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Old 05-08-2013, 08:49 AM   #1
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Sofa Sleeper Air Mattress?

Does anyone have a good recommendation for a good sofa sleeper air mattress - queen size? We are looking for one that has two chambers/pumps so that it can be adjusted to individual settings.
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Old 05-08-2013, 12:26 PM   #2
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my wife and I really like the sleep number bed with dual cambers. and through good sam it was not to bad for the price.
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Be careful if it is for a sofa sleeper bed. Sleep number beds are great but I wouldn't use it on sofa bed. Not hardy enough to take the folding.
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We have an air dream for our sofa and love it. People say it is the best mattress they have slept on. It is only one air chamber though. Air over a coil mattress. 5 " thich when deflated and 10" when inflated. Stows easily.

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I would think that you would have to deflate and store ANY air mattress that you use on a sofa bed. JMHO
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We have an air dream for our sofa and love it. People say it is the best mattress they have slept on. It is only one air chamber though. Air over a coil mattress. 5 " thich when deflated and 10" when inflated. Stows easily.

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I would think that you would have to deflate and store ANY air mattress that you use on a sofa bed. JMHO
It takes less than 30 seconds to deflate this mattress. I leave the valve open and then fold up the sofa bed with the mattress and bedding in place. It works very easily and quickly. I would buy it again.
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Air Dream X5. Only has one chamber, but half the price of dual air number mattresses. Buy two??
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Absolutely the Sleep Number will not work. It requires foam supportive side rails and foot, head boards. The Air Dream is great for the folding sofa bed. However, be very careful while folding it back as the mattress may be caught and punctured by the metal rails. Have a good night!
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It takes less than 30 seconds to deflate this mattress. I leave the valve open and then fold up the sofa bed with the mattress and bedding in place. It works very easily and quickly. I would buy it again.

I looked at the video and it looks like it would be perfect for that application, but $260 for an air mattress! OK, so I'm a cheapskate!
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I looked at the video and it looks like it would be perfect for that application, but $260 for an air mattress! OK, so I'm a cheapskate!
It is a coil spring mattress with an air mattress on top. I am a cheapskate as well, but as I said, I'd do it again.
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I'm not sure who makes the mattress for the Flexsteel sofa bed, but it's the combo [padded mattress and air mattress. It's sooo comfortable.
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I'm not sure who makes the mattress for the Flexsteel sofa bed, but it's the combo [padded mattress and air mattress. It's sooo comfortable.
^^^ X2. It fills in 35 seconds or less. Pop the top and it deflates and folds up with mattress pad, sheets and light weight blanket in minutes.

My BIL slept on it 4 nights in a row - and each morning got up raving about how comfortable it is. I think ours says Queen Aire on it. Looked it up on Flexsteel sight and while the one they're using now says Majestic Air (I believe that's it), it looks just like the one in our '08 Bounder.

I have only tested it out - never a nights sleep - but BIL swears by it. YMMV.
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