What’s the big deal about the Intex Comfort Rest Raised Queen Airbed? Think about it this way. A good night’s sleep can often make all the difference between having a fantastic day and having a miserable one. When you don’t get enough sleep you are groggy, perhaps cranky and more prone to let the littlest things get under your skin.
This can be a recipe for disaster when you are visiting relatives and the frumpy lumpy couch is the only bed available. A relaxing visit can turn into a feud-fest fast when a good night’s rest is lacking. That is why a lot of people are searching for information on the best air mattresses available on the market today. That’s why the Intex Comfort Rest Raised Air Mattress is so popular around the holiday season.
The Technology of Intex Air Mattresses
Air mattresses today are nothing like their predecessors of long ago, those flat, quickly deflating oversized, uncomfortable balloons. If you aren’t convinced then let the 66717E Intex Comfort Rest Raised Queen Air Mattress to change your mind about the true comfort possibilities of air mattresses. Once you try it out, you may even tell the in-laws they can have your room!
The Intex Air Mattress solves all of the qualms related to other air mattresses. One of the most obvious aggravations about old air mattresses is the pump up. You either had to blow the bed up like a balloon (and nearly pass out in the process) or dig the old tire pump out of the garage and pump like a mad man to get it even half-way inflated.
Intex has solved this dilemma by having an AC pump built directly into the mattress. You simply plug it into a wall outlet and watch as it inflates right before your eyes. You decide how soft or firm you want the mattress by adding more or less air. Deflating it is just as easy; you plug it in again and switch the dial to deflate. You have a comfortable air mattress in fewer than 5 minutes flat (and no turning blue required!).
The Intex Air Bed Addresses All of Your Complaints
Another complaint, especially for those of us who are not quite as spry as we used to be, is how low the typical air mattress is on the ground. Getting in bed may not be too big of a problem, but climbing out the next morning sure is! No one wants to crawl out of bed.
This is another advantage of the Intex Comfort Rest Raised Queen Air Mattress. You read that right…it is actually raised up to a height that makes getting in and getting out easy, at 22 inches from the floor. Even your 82-year-old grandmother won’t have a problem in the morning getting out of this bed.
Another complaint is that of storage. Once you deflate your mattress what do you do with it? The problem has a solution when you have an Intex Air Bed. This mattress comes with a bag about the size of a carryon suitcase and has instructions on how to easily fold the mattress for storage. The bag is similar to a duffle bag and has straps for easy carrying. The weight is about 25 pounds, making it easy to store almost anywhere.
Comfort and the Intex Solution
Now for the biggest question, what about comfort? Most air mattresses fall “flat” when it comes to the area of comfort. The Intex Air Mattress surely won’t disappoint in the most important factor. The bed is made up of two chambers; the lower one is meant as a version of the box spring in a traditional bed and is the part that supports the raised level.
The upper part of the bed is meant to be the mattress, which has a flocked, soft surface for added sleeping comfort. The pump allows the bed’s firmness to be adjusted to individual liking. That means you can have it pillow soft for the kids or extra firm for grandpa’s back. The bed even has indented sides so that sheets don’t easily slip off.
The next time the holidays roll around, or the in-laws are in town, let them all get a good night’s sleep and have a pleasant stay with the Intex Comfort Raised Queen Mattress. It is small enough that you may even want to pack it on your next trip to take along with you!