My partner and I have recently had to move back to my parents’ house whilst we look for a bigger place to rent. We had decided to move back for a couple of months, rather than stay in the house we were renting, so that we could save up a little bit of money for our deposit. My parents have quite a big house, so there was a lovely spacious spare room for us to stay in, however there was no bed! Rather than manage on the sofas, we thought we would look into buying an air bed, as we knew we would use it again, at some point in the future. My partner has quite a bad back, so we had to make sure that we bought one that was going to provide enough support and be comfortable for him.
After browsing numerous websites, we came across the Eazy Bed. It stood out amongst the rest of the air beds, as it came with a metal frame, meaning you didn’t have to sleep with just the mattress on the floor. The delivery was so quick and we were so impressed at how compact it was! The Eazy Bed definitely lived up to being ‘easy’ to inflate. I simply had to pull it out of its carrier case, plug in the adapter and switch it to ‘inflate’ and watch while the product did all of the work itself. There was no need for me to wear myself out hand pumping the bed. All I had to do was click the metal frame into place.
We were amazed at just how comfortable the Eazy Bed was to sleep on. It wasn’t like sleeping on an air bed at all. Normally I find that they can be quite squeaky or that you are bounced around a bit, if one person decides to turn over, however there were no such problems with the Eazy Bed. Deflating the best was just as easy as it was to inflate. You simply have to flick the switch to ‘deflate’ and it will suck out all of the air itself. The Eazy Bed is so practical and easy to put up, that we pack it away into its case each night, so that we have more space during the day.
We are hoping to move into our new house in a month and will definitely be taking our Eazy Bed with us, so guests can use it, when they come to stay over.