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hawkeye-08

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Posted: 11/06/18 11:30am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

We bought our queen sleep number off craigslist for $300. It was basically new, couple had bought it and didn't like it, they stopped sleeping on it. For twins, if they are close enough to each other, I would be looking at used king sleep number. I have seen several on CL for less than $500.

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I've had a Klymit inflatable for 3 years now, it's been on a few dozen weekend trips and a few week long campouts. It's comfortable from 20 to 95 (or as comfortable as you can be at 95 with just a battery powered fan). Definitely much, much more durable than any of the other inflatables I've owned. Unfortunately it might not be great for a twin bed application as the one I have is 30" and the double wide is 48". Anyways if you want to check it out here the link Klymit Insulated Static V Luxe Sleeping Pad https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00UW7SQQG/


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Posted: 11/07/18 10:31am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

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For twins, if they are close enough to each other, I would be looking at used king sleep number.


Our RV has rear twin beds that are not next to each other, so they must be twin mattresses.

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If you want to be cold it is simple. Just sleep on an air mattress.

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If you're cold sleeping on an air mattress, you're doing it wrong. With a mattress pad and a cover sheet I find it quite comfortable. As any Boy Scout can tell you, the insulation under you is as important as the insulation on top of you.

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I am my 5'5 160 lb. Klymit Static V Lightweight Sleeping Pad works well for me. It felt strong enough that I blew it in 8 strong breaths. I am a side sleeper. I guess all my extra weight pushed my upper part of the air to my hips and provided more cushioning.

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Take a look at Air Dream. They are made for hide-a-beds. They have different sizes. I used one for several years on our hide-a-bed, it held up well, no leaks, inflates and deflates fast and very comfortable.


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We use this on our hide a bed. Guests say it's very nice. $156 on AMAZON, it has air chambers so you don't roll into the middle. Electric inflate/deflate.

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We've used all manner of air beds over the years. The Aero beds are nice but we also used the cheap $20 Intex air mattresses. Never cared for the sleep number system. . . just didn't like sleeping in a trough. After I had back surgery and got all fixed up, we bought a foam mattress that is absolutely wonderful. It is a Dynasty we bought from Amazon for about $275.

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the bear II wrote:

We've had good luck with Aerobeds. We've had 4 of them.

We have 3 from Queen down to twin size.

Our first one did develop a leak at the large valve used to dump the air.

The three we have now work fine.

https://www.coleman.com/aerobed/


x2 on the Aerobed. 3 years and no leaks.


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