Coleman SupportRest Double High Air Bed ($72)

Double-wide and extremely comfortable, Exped’s premium self-inflating sleeping pad provides an excellent night's sleep for two
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Air bed

78 x 60 x 18 in. (Queen)

14 lbs. 13 oz.

Budget-priced air bed.

No pump included; a little less comfortable.

Coleman’s SupportRest Double High is our top air mattress that is priced well. It’s a good choice to go with a low-cost model such as this typically will result in significant damage to the durability of the bed, but this isn’t the case with the Coleman. Although no air mattress has an impeccable performance record however, the SupportRest offers a number of nights without leaks to its credit. The top layer on the back of the mattress is supple and holds sheets in place while it’s Double High compresses down to the right size for storage or transportation. Note that the SupportRest isn’t equipped with pumps for inflation or deflation. We suggest the 4D battery QuickPump from Coleman to use for camping usage, which adds around 20 dollars to the cost.

In comparison to it is REI Kingdom Insulated Air Bed above the Coleman, The Coleman is the most popular choice for people on a budget. In fact, having the pump included lowers the regular Kingdom in cost by about 60 dollars at the time of the publication. If you’re looking for the double-high, tall style then the Coleman is the more comfortable option. We rate the Kingdom ahead of the Coleman because of its more stable design, which isn’t as susceptible to sagging, more durable construction and its practical size that is more suitable for most camping tents. However, if your air bed is mostly utilized at home and is just occasionally camping the Coleman SupportRest is a good alternative with a substantial discount.

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