Bought this at a great price from Sears. The inner coils and the soft fabric sleeping surface makes it comfortable. Since this comes without an air pump, I bought one from Kmart. Need to refill it once every 4-5 days.
First off, this mattress needs a pump to inflate that is sold separately (an extra $20). Box does not say it does. Secondly, I slept on this one night, and the next night it started deflating on me slowly and was very flat by the next morning. It already had begun to leak. I weigh 180 lbs. If I was too heavy, the box should indicate it had a weight limit. Would not suggest. This is a Kmart brand, so I didn't expect much, but I did not expect it to tear up so quickly.
I've had airbeds, of various sizes and brands, for many years. So far, I have not found one better than a Northwest Territory single. Larger airbeds tend to be unstable. Other brands simply are not as comfortable, and in some cases don't last as long. Each Northwest Territory has lasted for several years. I can't think of a cheaper way to have a good, lightweight (no heavy lifting) mattress. I converted my husband as well. We use two on our king-size bed.