4 Stars By DuoArtDude on 2016-05-31
Costco version *NOT* the same!!!!
I wanted to clear up some confusion about this product. Another reviewer said they purchased this product for roughly $40 at Costco. The product he purchased is *NOT* the same as this one. I own both. Photos attached. The Costco version has fewer "Stabilizers" Knowing what I do about engineering and physics, the higher priced 2DayDeliver version is better. You could argue that the higher priced version has more points of failure, but a Simmons mattresses with more coils have more points of failure too, but the weight is distributed over more area. Do You see my point? Time will tell. I have both versions and one will last longer. What I do notice is that the 2DayDeliver version is more flat and certainly more rectangular. The cheaper Costco version slopes off at the edges more steeply lessening the useful sleeping area compared to the more expensive one. Ironically, the Costco version seems to advertise a larger size. Marketing people must have been involved ;)
5 Stars By Danny on 2017-10-23
Worked great for camping trip in Redwood NF where I proposed to my girlfriend that night
It was worth spending the extra money on this ;)
I packed this into my backpacking backpack and yeah it was heavy compared to the tiny sleeping pads but that night was special because I proposed to my girlfriend that weekend, and I wanted everything to be perfect (i.e. no low quality sleep!). So it was worth it. We camped under the stars and on the banks of the Redwood Creek in the Redwood National Park, the only place where dispersed camping is allowed in the park. It was perfect.
She said yes, btw
4 Stars By Amaryllis Belladonna on 2017-10-31
I feel like I have to try something for a really long ...
I'm not sure I've ever written a review for 2DayDeliver. I feel like I have to try something for a really long time, to know if both the product, and my feelings about it, are going to last. By that time, I've forgotten to come back and leave a review. But I've been sleeping on one of these for 8 months now, and just bought another (not because anything was wrong with the other one, you just probably don't really want to hear my life story of why.) So now I'm getting emails to write a review, and... why not?
This is a great air mattress. No weird off-gassing. Almost as comfortable as a "real" mattress. Lightweight. Since I'm using it long term, I did have to doctor it up a little with a mattress cover, and a towel where my, err, "chest" was getting rubbed. But I'm very happy with it.
I hope they continue to make this mattress in this style! I might need to buy it again in the future.
1 Stars By TheClevelander on 2017-10-30
Don't be fooled...
...although this received great reviews, it is not dependable. We used it once and it worked great. The second time, not so much, it would not hold air. This was after we returned the initial mattress we got. The first one would not even hold air on the initial inflation. But I should have known, since we received a very basic package, it was not in a manufacturer's box or anything. We liked this so much at first, that we bought a second one for the rest of the family to use. I am just hoping that we get more than one use out of that one...
5 Stars By Relytyelgis on 2016-07-05
Fantastic lighter-weight option for camping.
Fantastic option for camping. This is a queen-sized (or very close to it) air mattress. We inflated it around 3:30 PM on Friday and it hadn't leaked any air when we deflated it at 9:00 PM Saturday. It's lightweight (specs say around 6 lbs, but I haven't measured it). It's comfortable enough as a temporary sleeping arrangement. I wouldn't use this as a primary option for guests, but as a travel air mattress or a camping option for two people, this is fantastic!
4 Stars By Inquiry Mama on 2017-04-09
It is a great product!
I only wish a separate stuff-sack would be included for the batteries and pump. It is a great product!
4 Stars By Peter Louie on 2016-09-11
Hold the air very well!
We used this when we stayed at my friend's house in LA for two nights.It held the air very well. We only pumped it up once on the first night and the airbed stayed firm after two nights. On the contrary, the other cheap air mattress (Northwest Territory Twin size Air Mattress) that we got from Sears deflated significantly just a few hours after we inflated it. Lightspeed Outdoors airbed is good quality and the pump that comes with it works great too. I can't wait to use it for our upcoming camping trip!
5 Stars By C. Geirman on 2016-07-27
Once you go PVC-Free... you won't go back!
I've been on a 3-month trek through many national parks and always had issues with the sleeping mattresses I've tried previously... small pinhole leaks... bulbous sections... etc. I went through at least 2, maybe 3 during that trip with nightly use. They were all PVC based. I wished I'd known there was an alternative at the time. This one feels abrasion resistant and much higher quality. I'd expect this to have lasted the entire trip. Great find!
5 Stars By Mark F. on 2016-10-07
These people are awesome. I had an issue with my pump and ...
These people are awesome. I had an issue with my pump and they replaced it immediately no questions asked. As for the mattress, it is perfect
size for my tent. My previous one pushed against the edges and broke a seem. Comfortable, it makes camping a joy.
4 Stars By A. Poli on 2016-12-13
Good air mattress
We bought this mattress for a car camping trip as it looked like a good balance of comfort and height. Our normal backpacking pads are relatively thin for a week at base camp and our air mattress at home, a little too tall for our tent. It's comfortable and needed air about every other day. It's a good mattress. I'll update if any large negatives arise.