I looked at around 30 various models, read the reviews, and understood this was a bit of a risk. We have a fantastic one. I was lazy and used our battery-powered leaf blower to fill it with air. It is still inflated after more than ten days.
It is powerful. The children were quite rough with this. Also, an adult and a child watched two movies and it never became soft. I tried sleeping on it one night, but I became cold. If you do it, bring a blanket.
It's small and portable, making it ideal for on-the-go use. It only takes a few minutes to set up and can be completed by one person. It's simple to inflate and deflate, fold, and repack. It is both comfortable to lay on and lightweight to move.
It was a gift for my youngster to go camping and to the ball field with. It was a big hit, and it's been used a lot since then. It's easy to transport!
I really like the color. It is my all-time favorite color. I failed the first time but succeeded the second time. You must ensure that air enters both ends. It appears to be a single large loop tunnel. It was perplexing at first, but I figured it out. You can wait for some wind to help you labor less. Make an effort to run straight. I found that going around in circles did not work for me. When you've gotten enough air, seal both ends and roll it up until it's tight, then connect the harness/belt. It contains little compartments for phones, tablets, and so forth. Take advantage of the outdoors.
I spent a half-weekend at a music festival cuddled up in this thing, and it was incredible. Too much head bashing on Friday wrecked my neck, so I spent the entire day Saturday resting, and this item is one of the best investments I've ever bought. It appears to be far more difficult to fill with air than it actually is (hilariously so). I like that you can basically fill it as much as you want, so it can be full length to lie down on or you can make it shorter and use it as a sofa chair.
The coolest festival accessory ever. I like how tiny it rolls up and how you can park your ass anywhere and watch the show with utmost laziness.
It appears to be quite well built. I think