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The 10 Best Air Mattresses  Apr 2017

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Best Air Mattresses - Intex Pull-out Sofa Inflatable Bed, 76 Intex
9.8
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Best Air Mattresses - Airlite Sleeping Pad for Camping, Backpacking, Hiking. Fast Review Fox Outfitters
9.4
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Best Air Mattresses - SimplySleeper SS-58RF Raised 18 SimplySleeper
9.2
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Best Air Mattresses - SoundAsleep Camping Series Air Mattress - Queen Size Review SoundAsleep Products
9.0
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Best Air Mattresses - AirMattress.com *BEST CHOICE* Air Mattress with Hypoallergenic Bamboo Review AirMattress.com
8.6
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Best Air Mattresses - Coleman Company SupportRest Plus Pillow Stop with Double Review COLEMAN
8.2
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Best Air Mattresses - The Shrunks Toddler Travel Bed Portable Inflatable Air Review The Shrunks
8.1
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Best Air Mattresses - Intex Dura-Beam Series Raised Downy Airbed with Fiber-Tech Review Intex
7.6
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Best Air Mattresses - Coleman Premium Pillowtop SupportRest with Built-In Pump Review COLEMAN
7.4
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Best Air Mattresses - Intex Prestige Downy Airbed Kit with Hand Held Review Intex
7.3

Your Guide To Buying an Air Mattress

By Nicole Blanckenberg

    Need an air mattress to go camping, or looking for an extra bed for guests, but don’t know which one to buy? Don’t fear, we have your back! Air mattresses are a convenient solution to a bed problem, and whether you looking for something more substantial than a camping mat, or need a solid bed for when family come to stay, there is one that will be ideal for you. To help you find the perfect air mattress to meet your needs (and your budget) we have put together this shopping guide for tips to make deciding super easy.

    Air mattresses can be divided into two main categories based on their use: camping mattresses and home mattresses. They differ in size, quality, and price. Here is a breakdown of each for you to compare to help you make an easy choice:

    Camping Air Mattresses: If you are looking for a light, good value air mattress, then a camping mattress is for you. Because they tend to be narrower, lighter, and not as tall, the fit comfortably into tents and are easy to travel with. Their good prices mean they are perfect for short term guests you didn’t plan for.

    Home Air Mattresses (or air beds): Made from a heavier, more durable material, home air mattresses are a reliable sleeping option for the home. At almost the same length and thickness as a regular mattress, these air mattresses offer good back support and are a comfortable choice.

    Based on all the consumers' reviews we've scanned, these are the top things they mentioned about their new stuff:

    1. Inflation: The most reviewed feature of air mattresses is inflation. Not only do owners praise air mattresses that stay inflated all through the night, but rate mattresses that are easier and quicker to inflate much higher than those that aren’t.
    2. Pump: Air mattresses that come with pumps are seen as much more valuable buys. Whether they include hand, powered external, or powered internal pumps, owners judge their mattress on how quickly (and quietly) the pump is able to inflate it. Choosing an air mattress for camping or home that includes a pump will definitely offer you more value for your money.
    3. Storage: Mattresses that can deflate quickly are the kings of air mattresses, and reviewers much prefer brands with build-in pumps suck the air out, leaving the mattress completely flat for storage. This is a very convenient feature that will save you a lot of time and make storage a lot easier.
    4. Size: Consumers who were unfortunate enough to buy a less quality brand found that the size advertised did not match up with the linen they had bought. When choosing your air mattress, reading the measurements of the mattress will ensure that the desired linen will not only fit, but stay on during the night no matter how much tossing and turning might happen.
    • If storage is a concern for you, consider the the size of the mattress when it is deflated and make sure it fits wherever you plan to store it, from closets to the trunk of your car.
    • Choosing an air mattress that includes a pump will save you the hassle and money of having to buy one separately. Picking one that plugs into an outlet is very convenient. Some higher-end air beds include a built in pump and a digital remote system that will make pumping easy, or even automatically keep the mattress inflated when needed during the night by using built-in sensors.
    • Camping mattresses will require a manual or battery powered pump, or alternatively one that plugs directly into your vehicle power outlet, and if you are buying it separately, make sure it is compatible with the air mattress.
    • Your new air mattress should have a warranty of at least a year, and cover the mattress as well as the pump (if included).
    • If you’re buying a camping air mattress, make sure it inflates and deflates easily (and quickly) for hassle-free use. Also check its weight to make sure it will be light enough to carry when travelling.
    • Double height air mattresses make it much easier for visitors staying overnight to get into and out of bed, providing them with a much more comfortable stay.
    • For better support and buoyancy, buy a latex, memory foam, or wool layered home air mattress.
    • When choosing the size of your new air mattress, it is important to note that some mattresses are not always supportive around the edges, leading to what feels like a smaller bed. To counteract this, choose a reputable brand and consider buying one size bigger than what you need.
    • Air mattresses with suede or velour top layers offer sleepers a much softer, less slippery sleep than PVC mattresses.
    • Make sure your new air mattress is free of VOC (Volatile Organic Compounds) as these are not good for your health, especially for people with allergies or asthma. Hypoallergenic air mattresses are also available for people who are particularly susceptible to these health issues.

    SoundAsleep: SoundAsleep products is a brand of Somnio, Inc. They are small, family business headquartered in New Jersey. All SoundAsleep products are manufactured with a Sure Grip bottom to prevent the mattress from sliding during the night, and an eco-friendly puncture resistant body to ensure the longest possible life of their mattresses.

    Insta-bed: Insta-bed offers thirteen different air mattress models in both twin and queen size, and their neverFLAT technology inflates the mattress to your desired firmness, and then keeps it there by continually monitoring pressure throughout the night and adjusting as needed.

    Intex: Intex Recreation Corporation manufactures a wide range of indoor and outdoor recreation gear, including pool and lake boats, above ground swimming pools, inflatable toys, and airbeds. With sixteen different air mattresses available for everything from camping to in-home use, there is certainly one to fit your budget and needs.

    Coleman: Begun in 1905 as a manufacturer of gas lamps, Coleman is now one of the premier camping equipment companies in the country. Their air beds combine Airtight® System and DoubleLock™ Valve technologies to create comfortable, durable mattresses that you can use for years to come.


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