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What Should I Look For When Buying A Camping Air Mattress?


If you're starting to browse through the online stores, you may find yourself becoming slightly overwhelmed by the number of choices you have when it comes to air mattresses. They can be used for just about anything, from a camping trip to overnight guests that need a place to sleep.

Buying a camping air mattress can seem complicated, but a well-informed consumer will be able to make their purchase easier, having read all of the information possible about what they're looking for.

There are many different reviews that you can read online that will compare different air mattresses and tell you what they will be best for. Whether you're hiking in the hills and will be sleeping on the ground, or car camping, you will be able to find a mattress that will suit your needs.

The REI Camp Bed can self inflate to a thickness of 3.5 inches and while the width is slightly narrower than a typical air mattress, it is still comfortable and lightweight, at just 5 pounds when rolled up. On the other hand, the Therm-a-Rest Prolite Regular is one of the best sleeping pads for backpacking. It weighs only 20-ounces and its combination of foam and air provides up to an inch of soft cushioning. You can even add a closed-cell foam pad underneath it for colder nights.

Purchasing a camping air mattress has never been easier than it is today, thanks to the Internet. You can either purchase your new air bed online at any sports retailer and have it shipped directly to your house, or you can choose to visit a sports store, such as Sports Authority, and purchase your air mattress that way, saving yourself some money on the shipping costs.

The good news about buying an air mattress is that many of them come with built-in pumps so you don't need to worry about buying any extra supplies.

One of the drawbacks to tent camping is the discomfort of sleeping on the hard ground, so using an air mattress is a great alternative to campers who are searching for a comfortable alternative.

They can either be placed directly on the ground, or for those who prefer sleeping on a raised mattress, portable frames can make it easy to raise an air mattress to standard bed height.

 

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