Air mattresses are equipped with inflatable, adjustable chambers. One such air mattress, the Sleep Figure bed by Select Comfort, comes with two separate air chambers. A numbered remote dial controls each air chamber. The customer adjusts the mattress to the desired firmness — or softness — with the touch of a button. Since there are two chambers, each side of the bed can be controlled independently. This is epitome for partners with altered mattress preferences.
LoungAir is offering a altered air mattress that converts to a lounge, chair, or recliner. Another type of air mattress is the low-cost, foldable array. These inflatable mattresses are abundant for spare bedrooms, guest rooms, slumber parties, and even camping trips. Most of these air mattresses are simply put on the floor. These mattresses can be activate at bedding stores such as Linens N Things and Bed, Bath & Beyond. They can again be activate at department stores. At the age of this writing, WalMart was offering a two-position air mattress on a frame for $34. Some outdoor and camping supplies stores again sell air mattresses, as able-bodied as abounding online stores.
One company, however, created a added comfortable alternative to the on-the-floor air mattresses. The Raised AeroBed, by Aero Products International, Inc., is an inflatable bed that stands about two feet aerial. This type of air mattress can be inflated with a baby electric pump.
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Originall posted May 14, 2012