When it comes to airbeds, Intex is one of the best manufacturers on the market. That’s why, in this review, you’re going to learn about the Intex Dura-Beam Standard Series Airbed, and what it has to offer you!
To start off, this is a twin-size airbed. It’s not particularly large, but at the same time, it isn’t that small, either. Instead, it’s perfect for one adult, or two small children. But, if you’re trying to fit two adults onto this airbed, you might find that the experience is considerably less than ideal.
In order for you to inflate this airbed, you’ll have to use a pump. Fortunately, this pump is internal, so it’s built into the airbed. This means that you can simply plug the airbed in, and then turn on the pump.
When you turn the airbed’s pump on, it will begin to inflate the airbed. This takes around two-and-a-half-minutes, give or take. And, this means that you aren’t going to have to wait that long for the airbed to be ready for you.
Of course, if you’re camping or in a place where electrical outlets aren’t available, then you won’t have the ability to use the internal pump. Fortunately, though, Intex has made sure that the electric internal pump isn’t the only way that you can pump up this airbed.
Instead of being restricted to the internal pump, you can also use a manual pump to inflate this airbed. There is no need for you to do this, since the internal pump is more than sufficient.
If you’re in a place where there are no electrical outlets, then the manual pump is the only way to pump up this air mattress.
Using a manual pump is quite easy, even if it takes more effort. But, if you pump fast, it won’t take that long to inflate the entirety of this airbed. And then, when it’s done inflating, you can lay down your blankets and pillows, and begin falling asleep.
Intex includes a small carrying bag with this airbed. Using this small carrying bag, you’re able to carry the deflated airbed.
To deflate it, you can simply use the pump to open up a small pathway for all of the air that’s within the airbed to flow out of. And then, in no time, the airbed will have completely deflated.
When the airbed is deflated, it’s quite small. So, you can simply pack it together and place it in the small carrying bag. Then, you can grab the small carrying bag and move the airbed around, to different areas and spaces.
It is this simplicity, convenience, and mobility that serves as one of the best qualities of this airbed. This is an excellent airbed if only for the fact that it offers a great deal of convenience and simplicity, making it easy for you to set up and use the airbed.
Of course, this wouldn’t be that important if the airbed wasn’t comfortable to sleep on. But, fortunately, it’s a very comfortable airbed that allows for a restful and comfortable sleep.
Much of this comfort is due to the fiber-tech construction, which allows the airbed to support a great deal of weight, and to remain durable overtime.
Even if you’ve had this airbed for several years, there’s a good chance that it will remain strong and sturdy, which is in contrast to many other airbeds that lack the same durability and stability.
On the surface of this airbed, there is a nice, soft, plush material. This material is extremely comfortable to lay on, and it ensures that you won’t have a sore back or any body aches when you wake up from using this airbed.
Plus, there are contours on the airbed that allow your body to receive the support that it needs, so that you don’t become sore while sleeping and moving around on the mattress.
What’s really nice about this airbed is that it includes a built-in pillow. This pillow is built into the airbed, it’s very comfortable, and having this built-in pillow ensures that you don’t need to bring a pillow if you are camping.
Ultimately, if you are looking for a good, high-quality airbed, then the Intex Dura-Beam Standard Series Airbed is a fantastic choice!
It’s exceptionally comfortable and it offers a very durable and easy-to-use design that ensures your experience with this airbed will be pleasant and easy!