An air mattress is a practical swimming gadget to glide on the water. It is easy to transport and space-saving, so it should not be missing from your swimming trip.
We have summarized what you need to look for when buying an air mattress in a checklist . After comparing different air mattresses for swimming, we have summarized a selection of different products in our product recommendations.
- Air mattresses can be used on the beach and for relaxation.
- Another option is to glide on the water with the air mattress.
- Can also be converted into a sleeping mattress , but is not so comfortable (for example, for guests, travel, camping).
- Depending on the design, air mattresses for swimming are between 160 and 210 cm long and between 70 and 100 cm wide. Some children’s air mattresses are smaller.
- A special shaping at the head end provides additional comfort for some air mattresses.
- Especially new air mattresses often have holders for drinks, music boxes or other items.
- In addition to air mattresses for lying on, there are also air mattresses that are designed only for additional equipment. For example, at a pool party, all drinks stay dry.
- As a rule, plastic is used for air mattresses for swimming. Care should be taken to use material free of harmful substances to protect the skin.
- When using in the water: supervision of children is mandatory, mattresses do not replace life jackets!
Table of contents
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FAQ For Air Mattresses
The easiest way to get the air out of the air mattress is to push it out with your weight. To do this, you can lie down on the mattress, for example. Another way is to slowly and carefully roll up the mattress. However, you should always pay attention to the manufacturer’s instructions, the material and the type of mattress, so that nothing is damaged.
Sometimes the problem is not a hole, but the closure. This should be examined first. If everything is in order here, the search can begin. If you can’t see anything with the naked eye, you can inflate the air mattress as much as possible and then try to hear the escaping air or feel it with your hand. Again, the closure should be checked. If the mattress may be used in water, you can also submerge it (in places only, if necessary) and see if air bubbles form.
The air mattress should be inflated so strongly that you can still press into the air mattress with your hand, but it offers a lot of resistance. The air mattress is over inflated when it is no longer possible to press into it.
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