When we need to get a good night's sleep and hit the trail early, the KingCamp Sleeping Pad is the first thing we throw in the car for our adventure. Double the warmth of non-insulated air mattresses without inflating the price, making it perfect for recreational users and campers who are looking for a balance of weight, packability, and comfort.
Larger, Thicker But Lightweight :
- Dimensions: 79in. x 55.5in. x 5.9in., Weighs only 5.4lbs
- Suitable for two adults (Note: Not a self-inflating pad)
Experience Excellent Support:
- Features 192 stabilizer columns, supports up to 550LB
- Adjust the firmness to your liking
- Equipped with two valves for easy inflation and deflation
- The included mattress bag doubles as a handy sack
- Crafted from lightweight, waterproof, and durable material
- Enjoy a comfortable night's sleep, even in outdoor settings.
|Sleeping Pad Type
|Sleeping Pad Shape
|Carry Bag Material
|141¡Á201¡Á15 cm/55.5¡Á79¡Á5.9 inches
|40¡Á18¡Á18 cm/15.7¡Á7.1¡Á7.1 inches
|Bite Valve Shut-off Switch
I am using this air mattress on a cot as my bed for a short time. It will become my spare bed. It is comfortable and easy to set up. It fills up with air on its own and requires 10-20 breaths to get the desired firmness. I really like the air valve that does not allow air to come back out when you are trying to fill it up. The fabric is nice and comfortable. The carrying case is good quality.
Works like described. Don't need to inflate. just open the valves and wait five minutes. Don't over inflate cause it will be too hard. We love it!
So far this is the best sleeping pad I have purchased! Its exactly what I was looking for in thickness and comfort for on top my cot. Will be buying a second one for sure!
This is one of my favorite things. I am a plus size woman and my husband and I got it 100 full of air after a few puffs in the vent. It was very firm, no back pain while camping. We did use another cushion under it but still, this was the star! Easy packing, easy carry!
I have used this twice now, for a total of 7 nights of sleep. 2 nights were in a tent out in the woods, and 5 nights were on the floor of a living room. I am a 6'2'', 240lb male and bought this to replace a queen size air mattress for camping. While camping, nights got into the low 40s Fahrenheit and I stayed warm. I felt no rocks under the mattress. Since it was my first use, I aired it to its maximum recommended PSI and found that the mattress was actually too firm, causing my ribs and arm to fall asleep in the night. But this was easily fixed by letting a little air out (while laying on it) to get it to comfort level, and I had no issues after. While in the living room, it has been suppportive, and mostly comfortable but not quite a bed. The self-inflation is dubious and almost always needs a little more pressure added. DO NOT USE YOUR MOUTH to inflate, it will introduce humidity/spit/bacteria inside the mattress.
This is, by far, the best inflatable mattress I have ever used. If it were able to self-inflate to a comfortable pressure, I would give 5 stars. I highly recommend this.