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Inflatible Bed Recommendation

Discussion in 'The OT' started by kevinturcotte, May 30, 2013.

  1. kevinturcotte

    kevinturcotte Active Member

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    I'm looking for an inflatable bed recommendation. It MUST be Queen sized, a full 60x80 and be under 18" thick. It needs to be comfortable, durable, have automatic/electic inflation, and be under $100.
     
  2. photostudent

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    Aerobed brand is excellent. However what ever brand I would stay away from the raised kind if plausible.
     
  3. kevinturcotte

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    I'm checking Aerobed, but unfortunately, all of their "Queen sized" beds are 78x60, which is going to be a nightmare with my actual queen sized sheets. Plus they're really expensive.
     
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  5. Nick

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    I know you want a queen, but as to Aerobed's durability, I got one 4-5 years ago as a temporary for a guest room. It was a 'raised' full-size model, bought at a substantial reduction in price due to it being a return. I pumped it up once with the built-in pump and it hasn't had to be re-inflated again since. Every one who had slept on it says it's very comfortable.
     
  6. kevinturcotte

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    I already have queen sized sheets, sized for a 60x80 mattress, and they're not cheap sheets. They're the most comfortable sheets I've ever slept on, and they were around $200.
     
  7. Nick

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    Again, my comment spoke the Aerobed's durability -- nothing to do with the size of your bed or your sheets.
     
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    If your sheets are larger than the bed, you can just tuck a little extra underneath. It is only a problem when they are smaller and won't reach. I like to have plenty of top sheet, myself.
     

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