Compare what is it: SoundAsleep Air Mattress vs AeroBed vs Intex Airbed
SoundAsleep Air Mattress – This is an air mattress that helps you sleep sound all night long. SoundAsleep Air Mattress is equipped with ComfortCoil Technology and Built-in High Capacity Pump that make it the ideal mattress.
AeroBed System – It’s a classic high-design finished queen-size airbed.
Intex Airbed – It’s an inflatable queen-size airbed for home use.
Compare Features & Benefits: SoundAsleep Air Mattress vs AeroBed vs Intex Airbed
SoundAsleep Air Mattress – The mattress is constructed from PVC (Polyvinyl) that stretches naturally, is thicker, and has a waterproof top, making it more comfortable and durable. The multilayered nature of the material makes it puncture-resistant. Inflating the SoundAsleep Air Mattress is extremely simple. You need to flip the switch to inflate it automatically with no hassle of valves to connect, open or close. The internal pump is easy and quick to inflate or deflate. The mattress inflates fully and firmly and deflates in just four minutes. Top off the mattress effortlessly and quickly. It will be engaged with the ComfortCoil Technology – durable internal air coils that provide firm support. The airbed has a raised “Double-height” and dual chamber construction and does not slide aside thanks to the “Sure-Grip” feature that enables the bottom to hold the bed.
AeroBed System – The airbed is 9” high and has a thicker Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) material and is quick to inflate and deflate. You can easily store and carry AeroBed in the polyester carry bag. Its power cord is compatible with any household electric switchboard. It has an Auto-On feature for the handheld pump that automatically starts when you insert the nozzle into the mattress. The system comes with pillows. It is ETL/CETL safety standards listed.
Intex Airbed – The Airbed has a dual chamber construction – upper and lower chamber. The lower chamber is similar to traditional box spring technology beds and offers firm support. The upper chamber is usable as a mattress. The portable airbed has the feel of raised bed. Its top is constructed with 20.8 gauge waterproof material. It has 15-micron vinyl inner wielded beams and 16-micron vinyl sides and bottom and secured and comfortable surface. The bed is ideal even in overcrowded houses. The integrated high-performance electric inflation pump inflates the dual chambers and pillow rest in under 4 minutes. The mattress deflates quickly and can be carried or stored anywhere. The switch button adjusts levels as required. With the side indentations that apply grip you can hold bedspreads.
Compare Design and Construction: SoundAsleep Air Mattress vs AeroBed vs Intex Airbed
SoundAsleep Air Mattress – The design of the air mattress is ideal for in-home use and overnight guests, friends or family. The PVC material of the mattress naturally stretches. The mattress is thick, has puncture-resistant multilayered material, and waterproof flocked top that provides comfort and durability. Its ComfortCoil Technology engages it with durable internal air coils that give firm support. The airbed has raised “Double-height” and dual chamber construction. It provides a microfiber feel with the top of the mattress that features an extra layer of material. The 40-coil air beam points are constructed to offer seamless and comfortable support like traditional coil mattresses. The airbed stays the flattest through the night with no irregular bulging or sinking. It doesn’t slide asides courtesy the “Sure-Grip” provisions.
AeroBed – The airbed has a classic single high design. Tough PVC (Polyvinyl Chloride) and 48 coils inner fortify it and provide it firmness. The oval coil construction ensures support across the mattress.
Intex Airbed – The airbed is designed with dual chamber construction – upper and lower. The lower chamber has similar features as the traditional box spring technology beds and provides firmness and support. The upper chamber works as the mattress. Intex Airbed is portable with the feel of raised bed and a secured and comfortable surface. The top is made of 20.8 guage waterproof material. It has 15-micron vinyl inner wielded beams and 16-micron vinyl sides and bottom.
Compare Size and Height: SoundAsleep Air Mattress vs AeroBed vs Intex Airbed
SoundAsleep Air Mattress: 78” x 58” x 19” when inflated
AeroBed – 78”L x 60” H x 9” W and 12 lbs weight
Intex Airbed – 7.5” x 14.5” x 18” when deflated and 60”W x 22” H x 80”L when inflate
Compare Pump: SoundAsleep Air Mattress vs AeroBed vs Intex Airbed
SoundAsleep Air Mattress – The high-capacity built-in air inflation pump connects easily and quickly for inflating and deflating. The detachable electric cable is compatible with every standard wall switchboard and inflates fully under 4 minutes. The SoundAsleep Air Mattress has a simple motor and pump composition. Turning it clockwise inflates it and anticlockwise deflates it. Even though the motor generates some amount of noise during inflation it’s quieter than other appliances.
AeroBed – The built-in electric pump is 120 Volts AC. It 8.53’ power cable can be plugged into any household wall electric switchboard. With the Auto-On feature, when you insert the nozzle into the mattress, the handheld pump controls automatically activate.
Intex Airbed – The high-efficiency integrated electric pump makes for convenient inflation and deflation in less than 5 minutes.
Compare Comfort Features: SoundAsleep Air Mattress vs AeroBed vs Intex Airbed
SoundAsleep Air Mattress – The 19” height gives the same feel as sleeping on a traditional box spring bed. The sleeper will get comfortable deep sleep through the night thanks to the softness of the mattress top. Using the mattress singly makes it drop negligibly in the middle but it stays absolutely firm all night when used doubly.
AeroBed – The strong PVC (Polyvinyl Chloride) and 48 coils inside fortify and provide it flatness or firmness. Support across the mattress is guaranteed by the oval coil construction.
Intex Air Mattress – The mattress guarantees durability, reliability, and versatility while being reasonably priced. It is large enough to accommodate tall and heavy sleepers. It is easily inflatable, deflatable, foldable, and storable in its carry case.
Compare Max User Weight Supported: SoundAsleep Air Mattress vs AeroBed vs Intex Airbed
SoundAsleep Air Mattress: 500 lbs max (+ 100 lbs occasional)
AeroBed: Up to 600 lbs
Intex Air Mattress: Twin size supports 300 lbs/136 kg. Full, Queen, King support 600 lbs/272 kg
Compare time is takes to inflate fully
SoundAsleep Air Mattress – Less than 4 minutes
AeroBed – 60 seconds
Intex Air Mattress – Less than 5 minutes.
Compare Bottom: SoundAsleep Air Mattress vs AeroBed vs Intex Airbed
SoundAsleep Air Mattress – Lined up bottom with ‘sure grip’ to avoid sliding asides
AeroBed – No information
Intex Air Mattress – Sheets won’t slip courtesy the indented sides
Compare Raise: SoundAsleep Air Mattress vs AeroBed vs Intex Airbed
SoundAsleep Air Mattress – “Double-height” raise with dual chamber construction
AeroBed – Raised by handheld pump control
Intex Air Mattress – 22” vertical from floor
Compare material: SoundAsleep Air Mattress vs AeroBed vs Intex Airbed
SoundAsleep Air Mattress – It is constructed with PVC (Polyvinyl), thick waterproof flocked top, puncture-resistant multilayered material. ComfortCoil Technology with internal air coils for durability and firmness. Extra layer of material on the top for a microfiber feel.
AeroBed – Solid PVC (Polyvinyl Chloride) with 48 coils inner for strength and flatness or firmness.
Intex Air Mattress – 20.8 gauge waterproof material on top, 15-micron vinyl inner wielded beams, and 16-micron vinyl sides.
Is it waterproof?
SoundAsleep Air Mattress – Yes, extra thick and waterproof
AeroBed – Yes
Intex Air Mattress – Yes, it has a waterproof flocked top with vinyl beams.
Compare Warranty: SoundAsleep Air Mattress vs AeroBed vs Intex Airbed
SoundAsleep Air Mattress – Customer satisfaction, limited 1-year guarantee
AeroBed – 1 year Limited Manufacturer warranty
Intex Air Mattress – No warranty
Compare Price: SoundAsleep Air Mattress vs AeroBed vs Intex Airbed
SoundAsleep Air Mattress – $250
AeroBed – $84.99
Intex Air Mattress – $47.99
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