User Review: Ozark Trail Air Mattress Velour Top
So because I HATE packing I have used airbeds for the last two years. I know I should have just bought a bed lol. I moved every time my lease was up in the past three years and it's easier to pack an air mattress then breaking down a bed and transporting mattresses.
I owned an Ozark and like some of the previous posters mine lasted a month or two max and then began to slowly leak. I originally started off with Coleman's but switched to Ozark after using, seeing and witnessing the lasting power of the Ozark.
My ex boyfriend owned one until he purchased his new bed. No matter what I did I couldnt get it to bust. I mean I fell asleep with keys on the bed, jumped on it, bounced on it and nothing.
On top of that he never reaired the bed from the day he bought it. This drove me crazy. Everytime I bought one it would leak. He had the same Ozark for a year.....he said the key was the amount of air you put in....made no sense to me.
So I can imagine taking one of these beds in nature. I can guarantee you they don't make a bed tough enough to have outside, pump, repump, let alone transport.