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Disappointed first time with Aldi purchase
Used infrequently in-house. It has a now slow leak and deflates overnight used (realized after 3rd use)Went to Aldi for return with same box packing & receipt in less than 7_8 months but they refused. They mentioned that not every item comes with 1 year warranty. Next time check box packing for warranty for particular product.
This item is not day to day use so no one can go immediately after purchase. Very disappointed and hope Aldi will issue a refund for us.
Purchased in September 2019 at ALDI for $49.99.
Don’t buy this product
First time I used this for a guest it deflated on them. I thought maybe they didn’t inflate it properly, however it also deflated the second time I used it.
Purchased in March 2018 at ALDI.
Air mattress very comfy the best just awesome
Aldi great buy --fabulous so comfortable the one with the velvet top intex queen air mattress -- beyond fabulous do not put tight against the wall can scrape and put a hole and no pets on it nails can puncture ----easy inflate one switch and deflates so easy when not in use to the best beyond soooo comfy
Purchased in December 2019 at ALDI for $39.99.
Only lasted 4 or 5 uses now deflates
Only used infrequently when camping and only about 4 to 5 times in total. Now has a slow leak and deflates overnight. Very disappointed and hope Aldi will issue a refund for us.
FOOTNOTE: Yes Aldi did issue a refund.
Purchased at ALDI for $50.00.
Queen air bed so good
Bought one in 2012 or 2013. Slept on it for 6 weeks in 2013. It has been used regularly over the years. Most recently for our young niece and her well built husband, probably about 250kgs all up. Very happy with the Aldi queen size air mattress after nearly 7 years of casual use. Would definitely buy another Aldi mattress if required.
Purchased in April 2013 at ALDI for $50.00.
Bought despite reading all the reviews. Have been using it everyday for almost a year now and its still going strong. Topped up air twice only. I had back pain thus going on air mattress and I am not complaining. Its still working perfectly.
Purchased in November 2018 at ALDI for $59.00.
Used once but ended up with a sore neck- the pillow end is annoying- would be better if it was just a flat mattress! It stayed inflated all night long.
Purchased in January 2019 for $49.00.
Used three times and now end up on floor and have to blow up again three times during night. No wonder they were cheap. Would not recommend to anyone. You end up with a bad neck and back..an offer of refund would be appreciated.
Woke up on the floor...save your money sleep on the floor
Got one lasted 2 weeks started leaking around the pump took it back got another leaked around the pump that night took it back next day got my money back, that's enough, too bad because it was nice.
Great while it lasted, but didn’t last long!
This air bed has a self inflating pump which works really quickly and is very convenient. Guest said it was comfortable to sleep on and it was great for just under a year... until... it then started to deflate overnight, making it now not suitable for adults guests. I called their customer support and they were excellent and will be issuing a refund.
Always deflates... total waste of money
Purchased this along with a friend 3 months ago, both our mattresses have never stayed up for an entire night...it’s been used 3 times. There is no visible sign of a leak, it seems to be coming from around where the “engine” attaches to the plastic. The price was comparable with kogan and target. I would suggest buying their product in stead. I will be taking it back to ALDI but without a receipt I don’t like my chances!
Why does Aldi sell defective products?
I bought the Intex Mattress from Aldi because it was at a reasonable price (I should on known better in hindsight) and used it over the Xmas period for my 2 guests (who are small people) with a larger than the mattress carpet under the mattress to protect it from any damage, However to my astonishment that night it deflated noticeably, so in the morning I inflated the mattress to touch but in a short amount of time with no one on the mattress except pillows and sheets the mattress deflated again. This happened for the 3 days my guest where ther...e. I spent hours looking all over the mattress for any signs of punctures or damage and found nothing to indicate a puncture or leakage from the value section. I would suggest No one buy this type of product as I have seen no reasonable recourse by Aldi or the manufacturer for service or monies back.
Worked fine for 2 years
We bought this for our kids sleep overs,it was used a total of 5 times and then the seams on the top separated and it become a huge bubble that could not be used,I contacted the customer service on the box and within 2 weeks they replaced it with a new one,cant complain about that.. They did mention the separating seams was the most common fault for that product.
Had it for years and still going strong!
Bought two queen size from Aldi 4 years ago and they are still going strong! No issues, just need to top up the air every evening when guests stayed for a few days, but legitimately it is the best air mattress! My sister just visited for a couple nights and then went to an air bnb and said this air mattress was way more comfortable. Its nice and high and deflated easily by using the attached electric pump in reverse and manually folding bed to push out remaining air. also because of its height you definitely don’t end up on the floor in the middle of the night like those thinner traditional ones! Great buy and great value for the number of repeated uses over the year :) all my guests love it.
Reading the other reviews, I must have lucked out. I've been using it for 11 months, with minimal issues. I have had one hole, but I've also got several cats, so that wasn't unexpected. Traditional puncture repair kits were utterly useless, but a lump of blu-tac and some 1000 mile tape have sorted that out.
I do need to put a bit more air in every few days, but not loads.
It's legit the most comfortable thing I've slept on.
Waste of money
Like everyone else's comments, bed deflates through the night, have to keep turning the pump on to inflate it. Don't know why it keeps deflating, into the bin it goes.
Hole-y a waste of money
I unpacked it for the first time last week for a guest and there were three gaping holes in the side! Manufacturers fault. I patched the holes, however ended up having to share my bed with guest who was hard on the floor by midnight. Very disappointed!!! It was reduced for sale at Aldi but i did not know it was faulty!!!
Good to start with, now deflates quite rapidly
Had a few very good nights on this queen mattress, but now it deflates. Had to pump it up several times in the night. Always used on carpet. Can't find any obvious holes. Not too sure of the purchase date as it has been stored for a while in its bag.
Waste of money
Being satisfied with a range of other Aldi products, l bought two of these, a queen size and a single. Both failed completely, the queen in about 5 months and the single in less than two months, despite being on soft surface and no sharp objects in bed covers, etc.
Waste of money
This bed was bought in April and has been perfect until the last 2 days, when despite the bed not moving location it now keeps deflating. I can see no obvious hole so unable to affect a repair
Questions & Answers
How do you deflate the damn thing - there is no inner valve as stated in the instructions
How long should it take to inflate the mattress?
|Category||Air Mattresses||Air Mattresses||Air Mattresses||Air Mattresses|
|Manufacturer Warranty||2 year(s)||1 year(s)||1 year(s)|
|Release date||Mar 2016||Dec 2017||Oct 2018||Dec 2016|
|Discontinuation date||Apr 2020||Dec 2019||Sept 2019||Apr 2019|
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