Looking For The Best Air Mattress?

Ok, I have to be honest, after reading thousands of reviews on hundreds of different air beds, I wonder why air beds are still the top choice for spare beds, guest beds or camping beds.

Your concern may very well be the same concern that thousands of us have.  ”Is this thing going to lose air?”  Well, after years and years of research, I have found that if an air bed starts “losing air” whether it is 5 years old or 5 days old, it might just be an accidental puncture.

No matter the brand, warranty or company it was all the same.  ”bed leaks”,  ”air bed started leaking after one week”,  ”weak air bed, started leaking on the bottom” and on it goes.

So, why air air beds so puncture prone?  Well, to make sure the air bed is comfortable and  enjoyable to sleep on, air beds are made with relatively thin material.  Otherwise you would be better off sleeping on the floor.  Unfortunately, this also can create problems for those who encounter a sharp object when sliding the air mattress around.

After selling hundreds of thousands of air beds, Airbeds4less decided to create a private label “Fox Air Beds”, and make the best air mattress out there.  Now, “best air mattress” couldn’t be more cliche right?  When trying to make the “best” air mattress we knew a few things needed to happen.

First, the air beds needed to be strong.  Thicker vinyl than even Aerobed and camping air beds of Coleman.  To be the best air mattress, it cannot be problematic for those who use it.

Second, it MUST be comfortable.  No achy backs or necks in the morning.  Comfort is so important to those who seek out a great guest bed or permanent bed for themselves.  Way too many air beds leave you sagging towards the middle of the bed by morning.

Third, it MUST has space for two!  I am so sick of boxes stating certain dimentions and then the product is something totally false.  So, the sleeping surface IS AS ADVERTISED!  A true King or Queen, no trimming off 5 inches, yes, 5 or sometimes 6 inches to save a buck.

So, after putting these concerns to rest, we found what would be the “BEST” yes, “BEST” air mattress.  With an extemely high output air pump, you can inflate an entire king size air mattress in two minutes.  Coil beams that feel like a real bed and do NOT leave you sagging in the middle by morning.  And 33% thicker vinyl on the bottom and sides make it far more durable without compromising the comfort.  And, the dimensions…are true king and queen dimensions.  No need to “allow for stretching” as manufactures will have you do.

Go ahead and read the amazing reviews.  Nothing but 5 stars.  Ok, two 4 stars to date.  But, we are so excited about the results, we are soon bringing a memory foam air bed to the Fox Air Bed line.  We already have the “Best Air Bed” right?  Now we need the “Most Comfortable”.

Take a closer look at the videos and see for yourself why these air beds are getting such great reviews.

Air Bed Buyer’s Guide

Buyer’s Guide
by Kris Stowell

While buying an air mattressmay seem an easy task at first, there are many aspects which distinguish inflatable beds from one another. A wise buyer knows that there are a multitude of different sizes, designs, and purposes that differentiate air mattresses. Considering these aspects will help a buyer to be happy with their air bed purchases. This buyers guide serves as a brief overview of the types of airbeds available.The most noticeable difference in choosing an inflatable bed is size. Generally speaking, air mattresses come in four sizes: King, Queen, Full, and Twin. A King air bed offers the most spacious sleep. At approximately 76″ x 85″, King size air mattresses can sleep two people very comfortably. However, because King air mattresses take up a lot of space, they are best suited to a larger room. A Queen air bed, the next size down, also comfortably sleeps two. Slightly shorter and slimmer than a King, at around 60″ x 80″, a Queen air mattress is ideal for a medium sized room. The smallest option for a dual occupancy bed is a Full size airbed. A Full air mattress measures around 54″ x 75″, and is perfect for a smaller room for one or two sleepers. Twin mattresses offer the smallest size overall, at approximately 40″ x 75″. Twins air bedsare recommended for small rooms, children, and situations where only one person needs to be accommodated. Many people find, given the great bargains available on air beds, that they like multiple air mattresses of different sizes and types for many occasions.The second major difference in air bed design is the difference between regular and raised air beds. Raised air beds offer extra height, so they feel more like a mattress and box springs. Since this added boost keeps guests further off the floor, raised air beds are slightly more expensive than traditional air mattresses. Therefore, people who buy air beds for occasional use might not go for a raised air bed. However, many buyers guide their interest towards raised air beds, especially for longer term or elderly guests. The height of a raised air bed makes it easier for guests to climb out of the air mattress.The final consideration in selecting an air bed is purpose. While most airbeds are designed for common, indoor use, there are also a large number of inflatable beds designed for camping. Camping air beds may have any of several options to make them fit for camping use. They may be waterproof, extra durable, or come with a battery or foot pump for portability. Finding the options that are most important to a custom camping experience is completely up to the camper. This buyers guide is merely a starting point for refining the perfect type of mattress.

When it comes to choosing an inflatable bed, there are options to suit every need. Whether for one person or two, a camping trip or just a picky guest, airbeds can benefit virtually anyone who needs temporary extra sleeping space. Remembering the three basic differences in air mattress design can let buyers guide their purchases in the direction that best suits their needs.