The Air Mattress
Air mattresses are most definitely convenient. They will bring more sleeping room in any section of your space without taking up too much of that space when they are not being used. There are a few subtle differences in the features between models, but most of them are made with puncture proof PVC (polyvinyl chloride). Regardless, air mattresses at every price range are still susceptible to leaks, so you have to take note of that. An air mattress won’t last forever.
There are so many factors that you must consider before choosing a temporary air mattress. There are models that have flocked, and waterproof surfaces and these are considered to be more suited for sleeping in the outdoors especially when you have adverse weather conditions. Portability is another crucial factor to consider if you want to take it out on backpacking trips. Some models can be broken down and easily compacted into a smaller size. These will suit you if you are hiking. Other things to consider include durability, noise, and cost. If you need a guide to help you choose, these are some of the best air mattresses on the market below.
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What The Best Air Mattress Does
Provides plenty of support. A well-made air bed will distribute the air in the mattress equally, so there aren’t lumpy spots or “bubbles” that make you roll off. Look for air mattresses with a network of internal air coils or chambers. Coil counts of 30 and up are most comfortable for a queen-sized air bed.Source
Inflates and deflates easily. Mattresses with built-in pumps tend to work very quickly — four minutes is usually the longest it takes to inflate or deflate a queen-sized air mattress. The pump should also be easy to use; simple dial controls are best. The air valves on air beds with external pumps should be well-adapted for the recommended pump and well-sealed to prevent leaks.
A small footprint when deflated. Air mattresses are often used for camping, travel and other temporary situations, and are meant to be stowed away when not in use. When deflated, the mattress should be compact and lightweight enough to carry and pack away into a closet at home or a car trunk when camping.
Holds air through the night. Virtually all air mattresses will deflate to some extent during use due to a combination of the weight of the sleeper and changes in temperature. However, the best blow-up mattresses should lose very little to no air over the course of a single night.
Comes with a warranty. The best airbed warranties will cover both the bed and the pump (if included) for at least a full year.
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