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Air Mattresses Buyer’s Guide
There’s a lot of technical terms being thrown around in these reviews, so it may benefit you to brush up on some of the features to look for when purchasing the best air mattress for your needs. Here’s a quick breakdown of some terms you’ll often see and how they relate to your air mattress experience.
Sensors: Sensors look for drops in pressure during the night, and will automatically pump more air into the mattress if it gets too low. This prohibits and change in the mattress’s firmness during the sleep.
Coil Counts: A well-made air bed will distribute the air in the mattress equally, so there aren’t lumpy spots or “bubbles” that make you roll off. Look for air mattresses with a network of internal air coils or chambers. Coil counts of 30 and up are most comfortable for a queen-sized air bed.
Inflates And Deflates Easily.: Mattresses with built-in pumps tend to work very quickly. Look for an air bed which inflates or deflates in under four minutes.
Single/Double Height: A double-height air mattress is roughly the same height as a normal bed, which makes it easier to get in and out of, than a single-height mattress on the floor. For camping, however, a light, single-height mattress will fit easier into your tent.
Keep these terms in mind when comparing prices and features to find the Best Air Mattress!