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Inflatable air beds for camping.

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The Robens Primavapour 40 is an incredibly small and lightweight camping mat that performs really well.
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Value for Money
8.5
Practicality
9.5
PROS:
  • Packs down small
  • Lightweight
  • Comfortable for a small mat
  • Insulated
CONS:
  • A bit pricey, but that's what you expect for a high-end lightweight mat.
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The Outwell Starland is a sleep system and a very comfortable one at that.
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£86.99
Quality
10
Value for Money
7.5
PROS:
  • Comfortable
  • Insulated Top
  • Anti-slip Bottom
  • Quick to inflate and deflate
CONS:
  • A little pricey for an airbed.
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An all-in-one sleeping bag and mattress.
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£15.00
Comfort
8.5
Practicality (for Camping)
6
Practicality (for Sleep Overs/Extra Travel Bed)
9
Value for Money
6.5
Quality
8.5
PROS:
  • Keeps everything in one place.
  • Fairly comfortable.
  • Sturdy and appears well made.
  • Ideal for sleep-overs.
CONS:
  • Bulky when rolled up.
  • You will still need to insulate underneath unless camping only on warm summer nights.
  • Relatively expensive.
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These extra large raised airbeds look more like a bed at home. But are they any good? We test out the Coleman Comfort Raised Double.
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£93.95
If you like camping with airbeds, getting the extra height that the Coleman Comfort provides will make your tent feel a little more homely than having to sleep down on the floor.
Value for Money
7.5
Quality
10
Comfort
9
PROS:
  • The Coleman Comfort Raised Double will feel more like a home bed. We also found that there was less bouncing than smaller air beds.
CONS:
  • If you are pumping by hand, be prepared for a lot of work, as this bed holds a lot of air. Invest in an electric pump to make things easier.
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Want to make your bed in the tent more like home? Then check out the Vango AirHead inflatable mattress.
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£10.50
We really like the Vango Airhead. If you have space in your tent and you like airbeds, then the Airhead could be for you.
Value for Money
9
Quality
10
Family Friendly
5.5
PROS:
  • The Vango Airhead is a big airbed and the inflatable headboard works well for sitting up in bed at the campsite.
CONS:
  • Being big is also a bad point. You'll need to have space in your tent's bedroom.
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The Kampa Airlock Junior Airbed is a great design for small children. We really recommend this for camping with small children (and have one ourselves).
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Value for Money
10
Family Friendly
10
Quality
9
PROS:
  • Prevents your child rolling off their sleeping mat and onto the cold tent floor
CONS:
  • It requires more width than a single mattress, so you'll need space in your tent for it.
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The Campingaz QuickBed is a more affordable air mattress for camping. But being cheaper than others, does that mean it's no good? Read on to find out.
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Value for Money
10
Quality
8
PROS:
  • Reliable. We bought 4 of them.
  • Affordable.
CONS:
  • Only that it's an air bed, with the limitations that these type of mattresses bring.
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