Rigorously tested to ensure that it’ll survive the rough and tumble camping lifestyle, the Coleman Queen Double High Quickbed Airbed with 240V Pump is the ultimate airbed in Coleman’s range.
Made from heavy duty PVC for strength and a rayon flock top for warmth and to keep bedding in place, this airbed provides you with both durability and comfort – so you get the best of both worlds. The double height creates a mattress like experience, and will fit the queen size sheets you already have. The PVC is puncture-proof, so you can get it out for your guests, or take it with you to your next camping trip with confidence.
Set up is easy, as the internal 240v pump quickly inflates the bed with the touch of a switch. Don’t make your houseguests sleep on your dodgy futon, the Coleman Quickbed is the way to go for overnight visitors, or for yourself on your outdoor adventures.
My coleman bed arrived from interstate within 46 hrs of ordering on line. I was super impressed
Rolled out and pumped up just as instructions said
Visitors were extremely comfortable during their weeks stay and had no problems with it deflating
Folded it back up and now back in its own bag ready for use
I highly recommend this particular Aussie made airbed
Our order from Snowys was very prompt, the bed is exactly what we had hoped for and we could not be happier with the whole experience. Thanks Snowys
Works perfectly. Fast inflation and deflation. A number of guests have all been delighted. Thanks to Snowy's for fast delivery and excellent price.
Thanks Snowys!! My guests slept very peacefully on our Colman air bed. Comfortable and reliable, everything you want in an air bed. Delivery was great, on time.
I have owned other double high queen mattresses in the past and this one proved to be much higher. It’s sized perfectly to allow you to sit on the edge and tie up shoes or dig through luggage. You won’t feel other people rolling over during the middle of the night or even toddlers as they jump on top of it. Glad I picked it up!
Used a few times now and works perfectly. Inflates and deflates fast! Exactly what I'd hoped for.
Have tried so many but this one topped the list. I had the best sleep on it and didn't roll into the middle when my hubby moved his body during the night. It is comfortable and firm with no sagging. Fits perfect inside our RV4 Oztent with still room to walk around. So easy to inflate in no time at all, and to deflate also. We just fold it up and put it into a bigger bag for carrying and storage. That way I can add in our fitted sheet and sleeping bag too. Love it!
We both love the size and the fact that it didn't deflate, we had it in our loungeroom to test and it really did tick all the boxes..really comfy i slept like a log lol, and woke up to no backache like in our normal bed thank you snowy.. it fits in our new tent perfectly with heaps of room each side.
What you see is what you get. This item is exactly what I thought I'd get
If not for the good reviews I would never have turned back to using one again after so many let downs. This bed is great, easy to inflate/deflate and stays up for us. We don't roll in to each other, it's large and we are not a small couple. The price is a steal for this kind of quality. We're so glad we gave it a go.
what's more comfortable? what would be warmer? what has a softer top? what's better fabric? are the warren ties the same?
These air mattresses are really hard to split in regards to what you've asked. They're both quite comfortable (for an air mattress), come with the same warranty duration and both have a flocked top to them. Furthermore, the height of both mattresses will provide more than suitable insulation.
The main difference is that the Double High Quickbed obviously gives you more height making it a bit easier to get in and out of bed, but the Aerobed had a detachable battery powered pump making it a bit easier to inflate.
Hi there, does this bed come with its own carry bag/case?
The Coleman Queen Double-High Quickbed & Pump does come with a polyester bag. However, I must admit, it's not very durable to be used on a regular basis but good enough if using occasionally and for storing it while not in use.
Hi if I proceed with purchasing a Coleman inflatable bed, and have issues whilst it is still under warranty, who pays what to send it to Coleman?
Depending on the issue we may not even need to get it back if you were having trouble with it. If it's an obvious fault we can see in a picture we'd generally just send a replacement out to you. We're about to open a store up your way so it could always be dropped in there if needed.
Looking for a double-high king size matrass if available
I've just looked into this, and I'm afraid that Queen is the largest size available in the Coleman airbed line, and we don't have any other king sized mats or airbeds in our range either.
Hi I bought a similar Intex self inflating air bed and it lasted me 6 months with only 2 uses before a small annoying leak showed up and it became useless. Intex were not in interested in helping me at all so into the bin it went after spending $160. How would have Coleman' after sales service performed in the same scenario as a airbed is not used on a daily basis but on occasions as mine was.
Sorry to hear about your experience. You'll be happy to know that Coleman give excellent after sales service and each item is assessed on an individual basis as well as in relation to warranty period. (warranties cover any manufacturing/material defect or fault)
I am confident they would have found a more suitable solution for you.
Is there anyway of charging it using the car socket, or will I need a powerpoint or portable pump? Just thinking for when it is used camping!
This airbed has a valve that is compatible with any Coleman hand, foot or electric pump so you could utilise a 12V rechargeable pump if you prefer to plug into the car socket or get some exercise using a manual pump.
Would it be ok to pump this bed up at campsites with power outlet?
You can pump up this mattress from any 240v power point. One thing to keep in mind though - if you're pumping this mattress outside of your tent and then putting it in, make sure your tent door is big enough!
Some tents that are big enough to fit an airbed, don't have a doorway that's big enough to put the inflated airbeds through. In that case, you may need to use an extension cord so that you can inflate your airbed inside the tent.
Hi guys - just wondering if the queen or double is the best fit for an OzTent RV5
The Sleeping area of the RV5 is 260cm x 260cm so it will definitely fit the Queen Double-High with 240 Pump Quickbed Airbed, and most of our double size airbeds as long as they are under those dimensions.
It really depends on how much floor space you want to have inside the tent - if you'd like more room a double size would be best, but if that's not a concern then the queen would suit as well.
Hi Darren, The cord is 2 metres long from the pump to the plug. Hope that helps!
i have a space issue in my car:)
How does the fitted sheet bottom fit ( elastic)
i have a 300w inverter and hoping this will be adequate to pump this up at campsite.Reading the Q&A's i guess i could use my 12v coleman pump also? Thankyou
How many kg can the bed support inflated?
How long does the power charger last if it works on its own? Will I need a foot pump if we take it to a campsite without power?
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