$50-$150 – Top 3 – March ’17 update 35

top-choice-puncture-resistant-no-leak-air-mattressThis price range is the sweet spot of prices vs. quality.

That is why in our past 10 updates the TOP 3 choices in this price range were also the TOP 3 Overall.

That’s why we don’t even have a listed category of air mattresses under 50 bucks. You might see the companies claiming the air mattresses being puncture proof or whatnot but two simple truths are:

  • (a) there is no completely puncture proof ( or even resistant) air mattress
  • (b) to minimize your chances of facing the headaches of leaks and you have have to look for an airbed that has a proven track record of solid PVC and seams.

 

The harsh truth is, you’ll almost never find it for under $50 bucks.

We’re not going to get into the pesky tech stuff about the cost of the PVC and what kid of a PVC you can use to make an air mattress that costs $30, we’ be on our way to presenting the results in this price range.

 

TOP 3 air mattresses in the price range

 
Air Mattress
 
Overall
Rating

Amazon ratings
& price comparison link
 
SoundAsleep Dream
Series Air Mattress

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9.6
 
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Lazery Sleep
air mattress
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8.9
 
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Sky Blue
Bamboo Cover
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8.8
 
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Top of the price range and top choice overall – SoundAsleep Dream Series

Ratings – 9.7 / 10

One of the best beds of the year in any category, this mattress shook the foundation of the air mattress market. The only issue is that it’s out of stock so often. I am guessing the guys at SoundAsleep were not ready for this kind of demand

Let us dig deeper and see what’s so good about it:

The fact sheet of the mattress:

 

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  • Innovative internal design for optimal support – 40 comfort coils
  • no air leaks – extra strong double stitched seams
  • fast plug-and-play pump inflates and deflates the bed in under 3 minutes
  • Extra height for a more luxurious sleeping experience
  • no sliding or slipping – sure grip materials used at the bottom (thick durable PVC)
  • Flocked, durable, waterproof top
  • Soft top finish
  • carry bag included
  • 1-year full Guarantee on any defects

 

See the Amazon ratings of the Dream Series and compare prices below

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The PROs – from the users of the bed:

  • this is my 4th air bed and the best so far…
  • it really doesn’t leak…I set it up 10 days ago and have been sleeping on it every night without adding air
  • great customer service, the bed had a hole on arrival and they sent me a new one the next day…
  • it’s just as comfortable as my regular mattress which cost me 5 times as much…
  • I like the sturdy sides…we don’t sink to the middle like we used to with our old inflatable…
  • so simple to set up an down…packs small, too…
  • well deserved name…haven’t slept this well in months…
  • surprised how fast the shipping was, it was on my steps the next day…
  • the height is just right so you neither jump of it or stand up from it…
  • the velvet finish keeps the sheets in place…
  • the auto-deflation is so practical…

The CONs – as per the users:

  • it fills the room with a faint plastic odor that lingers for days…
  • It leaks somewhere and I can’t find the leak, I’ve sent it back and waiting for replacement…

Resume:

Hands down the best bang for your buck in this or any other price range, the SoundAsleep Dream Series is THE mattress to get these days and that was the case for the last 2 years.

We love the fact that the “new” arrivals we’ve seen in the form of the Lazery Sleep and we don’t even know how to call it so we’re calling it Sky Blue (it’s given name is “Best Choice” but we’re not calling it that, it’s just confusing for our readers).

The times are a-changing indeed, this is the first update we’ve seen since we started the website back in 2012 that none of the industry giants like Insta, Aerobed or Serta have a place in the TOP 3 here. It might not be so good for them but it’s great for the industry.

It means more caution when outsourcing, better approach when trying to cut cost…all good things…

But back to the analysis of the SoundAsleep – yes, rated at 97/100, if the small family company which SoundAsleep still is continued the good work and simply doesn’t change a thing, we see this bed dominating for the unforeseeable future.

Summary of it’s features and advantages:

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See what the users are saying about the Sound Asleep Dream Series on Amazon below

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Lazery Sleep – runner up of the category

Ratings – 8.9 / 10

Runner-up of the category is a refreshing in more ways than one. First of all, the color – we haven’t been dealing with many read airbeds over the past year, but that’s just means it’s easy on the eyes.

Surprisingly (since we didn’t expect much from the air mattress when it hit the market), this product is currently the runner-up both in the price range and Overall and has been for over a few months now. It’s very similar to the SoundAsleep in terms of the technology and materials used.

Let’s get to it’s fact sheet and what our featured testers shared – we have to admit here that the pool of data we have on Lazery is not as big as with other products, it’s “young”.

But, we have enough date to rate and review it.

lazery-twin-runner-up-puncture-resistantThe fact sheet of the inflatable bed:

  • fast electric pump (built-in) and an LED remote
  • inflation/deflation time – under 4 minutes
  • 500 lbs is the max supported weight
  • highest quality vinyl used
  • luxurious soft top
  • all the materials used are certified as non-toxic
  • 1 Year full warranty on all defects

 

See what the users are saying about the Lazery Sleep on Amazon below


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The PROs the tester report:

  • super easy to inflate and deflate…
  • I love the raised edges, it’s like sleeping on a cloud…
  • I’ve been sleeping on it 5 nights in a row without the need to add air…
  • I like the firmness, no rolling into the middle of the bed like with my old airbeds…
  • quiet pump…
  • comfortably sleeps two adults, and we only added air once in 10 days…
  • just as supportive and firm as a regular mattress…
  • didn’t expect too much at that price point, bought it just for the camping trip, it exceeded my expectations…
  • fast delivery…
  • super friendly customer service…
  • my guests couldn’t stop talking about it the next morning…

The Cons the testers reported:

  • distinct rubbery odor can last for days…
  • I feel the rushes of cold air during the night…
  • it seems to leak somewhere and I can’t find where…waiting for the replacement…

My review resume:

The ratings of the Lazery Sleep paint a pretty good picture, it’s very close in every quality aspect that matters to the winner of the category and if you look at things like that, it comes down to color preference – blue of the SoundAsleep vs. red of the Lazery Sleep.

Even the Amazon ratings are pretty close at the moment of writing this review, compare the two beds below.

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See what the users are saying about the Lazery Sleep on Amazon below


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Sky Blue with a Bamboo Cover

Ratings – 8.8 / 10

The only bone we have to pick with this airbed is the name. They named it something like “Best Choice”…

Now, we can’t call it that because it would be confusing for the reader, what’s the best choice – the SoundAsleep or the Best Choice…??

So wherever this bed appears in our guides we’ll call like above “Sky Blue with a Bamboo Cover”.

3rd-best-in-price-range-puncture-proof-airbed-sky-blueThe product specifications:

  • Hypoallergenic bamboo skirt
  • Removable Bamboo Cover – fitted and machine-washable
  • 600 lbs capacity
  • Coil-beam design for increased durability
  • Materials – vinyl encased in nylon laminate (the company claims it increases the durability of the PVC by 40% and minimizes stretching)
  • Powerful two-way pump inflates and deflates the bed in minutes

PROs:

  • Just the perfect height…
  • More stylish than most airbeds – a good choice for a guest airbed
  • It has 100 lbs in capacity over the other two choices on the list
  • Beam construction really does mean better weight distribution if it works as advertised, and in this blow up bed, it does
  • The only airbed on the list that comes as a King size air mattress
  • my mother stayed for a week and she was very pleased with the comfort (and believe me, she’s hard to please) and we didn’t add air once during her stay…
  • simple to operate, set up, set down and also packs small for storage…
  • great customer service…

The CONs:

  • develops a plastic odor, but the instructions says to inflate and deflate it 3 times before use to get rid of the odor, and it worked…

Bottom line

Nicknamed Sky Blue (by us) this product definitely deserves a place among the best air mattresses, which is where it has been in last few updates.

And seeing so many reviews talking about outstanding customer service of this small company is just great.

Made by a website that only used to carry and provide (solid) information on air mattresses, which means they knew what works and what doesn’t as they were designing this airbed.

So far so good and the last piece of the equation is to see how the product will stand the test of time over the long haul.

From what we can see, and read in it’s reviews, this bed has arrived. You can see it’s Amazon ratings and more user reviews below.

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See what the users are saying about the Sky Blue on Amazon below

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Honorable mentions in the price range

As we said, we firmly believe that the domination we are seeing these days from the new kids on the block of air mattress is good for YOU, the end-user.

It means more work for us and our featured testers, but this became our full-time job and it’s good we are finally seeing some serious movements – we are eager to see the response of the industry giants and classic brands to the trend.

For now, some of the industry classics are trailing, but they still deserve a mention and that’s why we have this following section, where we pay respects to the airbeds that were at the TOP 10 over the past year or two.

Serta Raised Airbed with a Never-Flat Pump

Ratings – 8.8 / 10

The better of the two air mattresses that include a never-flat pump.

The pump was all the rage when it was first introduced but it’s becoming less of a factor as blow up beds appear that don’t have the issue of maintaining firmness in the first place.

4th-choice-in-price-range-puncture-proof-serta-raised-airbedThe features as Serta lists them:

  • extra height for extra comfort
  • pre-sets of firmness you can choose from
  • powerful electric pump inflates and deflates the bed in minutes
  • the secondary pump is designed to remain in the ON mode so that it adds air whenever the sensors inside recognize the bed is loosing pressure (yes, that means you can just turn it on and forget about adding air)
  • soft plush top
  • only highest quality materials used

So, Serta has a lot to brag about in this bed, but let’s see what the customers are saying:

The PROs – from our testers (direct quotes):

  • my best investment in years, it works just as good as the day it arrived…
  • exactly as advertised…
  • such a relief that I don’t have to worry about adding air, I just leave the small pump in the ON mode and forget about it…
  • This was supposed to be a negative review but I changed it after a great experience with their customer service. I called them ready to argue, but they were very professional and replaced my bed that leaked with a new one in a matter of days…
  • I don’t really like the air-bed feel, but when I slept on this Serta at my dad’s place I got one for our house…just as comfortable and sturdy as a regular mattress…
  • No change after 4 months of everyday use, , the best queen air mattress under $200 I owned, and this is my 4th one
  • This is my 5th air mattress and there’s really no comparison, this bed is a whole level above my previous beds…
  • I got this as a temporary solution for a move and it’s now my primary bed, I see no reason to invest thousands when this bed is just as comfortable…
  • I’ve bee thinking and researching for weeks before going with this bed. I am completely satisfied in any aspect that matters…
  • True to advertised size…
  • Finally an air bed that doesn’t squeak when I turn during the night…I can relax and sleep without worrying about waking others…
  • I’ve got this when my brother and his wife came to visit us for the summer…now I hear they got one for their home…

See what the users are saying about the Serta Never-Flat on Amazon below


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  • it develops a rubbery smell, and it takes days for it to fade…
  • it started to leak and it’s impossible to find the spot…I am sending this back…

My review resume:

I owned this bed and I know this bed. It hasn’t changed in years and I took it camping, hiking… sleeping on nothing but rocks underneath.

I’ve had my grandchildren jump on it, and it was still the same after years of use until I retired it to the basement where my son was putting together his “man-cave” or whatever.

I know what’s the most confusing aspect of choosing an air bed. You go over to Amazon and read people saying something similar to what I said above – how good it is and how well it holds air and then you see people saying just the opposite.

So, where is the answer?

Simple – in statistics. Over the years of doing these reviews, I developed a precise yet very simple rating system. I count all the reviews I can find and see how many of the users are saying it holds air well and how many of them report leaks.

Then I follow up these products and tweak the rating formulas.

That way I’ve established precise criteria to determine if something is a fluke or a real issue with the product. It sounds complicated, but it’s just 2nd grade math and a lot of patience to count the reviews.

Bottom line – there will always be reports of leaks, these are all air mattresses. Some of them come flawed out of the factory and some of them get damaged in transport.

This Serta is well within the “green zone” and if you get one that leaks, you just replace it. That’s easy with Serta – they have a very professional and friendly customer service.

I’m sorry if I bored you with my formula talk, just wanted to explain how I draw my conclusions. This is a price range that offers a wide variety of choices, you can even get yourself an airbed with a frame if that suits your needs.

Anyway, this Serta Raised is a solid, reliable airbed proven over the years. One of the best value-for-money offers on the market.

SimplySleeper SS-58RF Raised 18″ airbed

Ratings – 8.3 / 10

This is one of the few air mattresses that received a full 10/10 in both Durability and Longevity categories.

The innovative material does makes a difference in terms of puncture-resistance. Apart from being one of the most durable and one of the top choices among airbeds for everyday use, the material makes it the only bed on the list that you can easily clean without staining.

SimplySleeper-SS-58RF-durable-puncture-resistantThe fact sheet of the SS-58RF:

  • Patented material – Durmothane Polyester (durable PVC)
  • Powerful and fast pump – 110v and 600W of power
  • Inflation and deflation time – 3 minutes
  • Four size choice and all of them true-to-size
  • three layers puncture resistant materials
  • weight max 600 lbs
  • one year warranty on the airbed, two years on the pump and valve
  • Full 1-YEAR warranty

Check out on the link below what other customers had to say about this mattress on Amazon:

PROs as reported by users:

  • better than our matrix bed that cost 5 times as much…
  • inflates and deflates just as quickly as they said in the add…
  • very friendly customer service…
  • inflates in just over 2 minutes
  • took it camping 4 times so far, no issues at all, just make sure you have where to plug int in for the first inflation
  • the pillows stay in place and that a huge relief compared to my old inflatable, I guess it’s because of the material that feels different compared to any blow up bed I owned
  • firm and comfortable, no sinking…
  • well worth the price tag…
  • my father in law has back problems and we got this for when he comes over, he says it’s the best night’s sleep he had in years…
  • I like how big this bed is…
  • feels like a real mattress…

CONs:

  • If you are sleeping with no sheets, the material will take getting used to
  • No color choices
  • Costs a bit more than the other beds on list

My review resume:

Judging by the reviews, if you own pets and your airbed will suffer daily claw-attacks this is the bed to own.

The company making it (SimplyGlobo) is known as reliable manufacturers that stands behind it’s products and has a good, polite and fast customer service.

The 1-Year warranty is the touch that puts this bed over the TOP and places it (currently) among our TOP 10 choices and TOP 3 if durability & Longevity is your primary concern.

See what the users are saying about the SimplySleeper 58-RF on Amazon below

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Final thoughts

This month’s update in the category finally brought a significant change, a change  among the TOP 3. That’s big, it hasn’t happen in almost a year now.

The thought I’d like to leave you with – last year our website has seen a massive overhaul in the form of excluding air mattresses with unstable ratings and quality changes. We are now listing air mattresses that we can firmly stand behind as being top of the line.

I’m saying this because the depths we take our ratings and reviews to it might seem like you are seeing an air mattress that’s not as good. Bear in mind, every last bed you see listed on our website is one of the best out there and you can relax if you like a bed that’s not as highly-rated as the SoundAsleep.

We’ve been getting questions about this – when people read the reviews and they had their eyes set on an air mattress they get taken aback and hesitate. Just last week I got a question from a lady from Great Falls, Montana, saying that she really liked the Insta EZ but is now thinking it’s not good enough because of our reviews and the couple of points in rankings difference.

Don’t go down that road – if the bed is listed an rated on our website it’s absolutely worth it, especially after the overhaul when we cut down the beds we are listing only about 4 dozen airbed from the hundreds we tested and still testing.

Bottom line – if you see it here, relax and don’t think about the ratings difference, if you don’t ask us in the comments or through email, we probably tested or reviewed it at some point over the years.

Take care and sleep tight,

James

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James Menta

Camping Gear Reviewer at BestAirMattressGuide.com
Three things you need to know about James - he holds a degree in Materials Technology from the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, he is a zealot for the great outdoors and he can never find his glasses.       In brief intermissions between looking for his glasses, he is the Editor-in-chief of BestAirMattressGuide.com.

35 thoughts on “$50-$150 – Top 3 – March ’17 update

  1. Reply Nancy Feb 12,2017 10:13 pm

    I would like a FULL SIZE air bed for occasional use only,it would stay folded up most of the time, something with that desirable 20 inch height, although I see mostly 18 inches, even when they say it is 20 inches high ?

    FULL, because I have Full Sheets already. Full, because I think most people ( guests ) would like that best, unless you think people are happy enough on a nice twin, 18-20 inch air bed for one night. I think the height might be more important than the Full vs. the TWIN. I do not want Queen. No sheets, no space, no need. None have 100% ratings, so it appears a good warranty might count a lot. ONE customer said the Wal Mart gave her a hassel, when usually Amazon and Wal Mart are superior on warranties, so I was ignoring the Manufacturers warranties which for the lower price beds are like 30 days…then Amazon and Wal Mart would be the warranty people. I want a low price bed, with height for only occasional use, that will be stored often and needs to inflate quickly. I need some height. I am 62, and friends don’t want to sleep on the floor. What do you recommend? I have not reassembled my second bedroom yet, just sold the twin bed that took up space I NEED more than I had guests. I have a full bed which I give a guest and I could sleep on the sofa…but older people are not going to want to take my bed away from me and believe me that it is okay, and these air mattresses are really a gold mind for my purposes. My second bedroom can give a guest privacy which is BIG. Next, I need the open space day by day, and I think they NEED it to be 22 inches tall ( or as tall as possible without spending a ton of money. 18 might be okay). Nancy

    • Reply James Mar 13,2017 7:13 pm

      Hey Nancy,

      Here is a link to the guide on best full-sized beds.

      These all offer solid warranties and seem like a good choice for your situation, expect the Fox, don’t go with that – it’s big, heavy and not easy to store.

      I hope this helps

  2. Reply XY Oct 29,2015 7:33 pm

    Hi, I am just wondering what is the best way to use an air mattress for the long run.
    I’ve had my Sound Asleep mattress for 3 month now, and have noticed some severe deformation around the pump, and the bed has expanded a great many horizontally. I am guessing this may be because I haven’t deflated my mattress since I started using it. So, should I deflate more often? Will it harm the mattress when I inflate it with my memory foam mattress topper and beddings on it? Thank you!

    • Reply James Dec 18,2015 11:39 am

      Hi XY,

      I’ve never been these two questions before but I’ll do my best to provide some insight 🙂

      Let’s start with the second question – first things first, I am not entirely sure what you mean.
      * Do you just place the topper and the bedding on the deflated mattress when setting it up from scratch. That should do no harm, but why would you do that?
      * If you are wrapping the elastic band of the sheet on a completely deflated bed with a topper under it, you’ll put additional stress on the inner seams. It’s no big deal and I don’t really know the effects, but it’s just common sense not do it. Is doing it that much of a time saver? Never trued it…
      * If it’s a question of semantics and you are referring to topping off the bed (adding air during the night) of course you’re not going to take the topper and sheets off…

      The first question:

      There’s no precise answer, even the companies making the air bed don’t provide recommendations for that. But let me try and make sense of it based on what I know – if you are sleeping on your mattress every night and it’s not in an area where it’s likely to be damaged by sharp object or such, don’t deflate it every day. While inflating, the seams on the mattress will stretch until it’s fully inflated, so bear that tear & wear in mind. Also, if you deflate it every day, you fold it, pack it, thus increasing the the chances of causing some sort of damage to the seams.

      You can also make a case that if you don’t deflate the mattress the seams are under constant stress (material fatigue). To me, it’s a thing of dynamic vs. passive force. To try and depict it more clearly, it’s like the difference between somebody using the same force to press their fist against your, let’s say, chest and punching you in the chest. The punch will do more damage.

      Not to complicate things – I don’t have a precise answer to this but i do feel like an air mattress, all things considered, will last longer if it’s not inflated and deflated every day.

      Hew (wiping the sweat off his forehead) , I hope I made sense…

      Cheers

  3. Reply Gregg Aug 26,2015 1:19 am

    Great work James. .i was thinking of the instabed queen by your recommendation but was wondering if you are able to inflate this using a battery operated pump in case of camping without electricity. ..thanks so much

    • Reply James N Sep 21,2015 9:45 am

      Hi Gregg,

      Thanks for the kind words, buddy. Any way I see comment like yours on the work I do to rate these beds is a good day.

      And yes, Insta is a good brand, one of the best air mattresses out there…

      Thanks again,

      James

  4. Reply FF Apr 7,2015 5:14 pm

    Hi James,

    I’m an avid camper as well and have a specific request. Do you know of any air beds that have BOTH electric (plug) and battery operated pump? I want to be able to plug it in at home to fill, but want to be able to use batteries when away from electricity. I tried a battery only pump before and it was awful…requiring new batteries often and took ages to pump up.

    Thanks!

    • Reply James Menta Apr 8,2015 11:51 am

      Hey fellow camper,

      It is very specific and I must disappoint you and say that I don’t know of anything of the sort worth spending money on. You know the saying that things who do everything usually do none of those things very good. I have seen some cheap Chinese air mattresses that do have both but take it from me, you don’t want those.

      I guess my advise would be to choose one of the better air beds with one of the features and get the other kind of pump separately. This guide here might help you Guide to the best air bed pumps on the market

      Hope this helps and do report back about what you went with

      Thanks

  5. Reply Jacob Dec 28,2014 2:08 am

    Mr. Menta,

    I just purchased my first camper. It is a hybrid that has fold out queen beds on each end. I am looking to get a good quality air mattress. I have owned a twin 120v Areobed for many years that I have used at home and camping. I try to research these type of things before purchasing. According to your research I feel like the Areobed is not the best one. I purchased a Coleman air mattresses recently. It indicated it was leak proof but it was not of course.

    I like my mattress really firm all through the night. The camper has a plywood base which it will sit on. I know, I will need the 9″ version of whatever I get for height clearance. I have had my eyes on the Insta-bed with never flat pump. Which one would you recommend for me?

    Thanks, Jacob

  6. Reply Pam Nov 5,2014 8:36 pm

    Hi James:

    Thanks so much for your awesome research! I’m looking for an air mattress for my kids to switch off using (ages 14 and 17) for one week only and therefore, want to spend the least amount possible. Can you recommend one that fits the bill? Thanks!

    Pam

  7. Reply Jay Sep 12,2014 1:53 am

    Hi James,

    I’m bouncing back and forth between the SoundAsleep Dream Series and the Insta Raised Bed with Never-Flat. I’d like to use the mattress both for car camping and visiting guests. I am considering the Insta because of the never-flat technology, but is it worth it? or will the SoundAsleep be just as reliable. One worry I have is while camping, I may not be able to keep the Insta plugged in all night.

    Would love your thoughts.

    Thanks

  8. Reply Leeknow Jul 17,2014 5:21 am

    Great job on the air mattress ratings
    I am undecided between the memory foam
    And the never flat air mattress
    Will keep reading reviews till I decide
    On the correct one!
    Thanks again

  9. Reply E. Diane Macauley Jul 15,2014 6:32 pm

    I have been interested in getting an air mattress for guests and for camping(as I get older sleeping directly on the ground is getting more uncomfortable). Thank you for all the work you have put into the reviews. They are most helpful and thorough.

  10. Reply Michelle Jul 15,2014 4:56 pm

    I’m thinking of getting one of these for myself instead of a regular mattress!

  11. Reply Lisa Williams Jul 15,2014 3:44 pm

    I love how comfy these beds look and how easy to set up and put away they are,I like the built-in pump and how they wont slide around.

  12. Reply Cami Jul 15,2014 2:32 pm

    I love how you brought these all into one review for comparison. Thanks!

  13. Reply sa collins Jul 15,2014 1:28 pm

    I could really use a new mattress as a gift. My sister was camping at a park up north and an intoxicated driver in a golf cart ran over their tent. Goodby mattress and everything else in the tent. Thank you.

  14. Reply heather kaufman Jul 15,2014 1:13 pm

    The Quick Luxe ® Full Size Raised Air Bed, Flocked Top in Sky Blue sounds great!

  15. Reply Joanne Tillery Jul 15,2014 12:53 pm

    They look like they are very comfortable. Even for someone who may have some back problems such as myself.

  16. Reply Danielle Royalegacy Jul 15,2014 12:36 pm

    I like how they are so high up – like a real bed. It would not be a bother to get out of bed each morning during use. I hate a bed sitting directly on the floor as it hurts my back to get up each morning.

  17. Reply Marci Wright Jul 15,2014 2:07 am

    I’ve actually never slept on an air mattress, but it sure would be handy to have. The Quick Luxe looks really comfortable!

  18. Reply Ben Jul 14,2014 11:35 pm

    Was going to get one for guest but they look so comfy I think I get one for myself

  19. Reply Korina Jul 14,2014 10:30 am

    Awesome looking mattresses. 🙂

  20. Reply Neil Fahey Jul 14,2014 5:11 am

    Some of those would make a tent feel like a luxury hotel! (Almost).

  21. Reply Konstantinos Jul 12,2014 8:54 pm

    Nice job James – would like even more Air Mattresses being reviewed (and of smaller height).
    Good looking website too!

    • Reply James Menta Jul 14,2014 4:26 pm

      Thanks, Konstantinos, just these days I’m doing the research on compiling the guide on low-rise mattresses. Choose the best and take an in depth look…

  22. Reply Lizette Jul 11,2014 5:18 am

    Since I am looking for a good quality but affordable air mattress, these reviews are very helpful.

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