Coleman Quickbed, Queen

Mai 1, 2015 - Comment

The Coleman Quickbed combines comfort, reliability and versatility in one great airbed. This queen-sized airbed measures 78″ x 60″ x 5″ high when inflated, and fits standard-sized sheets. The Quickbed is constructed of high-grade, puncture-resistant PVC, with a Comfort Coil system inside for great support, and a soft plush top for luxurious comfort. The bed

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The Coleman Quickbed combines comfort, reliability and versatility in one great airbed. This queen-sized airbed measures 78″ x 60″ x 5″ high when inflated, and fits standard-sized sheets. The Quickbed is constructed of high-grade, puncture-resistant PVC, with a Comfort Coil system inside for great support, and a soft plush top for luxurious comfort. The bed inflates and deflates quickly, thanks to Coleman’s Double-Lock valve. Like all Coleman inflatable products, this Quickbed features Coleman’s Airtight System, so your bed stays inflated while you sleep. The attached Coleman Wrap ‚N‘ Roll System makes packing, storing and transporting a breeze.

Product Features

  • Comfortable Coil system for great support
  • Soft plush top for luxurious comfort
  • Fits standard-size sheets
  • Airtight System with Double Lock Valve so your mattress stays inflated
  • Attached Wrap ‚N‘ Roll storage system
  • Inflated dimensions: 78 in x 58 inx 8 in
  • Location, temperature, and humidity will affect the firmness of the airbed. Airbeds will need to be occasionally re-inflated (topped off) to maintain desired firmness upon initial use and when used for more than a few days as material tends to relax over time.

Comments

Bill Wyman says:

You’ll have to buy one next year, but . . . It’s a great air mattress–while it lasts. Proof? I just ordered the third one in as many years. No, we don’t lay them out on bed of nails, or on rocky ground, over- or under-inflate them (we use a Coleman low pressure fan-pump to fill them), or otherwise mistreat them. And we DO enjoy sleeping on them. We always roll them up, wind the flap around them and tie it, and transport and store them in the fabric bag provided by Coleman.And about a year later, they leak. Not a big leak, a slow one. You go to bed as comfortable as a cookie, and wake up in the morning too close to the ground for comfort. There’s no hole we can ever find. They don’t rip open. The seams don’t split. You could get exasperated, but we’re cheerful. Just get out the pump and re-inflate it for another night. After all, we’re getting a lot of comfort for $40 or less.But we aren’t complacent. This year we shopped around for something that would be just as comfortable, but more durable, thinking…

the dude says:

Good nights sleep while camping I bought this for my girlfriend and myself to sleep on for her first time camping. I had be previously use to simply rolling out a 3/4″ thin mat that you blow air into that basically makes the ground less hard. Then came this…Sweet sweet heaven. I had never used an air mattress while camping and I don’t know if I will ever go back to air mats. Hell if it’s not too much elevation variation I might even consider a single mattress when I am able to go backpacking again.This bed seems very sturdy and didn’t leak at all the few days we had it filled. Never had to break the pump out to refill it. We had two dogs with us and of course they came into the tent with us but I was wary because of them jumping in and running all over the mattress. They ran across it and on it and stood there but again we didn’t have any problems. I love the quick fold, roll and wrap for storage.I bought the Coleman Rechargeable Quick Pump to use with this and it worked…

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