Modern Air Beds - Built for Convenience and Comfort
Air beds usually receive a bad rap when it comes to usability and comfort. Through the years air bed manufacturers have made significant improvements in material and comfort. They have realized that air beds are being used for more than just a spare bed in a guest room. They are being used more outside of the home as well. In the past, it wasn't uncommon for air beds to be made of poor quality material such as thin plastic or vinyl. Throughout the night, these types of beds would eventually lose most of their air pressure, not to mention how uncomfortable sleeping on a plastic or vinyl top could be.
Even bed sheets couldn't help ease the discomfort. Today, air bed manufacturers are building air beds with quality material which prevent air loss throughout the night. Many beds now come with firmness control allowing you to adjust the firmness of your air bed right from a remote control. These beds can tolerate much more weight than in the past while being comfortable at the same time. The tops of the beds have also received a makeover boasting soft materials that don't require bed sheets unless you want to.
Modern air beds also come in a variety of styles and sizes. You can find ones that have back rests or are raised. Sizes include twin, full, queen and king. Air beds are no longer only used as a spare bed for a guest room, but are being utilized even more on camping trips or in RV's. Their portability and convenience means you can have a good night's sleep on any family outing or vacation. If you are in the market for a good air bed, you will be surprised at some of the features that are available. Air beds have come quite a long way from their counterparts of the past.