air mattress and inflatable bed

An air mattress, also known as an airbed, is an inflatable mattress, the majority of which are usually made of polyvinyl chloride (PVC), although recently developed textile-reinforced urethane plastic or rubber versions exist. The deflated mattress can be rolled up or folded and carried or stored relatively easily, making them a popular choice for camping trips and for temporary bedding at home for guests.

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Air Mattresses Buying Guide

 

When you need an air mattress, you really need an air mattress. It's an indispensable item when you have holiday guests, your kid has a friend sleep over, or an adult child moves back home temporarily. Less bulky than a cot or trundle bed, these spare sleeping spots pack away into their own bags so you can fold them up and stow them under the bed, in a small trunk, or on a closet shelf.

 

Types of Air Mattresses

 

From basic to luxurious, air mattresses serve the same purpose: They provide comfort for a good night's rest. To pick the right one, match one of these types of air mattresses to the kind of sleeper you have.

 

Types of Air Mattresses

 

From basic to luxurious, air mattresses serve the same purpose: They provide comfort for a good night's rest. To pick the right one, match one of these types of air mattresses to the kind of sleeper you have.

 

Here are the main Types of Air Mattresses   to consider:

 

Standard

 

The basic air mattress is a vinyl pillow roughly the dimensions of a twin, full, queen, or king mattress. The standard version has one main air pocket measuring 8-10 inches tall with a valve at one end. The valve may be small to fit a separate air pump, or it may be large and contain a built-in pump. The surface of a standard air mattress is typically slick vinyl, but some come with a soft velvety top.

 

Double-High

 

The double-high air mattress is at least twice as tall as the standard air mattress, measuring about 25 inches from the surface to the ground. With two, three, or four stacked vinyl chambers, the double-high air mattress comes closer to the height of a bed with a mattress and box spring on a frame. This is an easier bed to climb into and out of, and it can be warmer because the sleeping surface is farther off the floor.

 

Camping

 

An air mattress designed for camping has features that make it suitable for the outdoors. It should be waterproof and made from extra-durable vinyl that will resist punctures. It should also come with a pump that doesn't need electricity to operate; some have batteries, some are manual, and some have converters that run off a car battery.

 

Purchase Considerations

 

Before you purchase an air mattress, consider the size of bed you'll need for the number of sleepers, as well as the storage space you can allot for it. In most cases, a twin-size air mattress is sufficient, unless you often have multiple sleepers. Then take into account these other factors.

 

Pumps

 

Pumps vary widely from bed to bed. Some come with the air mattress as a package set, and some are sold separately. If you buy the pump as a separate piece of equipment, make sure it can fit the valve of your particular mattress. The basic pump is a manual version you can operate by hand or foot. It requires no electricity, is always separate from the bed, and inflates the air mattress slowly. An electric pump offers quick inflation, and it can be separate from the bed or built into it. Take note of the advertised speed of inflation for the electric pump, however. A good pump should inflate a queen-size mattress in 2 minutes or less. Some electric pumps have adapters that can be used in foreign countries or with a car battery. And there are air mattresses that come with remote controls tethered to the pumps. The remote control allows the sleeper to let out or add air as needed for comfort.

 

Not Air Mattress - Air Mattress Bed!

 

Many are still confused between the difference between an air mattress and an Air Mattress Bed. Air mattresses are great in a pinch but provide minimal comfort and support and are more for portable use rather than a permanent sleep system. Air Mattress Beds not only give you the feeling of sleeping on air, but with the right materials and construction, it can be a very comfortable and supportive, permanent sleep system. Air Mattress Beds also have the unique property of allowing different comfort levels for each partner's side of the bed. Priceless!

 

The idea of sleeping on an air mattress bed was first used in hospitals. Patients who were bed-ridden for extended periods of time were able to rest more comfortably, with fewer pressure points and more even support, than on a regular coil spring hospital bed. It didn't take long before the air mattress beds made their way into the consumer market, allowing the general public an opportunity to benefit from this exciting and revolutionary technology to achieve a better night's sleep.

 

With air baffles or chambers in an air mattress bed being the primary method of support, each sleeper can adjust his or her side of the bed to whatever firmness level is most comfortable for them. Why toss and turn with an uncomfortable coils and springs mattress when, with the touch of a button, move into hundreds of relaxing positions. All without creating pressure, stress or strain on your body. Touch a button again and experience a new concept in comfort, while your own personal massage system helps to relieve tired, sore muscles, and reduce everyday tension and fatigue and encourage restful sleep through relaxation.

 

And with air mattress beds, flipping your mattress is a chore of the past. Over time, with coil and spring mattresses a body impression in the coils will appear if you do not flip your mattress regularly, leading to shorter mattress life. Although some of the comfort materials, like foam rails, ticking and any layered foam in an airbed can take an impression just like any soft material, the air chambers will not. All this leads to years of hassle-free operation and the comfort and convenience to boot.

 

What to Look For:

 

Most air mattress beds are constructed in a similar way, using the same basic components. The difference from one manufacturer's product to another's is in the design and sophistication of each of these components. The reliability, durability, and quality of these components, and how these components are designed to work together are what make the difference in a top quality product. In all cases, always be sure to check the warranty, good products are usually backed up with a 15-25 year warranty. If you see 3-10 year warranties, keep shopping!

 

- All air mattress beds use foam rails to surround the air chambers inside the mattress cover. These rails provide the exterior support of the air mattress, giving it its shape and providing the user with the ability to sit on the edge of the bed to put shoes on, etc. The foam rails are absolutely crucial in keeping the air mattress bed corners square and the sides straight and true.

 

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