Sable Twin Air Mattress Review
Amongst the cheaper airbeds this one is a stunner. With a thought-out classic design, the mattress fits into nearly any surrounding. Due to the compact size (12.99 x 7.76 x 14.57 in when deflated) and light weight (about 13 pounds) this one is a great choice for your next camping trip. The twin size mattress fits in most tents (74 x 39 x 20 in when inflated) and is very easy to store and transport. Read on about all the features in our comprehensive comparative review.
How does it do as regards to overall comfort?
This raised twin mattress by Sable is down to the point a solid product. It does what it should and not much more… We find some joy in the simplicity of the mattress, which does not impair comfortability. The internal coil beam construction keeps the airbed in balance even when you are leaning on the edge of it. This separates it from other mattresses in the low-price segment of the market. The 0.02-inch sumptuous flocked top makes for a natural feel that is similar to a regular bed.
The pump is quick and powerful
It is always a nice convenience to have an internal electric pump that is able to inflate the mattress quickly and silently. In just about 3 minutes this twin airbed can be fully inflated. Even some premium mattresses take longer than 5 minutes. This is definitely a plus. Just with the flick of a switch and a little bit of patience you are good to go.
How long does the Sable twin air mattress last?
The durability of air mattresses can be a major let down. One small leak is enough to make the product essentially worthless. Generally, you want to look you out for a long-lasting warranty period. Now, for this one there is no extra manufacturer warranty which is very common for an airbed of this low price. However, the amazon a-to-z warranty covers any issues with your products for several month. Anyways, we tested this mattress and were pleasantly surprised with the reliability of it holding air during the night given that we saw some reviews to the contrary. It should be noted however that some air loss during the first couple of nights is normal with airbed due to initial stretching of the PVC material.
What about the design?
When it comes to design this one sticks to the basics which is not a bad thing. The twin mattress has nothing much special to it. But the other perimeter rim is designed to hold twin bed sheets in place which is quite cool. We recommend to use bed sheets despite the soft flocked top layer.
Ease of storage:
The storage is important, especially when it comes to camping. We think that you will have no problem at all carrying this one in the clever included storage bag. This makes camping more fun – for sure.
While there are some negative reviews when it comes to durability and holding in air, we find that this one is a winner for the value. We tested the mattress and found the air loss normal. The quick electric pump and the clever design are winning features.
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