Intex Deluxe Pillow Rest Raised Comfort Queen

November 18, 2013 - Comment

Deluxe Pillow Rest Bed includes built in pump. Adjust to any level of firmness with the touch of a button. Inflates in under 4 minutes. Mattress top is raised 16-3/4″ from the floor for convenience. A deluxe version of Intex’s ever-popular Pillow Rest airbed, the Deluxe Pillow Rest adds a sturdier outer layer, making it

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Deluxe Pillow Rest Bed includes built in pump. Adjust to any level of firmness with the touch of a button. Inflates in under 4 minutes. Mattress top is raised 16-3/4″ from the floor for convenience.

A deluxe version of Intex’s ever-popular Pillow Rest airbed, the Deluxe Pillow Rest adds a sturdier outer layer, making it even more stable and comfortable than the original. The Deluxe Pillow Rest is equipped with a quality-tested 21.2-gauge waterproof flocked top, along with 15-gauge vinyl beams, sides, and bottom. The resulting surface is snug and secure, whether you’re sleeping at the in-laws’ overcrowded house or setting up a guest bed in the basement. In addition, the Deluxe Pillow Rest is remarkably easy to inflate thanks to the built-in, high-powered electric pump, which does its job in just a few short minutes. No more fussing with tiring hand or foot pumps or rummaging through the garage for your detached electric pump. And should the mattress feel a little too soft or firm, you can customize the comfort level with the touch of a button.

The Deluxe Pillow Rest is raised 19 inches from the floor, making it far taller than most inflatable mattresses, and includes a built-in pillow for added comfort. And at 82 by 64 inches (WxL), the mattress is an official Queen size, making it a good fit for fitted sheets. The Deluxe Pillow Rest Queen airbed–which offers a capacity of 600 pounds–comes with an AC power cord, a shoulder strap, and a duffel bag. It’s also backed by a 90-day limited warranty.

Product Features

  • Location, temperature, and humidity will affect the firmness of the airbed.  Airbeds will need to be occasionally re-inflated (topped off) to maintain desired firmness when used for more than a few days as vinyl tends to relax over time.
  • Measurements will vary based on the way in which the customer inflates the airbed. Airbeds are measured from the widest point including the beams (bulges) on the side and off the tallest point from the floor including built-in pillows if applicable
  • Queen-sized inflatable mattress with quality-tested 21.2-gauge waterproof flocked top
  • 15-gauge vinyl beams, sides, and bottoms for added stability while you sleep
  • Built-in, high-powered electric pump makes mattress easy to inflate and deflate
  • Customizable comfort level; 300-pound capacity; includes duffel bag for storage
  • Fits twin size fitted sheets; measures 82 x 18 x 64 inches (WxHxD); 90-day warranty

Comments

Stanzaman says:

Quality, but not quality that lasts. After having owned two of these, and having experienced the same problem twice in a row, I feel I ought to warn you. This bed will eventually self destruct. As a college student in a housing situation that could change at a moment’s notice, I felt it would be wiser to purchase an airbed than to deal with moving costs of a regular mattress and boxspring. I was taken in by the low price and “super saver shipping” on this model, and at first things were quite nice. The bed is a dual chamber design with an internal pump, and uses lengthwise “ribs” on the inside to hold the bed flat when you inflate it. The pump itself is incredibly simple to use, just set the valve to “inflate” and turn it on. When the bed is inflated, and you are lying down, you can easily reach the pump’s valve and switch to get the firmness of the bed just right by inflating or deflating it as needed.However, after a few months of regular use, the internal ribs began to come unglued one by one. Since…

jomama says:

life saver!! heard that out of town relatives were coming for the holidays so I had to get something for them to sleep on during their visit. thought the air bed was a better alternative than the floor. was not sure if this was a good product or not for sure. but when I received we kept wanting to try it before relatives came, but we didn’t.anyway by the time we did it worked perfectly. one of the best last minute purchases I made. I would recommend this product to anyone that needs an air bed. it was inexpensive and worked great. easy to set up and easy to putaway.. of course like all packaging it does not fit exactly as it came in, but it was all worth it for me..

Y. Choe "Genocide Shooki" says:

It works, but the air keeps flowing out… Hmm…. it’s already been four months and I used it about three weeks before my real bed arrived. First, if you consider this as a substitution of a real bed, consider it again. It could be used temporarily, not recommended for permanent use. My wife told me you might get your back hurt if you keep sleeping over it. Second, I think the air bed itself is pretty good. The surface material feels goood, and built-in AC pump works fine. The noise while pumping up the bed is kind of disturbing, but it’s tolerable. However, you have to hear that noise repeatedly because the air keeps flowing out little by little. So you have to feed it once 3~4 days. I have it currently, and I think I can set it up for my friends visiting and staying over my house.

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