Downy Intex Classic Downy Air Beds

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With plush flocking on the top, the air bed offers a luxurious sleeping surface and prevents bedding from slipping off. Waterproof flocked top can handle outdoor camping use and cleans easily. 2-in-1 valve has extra-wide openings for fast inflation and deflation. Wave-beam construction gives it a uniform sleeping surface. 8.75" mattress thickness offers extra-soft comfort. Folds compactly for easy storage and travel. Durable, heavy-gauge vinyl. 14-gauge vinyl beams. 15-gauge bottom. Pump sold separately.
Weight capacity: 300 lbs. (Twin), 600 lbs. (Double and Queen).
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As good as camping is ever going to get

I bought this air mattress at Cabella's because their service in the store and their return policy are better than some other retailers. The salesperson helped me test the mattress and a pump in the store, which would not have happened at a department store. Some stores have a no-return policy for air mattresses. I prefer an air mattress that doesn't depend on batteries or electricity to inflate. I bought the Intex foot pump, which seemed very economical, sturdy, and efficient. It took about two to three minutes to inflate the mattress with this foot pump---not exactly easy, but worth it for a good night's sleep. I used this mattress for one week of tent camping in September. It was much more comfortable than I expected, just a bit less comfortable than my home mattress. I would give it 4.8 stars for comfort, which is saying a lot because I have a bad back, hips, and shoulders. It gives firm support, with no sinking down under your hips to create back pain. I also camp with a fairly expensive cot and a top-of-the-line backpacking air mattress. The Intex is more comfortable, for---unbelievably---one-eighth of the price! The only inconvenience, for older people, is that you have to get up off the ground to exit your tent. But the height of the Intex makes sitting on it and getting up reasonably easy, compared to a lower mattress. The mattress lost quite a bit of firmness for the first two nights and needed more air. I guess this is due to the plastic stretching. After that it stayed fully inflated on the remaining nights. The mattress seemed sturdy and durable. I was able to kneel on it without fear of damaging it. The valves worked very well with the foot pump---no air is lost when you remove the pump hose after inflating. You can make it softer by loosening the deflation valve slightly and letting a bit of air out. The mattress deflated very quickly when I unscrewed the deflation valve. It took about 30 seconds to deflate it and fold it up. It's not difficult to get all the air out. If you're camping in cold weather, you will need an insulator on top of the mattress, like a 3/8" closed cell foam pad. Otherwise this and any other air mattress will draw huge amounts of warmth away from your body. I didn't have a pad. I was using a 35-degree down sleeping bag, the temperature was about 40, and I was cold. The sleeping bag is not enough to keep you warm on an uninsulated mattress. Another minor problem I noticed is that the velour top sticks to your clothing, making it hard to turn over, and bits of lint, down feathers, etc. stick to it and are hard to remove. A sheet would solve that problem. I plan to use this mattress at home for guests and during power outages in the winter to sleep near the wood stove. It will be much better than the sofa. I can't think of any reason to spend any more than this for an air mattress. It's comfortable, convenient, and seems durable. I wish Intex would make a smaller model specifically for camping---like 30" x 72" x 4".
AddyPaddler at Cabelas on 09/18/2012

Great for camping!

I purchased this after searching many sites and I am so glad I did! It works great. Inflates quickly (with the ac adapter to the car) and deflates even quicker! Easy to fold and store! I am purchasing two more for our next camping trip!
littlecampers at Cabelas on 08/21/2013

Did what it was supposed to

FIrst time I pumped it up it didn't hold for an hour. Then I realized the fill cap wasn't completely tight. Tightened that up and it held for 2 weeks. Probably would have held a lot longer but I deflated it to put away.
fish52 at Cabelas on 09/04/2013

Great Air Bed

Nice and comfortable for my cott up at hunting camp. No pumping it up after it is filled up.
jerbehr at Cabelas on 12/31/2013