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Camping Air Beds

An air bed is an essential piece of equipment not just for camping but for all occasions. We sell single, double and kingsize air beds from a number of major camping brands incuding Outwell and Outdoor Revolution

No-one wants an air bed that deflates when you lie on it, we've all been there. Our inflatable air beds are all great quality but we do have a wide range of prices depeding on what level of specification you are after.

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Choosing the right air bed for your outdoor adventures is a crucial decision that can significantly impact the overall enjoyment and success of your camping experience. Whether it's a double air bed or a king size we have everything you need under one roof.

For ease check out some of our biggest air bed categories below. Finding the right air bed or sleeping solution can be daunting but we hope you find what you are looking for and if you need any extra help please use our live chat to talk to one of our camping experts.

Are air beds comfortable?

Air beds can be comfortable for some people, but it really depends on personal preference and the quality of the air bed. Some people find them quite comfortable because they can adjust the firmness to their liking by adding or removing air. However, others may find them less comfortable, especially if they don't hold air well or if they prefer the feeling of a traditional mattress.

When considering an air bed, it's essential to look for one with good durability and support, as well as features like built-in pumps for easy inflation and deflation. Additionally, adding a mattress topper can enhance comfort and provide extra cushioning. Ultimately, trying out different air beds or reading reviews from others with similar preferences can help you determine if an air bed would be comfortable for you.

How to deflate an air bed?

Deflating an air bed is usually a straightforward process. Here's a general guide:

Find the valve: Locate the valve on the air bed. It's typically near the inflation port and may have a cap or cover.

Open the valve: Remove the cap or cover from the valve. Some valves may have a twist or pull mechanism to open them, while others may simply need to be pressed or pulled open.

Apply pressure: Once the valve is open, apply pressure to the air bed to force the air out. You can do this by pressing down on the bed with your hands or knees, or by sitting or lying on the bed to help squeeze out the air.

Fold or roll: As the air is expelled, fold or roll the air bed from one end to the other to further push out the air. This will help make the bed more compact for storage.

Close the valve: Once the air bed is fully deflated, close the valve to prevent air from re-entering the bed.

Pack away: Depending on the size of the air bed and your storage space, you can fold it up neatly or roll it tightly for storage.

It's worth noting that some air beds come with built-in pumps that have a deflate function, which can make the process even easier. If your air bed has this feature, simply follow the instructions provided with the pump..

How to find a puncture in an air bed?

Finding a puncture in an air bed can be a bit of a detective job, but it's entirely doable. Here's a step-by-step guide:

Inflate the air bed: Start by fully inflating the air bed so that it's easier to locate any leaks. Make sure it's as firm as possible.

Listen for leaks: Sometimes you can hear the sound of air escaping from the puncture. Try listening closely to different areas of the air bed, especially near seams or areas where there may be stress.

Feel for leaks: Run your hands over the surface of the air bed, feeling for any areas where the air may be escaping. Pay close attention to seams, corners, and areas where the material may have been stressed.

Use soapy water: Mix some liquid dish soap with water to create a soapy solution. Apply this solution to the surface of the air bed, focusing on areas where you suspect there may be a leak. The soap will create bubbles where air is escaping, making it easier to pinpoint the location of the puncture.

Inspect visually: Once you've located a potential leak using the soapy water method, inspect the area visually. Look for any bubbles forming in the soapy solution, as this indicates where the air is escaping.

Mark the puncture: Once you've found the puncture, mark its location with a marker or a piece of tape so you can easily find it again.

Repair the puncture: Depending on the size and severity of the puncture, you can repair it using a patch kit specifically designed for air beds. Follow the instructions provided with the patch kit carefully to ensure a proper repair.

Test the repair: After patching the puncture, reinflate the air bed and check to make sure the repair holds. If the air bed still leaks, you may need to reapply the patch or consider other repair options.

By following these steps, you should be able to successfully locate and repair a puncture in an air bed, ensuring that it remains usable for a long time to come.

Are air beds cold?

Air beds can feel colder than traditional mattresses for a couple of reasons:

Insulation: Air beds typically lack the insulation that traditional mattresses offer. Mattresses often have layers of foam or other materials that provide some insulation against the cold. Air beds, on the other hand, are generally made of vinyl or another synthetic material, which doesn't provide much insulation.

Air Circulation: Air beds can allow air to circulate more freely around your body, which can make you feel cooler, especially in colder environments. This can be exacerbated if the room itself is cold or if you're using the air bed on a cold surface, like a basement floor.

To mitigate feeling cold on an air bed, you can try the following:

Use a mattress topper: Adding a mattress topper can provide extra insulation and warmth.

Layer bedding: Use blankets, comforters, or sleeping bags to add layers of warmth on top of the air bed.

Use a heated mattress pad: If you have access to electricity, a heated mattress pad can provide warmth throughout the night.

Warm up the room: If possible, heat the room before using the air bed to make the environment warmer.

By taking these steps, you can help make your air bed feel warmer and more comfortable, especially in colder conditions.