Double the height for extra comfort, and to make getting up easier - the All Terrain Queen Double High air bed is a solid choice for camping or indoor use.
The bonded puncture resistant surface is durable and will support more weight, so you can get it out for your guests, or take it with you to your next camping trip with confidence. This air bed is also lighter, and more stretch and puncture resistant than standard Coleman airbeds of the same size so it will hold up over time.
The coil construction provides lots of support for superior comfort, and storing this mat is a breeze as it comes with an in-built fold and roll system for easy packing. Leaks won’t be on your radar, as this bed is factory tested to be leak free and has a dual lock valve to prevent air escaping.
The best feature though is that you can just throw your standard sheets on the All Terrain to keep it nice and clean. The Coleman All Terrain is the easy choice for weekends away, or to use as bedding for your houseguests.
47% more puncture resistant, 25% more stretch resistant and 30% lighter than standard Coleman airbed of the same size
Factory tested to be leak free
Wrap and roll built-in storage system
Coil construction provides better support for superior comfort
Can I use the Coleman rechargeable pump I have with this airbed? I'm confused with some of previous answers in past post. Sorry.
Nina - Revesby(3 years ago)
Any of the Coleman pumps including the rechargeable pump will be suitable for this airbed. The pumps should come with a range of adapters to fit the valve on the airbed.
Susie - Snowys(3 years ago)
Weight limit and is there a max psi/bar1 answer
Hello, I’m curious what is the weight limit for these? Also is there a set or max psi/ bar to pump this up to.
Matt - Halls HeD(3 years ago)
Coleman doesn't list a max PSI/bar for these airbeds, however, once they are quite tight they'll be nice and firm. Coleman hasn't specifically listed a max weight on this particular model, but one of the other models has a max weight of 270kg - so we'd assume this one will be similar, or maybe slightly lower.
Leece - Snowys(3 years ago)
What does the one year warranty cover 1 answer
Just wanting to know, what does the warranty cover. Eg punctures?
Carol - Arundel (4 years ago)
The one year warranty on the Coleman All-Terrain Queen Dbl High Airbed will cover manufacturing faults, for example, valve and seam related problems. Punctures are not covered under warranty as they are caused by external environmental factors.
Leece - Snowys(4 years ago)
Which Coleman air pump to use for Coleman All Terrain Queen Double High Airbed?1 answer
My brother bought the Coleman 12v air pump and the Coleman All Terrain Queen Air bed, but the pump doesn't seem to have to correct fitting for the bed.
Elaine - Elliminyt(5 years ago)
The Coleman 12v air pump will suit the All Terrain Queen Dbl High Airbed. They come with adaptors that will fit a range of airbeds, but they should definitely fit the mattress you've got. Which adapter are you using?
Leece - Snowys(5 years ago)
Hi. Interested in a bed for (Christmas) guests staying over. Mostly indoors/inside. However - How can I stop th 'from the ground up' cold with the Coleman, if camping in winter? Any suggestions?1 answer
See above question
Danny - Macclesfield(5 years ago)
There's really not a lot that can be done to make an airbed 'warmer' as its the cold air inside that mattress that you feel. The best thing we can think of is to grab something like a down mattress topper from a department store to add some insulation between you and the bed.
Tim - Snowys(5 years ago)
Air pump?1 answer
Does the coleman all terrain queen double high airbed come with a air pump or do I need to buy one separately??
Double high quickbed vs all terrain double high air bed 1 answer
Thanks so much for the answer relating to fabric on the top of the quickness.
Just one more if thatâ€™s ok, which ones better and likely to last longer ?
I like the softness but as long as the all terrain is just as comfortable I can put a sheet on top which I do anyway. I just want to get the best one out of the two.
Rachel - 6064(5 years ago)
Tough call! I've asked our warranties/repair manager for his opinion and he felt either is a good option. Most of the issues he sees with either model are punctures in the base of the mat. So either should work well just give the floor a good clean before you lay the mat down! And remember you don't get the pump built in with the All Terrain, so for convenience, I tend to lean toward the Quickbed w/pump.
Tim - Snowys(5 years ago)
Is the surface of the bed soft like the double high quickbed1 answer
Hi I have the Coleman double high quick bed air bed but it now has a whole after 3.5 years of camp use, so looking for a new and similar one, just wanted to know if the terrain bed has a soft top like the double high quickbed or is it a plastic feeling too
Rachel - 6064(5 years ago)
The All Terrain mattresses from Coleman have a nice matte finish fabric on top, but they're not as nice and soft as the Quickbed's fuzzy, flocked Rayon top. So I'd suggest if you're after something as comfy as your old one I'd grab another Quickbed. Alternatively, if you can locate the hole you could have a crack at repairing it with one of these Elemental Air Mattress Repair Kits.
Tim - Snowys(5 years ago)
Repair kit1 answer
Hi we brought this mattress a few months ago & have only used it on the lounge room floor a couple of times & it has gone down already , we have found a hole in it , so disappointed. It took me forever to convince the other half to buy it as this inflatable mattress wouldnâ€™t go down like the others he was used to , now itâ€™s â€˜ I told you so â€˜
Anyway can we do something??? We havenâ€™t even taken it outside camping yet
Christy - Scone(5 years ago)
I've had a chat with our warranties and repairs manager, Nick. He's all over this sort of stuff. I'll copy and post what he wrote below:
She could simply use some Seam Grip and put a dab on the hole covering at least 6-8mm around the hole, allow to dry for at least 24 hours in this cooler weather and check the hole again to see if it is leaking. Make sure the area is clean, dust and oil free before applying. Seam grip is not only an adhesive but a flexible waterproofing agent which will make her mat airtight and watertight once more :)
Ben - Snowys(5 years ago)
Type and size of valve fitted to this mattress.1 answer
Hello Snowys, There doesn't seem to be a photo detailing the valve area of this mattress. I'm interested to know whether or not I could inflate it using my 12 v compressor with the appropriate valve attachment but need to know what attachment may fit. Could you please advise what is needed to attach at the mattress end of any inflating apparatus?
Gary Duncan - Degilbo Queensland(6 years ago)
The valve on the Coleman All Terrain Queen Dbl High Airbed is a large but fairly standard size valve for airbeds. I've double checked the valve and the attachment would need to be approximately 14mm to fit into the valve. If you can't get something to attach to your compressor then the Coleman Rechargeable Quickpump with do the job and comes with a range of adaptors. You can check it out here: https://www.snowys.com.au/quickpump-rechargeable-12v240v
Leece - Snowys(6 years ago)
2 questions1 answer
I got 2 questions about this mattress.
1. this doesn't have a built in pump correct? Can it be pumped by other branded air pumps (such as my kmart one)
and 2. I think it already has it in the description, but does it comes with a carry case?
Ray - 3008(6 years ago)
You're right, it doesn't come with a pump. Any pump can be used as long as it fits the valve.
It also doesn't come with a carry bag as such, rather included is a protective cover that wraps around the mattress when rolled up.