Aero Raised Aerobed (Twin, Full, Queen) Reviews

Aero Raised Aerobed (Twin, Full, Queen)

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  • Aerobed twin fiasco

    Jan 28, 2014 by
    Not yet rated.
    Pros: The bed is comfortable  
    Cons: The bed has a problem with contenuse use.

    Summary: Aerobed twin fiasco I have slept on a Aerobed twin for over 8 years now. well let me restate that I have slept on Aerobed twin's for over 8 years now. I don't sleep on a regular bed because of my back I spent the better part of 30 years waking up with ... read more

  • Popped in a week.

    Jan 5, 2009 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Comfortable (while it lasted), fast air pump, long cord
    Cons: Unreliable, too flimsy, poor customer service

    Summary: I bought this bed to use as my main bed. I recently moved, and with that came a big purge. In my new home, I didn't have a good, affordable, comfortable bed, so when I saw this advertised on a home shopping channel, I grabbed it!The first bed I ... read more

  • 70 Year Old Dad was Thrilled

    Sep 24, 2008 by
    Not yet rated.
    Pros: 3min blow-up time
    Make it once; lean against wall daily
    Approved by 70yr old dad
    Cons: None so far.

    Summary: When my 70 yr old dad came to visit me in my little Bay Area apartment, I had no question that he would stay with me and not at a hotel. He never pays for a hotel in a town with family, and besides I like to have him here in the house for morning ... read more

  • Great AirMattress - Your Guests Won't Leave!!

    Dec 29, 2007 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Great comfortable, great durability, and your guests feel like they're on a real mattress!
    Cons: The bed is so comfortable, your guests may never leave!

    Summary: I slept on this while visiting my grandmother recently. I inflated it in about 90 seconds every night and deflated it in about 2 minutes every morning. It rolls up easily and compactly and stores in a simple carrying case. What an upgrade from the ... read more

  • Wonderful comfort

    Dec 5, 2007 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Great comfort; reasonable price through Costco on-line.
    Cons: Develops leaks easily; noisy motor. Hard to fit sheets. Best for part-time use.

    Summary: I fell in love with this bed after staying with friends on a trip two years ago and knew only a soft bed was for me. Since I needed a new mattress, got this for full time use. It lasted about 6 months and developed a leak I could not find; so purchased ... read more

  • Aerobeds are not for long term usage

    Aug 26, 2007 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Initially the beds were very comfortable.
    Cons: Mattress grows, continually expanding beyond original size. Needs daily air. Not for long term usage.

    Summary: While staying at my brother's house trying to find a new job, we purchased a queen size Sofina Iso airbed with memory foam top. Slept on it for more than 2 years. We loved it. Best bed I had ever slept on. When we finally moved in to our own home, we put ... read more

  • Mi Casa Su Casa but you'll have to Sleep on an Aerobed

    Jun 22, 2007 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: inflates/deflates quickly; comfortable; adjustable firmness levels; uses standard sheets; requires little space for storage
    Cons: not so easy to get back in the bag; price

    Summary: We only have company a few times out of the year so having a complete guest bedroom to heat and cool seemed to us a waste of space. I got the bright idea one day that I needed a place to do my once-in-a-blue-moon crafts/scrapbooking and our daughter ... read more

  • Comfy, but too PRONE TO LEAKAGE

    May 24, 2007 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Easy to use, very comfortable for people of modest stature.
    Cons: Leaks, leaks and more LEAKS! IMHO: Defective seam construction

    Summary: We bought the outdoor "Sports" version (twin) with rechargeable battery air pump in April of 2005 for about $80. Very impressed with ease of use and comfort. We used it indoors during a home renovation for an entire month the first time out and loved it. ... read more

  • Unstable, not very comfy... maybe good for kids

    Mar 20, 2007 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Deflates and rolls up compactly to store inside included bag, adjustable firmness
    Cons: Unless inflated until firm it tends to be unstable, noisy to re-inflate at night.

    Summary: We needed a spare bed for out of town guests, one that was comfortable yet easily store-able. Reading reviews of the different types available -- inflatable mattresses, or fold up cots, or traditional mattress and box spring sets -- convinced me that the ... read more

  • Aero Raised Aerobed great for one sleeper, not so for two

    Oct 13, 2005 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: I awoke with no numbness in my arms or legs.
    Cons: Second sleeper of different weight causes mattress to become lopsided.

    Summary: I purchased my Queen size Aero Raised Aerobed a couple of years ago and shipped it to my mother's house, for when I visit. (She has a spare bedroom, but no bed.) I slept the best sleep I have in years on this Aerobed, and whenever I was about to go home, ... read more

  • Slept better then on my own bed: Raised Aerobed (Twin)

    Aug 31, 2004 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: comfortable, inflates quickly, deflates really quickly
    Cons: too small for those who are tall, heavy, a little wiggly, leaks, loud, not pretty

    Summary: MY AEROBED: I bought a Raised Aerobed Twin from That meant I got a bed, a Aerobed duffel bag for storage, and instructions in English. That's it. Thats all I got---no special warranties, repair systems etc. I just went for the cheapest of ... read more

  • You don't wanna sleep on it every night!

    May 15, 2004 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: High quality
    Cons: Noisy, difficult to deflate, very heavy, not practical, some stability issues

    Summary: I bought the Raised Aerobed from an infomercial a few months ago. For some strange reasons, those corny infomercials always end up convincing me to buy something, which of course, is not always useful. The Raised Aerobed is an excellent example of a not ... read more

  • Raised Aerobed is great bed for either a spare bed or every day use

    Oct 5, 2003 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Comfortable and convenient! Gives me the space I need!
    Cons: Watch out for sharp objects. Might give slight problems if you use it everyday.

    Summary: I didn't get my Raised Aerobed for a spare bed, but for everyday use. I live with family members and there is not much privacy or space in the house. I got on this exercise kick and there is not much space in the living room so I have to do my routines ... read more

  • Good While it Lasted

    Aug 29, 2003 by
    Rated a Helpful Review
    Pros: convenient, comfortable
    Cons: broke after two years of moderate use

    Summary: My queen-sized raised aerobed was great for the two years that it lasted. After two years of non- ... read more

  • Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz.

    Jan 17, 2003 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Great space saver - sleep grrrreat.
    Cons: Stablizers on the side are clunky.

    Summary: I got this bed to sleep on because I got in an accident and can't sleep in the marital bed with the cast on my arm. I have to have the whole bed to rest my arm but I also need something that will support my size and height. I am 6'2' and 240 and live in ... read more

  • Excellent purchase for my guest room!

    Dec 24, 2002 by
    Rated a Helpful Review
    Pros: Comfortable, sturdy, and looks like a standard bed when bedding is on
    Cons: Like all inflatables it needs a little extra air every 6-8 hours.

    Summary: Queen Size Raised Aerobed. I already owned a standard twin aerobed when the raised mattress was introduced. Having had several guests and personally using it for over 10 nights, I am very glad I bought it. It's a bit heavy due to its size but fits ... read more

  • Full of Hot Air

    Oct 27, 2002 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Very easy to inflate. Nice and comfortable.
    Cons: Poor quality.

    Summary: Since February of 2002, I have dealt with two of these mattresses, both of them failing to hold the air in. When the first one began to slowly collapse, customer service was very helpful with a replacement valve kit, But before I could even attempt to ... read more

  • Ride the Wave

    Aug 18, 2002 by
    Rated a Helpful Review
    Pros: Inflates easily and quickly.
    Cons: Very uncomfortable.

    Summary: I purchased the Twin size Raised AeroBed because my brother was coming to visit and I wanted to offer him a more accommodating stay than the couch. I eagerly waited for its arrival and was excited by the timely manner in which it did. I immediately read ... read more

  • great substitute for a real bed

    Apr 19, 2002 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: comfortable, compact, easy to use
    Cons: none that I can see

    Summary: I've owned this queen size aerobed for about two months now and have used it 10 to 15 times so far. To me it's more comfortable than my regular bed, which is now 10 years old, because I like a very firm bed. The firmness is adjustable in case you prefer ... read more

  • A Good Night's Sleep For Everyone, Soft, Medium, or Firm

    Mar 11, 2002 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Comfortable sleeping alternative to a folding bed or cot
    Cons: Not as easy to put away as the commercial indicates

    Summary: Probably everyone has seen the television commercials for the AeroBed, self inflating bed. Just take it out of it's carrying bag and plug it in and presto a bed for any visitor. Actually it's really that simple. Need For a Extra Bed ... read more

  • Imaginair Aerobed Mattress -- thanks a lot, mom and dad...

    Jan 29, 2002 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Convenient, easy to use and stores well
    Cons: Mattress is a bit on the lumpy side; not very firm

    Summary: Indeed, my parents got rid of my old bed after I left the house and it was clear their son was gone. Mom got a nice office out of my freshly-renovated room. My Wife and I got this blasted air mattress to sleep on when we visit my folks. I'm ... read more

  • Imaginair Aerobed, A Good Substitute for a Real Bed

    Jan 28, 2002 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Easy to inflate, deflate
    Cons: It is not your bed

    Summary: I had a relative call the other day asking to stay the night. I said sure without thinking that I did not have a comfortable place for him to sleep. That is when I remembered that my neighbor had one of those inflatable beds. I called my neighbor up ... read more

  • Great for a cheap bed

    Jan 2, 2002 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Convenient and surprisingly solid
    Cons: The plastic makes you sweat.

    Summary: We got the queen size Aerobed mattress at Costco for $99.99, which was quite a bit less than we saw it at other places It might have been a different model, but we saw it for over $200.00 some places, with the same features and a pump that looks the ... read more

  • Don't do it

    Dec 31, 2001 by
    Rated a Helpful Review
    Pros: None as of yet
    Cons: Cheap Plastic parts easily break.

    Summary: Use it, break it, seems to be the way it works. The plastic tab which keeps the deflation valve closed breaks very easily. My parents broke after the second use. I purchased one that came broken. Once the piece breaks kiss your money ... read more

  • This is NOT a bed

    Dec 29, 2001 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Inexpensive solution for occasional use
    Cons: Low durability, very heavy to carry

    Summary: It is really not fair to characterize this product as a bed. The instructions explicitly tell you to evenly distribute your weight on it. This means no sitting at the end of the bed, standing on it or (heaven forbid) jumping on it. I'm using mine as a ... read more

  • Raised AeroBed - This one misses the mark.

    Nov 22, 2001 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: This bed is a cute concept.
    Cons: Complex construction is prone to leaks and is unstable.

    Summary: As an owner of several Aero Products, I could not resist trying the Raised AeroBed. My wife and I own and have slept on AeroBeds since their introduction and found them to offer a comfortable night's rest and a perfect surface for those romantic moments ... read more

  • Proof is in the pudding

    Nov 19, 2001 by
    Rated a Helpful Review
    Pros: Comfortable, instant bed
    Cons: none come to mind

    Summary: My parents slept on this bed (ages 56 and 63) and both have back and hip problems. Each told me the Aerobed was extremely comfortable. Other guests have complemented us on it as well. I am told it is way more comfortable than a futon. It's always nice ... read more

  • The mattress you may want to sleep on.

    Nov 16, 2001 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Setup, Deflation, adjustable firmness, non-fabric, easy cleanup.
    Cons: Short mattress for tall people.

    Summary: When I was in my University residences, I slept on the mattresses that the campus residences provided me. After about 3 years of sleeping, basically on the same mattress. I started to feel lower back pain. As I gained weight every year since I first ... read more

  • AeroBed - The Back Acher's Delight!

    Oct 13, 2001 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: inflates and deflates in seconds, great for back problems
    Cons: I always hit my knee on the motor that sticks out of the end

    Summary: Since I spend about 18 hours in front of a computer daily, my back was just shredded. I have literally had days where I attempted to get up out of my chair and couldn't straighten up without a huge surge of pain running down my sciatic nerve! Since I ... read more

  • Imaginair Aerobed – Sleeping on Air

    Aug 31, 2001 by pogomom is a Lead on Epinions in Home and Garden
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Speedy inflation and deflation; long electric cord; comfort pure comfort.
    Cons: Light-weight composite seems flimsy.

    Summary: Sleeping on air never entered my mind as a possible pastime. A recent visit with relatives put the old adage, “Fish and houseguests begin to stink after three days,” to the test. We planned a full week of reminiscing, rough housing and recreation while ... read more

  • Buyer Beware

    Aug 6, 2001 by
    Rated a Helpful Review
    Pros: inflates quickly, stores easily
    Cons: cheaply made, deflates on it's own, dump valve breaks easily.

    Summary: The cute little model in the infomercials will have you ordering one of these expensive extra beds in a hurry. The second time we used it, the dump valve broke off, rendering the mattress totally useless. The first time we used it, we found it to be very ... read more

  • Some night, you'll thank yourself.

    Aug 5, 2001 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Easy to store, set up and take down. Uses ordinary bed linens. Comfortable and durable.
    Cons: Slight "inflatable toy" odor when new, dissipates with use.

    Summary: When family and friends pull up roots and move to remote regions requiring an overnight stay when you pay them a visit, give them a nice send-off. Buy them an AeroBed or two. Better yet, throw a couple in the trunk of your own car with some pillows and ... read more

  • Great for travel!

    Jul 10, 2001 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: fast, easy, comfortable
    Cons: expensive, hot

    Summary: I firmly believe in YOU GET WHAT YOU PAY FOR! We recently traveled to my mother's house. after 2 nights of her "budget" air mattress (WHICH the inner chambers popped in the middle of the night, and sounded like someone shot us) we went and found an ... read more

  • i own 6 aerbeds!I love them!

    Jun 30, 2001 by
    Rated a Helpful Review
    Pros: Easy set up,packs compact
    Cons: hard to get out of bed in the morning

    Summary: I own 6 aerobeds because every summer i rent an apartment in Lake Placid N.Y..I never have to worry whether the apartment is furnished or unfurnished because no matter what i always have a bed!I have now owned my aerobeds for four years and have never ... read more

  • Instant air mattress in seconds without much effort!

    Jun 17, 2001 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Portable, inflates/deflates quickly & effortlessly, stores easily, softer than the floor.
    Cons: Noisy, medium grade plastic/rubber, short, expensive, deflates slowly overnight.

    Summary: *** Overview *** You've seen this on TV and now in the stores. It's an inflatable air mattress that has been around for years prior to Imaginair's model but the major difference is instead of blowing up the mattress through a tiny beach ... read more

  • Comfortable and Affordable

    Jun 14, 2001 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: The bed does not house any type of allergen since it's made of plastic.
    Cons: Can possibly deflate.. as my bed has a slow leak from its valve.

    Summary: I find the Imaginair Aerobed, all in all, quite comfortable. I replaced my conventional mattress with the Aerobed for the sake of my allergies. I inflate the bed to its maximum and have had a full nights sleep ever since. One downside to this ... read more

  • AeroBed good concept but needs improvement

    Jun 7, 2001 by
    Rated a Helpful Review
    Pros: Stowable. Great when you don't have a permanent space to devote to a guest bed.
    Cons: Air release valve needs redesign- breaks easily and is hard to operate.

    Summary: The full size mattress was very uncomfortable until I placed a 2" foam pad from our camper on top. Much better. My chief complaint is the air release valve. Mine arrived from the internet merchant with a broken tab on the hard plastic valve, which ... read more

  • good value for the money

    May 28, 2001 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Inflates in 1 minute, easy to deflate and put away, little space when deflated
    Cons: none

    Summary: I bought the queen-size bed in September of 2000(it has been used almost everyday since then). I had a lot of 250-300 lb people slept on it - nobody complained yet. It does feel like you are sleeping on a real bed. No problems with ... read more

  • Fair rating

    Apr 20, 2001 by
    Rated a Helpful Review
    Pros: Sleeps well and easy to set up
    Cons: Very expensive doesn't stay inflated

    Summary: We have had our bed for 2 years now and so have 2 of our friends. We have all purchased them in different places. One through QVC, one at a retail store and one at Bed, Bath and Beyond and we all have had problems with them! Two of the beds ... read more

  • Too Much Fun to Be a Normal Mattress!

    Apr 12, 2001 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Easy to carry and inflate, comfy, fun to play with!
    Cons: Noisy (if you move a lot when you sleep), stretches.

    Summary: I first slept on an Aerobed when I slept at a friend's house a few years ago. With the lines and the cover that she had put on it, it was quite cozy. My only complaint was that it was not as hard as I would have liked - I'm used to sleeping on a ... read more

  • Great Idea, Poorly Implemented

    Mar 27, 2001 by
    Rated a Helpful Review
    Pros: comfortable, quick setup & take down, portability
    Cons: mediocre quality, leaks develop

    Summary: I've owned 3 twin size originals. They initially perform as advertised: quick to inflate or take down, reasonably comfortable. I sleep on mine every night. It's a great idea, but all of mine failed in the 10 - 18 month range. Seams fail and it leaks. ... read more

  • Sleeping on Air with Aerobed

    Feb 16, 2001 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Adjustable comfort, quick setup, flannel cover, extra sleeping solution
    Cons: plastic parts could easily break, could puncture with sharp objects

    Summary: I had been looking at and thinking about getting an Aerobed for some time before I actually purchased one. When I saw it presented as the special of the day on QVC, I knew the time had come to take the plunge! I purchased the full size so that ... read more

  • my minute bed!

    Feb 5, 2001 by
    Rated a Helpful Review
    Pros: inflates fast, comfortable, easy to use.
    Cons: none

    Summary: I used to have a colemen inflateable bed, but it broke real quik and it sucked because you had to blow it up by mouth and it took forever. So when it broke, I wanted the aerobed. I bought the aerobed because it had a motor to inflate itself ... read more

  • Comfy, easy Aerobed

    Dec 23, 2000 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: comfortable, easy to use, quick set-up
    Cons: squeaks on hard surfaces, somewhat noisy to inflate

    Summary: We bought our Aerobed when I had to stay in an unfurnished apartment for a few days. It was so comfortable, I hardly wanted to go back to a regular bed! The Aerobed is an air mattress with a small, built-in electric pump for inflation. You ... read more

  • Works for me

    Dec 14, 2000 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Firm mattress, compact storage.
    Cons: Noisy, vinyl is cold.

    Summary: I bought an Aero bed when I made a temporary move into an apartment and wasn't sure how long I would be there (marital problems - don't ask). Anyway, I think that this is a great product. I did not inflate my bed every night, but instead left in inflated ... read more

  • I love my aero bed!

    Dec 3, 2000 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: easy to inflate, easy to deflate, space saver
    Cons: not the best for tall people

    Summary: When we first moved to a place of our own we realized we didn't have anywhere for my husbands daughter to sleep. I knew my friend had the aero bed cause he slept on it while we lived with him before my son was born. Well, I called and asked to borrow it ... read more

  • Better than a regular mattress

    Dec 3, 2000 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Easy, adjustable, quick, compact when deflated, comfortable
    Cons: none

    Summary: As a college student far away from home without a vehicle of my own, size and transportability were of great concern when furnishing my apartment. I saw the infomercial for the Aerobed and was curious. Then I found out that one of my sisters purchased ... read more

  • Buy This Aerobed Only If You Want Your Guests To Go To A Motel!

    Dec 2, 2000 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Inflates easily
    Cons: Hot, uncomfortable, and a bad nights sleep guaranteed!

    Summary: We bought a full size Aero Bed about two years ago, because we were going to go visit our son and his wife, and they didn't have a spare bed. The advertisements for this product led me to believe that you could have a decent night's sleep. This was far ... read more

  • Godzilla vs. the Mighty Mattress Mite

    Dec 1, 2000 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Firm, comfy, and portable
    Cons: You could pop it

    Summary: Aerobeds are comfortable and futuristic. I use an Aerobed as my permanent bed because it’s better than a regular mattress and it’s not filled with billions of mattress mites! Mattresses are heavy, cumbersome, filled with all kinds of junk, and ... read more

  • Houston, we have a problem!

    Nov 17, 2000 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Compact, Portable, Short inflatable time, excellent support from the company
    Cons: If there is leak, it's very hard to locate and fix the problem

    Summary: For personal reasons, I have never owned a regular bed (one with coil spring in it) since I was sixteen. Most of time, I used futon because I could fold it and save space. One sleepless night about a year ago, I saw an ad. Aerobed. It was like a ... read more

  • Imaginair Is Tops In Quality AND Service

    Nov 8, 2000 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: comfortable, sturdy, great customer service
    Cons: expensive, plastic parts can break off

    Summary: With so many overpriced, inferior goods being pawned off on unsuspecting consumers, it is tremendously refreshing to find a company with reliable, high-quality products and excellent customer service. That, in a nutshell, describes our experience with ... read more

  • Excellent bed backup

    Nov 8, 2000 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Adjusts to any firmness.
    Cons: Never goes on sale on the store.

    Summary: I first became acquainted with this mattress about 2 years ago when I was living in a small apartment in New Jersey. My little bed gave out and I had to decide how to replace it. The fact that even a small bed was taking up so much room was a major ... read more

  • It Is Really Sleeping on Air

    Nov 6, 2000 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Comfortable, portable, quick inflate/deflate, lightweight
    Cons: Bulky attachment

    Summary: Like many Americans I was raised on the notion that a bed must be hard in order to benefit one's back. Also included in my schooling was always to buy brand names with good reputations, and in regard to mattresses, anything called "hideaway", ... read more

  • Buyer Beware

    Jan 24, 2000 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Listed in message
    Cons: Listed in message

    Summary: Ok the bed isn't all that the advertisement says (what is?) but it is a useful item in certain situations. I wouldn't buy it for normal home use. It just isn't that comfortable. But it is a wonderful item to have if you travel to friends and family ... read more

  • The Aero inflatable bed: nuthin' but hot air?

    Jan 18, 2000 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: Deflates quickly
    Cons: Cheap parts that break easily; bed does not stay firm

    Summary: Boy, I had such high hopes for this product. It was advertised in a variety of catalogs right before Christmas, and I just couldn't resist getting one. What a great thing to have when people come to visit! After all, the concept is so ... read more

  • Express Customer Reviews

  • Buyer Beware

    Jul 9, 2012 by
    Not rated yet
    Pros: Great high beds while they last
    Easy to inflate
    Easy to Deflate
    Comfortable to sleep on
    Cons: Do not last
    Warrenty expires quickly
    Develops leaks after storage
    Expensive to replace

    Summary: I have owned three of these beds, all develop leaks and become useless. The warranty is worthless unless you use the bed daily. It seems that the process of storing the beds causes leaks, so if you buy these to store away for an occasional guest, they ... read more

  • Aerobed from Walmart - No Warranty

    Apr 26, 2010 by
    Not rated yet
    Pros: none
    Cons:  I will NEVER buy anything from Aerobed or Walmart again

    Summary: Purchased two Aerobed Twin Beds from Walmart, and both leaked from the valve 1st time I used them. Even though the box says '1 year warranty', Aerobed refused to honor anything over 90 days on my product. The reason according to their Customer Svc Mgr : ... read more

  • Comfortable Bed But....

    Aug 12, 2009 by
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    Pros: VERY comfortable even for extended use. It was also easy to use.
    Cons: It seems that the baffles need to be made stronger or something.

    Summary: The Aerobed is one of the most comfortable beds I have slept in.  The only problem is that the last two I have had, over the past three years, have popped thier baffles. We do use them every weekend. Also, since it happened both times ... read more

  • Seal Busted with only minimum usage.....

    May 29, 2009 by
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    Pros: Easily inflated
    Cons: Construction is terrible.....MANUFACTURER DEFECT DEFINITELY!!!  DO NOT PURHCASE...

    Summary: This is bed is worthless.  A waste of hard earned $$$ people do not have money to throw away on hot air.  We take GOOD care of anything we buy.  I would put a heavy weight blanket on the hardwood floor just to keep my air mattress real ... read more

  • HORRIBLE!!!!!!!!!!

    Jan 25, 2008 by
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    Pros: Inflates fast, can adjust firmness
    Cons: Very uncomfortable, sheets don't fit well.

    Summary: We purchased a Aerobed in case of an emergency. Big Mistake. This bed is very uncomfortable and I didn't sleep too well. It might be alright if you buy a mattress topper for it. The bed is also short. The sheets don't fit well. I would have slept better ... read more

  • AeroBed-Queen Raised vs. Standard

    Nov 13, 2007 by
    Not rated yet
    Pros: Comfortable
    Cons: Possibly slow leakage

    Summary: We recently went to Australia and slept on a standard queen AeroBed for about 10 days at a friend's house. For the most part I found it satisfyingly comfortable and slept surprisingly well. It may have lost a little air, but it was very slow and it was ... read more

  • Aero raised bed - not a good experience

    Jul 29, 2006 by
    Not rated yet
    Pros: It was very comfortable till it started leaking.
    Cons: Not durable, poor customer service from the manufacturer.

    Summary: I bought the raised aero bed to use for visitors. It was very comfortable but developed leaks after only a few uses. The first time I was able to use the included patch kit, which did seal that leak. The second time it sprung a leak my sister had to ... read more

  • Don't buy aerobed!

    Jul 12, 2006 by
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    Pros: Easy to inflate, comes with nice accessories, easy to store and carry.
    Cons: Product fails easily and cannot be replaced after one year.

    Summary: We bought a queen size with the bottom part inflated in addition to the top. We had it as an extra bed in my parents' home and used it rarely. The first time it split in the seam, we were told it could not be repaired, but they sent us a whole new bed. ... read more

  • Mixed Reviews for AeroBed

    May 1, 2006 by
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    Pros: Easy to Inflate, Comfortable to Sleep
    Cons: Does NOT Last!

    Summary: I bought the AeroBed and was excited about it for the first couple of months, until it decided to deflate and make it a cocoon around me while I was sleeping. Called AeroBed and replaced it, with no problem. Then imagine my horror as I awoke a few ... read more

  • Great bed however no manfacturer repair support

    Oct 11, 2005 by
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    Pros: Great bed however no manfacturer repair support
    Cons: however no manfacturer repair support

    Summary: Great bed, raised queen. Needed a gust bed as I have a 2 bedroom townhouse. I purchased the bed at a local linens chain. When purchased it worked perfectly and did not lose inflation. However my bed is just over a year old and has been used less ... read more

  • About my Aero Bed

    Dec 13, 2004 by
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    Pros: It was a nice bed while it lasted
    Cons: maker should take it back and fix it leak is in seam

    Summary: I bought an Aero bed 5 years ago i used it twice ,and the bed went flat what a waste of money. ... read more

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