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  1. 11 months 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. 2 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
    Poor quality
    We have bought about 15 of these over the past four years and almost all of them popped seams inside at some point within the first year of owning them. Not bad for the price but should not have that kind of problem.
  2. 4 weeks 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
    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.
  2. 10 months ago
    This is a pretty soft bed. It beats sleeping on the ground anytime! The price is ok but it is worth it!
  1. 4 months ago
    Super durable and no slipping and sliding!
    I bought two of these for me and my partner two years ago for backpacking. While they aren't the lightest thermarest sleeping pad, the scout has two features I adore. First, the scout has a rubbery, almost sticky rubber coating. This is great because it keeps the pad from sliding around on the nylon floor of the tent and it helps me and my slick sleeping bag stay on the pad. I often hear that as a complaint about thermarest pads - not an issue on this model. Second, this pad is durable! We use ... read more our pads a lot and have even used them day after day for several months at a time (and that use was outdoor in WA, OR, CA, MT). I would guess we have at least spent 200+ nights on our pads and after all this time neither leaks. Highly recommended
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  2. 5 months ago
    Simple but sturdy!
    Have owned this pad for a year and a half and have used it on countless backpacking trips in the Allegheny National Forest. Not the lightest for backpacking, but money was tight and I couldn't go for the dreamy NeoAir XLite, so I settled for this. It's done it's job just fine and hasn't let me down in the field. HOWEVER, I recently took it out of storage (unrolled and open valve) to find that it no longer holds air!!! No holes or tears or anything physically wrong with the pad so I suspect it ... read more deals with the valve maybe? Thanks to Thermarest's repair service, I will be sending it to them and will hopefully be receiving a repaired or new one in the future! Not a bad product though, hopefully I am the only unlucky one to encounter this problem.
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  1. 8 months ago
    quite comfortable
    I needed something I could use on the floor at home while my dog was recovering from surgery and would need me close at all hours. This was very inexpensive and I liked that I didn't need to purchase an extra pump. I slept very well on this did my dog, little stinker!
  2. 2 years ago
    catastrophic failure
    Bought this in 2013 to use as a bed. Good thick material with flocking on top. I've slept on it every night. Very comfortable, no problem til the early morning of 10-16-14. I was sleeping when awakened by a massive blowout in a seam, falling to the floor. I guess every product has a life span and this one reached the end of it's life in a grand way. Scared the serenity of a good sleep. Had to buy another. But can't do without my air sleeper. James
  1. 2 years ago
    Backpacker deluxe!
    Soon, all of our mats will be Thermarest. This one just got back from 8 night wilderness campout. I'm over six ft tall, it weighs nothing, and performance is excellent
  2. 3 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. 2 years ago
    Highly recommend!
    I bought this to use when tent camping. It aired up very quickly and held the air well.
  2. 2 years ago
    Finally i got some sleep!!
    Now i cant lie im a little city deep down and so an air mattress was for sure a necessity. I'm a little tight on money but that wasn't an issue with this airbed. I got more than i paid for and i couldn't be happier.
  1. 2 years ago
    Grandson loves it
    This CAMO bed was on my grandson's wish list. I could only find it at Academy. He was thrilled. thanks
  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. 2 years ago
    Great camp mat.
    Got this mat to add a layer of padding under my bedding on a wood and canvas camp cot. I was using just an old thermarest and could still feel the wood center bar in the cot. The mat really worked great - put it on top of the thermarest and couldn't feel the center bar at all. This mat is good for camping, but you definately wouldn't want to take it on a hike. LIght weight but too big and awkward to carry around.
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