Regatta Flocked Single Airbed Reviews
Product Type: Regatta Camping
Description:Brand: Regatta / Type: Air mattress
Newest Review: ... ground is not so forgiving these days, so a little more comfort was needed. The kids really enjoyed the experience in the ... more
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Customer Regatta Flocked Single Airbed Reviews (7)
by - written on 03/04/11 (Very useful, 109 readings)
Having recently reviewed the battery powered pump I bought from Argos to use on an airbed I figured after 5 nights in a row on said airbed and another 5 ahead of me I'm probably in a position to comment on the success of my buy. This single airbed is currently on offer at Argos for £9.99, the usual price is £14.99. There is also an offer on a battery powered pump, £5 at the time of writing instead of the normal £9.99. So buying both together is a good deal, which is what I did. Years ago when I moved into the house I live in now with my then partner we ordered a bed and it took weeks to arrive, in the meantime we slept on a double airbed which was awful, it ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/09/11 (Very useful, 97 readings)
I have to admit not to being much of a camper, though I have been a few times. All the camping equipment I buy is generally for other uses - this airbed being no exception! I purchased the Regatta Flocked Air Bed in a single size for my mum when she comes to stay and help care for my newborn. As our spare bedroom is now a nursery we can't accommodate a permanent spare guest bed so an inflatable option is ideal. I went for the Regatta as it seemed a bit more well made than the very cheap versions and this is a flocked finish so I thought it would be warmer, softer and the sheets stay on it better. I paid £14.99 for the airbed alone from Argos, you ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/07/11 (Very useful, 160 readings)
A few weeks ago I (unwillingly) went camping for the weekend... and surprisingly I didn't hate every single minute of it either! The main reason for this is because I insisted on taking as many home comforts with me as possible into the wilderness which resulted in a whole case load of clothes (to prepare for every eventuality, it is England after all) and several other additional boxes containing things I'd rather hurriedly purchased prior to the trip. One of the first things I bought was a mattress... the thought of having to sleep on the ground filled me with fear so I some time hunting on the internet before buying the Regatta Flocked Single Airbed (my boyfriend ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/04/11 (Very useful, 120 readings)
I was in need of an extra bed for my daughter's friend to sleep over, our previous airbeds now letting in air around the plugs so had a look on the Argos website. The Regatta flocked airbed cost £15 and it seemed like a decent buy so I reserved it and went and picked it up. The airbed needs a pump to blow it up, I have a foot pump and it only takes a couple of minutes. There is only one hole used for both inflating and deflating the bed and this has a heavy duty screw on plastic cap. The weakness in my old air beds was due to the fact that there was stoppers holding the air in and over time there was slight shrinkage of the rubber around the stoppers and this ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/01/13 (Very useful, 158 readings)
I am not a camper. The thought of pitching up a tent in the great outdoors is actually way up there for me with caravan holidays and a definite no no! Each to their own of course but a holiday for me is to be somewhere with alot of comfort and better than being in my home! However in the past few months I have got through a lot of airbeds. The reason for this is that I own bed in my flat but my parents comes and sleep in it when they visit me and having new sofas I didn't want to sleep on them so buying an airbed was a nessity for me. However like I say I have owned a few of them ranging from a cheap fiver one from Argos to one that cost almost ... Read the complete review
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