Topped with cool and comfy air-sealed velour and filled with high density open cell foam, with the Oztrail Single 4WD Mat all you need to do is open the caps and unroll the mattress. It will suck in the air itself, no pumping or blowing necessary.
When the mattress is inflated replace the caps you’re ready for the most comfortable night’s sleep you ever had at a campsite!
The Oztrail Single 4wd Mat is very comfortable. It's the perfect width whether in the RV3 tent or the back of the Cruiser. Snowys are amazing, if you are going to buy any camping gear buy it from Snowys.
Good quality pleased I brought it
I bought 2 of these for children, one self inflated ok and the other one only made it about 1/2 way. I followed the instructions and rolled them out at home for a couple of weeks before going away with them, then thought maybe they need a couple of roll ups and pack downs before working properly. A fellow camper said hers needed a pump to increase it a bit. I wouldn't buy another one. Maybe other more expensive brands are better, but I felt for the price of these they should have been ok.
G'day Colette - If the mat isn't inflating properly, it might be faulty. I have emailed you our warranties email address. Do get in touch with Corey and he should be able to help you out. Cheers, Paul
Comfortable, compact, does the job
Very pleased used heaps of times, keeping inflated whilst stored because we can. Keen to get another as my son keeps grabing mine :/ keeps warm on cold nights.
I have read these mats must be stored inflated. If they get stored rolled up how bad is it? They obviously are sold rolled up so is it that bad?
Hi Katie. On first inflation after a period of being stored, the mattress will take some time to reinflate - anywhere from a few hours to a few days depending on how long they have been stored for. If they are stored inflated and only rolled when you are ready to go camping, they will inflate in a very short time. A good place to store them is under the bed - you can keep them flat and out of the way ready for use.
Can you add some extra air for extra firmness with these mats? Can you also use a hand pump to help deflated these?
A hole is a hole. If a puncture won't deflate the mattress, then why would not replacing the caps deflate it?
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