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LeninGrad Sat 01-Aug-09 08:12:01

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ilovemydogandmrobama Sat 01-Aug-09 08:15:50

Friends recently got theirs in Asdas.

PavlovtheForgetfulCat Sat 01-Aug-09 08:15:53

http://www.aerobed.co.uk/pages/product.asp?prodid=2100&range=Outdoor&type=Mattress we have this one]]

and it is lovely, it does not 'bounce' when the other person gets in or out, flinging you to the other side of the room! It keeps the air in well through the night (no need to re-pump for another night like some). It has a pump that can be charged, or if used camping can be used from car also. Very quick inflation and auto-deflation too.

PavlovtheForgetfulCat Sat 01-Aug-09 08:16:42

sorry here we bought it in argos not from this site, but there is a sale on (i am sure we did not pay that much for it though)

LeninGrad Sat 01-Aug-09 09:09:27

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alypaly Sat 01-Aug-09 09:13:35

LeninGrad
Got a brillint one from Makro, fabric on one side and rubber on the other. Really sturdy. Got a massive hole to plug hoover on put on reverse to blow it up otherwise you will see stars with all the blowing,unless u hav a pump.
u can also feflate it by opening the 2 inch valve so it deflates really quickly

blithedance Sat 01-Aug-09 15:47:39

Aerobeds are the gold standard. My very fussy, poor-sleeping (and lovely) mother even gets great nights sleep. It inflates/deflates very quickly.

Like all airbeds though - it is a bit cold so need blanket/layer under the sheet.

- also one of ours has a disturbing tendency to sink overnight!

PavlovtheForgetfulCat Sat 01-Aug-09 21:11:16

Excellent Lenin I did not realise I had posted the camping one! But its fab anyway grin, great its in a sale too!

LeninGrad Sat 01-Aug-09 21:24:15

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IlanaK Sat 01-Aug-09 21:32:40

We have the aerobed raised king size. Recently tested as my inlaws slept on it for 10 nights. No complaints and they did not need to reinflate at any point.

PavlovtheForgetfulCat Sat 01-Aug-09 21:34:09

Yes yes! Or else you would need a lot of hot air of your own! grin

LeninGrad Sat 01-Aug-09 21:35:40

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Milliways Sat 01-Aug-09 21:46:51

We have an Aerobed raised double and it is fab! We got rid of an old sofabed and we sleep on the aerobed when we have guests - who get our bed, and it is really good (and came with a pump)

Loopymumsy Sat 01-Aug-09 22:11:04

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LeninGrad Sat 01-Aug-09 22:13:16

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Loopymumsy Sat 01-Aug-09 22:24:47

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LeninGrad Sun 02-Aug-09 21:55:31

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LeninGrad Wed 05-Aug-09 13:59:37

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CMOTdibbler Wed 05-Aug-09 15:00:46

just unpack and plug it in - it really does take the time it says which is amazing.

I got a single aerobed sleepover in Dunelm Mill for 20 quid - bed, battery pump and a rucksack

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