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Our Supreme Air-Flow Airbeds is engineered with Fiber-Tech Technology to provide the ultimate in comfort with the look and feel of a real high end bed. A network of interconnected air pockets on the top and sides of the bed cause the air to flow smoothly and gradually across the sleeping surface for unbelievable comfort and stability. Double layered construction allows for standard fitted sheets to tuck in easily. For added convenience the powerful internal pump easily inflates and deflates the airbed within 4 minutes. Weight capacity is 300 pounds. WARNING: Never place an infant 15 months and young to sleep on an inflatable mattress. When used by children over 15 months old provide at least a shoulder width space between other objects to avoid entrapment.

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