The SoundAsleep brand prides itself in putting quality and customer comfort above everything else, and their Dream Series Air Mattress certainly lives up to that standard. Featuring their patented ComfortCoil Technology that utilizes 40 air coils, it provides exceptionally good comfort and support. ComfortCoil also ensures that the air bed remains inflated and firm throughout the night as you rest after a hard camping day. To make things even better, this air mattress is made in ‘double height’ form factor to ensure it is easy to get in and out of, which is pretty uncommon in the market. As far as durability is concerned, this air mattress has a waterproof, extra thick flocked top that adds to its comfort, besides making it durable. The material it is made from is multilayer and puncture resistant. The high capacity pump which comes with this air mattress is extremely convenient, in that you don’t have to lug around an extra piece of hardware as you go camping. It’s pump inflates the mattress in just four minutes. To make things even easier for you, this mattress comes with its own carry bag, and is available in multiple sizes. As per consumer reviews, this is one of the most popular camping air mattresses around at the moment, with only minor complaints about pump noise, initial PVC stretching and non-compatibility with standard sheets.
Camping has gained a lot of popularity over the past few decades as urbanization has grown, but our comfort accustomed bodies require some concessions to enjoy it fully – camping air mattresses are one of them.
Camping air mattresses ensure that you are well rested throughout your journey, so you’re able to trek and explore to your fullest while you’re up – after all, camping is all about getting close to nature, and you won’t be able to do that well with a sore back! While this page is geared towards camping air beds, you’ll find for every day use here.
From the above description of what a mattress has, you can probably imagine what the opposite end of the spectrum looks like. Heavy, bulky, difficult, un-insulated, etc. causing one to consider whether conditions and activities are appropriate for bringing the car camping mattress. And the reality is you only want one mattress, so you don't want to think, "Maybe I can't use it this time." The least versatile car camping mattresses, compared to all the others that we tested, were the trio of air beds, in part because they absolutely depended on their various methods of battery, mechanical, or electrical inflation systems. We can't imagine having to blow one of those babies up with our lungs alone. Their total lack of insulation was also a large part of this assessment. Overall, we weighted versatility as 10 percent of a product's final score — a nice boost for those products with extra advantages, but not too punishing for those without.