inflatable car mattress will make you never want to leave your car!.

We’ve all done it… Crashed in the car for a night or two. Whether you fell on hard times or passed out after some hard partying (maybe both simultaneously), you know how it feels to wake up with a sore neck, strained back, and drool all over the windows. Yeah, traditionally sleeping in a car has been plain awful, but thanks to these two inflatable mattresses, your car or truck might not be such a bad place to pass out after all.

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Amazon has a wide, wide variety of inflatable car mattress. FBSport makes a high-quality car mattress… and it comes with two pillows! Included in the price are the inflator/deflator pump, a repair kit for patching up small knicks, and a storage bag. Bonus… it’s super reasonably priced, too!

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The Fuloon only costs about $120 but can be inflated to create a nice, flat bed in the backseat of almost any car. The best part is the Fuloon’s versatility. Not only does it give you a bed, it gives you a sofa and a raft. The Fuloon inflates thanks to a 12-volt-powered pump.

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And there’s the Mobile Inflation Travel Thicker Back Seat Cushion Air Bed for SUVs for a cool $94:

Of course, if you have a pickup truck you already know you have an 8ft bed that never has to be made, (Thanks Joe Diffie) but that steel bed can get a little hard without just the right inflatable mattress to throw in there on your next trip.

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Look no further than AirBedz:

AirBedz, seen on ABC’s “SHARK TANK”, fits mid & full sized trucks in long & short bed layouts. The patented design comes with Heavy Duty Cloth Material for superior puncture resistance with cutouts on each side that allow the mattress to fit around & over the wheel wells, creating a sleep area that utilizes the entire truck bed. A Built In Rechargeable Pump inflates & deflates AirBedz at the flip of a switch. An integrated air coil system evenly distributes weight across a 12 inch thick mattress, providing a better night’s sleep to the outdoor enthusiast.

And to really make you want to sleep in the bed of your truck they’ve got all these pictures of everything from families enjoying the outdoors thanks to the air mattresses to lovers getting all cozy in a pickup truck bed.

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And of course there are pictures from their booth at the SEMA show in Vegas last fall… Sorry, the AirBedz mattress does not come with a random model to lay in the truck bed with you.

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8 COMMENTS

  1. A huge REDFLAG is when you DON’T use actual photos of the product in use and place photoshopped people on the product! The only actual photos of the product are the ones in the truck bed which, honestly, any air matress will do. Such a shame.

  2. We have one for the truck and no not any air mattress will do the job because of the tires in the truck bed. These are built to fit the space. And is a great investment for camping on your car. For truck there is also truck tent designs. We love it!

  3. Curling into a ball might be okay for a single night, but only a child or very short adult can sleep comfortably that way. But why would you need an air mattress? Most car seats are comfortable enough. I can’t believe that the extra foot or so in width would really allow two people to sleep comfortably.

    Now, putting the back seats down so that there is a flat bed is another story. However, consider that you’re on a road trip (this is on roadtrippers.com after all). Where are you going to put the stuff you were storing back there?

    I just don’t see how this is a cost-effective option. If driving a pick-up, a tent version might be nice, but again, where do you put the stuff that was in the back and why would you not just sleep in a tent on the ground?

    You might avoid paying for a tent site by sleeping in your car if you could solve that pesky problem of where to put your stuff while you’re sleeping (would it fit in the front seats?), but not if you’re sleeping in the back of a pick-up truck.

    • I travel this way all the time. I fold down the back seats and have a king sized memory foam mattress topper folded in half to about the size of a twin mattress (and approx. 6″ of padding) – it’s incredibly comfortable. I don’t typically bring a ton of stuff with me (average backpack of clothes, photography gear, some food, water), so when it’s time to sleep, all of the extras are put in the floorboards of the back seat area, front floorboards, and front seats… which is more than enough space for my stuff. I can’t really speak for people who bring a lot with them.

      This is a neat idea for car camping, but would be interested to know about it’s insulating properties – I often travel to/in colder weather. Inflatables fail in these areas at keeping you warm at night. Nothing is mentioned in the ad about this. I’m assuming it’s for fair weather sleeping.

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