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After having a positive experience with 3 Aerobeds (10+ years old) we recently purchased a new Aerobed - spending a premium for what we thought was a premium product. It seems that "things aren't made like they used to be". The bed has two very large bubbles in it after months - and it was only used 5 nights. I can no longer recommend Aerobed products. It would be nice if, based on photos, they would send me another bed. instead, I need to ship this back at my expense. Very poor.
So I had gotten this product in the beginning of May 2020 and it’s been working fine up until the other day. Now it deflates quickly but there are no holes in it. If you are thinking of buying I don’t recommend it.
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Over ten years ago I bought an Aero Bed Air Mattress as a college student. I slept on that mattress for 6 months straight and never once missed a bed. Fast forward to this evening, when during the uncertainties of a move I will also be sleeping on this air mattress for a number of evenings and find myself just as content with the product as I was when I purchased it. It inflates quickly, to your liking and more importantly - can be counted to inflate an entire 10 years later after sitting in a garage, the trunk of a car, etc. etc. When the day inevitably comes, I will be buying an Aero Bed again. Firmness is adjustable, comes with a nice fleece topper, the bag is super handy, queen fits two adults comfortably, plug it in and inflates very simply.
I've used Aerobeds some four or five times for a bed since abandoning a futon. It seems that it would be hard to utilize contemporary mattress and bed technology for less than $500. I get an Aerobed for less than $200. I didn't have to replace my last air bed for just shy of three years. I'd tried to find a leak a couple of times, failed, and while the bed was still serviceable for a few months, simply refilling the leaked air, the shorter time for losing air was becoming aggravating. I've replaced the bed with the latest Queen. This one without the headrest the last one sported. I'm hoping for more years before I have to replace it. Maybe I'll get rich in the interim and able to spend a few grand on a more conventional state of the art sleep.
After only two months the bed base started bulging. This morning I woke up on the floor. Unbelievable that it has sprung a leak now. There is a small hole at base that I could not repair. I thought last similar product got a leak because it was several years old. This new one that didn’t last at all...so disappointed! And hundreds of dollars poorer! Don’t know how to get refund or replacement?...
I purchased 2 double Aerobeds just over 2 years ago and they have started deflating. I contacted customer services to be told they do not have the replacement part for these. If I had known at the time I would never have purchased from them. They were not cheap to buy either. I will not be recommending this company to anyone. Such a waste of money especially as my husband is disabled and living on a basic income. What am I supposed to do with them now?
I was given this bed for Christmas last year. When my son is home from college it's the bed I sleep on. I inflated bed and it won't hold the air. I figured out it's the intake valve where the part cuts off air to hold it. It's not functioning properly. It moves a certain way to intake air and it supposed to pop out in position to hold air but it's not holding properly. I have neuropathy and I woke up with deflated mattress which put me in so much pain to be on a hard floor. It was purchased by Joanne ** at Target.
I bought a full high Aerobed mattress thinking it was the best choice. I was expecting to use the mattress until I could buy an actual bed after moving. It costed around $250 at BB&B and I was pretty sure it was worth the price. After about a week of use the entire middle section of the mattress separated and is raised up (huge bump) and it is impossible to use or sleep on. This mattress has had limited use, so it is in excellent shape overall. To its credit, when the bed was blown up it has not leaked or deflated. I'm a petite woman so it's not about my weight. Also saw other people having the same issue. I lost my receipt so could not get the guarantee. $250 down the drain. Never again!
I paid just under $200 for a queen size Aerobed inflatable mattress. It was used three times before it's suddenly started deflating for no reason. I bought this bed because I thought with the higher price the quality would be higher. I was definitely wrong.
I am on my second Aerobed with built in headboard. The first one leaked after only 8 uses. It was not repairable. Figuring it was a freak thing, I bought a second one. It has been used twice in 2 years and again will not stay inflated overnight. I called the company to complain and was assisted by a woman with a surly attitude who started yelling at me for calling after the warranty had expired by 6 months. I will NEVER and I mean NEVER buy another Coleman product again. This mattress is pure crap!!!
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