Best Air Mattresses
All air mattresses are not created equal. This can be a good thing when you’re looking for a better value or something that will last a good number of years. The price you pay can vary quite a bit, however. But in the end, no one wants anything that deflates in the middle of the night. The cheapest air mattresses you can purchase are usually the size of a traditional twin bed and come with a pump to blow up the air bladder.
Here are our picks for the best air mattresses you can buy this season.
- Durable & waterproof top
- Includes a carry bag
- Slide prevention grip
- Built-in cord storage
- Two pumps built in
- Automatically inflates & deflates
- Monitors air pressure while in use
- Auto-shutoff features
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- Remote settings to adjust firmness
- Built in electric pump
- Holds up to 500 lbs
- Twin size available
- Inflatability last between 36 and 72 hours
- Raised height of 16.5"
- Built in pillows
One of the main things that manufacturers skimp on is the motor in the pump, which is a key component to blowing up your air mattress. Before buying an inexpensive air mattress, it’s always important to effectively research which one is the best choice for your price point. Oftentimes, lower price points correspond to a shorter lifespan of the air mattress. That makes this option perfect for short-term use or occasional guests.