Wenzel Stow-n-go Insta-bed, Queen size (Navy Blue)
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- Integrated 4D battery operated pump,for quick and easy inflate and deflate. (batteries not included)
- Sueded top keeps bedding in place
- Standard coil construction for extra support
- Comfort Adjust pump to customize firmness
- Great for getaways and stores in zippered carry duffel bag
Wenzel Stow-n-go Queen Size Air Bed - Color Tan The Wenzel Signature Series Stow-n-go Insta-bed with built in pump is perfect on the go. The stow-n-go insta bed provides a great night's sleep in an all in one, portable package. This air bed sets up in seconds with a powerful built-in pump, but also deflates easily fits back into it's attached duffel. Sueded top keeps bedding in place Extra thick 9 inch gusset Fast inflation and deflation Standard coil construction for extra support Color Tan Size: 80" x 60" x 9"
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We bought one of these insta-beds after a power outage during a heat wave. The only area of the house sufficiently cool to sleep was the basement rec-room. After spending one night sleeping in a recliner, my wife wanted something a whole lot more comfortable. We found this product in a local Dick's Sporting Goods store.
- Bed stores folded and rolled-up in a self-contained mini "duffel bag" attached to the bed so you can't lose it. The duffel bag has strong nylon handles,.
- Install 4 D Cell batteries (not included) in the built in air pump. Takes only a minute or so to pump the bed to a good firmness for sleeping. Remove the batteries when storing the bed, because if they leak, damage to the product could occur.
- Top of bed has soft cotton-like coating, although we used a fitted sheet.
- Since the bed is designed for camping, the bottom is made of thicker and tougher plastic than the other parts.
- My wife slept on it and proclaimed it quite comfortable. No leaks after two days, which was all the longer we needed an emergency bed.
- The pump can be reversed to quickly deflate the bed, whereupon it can be rolled up and stored for the next time.
We'll be ready for the next power outage...
From personal experience, I would say that most, but not all, air mattresses leak, to some degree or the other, so when I buy one, I wish for the best and hope that I get one that does not leak too much and allows me to sleep through the night without going so flat that I end up sleeping on the ground.
Unfortunately, while some of the reviewers said that their Wenzel Stow-n-go Insta-bed stayed up all night, this was not the case with mine. The first seven days, it leaked enough during a night that it needed was low the next morning, but not so much that I had to get up to pump it up during the night. When inflated, it was very comfortable to sleep on. The next four or five days, it began leaking to the point that I had to get up in the middle of the night and reinflate it, a process that took three or four minutes for the mattress but some thirty or forty for me (to return to sleep). After two weeks, it leaked so much that I had to get up twice each night to reinflate it, and at that point, it lost all usefulness.
I returned the product for a refund and will look at mattresses from other manufacturers. Perhaps someone will be able to make a mattress that will hold its air overnight, or at least to the point that it will allow me to sleep through the night in comfort and reinflate it the next morning after I awake.
Unfortunately, the Wenzel Stow-n-go Insta-bed is not the one, and I cannot recommend buying it.
The first time we used it, it was great. Really comfortable and stayed inflated the entire night.
The second time we used it, it was on a concrete floor. We put cardboard boxes under it to prevent anything from puncturing it. I woke up 4 times in the night... it seemed to say inflated for 3 to 4 hours maximum. Extremely unpleasant experience. With less than a 30 day return policy, I do NOT recommend this product at all, am looking for something else, and wouldn't even buy from this company.
I don't like trashing things in these reviews, but this bed is junk. The bed folds up into itself making it compact. Cool concept, and while I haven't had a chance to thoroughly examine where the leak is coming from, I believe it's from the plugs that hold the flaps onto the mattress, in other words, it's the design itself that is flawed.
it pumps the air in
it expels the air when ready to store
a great product