Have always had no trouble with these airbeds, in fact I've even raved about how much I love them for years, but this one got two punctures on it's first go, both on the indents (one underneath and one on top - the one on top definitely wasn't aanything sharp because we also had a foam topper on it). To kr this indocates poor manufacturing and/or reduction in material quality. Not cool.when you spend more for what is supposed to be quality. The indents where the punctures are also made them very tricky to repair, especially on the velour side, and made me realise they don't even come with a small repair kit. Despite multiple attempts, we couldn't get the puncture on the velour side to seal. Will be looking around for a new brand now as sleep is very important to me, especially on holidays!
I'm sorry to hear that your brand new quickbed is having some issues. The good news is - ever since Coleman released the Quickbed airbed range, they haven't downgraded any specs.
I'd be confident to say that they're still as comfy & strong today as they were 10 years ago - which leads me to think you could've received a dud out of the factory. If you have a second, could you please give us a call (1300 914 007), we'd like to do our best to fix the issue. Laine :)
It needs a mattress protector to stop the cold getting through the sheet. If you have a sleeping bag, it's ideal. However, with normal bedding, an underlay to keep the warmth in and to stop the colder ground temperature from getting in is a good idea for winter. It's a cool bed for camping.
Thanks for your review David. Looks like such a lovely setting to wake up to!
Lani, unfortunately you will not fit two of the Double Airbeds in the Lakeside 6 Geo tent. While the basic floor dimensions of the tent indicate that you would have plenty of room, when you break it down it's not the case. There is an internal divider for the front vestibule so that cuts down the length of the main room, plus the tent angles inwards at either end so again reduces the amount of room you have to fit your airbeds. One airbed would fit nicely with plenty of room to move and you could fit two of the smaller single mats (one in the main room and one in the vestibule). If you're looking for a dome tent that will comfortably fit two queen airbeds plus your gear, you'll need to look in our family dome tent range. I'd suggest you have a look at the Coleman Riverview 10 or the Outdoor Connection Bedarra as an alternative. I hope this helps, please feel free to call us on 1300 914 007 if you'd like to discuss this further.
What is the load capacity of this product please? Also does it require a Coleman specific pump or will a standard 240volt generic air pump suffice?
G’day Chenelle, the Coleman Double Quickbed Airbed does not need a Coleman brand pump, a standard manual pump or 240V pump will do the trick. As for the weight capacity – I can’t find anything written on the box or in the catalogue so I’ve contacted the Coleman rep and I will get back to you as soon as I can get a solid answer for you.
Hi Chanelle, I’ve just had a chat with Coleman and all of their beds including the Double Quickbed have been tested to over 200kg, so while there is no official weight rating it will easily hold 2 adults.
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