Intex Classic Downy Queen Airbed

Take the Intex classic downy queen airbed to camping or use it for guests.

Wave beam construction for added comfort. Plush flocking adds comfort and keeps sheets and bedding in place. Easy to clean and waterproof, our best selling and most versitle bed.

Intex Classic Downy Airbed

Intex Classic Downy Queen AirbedWith plush flocking on the top, the queen-sized Classic Downy airbed from Intex provides a softer sleeping surface that also helps keep bedding from slipping off the mattress. Crafted with durable heavy gauge vinyl, the cozy flocked top cleans easily and is waterproofed for camping use. The quality-tested bed is constructed with a 20.8-gauge waterproof flocked top, along with 14-gauge vinyl beams, and 15-gauge sides and bottom. With a 2-in-1 valve with an extra wide opening, inflation or deflation is quick and easy.

The Classic Downy bed is raised 8.75 inches from the floor, and at 60 by 8.75 by 80 inches (WxHxD) is an official Queen-sized mattress–ensuring a tight fit for fitted sheets. The Classic Downy bed has a 600-pound weight capacity. It folds compactly for storage. Spot clean with mild soap and water.

Product Features

  • Location, temperature, and humidity will affect the airbed’s firmness. Airbeds will need to be occasionally re-inflated (topped off) to maintain desired firmness when used for more than a few days as vinyl tends to relax over time.
  • Measurements will vary based on customer’s inflation. Airbeds are measured from the widest point including the beams (bulges) on the side and off the tallest point from the floor including built-in pillows if applicable.
  • Inflatable queen-sized airbed for indoor and outdoor use with hi-output manual hand pump
  • Cozy flocked top cleans easily and is waterproofed for camping use
  • Wave beam construction for a uniform sleeping surface
  • 2-in-1 valve with extra-wide opening for fast inflation/deflation
  • Measures 60 by 8.75 by 80 inches (WxHxD); 600-pound weight capacity

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3 Responsesso far.

  1. Beualhmae54 says:

    Sometimes you DON’T get what you paid for! 0

  2. JoeSchmoe says:

    Excellent Lifespan & Decent Comfort (for an air mattress) Being a poor college student, I’ve had more experience with low-to-moderately priced air mattresses in the past 5 years than most people have in a lifetime.Compared to other air mattress brands (including Coleman) that I’ve used continuously over the years in the “less than $50” category, Intex has proven to be excellent with regards to price and durability (including lifespan) but somewhat less comfortable due to the larger air chambers.Growing up in the 80’s with parents who loved camping (far more than I ever will), I always associated the brand Coleman with quality and durability, and I would have expected Coleman air mattresses to be the best. Times have definitely changed though, and it’s shocking that a company with a name like “Intex” could seriously have a better product than Coleman, which has almost become a national trademark and always regarded by my family as the “Cadillac” of camping gear.Pro’s1) Price: Definitely the cheapest…

  3. ToneytheTiger says:

    Short term use ONLY !! Well, I’ve had this airbed for 2 1/2 months (to replace a Coleman that only lasted a few months also – which was to replace a Coleman that had lasted for years – Coleman’s quality has apparently went WAY down).Anyway, about 2 weeks ago, in the middle of one of the vertical wave beams, one section became detached, and caused a ‘lump’ to appear. I thought “uh-oh, now I’ll have a leak” – but no, no leak. Within a couple days tho, more sections in that column detached, and soon the whole column was a BIG LUMP. Well, that made for an inconvenient sleep, cause it ‘forced’ me to one side of it during the night.Now, as of about 4 a.m. this morning, the bed went flat – so now there is hole somewhere.I went to Intex’s website, and they plainly state “No Warranty”.So, now I have a rectangular plastic pancake – but at least it’s a cheap pancake :)I may have to start a museum – I have 2 Colemans that are flat (the newest one popped a hole…