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Air Bed with Built-In Foot Pump - Double.

Easy to inflate flocked airbed with built-in foot pump. Built-in foot pump.Size W137, L191, H22cm.Suitable for everyday use.Weight 3kg.
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how long does it take to inflate fully?
Age: 45 to 54
Gender: Female
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zvenhamo
Location: m16
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Took me - active 67yr old female about 30mins. Had to keep topping it up but eventually got there. Good mattress and very comfy so the grandkids tell me. Still struggling to deflate it tho. Watched the video on line which was a great help cos instructions didn't tell you to put plug in till final stage!! Also it didn't show how to deflate**!!**!!** All in all very good value for money but still not deflated after nearly 1 hour
Age: 65 or over
Gender: Female
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garmmy
Location: HYDE
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Hi, thank you for your question.

I have looked into this and I am sorry I can guarantee an exact time this will take to inflate as will depend on the person doing this as it has a built in foot pump to inflate it. The quicker it is pumped the quicker it will inflate. The air bed is described as being quick and easy to inflate.

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Argos Helpers
Location: Acton Gate
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Four minutes
Age: 25 to 34
Gender: Male
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Andy
Location: Kent
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Can you order a white plug that goes into the foot pump to stop air getting out?
Age: 18 to 24
Gender: Female
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Blackrose
Location: ls27
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Sorry but im not sure as i've never tried, the cap came with the air bed when I bought it so I would think not.
Age: 18 to 24
Gender: Female
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Hannah
Location: Norwich
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The Air Bed comes with all the plugs you need if you have lost it you may be able to get a replacement direct from the manufacturer
Age: 25 to 34
Gender: Male
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Andy
Location: Kent
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Does this air bed have an adptor so it can be blowed up using a car lighter
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Ali G
Location: Shropshire
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yeah it does
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anthony
Location: wigan
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TROUBLE DEFLATING
I have removed all the caps etc (which one would do if they chose to deflate the bed) however it has been 4 days and only half the bed is deflated! any alternatives?
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lauzjayc
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Fold or roll the bed, from one end, as you are deflating it. This will force some air out. We used it fir T in the Park and it deflated in time to make a quick getaway from the traffic!!!!
Age: 35 to 44
Gender: Female
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Kirstie
Location: Wolverhampton
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How do you inflate the bed?
Did as instructions said and that doesn't make sense as the valve will be facing the floor. Tried other way up - ie ignored first set of instructions. Airbed does not inflate no matter what we do.
Age: 25 to 34
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Hils
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Thank you for your question.

Please have a look at the video here: http://bit.ly/sxptKi at about 1 minute 30 seconds it shows how to inflate this air bed.

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Argos_helper_57
Location: Acton Gate
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Can this airbed withstand a combined weight of thirty two stone?
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The fattys
Location: South Wales
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No Way !!!
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Jayne
Location: Sheffield
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does it comes in pump
how does the pump work do i need to buy pump ?
Age: 45 to 54
Gender: Male
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africa
Location: london
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Hi, thank you for your question.

I have checked the specifications and the air bed has a built in foot pump so you will not need to buy a pump. The instructions will indicate where the pump is and you will pump up the air by manual pressing the pump with your foot.

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Argos Helpers
Location: Acton Gate
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how do yo deflate this bed
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kaype
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Hi, thank you for your question.

Having looked into your query, I can confirm that to deflate the Air Bed with Built-In Foot Pump - Double, you would be required to unscrew the valve cap which is located at the end of the bed. In doing so, the air contained in the bed will escape, therefore deflating the product. Further details of this are available to view in the product instructions.

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Argos Helper 39
Location: Acton Gate
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Cannot deflate!
I don't know why, but in the beginning it started deflating and then stopped. I read the answer from another user, but not helpful for me.
Age: 25 to 34
Gender: Male
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van gel
Location: new malden
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Hi, thank you for your question.

Having looked into your query, I can confirm that to deflate the Air Bed with Built-In Foot Pump - Double, you would be required to unscrew the valve cap which is located at the end of the bed. In doing so, the air contained in the bed will escape, therefore deflating the product. Further details of this are available to view in the product instructions.

This information is provided from our manufacturers on how to deflate the air bed.

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ARGOSHELPERS53
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inflating
can you use an electric pump to inflate the mattress
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Lacey
Location: Norfolk
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Hi, thank you for your question.

I have checked this for you and due to the built in foot pump the Air Bed with Built-In Foot Pump cannot be used with an electric pump as it does not have the correct connections.

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argoshelpers36
Location: acton gate
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