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  1. 1 year ago
    Air mattress order
    Wasn't sure how good it would be for the price, but was pleasantly surprised when we went camping last weekend. Very sturdy, comfortable and easy to inflate and deflate.
  2. 1 year ago
    Nice Bed
    Good bed. Pumps up fast and stays firm. I recommend.
  1. 3 years ago
    Worth the money
    I have only used this mattress once but it was in an area that had no electricity so once inflated I couldn't add more air. It stayed inflated enough for three days sleep w/o re-adding  air. But my true rating is on the bed it replaced of aerobed. Ten years of use w/ only one minor patch job. And I wouldn't have had to buy this new one if someone had borrowed then returned. Hope to get as much use of this one as well.
  1. 1 year ago
    Quality matress, bring a pump!
    Great matress. You'll need some way to plug the pump into 110 or bring your trusty battery powered pump!
  2. 3 years ago
    Pretty good Aero-bed-On-A-Budget Sleeping
    If you just need something that you pull out once or twice a year for a few days, this is a pretty good bed to consider. The built-in electric pump is strong....even after a few years. Our old Intex finally gave up the ghost after repeated (ab)usings, so now we just use our Aerobed that someone gave us. For weekend/week long situations, the Intex is sufficient. If you need something for the mother-in-law when visiting for 2 months, I'd strongly consider getting an Aerobed. Our new Intex is ... read more primarily used now kid sleepovers and car camping, and for that it works great. The wife and I especially enjoy throwing it inside our 3-man Sierra Designs tent (a just about perfect fit!) when we want to sleep in style when car camping. Definitely a different way to 'rough it'....but so far it's held up very well for this family!
  1. 3 years ago
    Excellent sleeping pad - Durable and comfortable
    I bought this as temporary sleeping mats for guests. I must say that the quality of the material is very good. Seems to be made of thicker material than other beds I have seen. The valve is finicky and I just had to break the inner membrane carefully using a screwdriver, but even with that modification, the pad does not leak air. The only thing is that after inflation, the pad is only about 23 inches wide rather than 26. Its sufficient for a smaller framed person. I would recommend this product, ... read more and it provides good value for money.
  2. 3 weeks ago
    Very nice!
    I bought 2 one for me and my son. The air beds held their air . It had that nice Fabric feel on top. The plastic is strong. It's a good product for the price. If you're going to use it on a hiking trip. Camping from place to place. It's on the heavy side. That's just my opinion. Other than that we like it.
  1. 1 year ago
    Best pad for the money!
    I've never slept better while camping. You will be better off if you give it at least a day to fully self inflate before the first time you use it since it's been stored compressed for a while. Also do not store mine compressed.
  2. 1 year ago
    Outdoor mat
    Self inflates great, a few extra puffs to firm, good nights sleep
  1. 1 year ago
    Better than a cot
    We slept on it a week while visiting our kids. Cut trip short because air mattress was so uncomfortable. If you are near the edge you will roll off. That said, it inflated easily. Wish I could return it but will keep it for grandkids.
  2. 12 months ago
    Soft
    This is a pretty soft bed. It beats sleeping on the ground anytime! The price is ok but it is worth it!
  1. 5 years ago
    Terrible knockoff
    Sometimes the "Magellan" Brand is ok, as I thought with these sleeping pads- for basecamping. I thought wrong. Soon realized the threading on the stem is machined slightly different from the nut- so it never really tightened or loosened confidently. This happened on a pair of pads, and after i returned them, i checked the others in stock, same poorly made tiny part that kills the whole functionality.
  2. 1 year ago
    light weight gear
    I purchased 2 of these last month for a family trip along with the pillows. these are great for back packing! nice light weight and doesn't take up much space. easy to clean and store.
  1. 1 year ago
    very soft top
    I bought this a few weeks ago and it stays inflated for long periods of time. Comfortable to sleep on
  2. 2 years ago
    comfortable
    great and easy to use. inflates and deflates easily
  1. 3 years ago
    Good sleep!
    Slept on it for a week and got the best sleep that I ever got on an air bed. Even more comfy after I added a 2" foam mattress on top. The height makes it easy to get in and out of bed. 
  2. 3 years ago
    Great sleeping!
    I truly was surprised to find this bed so comfortable. As the weather cooled the mattress was a bit too cool so I took an old quilt and put it under the bottom sheet. Works perfectly. Of course I could have bought a mattress pad instead but saved money this way. Those all cotton stretchy sheets, usually only about $18 for the set, are perfect for this bed. I am very happy with my purchase. 
  1. 5 months ago
    Not sure if it's working - more like a yoga pad
    It says in the booklet that since it has been stored flat it might take awhile to self inflate. Nothing much happened in an hour. So I phoned and the person told me that although it's called self inflating it is me that has to blow it up. So I blew until my mouth hurt... and tried blowing again off and on. It is only a little bit fatter than when I started blowing. This pad (presuming it is working) is about the same in comfort as sleeping on a yoga pad. I can't believe this is a highly rated ... read more mat to sleep on. I called again and the person said "it is basically a foam pad" and explained how to return it. to return it.
  2. 1 year ago
    Love. Love. Love.
    I bought this when I knew I was going to spend a year doing a lot of camping and adventuring. Thanks to its thin and light build, I was able to squish it in to almost any packing arrangement (and, if all else failed, lash it to the side of my pack). It was easy to get inflated. I can fill the whole thing with only a few deep breaths, which made setting up camp quickly much easier. It's held up astoundingly through many rigours. It kept me surprisingly comfortable and warm through any variety of experiences.
    This review was originally posted to cascadedesigns.com.
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