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  1. 2 months ago
    Whoopsie Cushion or Air Mattress?
    Bought it, tried it once, double checked it to ensure proper set up and was definitely let down... Literally.... It was like a whoopie cushion- fluffy and firm until you exert pressure on it and then you're waking up on the ground with a useless piece of plastic as a barrier between you and the cold hard ground.
  2. 3 months ago
    Real Piece of Garbage
    You will replace this within three months due to the cheap construction. Seams at the bottom corners will leak after two or three uses. Save yourself a lot of time and trouble by buying the Coleman Durarest.
  1. 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.
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  2. 2 years ago
    Really Like It
    I got this as a replacement for my old RidgeRest so I could pack a smaller package on my hiking pack. I dont see it listed in the product description but I got the short one that only goes down to your knees or so. I like it, it packs down to a small package, its kind of light, I think a bit heavier than the RidgeRest foam, and provides a nice insulation from the ground when its cold and always gives a nice bit of cushion from rough/hard surfaces.
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  1. 5 months ago
  2. 1 year ago
    Overpriced Lack of Qualty
    Bought this until I could get a regular mattress and build a custom bed frame. What a waste of money. The interior baffles for the topper appear to be coming apart. As the thing bulges up in the center. Hardly have used it over a month. And it has a slow leak probably at a seam.
  1. 3 years ago
    Inflatable Mattress
    I bought a month ago as a replacement to one damaged. Had to get another. Best rest yet for a weekend camp. Easy, simple and saves a lot of space. 
  2. 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.
  1. 11 months ago
    Best purchase!
    This was a great purchase! The mattress comes with a battery operated pump that blows the mattress up in seconds! Also loved the price!
  2. 2 years ago
    Great product!
    I purchased this for a boy scout camping trip, made camping sooooo much better :).
  1. 3 years ago
    This is an excellent air mattress for the price!
    This is an excellent air mattress for the price! I have 5 air matress's some are level 3 (high end) to this twin-size. This matress is as big as a fullsize matress. I have used this matress when solo camping and luv it! Going to buy 3 more for the price!
  2. 4 years ago
    An incredible value for the price!
    If you need a quick fix for extra beds at a reasonable price, this product is great. I blew it up in a few seconds with a small vacuum cleaner connected at the blower end instead of the sucking end. A great value!
  1. 3 months ago
    I have slept consistently on two different air mattress' of this brand for 12 months thus far. Truthfully, one mattress lasts about 6 months before it springs a leak. As air mattress' go, sleeping every night for 6 months before a leak is very durable. Highly recommend. However, remember to not inflate mattress (any air mattress) to capacity as your body weight will disperse the air to capacity. Test the comfort "fill" level incrementally to insure longevity of mattress use.
  2. 4 months ago
    A very Comfortable Mattress
    The INTEX Inflatable Camping Mattress is a comfortable mattress. This weighs around 3LBs. It is made of a very durable material with a built in pillow. I have several of these and used them for a couple of years. I camp 100+ days a year. I use them for car camping and it is not a lightweight mattress like my 2" thick, EN Rated 5.9 $199 Therm-a-Rest xTherm Max Vapor which weighs 1LB I use for Appalachian Trail hiking. For price verses performance, this is the best when it comes to air mattresses ... read more per person as opposed to using bigger twin, full, queen. It is wide and long enough for comfort. Everyone that went camping with me and used these mattresses, has bragged it was the best.
  1. 1 year ago
    Worked great replacing an RV Air Mattress
    I used two of these cot (also called Jr Twin Mattresses) to replace a leaking air RV (short) Queen Mattress. Lenght equals a short RV Queen and the width of two equals the width of a Queen's 60 inches. Having two mattresses allowed for different air pressure/firmness for each person and also eliminated bouncing the other person when the other person got in and out of bed. The INTEX mattresses inflate and deflate very quickly. They are comfotable but we always place a two inch thick piece of foam ... read more on top of any air mattress we use.
  2. 4 months ago
    Sturdy as can be
    I bought this for a camping trip so that my 6 year old wouldn't have to sleep on the ground. I was afraid she would some how put a hole in an air mattress since she destroys almost everything. This thing withstood the test. She jumped and fell on it yet no punctures and it didn't lose any air.
  1. 2 years ago
    Des the job
    Went camping with my two boys.  They are comfortable....and keep you from losing heat with the cold ground. They are a step up from the ones I used in the military.
  2. 1 year ago
    Using a down bag, there is literally no insulation from the ground, this changed everything. It immediately sends the warmth right back to your body, i've never slept so sound, it's unbelievably light as well. If you're car camping, put it on top of an air mattress and you'll sleep better than you would at home. Highly recommended!
  1. 5 years ago
    great mat!
    My husband used this for a backpacking trip and LOVED it! He blew into it to get it a little bit fuller, and said it was very comfortable!
  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.
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