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Customer Review

Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 11 May 2020
This air bed has a quality feel to it, and the flocked top is good and prevents sweating which would otherwise occur lying on what is effectively a plastic surface, however it leaked from day 1.

We only seldom need it and so it had passed the point where we could return it.

It seemed to blow up nicely with no obvious leaks but by morning it was largely deflated. We put it down to us perhaps not pushing the plugs in firmly enough.

The next time we used it - 3 months later - we took great care to ensure that all of the plugs were in tight but it was still mostly deflated by morning.

On a sunny day, we pumped it up in the garden and carefully examined it whilst wiping it with a wet cloth and eventually we discovered a really tiny leak. Under a magnifying glass we could see that it had a raised edge like it had been snagged on something. We had not taken it anywhere where that could happen so we think that happened in manufacture. We repaired that and left it 24 hours. Then pumped it up again and placed a weight on it - by morning it was still largely flat.

We now think that the leak is underneath the flock top covering because that's the only place where we cannot examine it. So it's for the bin and we will buy a better one, and this time without a flock top.
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