The Intex Comfort Plush Elevated Air Mattress provides the ultimate comfort with an easy-to-use pump. Its sleeping surface is covered in soft flocking for extra comfort, and the indented sides keep your fitted sheets from slipping, giving you a worry-free sleep.
With an approximate inflation time of around four minutes, the Intex Comfort Plush Elevated Air Mattress is one of the fastest-inflated air mattresses available in the market. For your convenience, it also comes with a hand carry bag perfect for storage and transport, so that you can bring it with you anywhere you go.
Our review of the Intex Comfort Plush Elevated Air Mattress put this air mattress through its paces. Let’s take a look at some of the best features of the Intex Comfort Plush Elevated Air Mattress…
Designed For Your Comfort: The Intex Comfort Plush Elevated Air Mattress is lined with a soft, velvety top and a plush sleeping surface to deliver the comfort you deserve. It is also covered in lush flocking for extra support, and it comes with indented sides so that your fitted sheets stay in place.
Made For Your Convenience: It comes with a carry bag for secure storage and transport, where the Intex Comfort Plush Elevated Air Mattress folds compactly inside. This air mattress also comes with an internal electric pump, providing fast inflation and deflation. The Intex Comfort Plush also gives you the option of using a manual pump to inflate it.
Made For Your Needs: The Intex Comfort Plush Elevated Air Mattress comes in queen size and has a weight capacity of 600lbs so it can comfortably fit two or more people at a time. With dimensions of 60″ x 80″ x 22″, your family can enjoy and experience the comfort of the Intex Comfort Plush together.
Even with great features and an affordable price, the Intex Comfort Plush Elevated Air Mattress has flaws that keep it below average in terms of its performance. After having it for two months and using it three times, it could no longer support weight; even a small child was enough to release the air from it. This may be due to a hole in the air mattress or could be the result of a faulty product.
Another problem it encounters is the low capacity it has for retaining the air inside. Unfortunately, it would lose air every hour of use, and we would wake up to pump it full of air again. One more air mattress later, and the same thing happened again. Now, we are stuck with two defective products that should never have left the shelf in the first place.
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