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Ozark Trail Twin Air Mattress

rated 1.0 of 5 stars
photo: Ozark Trail Twin Air Mattress air-filled sleeping pad

Model P3134 Ozark Trail Twin Air Mattress.
Bought this mattress at Walmart for about $30. Unboxed it and followed instructions. About two hours later almost all the air was gone.

Filled it up again and went to sleep. Woke up next morning on the floor… air all gone. Did this for three days with the same results.

Took it back to Walmart but could not get a refund… only option was to exchange for same item. I took the second one home and got the same results.
Poor quality, bad customer experience. Walmart needs to pull item off the market.

I would definitely not recommend this item even to my worst enemy. A total waste of time and money. I’m definitely taking my business elsewhere. Never again.

Pros

  • There are absolutely zero pros.

Cons

  • Air mattress WILL NOT hold air. Not worth buying.

Very disappointed in both Ozark Trail and Walmart.   I tried two Ozark Trail Model P3134 twin size mattresses and both failed immediately.  I returned the first mattress three days after purchase because it would not hold air more than three or four hours.

I took it back to Walmart for a refund but was told I could not get a refund but I could exchange it for the same item. Walmart employee was very rude.

I did take the only option I had and exchanged the one I bought for an identical item.

I had the same experience with the second one… it would go flat in three to four hours. It did lose cushion to stretching, it went completely flat.

I would definitely not recommend this mattress to anyone. 

Background

I’ve used air mattresses for camping for over thirty years. I’ve never had one fail like this brand (two of them within a week). And Walmart employees are very rude when it come to customer service regarding air mattresses.

Source: bought it new
Price Paid: $28.95 plus tax

Used twice and wouldn't hold air the second time. Couldn't find any leaks. Waste of money!

Pros

  • fast inflation

Cons

  • Won't hold air with no obvious leaks.

I need a bed for now and got this one and it refuses to hold the needed air to sleep on for more than 4 hours. I cannot hear a leak or find a hole. The bed said it came with a patch kit, but it didn't, so even if I found a leak there is no patch to fix it. I DO NOT recommend this product as now I have to go buy yet another bed.

Background

Second use the bed refused to keep air more than about 4 hours. No audible leak heard and couldn't find a hole.

Source: bought it new
Price Paid: $43.43

I purchased an Ozark Trail twin blowup mattress for $52 at Walmart. My granddaughter slept on it twice and it stopped holding air. What a waste of money!

Pros

  • Easy to inflate

Cons

  • Not worth the money. Deflated during night. I have gone over it looking for where the air may be coming out and can’t find anything.

Not worth the money. Used twice and started losing air during the night.

Background

Used it when my granddaughter spent the night. Used twice and started losing air during the night

Source: bought it new
Price Paid: $52

Ozark Trail twin air mattress doesn’t hold air and Walmart won't give a refund because we opened the box. No way to put air in mattress unless you open box.

Pros

  • Small

Cons

  • Junk

Background

Twin air mattress Ozark Trail doesn’t hold air and Walmart want give a refund because we opened the box. No way to put air in mattress unless you open box.

Source: bought it new
Price Paid: $49

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