Guide to Choosing A Raised Air Bed

If you're in need of a comfortable bed to accommodate your guests but want something that won't be a permanent fixture and occupy a whole room when it's not in use, a Raised Air Bed is the perfect solution. In this guide we'll be taking a look at some of the things you need to take into account when choosing one.

But before we get into how to choose one of these beds, let's take a quick look at the basic characteristics of raised air beds.

Just as the name implies, a Raised Air Bed is an inflatable bed. The difference between these inflatable beds and the traditional camping variety is that the sleep surface stands anywhere from 18 to 24 inches high depending on the brand and model you select. In other words pretty much the height of a standard box spring and mattress.

Inflating a Raised Air Bed is effortless and takes just a few minutes as most (but not all) brands/models are packaged with a powerful electric pump. Deflating it is just as fast as they either have a large valve to let the air out, or the pump action can be reversed to suck the air out. Once deflated the air bed can be rolled up compactly and stowed away until the next time you need it.

It's also worth noting that quite a Raised Air Beds feature remote controls, enabling you to adjust the amount of air in the bed for optimum comfort level.

When you start looking for your ideal Raised Air Bed you're going to find that there is a staggering variety to choose from and each has it's own distinctive characteristics - once again depending on the brand and model. So here's a list of things to consider before you buy:

Raised Air Beds are an excellent alternative to a traditional box spring and mattress and will provide as much comfort for your guests, plus they are a less costly solution and have the added benefit of saving space when they are not in use.

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