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Supportrest Elite Pillowtop Queen Airbed

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If you want your friends and fam to feel like VIP guests when they come to stay, then set them up on a Supportrest Elite Pillow Top Queen Airbed from Coleman.

Setting this bed up is super simple, as it has a built-in 120V performance pump which will get this bed inflated in just three minutes. The reinforced construction provides a stable surface to sleep on, which the pillow top provides extra support for all night comfort. This bed is factory tested to be leak free, and you’ll be able to pop on your spare queen-sized sheets as they’ll fit this airbed perfectly.

Pack up is also really easy, as you just open the valve, and then use the pump to fully deflate. Whether you need a bed for luxurious camping trips or need a reliable spare bed for guests – the Coleman Supportrest Elite Pillow Top Queen Airbed is a solid choice.

  • Pillow top for comfort and support
  • Built-in 120V performance pump, 144W, 0.6A
  • Inflates in 3 minutes
  • Reinforced construction for a stable surface
  • Factory tested to be leak free
  • Carry bag included
  • 270kg weight rating 
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External Dimensions:
198L x 152W x 50H cm
Packed Dimensions:
51L x 37W x 22H cm
Mat Thickness:
50 cm
PVC | Rayon Flocked Top
Built in
Input Power:
240V AC
9.5 Kg
1 Year

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Apr 18 2018

Comfortable-but it is an air bed.

Pump works really well. Comfortable and gives a reasonable nights sleep - but it is an air bed! Used it for a week recently and air volume barely changed.

- Rockingham, WA

How does the pump work?1 answer

I know the pump is "built in" but how does it work, exactly? Do you have to plug it into 240v mains power point or something?

- Fletcher(4 months ago)

G'day Elmer,

The pump for the Coleman Supportrest Elite Pillowtop Queen Airbed needs 240v power to work, so you'd need to plug it into a powerpoint, yes. 

- Snowys(4 months ago)

Elite vs standard?1 answer

I’m wondering how this compares in comfort and durability to the standard Coleman double height mattress as this one has very little reviews and that one has heaps

- Hyden(4 months ago)

G'day James,

The Coleman Supportrest Elite Pillowtop Queen Airbed and the Coleman Double-High Quickbed & Pump are very similar when it comes to the materials they're made of and the quality of the manufacturing. The only real difference is the pillowtop. You really should expect very similar results when it comes to durability. As for comfort, it can be a bit of a personal thing but the pillowtop does make the Supportrest a really nice airbed!

- Snowys(4 months ago)

Coleman elite pillow top air bed 1 answer

If you are camping in the bush can the air bed be blown up by a 12 volt air pump.

- Greenvale Victoria (9 months ago)

G'day Leanna,

Unfortunately the Coleman Supportrest Elite Queen Airbed can only be inflated using the included 240v pump. If you wanted a bed that can be inflated with a 12V pump your best bet would be the Coleman All Terrain Queen Airbed

- Snowys(9 months ago)

Replacing a faulty pump1 answer

Can the in-build pump be removed for repairs or replacement and do you stock a double bed size?

- Woodcroft SA(10 months ago)

G'day Lorraine,

Unfortunately, that's a downside of the Coleman Supportrest Elite Pillowtop Queen Airbed in that if the pump stops working, there is no way of replacing or repairing it.

You can, however, buy a double high airbed without the pump here.

- Snowys(10 months ago)
Heads up! Our store in Brendale (QLD) doesn’t have footwear available for fittings. If you order online, your footwear will be sent from SA... quick-smart!
Heads up! Our store in Brendale (QLD) doesn’t have footwear available for fittings. If you order online, your footwear will be sent from SA... quick-smart!
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