Which inflatable bed is best for your requirements?
Inflatable beds are made from various materials and are available in a number of designs. Picking which inflatable bed is best for you will depend upon where and how you would like to use it. For camping trips and infrequent use, you might find low-profile mattresses beneficial as they’re compact and easy to carry around. However, if you want to recreate that ‘at home’ feeling, you might want to opt for a more elaborately designed model that emulates the height of your own bed; these designs are also easier to get in and out of.
Blow up air beds are also suitable for those suffering from chronic back pain. Providing a similar experience to sleeping on a waterbed, they can help reduce or increase the pressure that’s placed on certain parts of your body. This is perfect if you struggle when you’re away from home and sleeping on a new mattress. Air beds can be easily transported around with you, so you’ll always be able to get a good night’s sleep. For added comfort, you can find some inflatable beds that come with layers of latex or foam to cover the air chambers. However, it’s worth noting that some of these won’t deflate as readily as other designs.