King Koil Luxury Raised Air Mattress

Like King Kong, the King Koil Luxury Raised Air Mattress is tall, strong, and heavy. ? It lives up to its name in luxurious comfort and support. It supports multiple people (couples, a parent with two kids) without sinking. A 6’3”, 260-pound user on the twin size can spread out and sleep well. Picture this […]

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King Koil Luxury Raised Air Mattress

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Like King Kong, the King Koil Luxury Raised Air Mattress is tall, strong, and heavy. ? It lives up to its name in luxurious comfort and support. It supports multiple people (couples, a parent with two kids) without sinking. A 6'3”, 260-pound user on the twin size can spread out and sleep well.

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Others marvel that it’s so sturdy that a person can actually sit on the edge of the mattress without it collapsing. The King Koil Luxury Raised Air Mattress makes some feel like they’re sleeping on a real mattress.

Firm enough for people with back problems, this mattress promotes a restful night of sleep and an ache-less morning of waking. It’s endorsed by the International Chiropractors Association. At 20” tall, this high profile model makes getting into and out of easy.

Win some, lose some

The King Koil Luxury Raised Air Mattress has a raised pillow area and ridge border, which some people like while others don’t. The surrounding raised edges help prevent people from rolling off but also reduces the total flat sleeping surface area.

We read reports of very good air retention, with people sleeping on it

  • every night and pumping in 10 to 15 seconds of air every three weeks.
  • three nights straight and adding “a little more air” on the third night.
  • seven nights straight and adding “a little bit” of air after the fourth day.
  • over two weeks and never adding air.

The King Koil Luxury Raised Air Mattress does eventually leak, but slowly. ?

What does that mean?

One reviewer describes this experience: when fully inflated, the mattress stays firm for two to three hours before slowly beginning to deflate. As the mattress “goes down,” it stays comfortable enough to provide a good night of sleep without the occupant being woken up by hitting the floor.

The King Koil Luxury Raised Air Mattress receives mixed reviews about durability. It lasts a few months well, even with week-long nightly use. On the other hand, some users report leaking within a week or month and split seams within a few months.

Nonetheless

Owners highly praise the manufacturer for responsive, proactive customer service in quickly replacing defective mattresses under warranty.

The King Koil Luxury Raised Air Mattress inflates and deflates quickly with an internal pump, which is noisy to some. It reaches full inflation in under three (twin), four (queen) or five (California king) minutes. Side flocking helps keep a fitted sheet from sliding off. Users advise purchasing deep-pocketed fitted sheets. A grip bottom keeps the mattress from slipping on the floor.

Is this an illusion?

The one aspect many people dislike is the size. Although the queen size is advertised as 80” long when inflated, many owners state this isn’t true, but a few to several inches shorter.

Watch this detailed review by The Sleep Judge of the King Koil Luxury Raised Air Mattress.

Features

  • Dimensions: 76” x 38” x 20” (twin); 80” x 60” x 20” (queen); 84” x 72” x 20” (California king)
  • Maximum weight support: 300 pounds (twin); 600 (queen); 800 (California king)
  • Includes carrying bag
  • One-year guarantee

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