User Review: Ozark Trail Air Mattress Velour Top
Price Paid: forgot
My first Ozark inflatable pad was a single because I was on a cross country trek and it fit into my camping pack. Like others have shared, it lost air shortly after purchase and not wanting to be the "cry baby" a previous satisfied purchaser accuses some less satisfied of being, I didn't bother to try to return it. (actually, because I was on the move)
What I did was attach a hose extension which reached into my sleeping bag and reflated it by mouth two or three times a night. This beat getting out into the cold. When I would stay at a motel, I would check it for leaks in the tub and even in the pool. These air mattresses defy all scientific logic: No bubbles nor leaky intake valve! I did the liquid soap test too and never found escaping air, yet I found myself lying on rocky terrain 2 hours after retiring.
Recently I again purchased an Ozark twin to use in my apartment. For a few months it seemed to do well. However, once again I am facing the same frustrations: No detectable leaks but no comfortable night's sleep. ( But sir, I ain't a cry baby, I'll take my lumps since like many of you, I bit the bait again after getting hook before.)