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Intex Inflatable Fabric Camping Mattress with Built-In Pillow, 72.5″ x 26.5″ x 6.75″

January 27, 2016 - Comment

Intex camping mats provide comfort and durability for outside conditionsA quick and simple camping solution, the Intex inflatable fabric mattress gives you a comfortable sleeping surface for your outdoor adventures. The mattress is made of laminated vinyl built to withstand the elements, with a unique wave beam construction producing a uniform sleeping surface. The mat

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Intex camping mats provide comfort and durability for outside conditionsA quick and simple camping solution, the Intex inflatable fabric mattress gives you a comfortable sleeping surface for your outdoor adventures. The mattress is made of laminated vinyl built to withstand the elements, with a unique wave beam construction producing a uniform sleeping surface. The mat is also topped with fabric to keep you comfortable throughout the evening. And when it’s time to pack up, the mat folds compactly for easy storage and travel. Also functional as a pool or lake flotation device, the mat measures 72.5 by 6.75 by 26.5 inches (W x H x D).

About Intex
Helping people have fun for more than 40 years, Intex is the world leader in designing and producing high-quality, innovative products for indoor and outdoor recreation. Every Intex product–which includes such items as above-ground pools, pool accessories, pool toys, airbeds, and boats–undergoes an intensive quality control process before it’s released to the public. During the manufacturing process, highly trained Intex employees continuously monitor a wide range of factors, from the quality of the raw materials and the calibration of the machines to the making and assembly of each product. The goal is to produce the best possible product at the best possible price. Intex offices are located in such cities as Long Beach, California; WanChai, Hong Kong; Roosendaal, Netherlands; Beaufort, France; and Praha, Czech Republic.

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