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Queen Double-High Quickbed Airbed

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  • Luxurious comfort for use at home or away
  • Thick puncture resistant PVC
  • Rayon flock top provides added comfort
  • Double height creates a mattress like experience
  • Plush, flocked top offers a non-slip surface that keeps bedding in place
  • Puncture-resistant construction stands up well to the rigors of travel and camping
  • Fits standard queen sheets
  • Incorporates Coleman’s Wrap and Roll Storage System which provides quick, hassle free storage by rolling the airbed into the attached envelope, tied and then stored.
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External Dimensions:
198L x 152W cm
Packed Dimensions:
42L x 35W x 17H cm
Mat Thickness:
45 cm
PVC with Flocked Top
7.6 Kg
1 Year
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Jan 30 2016

Good quality

Good price and quality . Quick shipping

Jan 19 2016

Coleman Queen Double-High Airbed

better than expected

Jan 11 2016

Wonderful bed

My Husband & I bought this bed, as it's quite high, & like our bed at home. It's fantastic. Quick & easy to inflate with the Coleman rechargeable air pump, & just as quick & easy to deflate. Super comfy, & well worth it's money. My only advice, make sure you use those foam camping mats on the floor underneath it, (& a yoga mat under your body wouldn't hurt either.) As it's so full of air underneath you, while you sleep, it does get a bit chilly on the ol' backside. Even with a -5 sleeping bag.

Response from Snowys Jan 12 2016

G'day Shari. Fantastic tip - putting a foam mat (or yoga mat) underneath the airbed to keep in the warmth. Thanks for sharing :)

How does this bed compare to the Coleman dura sleep1 answers

What are the pros and cons of the materials used? How does partner disturbance compare if one partner us about 30kgs heavier? Is one bed more durable than the other?

- DUBBO, NSW(1 month ago)

Hi Jo, the Dura Sleep is made from material (Duratec laminate composite) that is more puncture resistant than PVC which is what the Quickbed is made from, and it’s also a couple of kilos lighter than the Quickbed so it'll be easier to transport. We’ve had good feedback about weight distribution from both of these models, but I’d have to say that the Dura Sleep may have the edge overall in terms of durability and weight. Keep in mind with all air beds, some will distribute better than others – but you can’t avoid partner disturbance altogether.

- Snowys(1 month ago)

Do I need to consider cold when camping with this mattress? 1 answers

I'm wondering if I will be cold using an air bed matress when I camp? Is there anything I can do if this is the case?

- FAIRFIELD WEST, NSW(7 months ago)
You certainly do Marta, an airbed offers no insulation from underneath, you are basically sleeping on a body of air that is the same temperature as the air surrounding it. You can improve the warmth by adding a layer of foam or a number of blankets between your body and the airbed, this will create an area in which warm air is trapped (insulation) which will keep you warmer. It's a matter trial and error to work out how much insulation you need, but if you really feel the cold it may be best considering a foam filled self-inflating mattress.
- Snowys(7 months ago)

How long will it take for this bed to inflate if you were to use a 12V pump. Also wondering in terms of comfort how does this bed compare to the Aerobed Active Queen Air bed.1 answers

- FAIRFIELD WEST, NSW(7 months ago)
It depends on your pump An, some have a higher air flow than others. You would be looking at 2 - 5 minutes on average to inflate this mat. In comparison to the Aerobed, the extra height of this double high airbed will make it easier to get up and down from, but the overall comfort of the two are pretty much the same. The Aerobed also had a raised head section but you would still need to add your own pillow for comfort. I would choose based on whether you want the extra height.
- Snowys(7 months ago)

Is this mattress self inflating or do you have to pump it up?1 answers

- Port Hacking(12 months ago)
Good morning Monique. This mattress is not self inflating, you will need a 12V or 240V pump which are available on our website. Alternatively, there is a version with a pump built in which you can find by searching for product code 36575 on our website. There are queen sized self inflating mats, but they are only 10cm in height.
- Snowys(12 months ago)

What is the maximum weight this airbed is rated for as far as sleeping on it. Thanks.1 answers

- Menai(1 year ago)
Hi Michelle, I had a similar question about Coleman air beds a while back, and the official response from our Coleman representative is that they don't give specific weight ratings but they do test their air beds to weights in excess of 300kg.
- Snowys(1 year ago)

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