Intex Pull-out Sofa Inflatable Bed, 76″ X 87″ X 26″, Queen

August 23, 2017 - Comment

Built for versatility, the Intex Pull-Out Sofa is designed for relaxing just about anywhere, whether you are camping or at home. Watch TV, read a book, or just relax with a friend and then pull out the cushion into a queen size air mattress when you are ready to go to sleep. Inflates and is

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Built for versatility, the Intex Pull-Out Sofa is designed for relaxing just about anywhere, whether you are camping or at home. Watch TV, read a book, or just relax with a friend and then pull out the cushion into a queen size air mattress when you are ready to go to sleep. Inflates and is ready to go in minutes! The Pull-Out sofa is constructed with high quality vinyl and engineered to seat or sleep two people. It also features two quick inflation and deflation valves for maximum convenience. Does not include a pump.

Product Features

  • Location, temperature, and humidity will affect the firmness of the airbed. 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 the way in which the customer inflates the airbed. 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.
  • 2 quick inflation and deflation valves.comfortable backrest and armrest.
  • Will seat and sleep two people folds compactly for storage.

Comments

Toby Garcia says:

The Throne of Poseidon EDIT – 8/12/14 – Pictures from the beach are up. The couch held up the entire time and I only had to add air (small amount by mouth) once to the bottom cavity. A 5-star couch considering my purposes 

Colleen says:

Comfy and Durable We bought this couch for camping and LOVE it! It’s very durable and comfortable.

Reshaud DuBose says:

Defective I’ve bought this twice and for some reason the main part won’t hold air in! I checked for homes and I don’t see any but for some reason it continues to get flat as if air is let out. I feel like it may be defective

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