Air beds use an adjustable air chamber as the support system. Unlike the type of air mattresses used for camping, the air chamber of a residential air bed is covered by padding or upholstery materials, which can include various foams and fiber. Air beds allow you to adjust the firmness, and usually allow each side of the bed to be controlled separately in order to meet the individual and changing needs of couples. Air beds are designed to look like a conventional bed.
The quality of your night’s sleep can affect the whole of your camping holiday, so whether you’re in a tent with your family on a holiday or you’re trying to get a few hours’ shut-eye at a festival this summer; make sure that you’ve got a good quality airbed to sleep on. Of course single and double airbeds can also be used as emergency mattresses when you have friends or family over to stay, and only require an electricity supply to inflate them in a matter of seconds.