Safety and Warnings
- Do not let the inflatable bed come into contact with sharp, pointed objects.
- Fill the bed with cold air only. Never use a hairdryer to inflate the bed, as this may cause melting.
- Do not over inflate. An air mattress bursting can cause serious injuries. Inflate the mattress until most of the wrinkles in the material are gone and the bed feels firm to the touch.
- Air temperature and weather do affect the air pressure in inflatable products. In cold weather, the airbed will lose some pressure due to the fact that the air will contract. If this occurs, you may wish to add a little more air to improve the airbed performance. However, in hot weather, the air will expand. You should let some air out of the airbed to prevent the airbed from failing due to overpressure. You should avoid exposing the airbed to extreme temperatures (either hot or cold).
|To Open/Close Valve|
|To Close Valve|
To inflate using the pump unit: be sure to plug the pump's 12V adapter into your car's 12V output plug and turn the key to supply power prior to use.
|To begin inflation, open the external cap and pull firmly on the lanyard to extend it out. This will open the internal yellow seal.|
|Attach the middle of the three available nozzles to the output nozzle of the pump and turn the pump on.|
|When fully inflated, the seal valve by pushing in with the pump nozzle. This will seal the internal yellow stopper, which will keep air from escaping while you close the cap.|
|Fully remove the pump and close the external stopper. The valve should appear depressed into itself.|
To deflate using the pump unit:
|Remove the adapter nozzle from the inflation end and attach to the opposite "deflation" side of the pump. Repeat the same steps as for inflation. This will draw the air out of the airbed quickly.|
|To deflate, open the external stopper and pull out to extend, allowing the air to escape. When fully deflated, close the stopper.|
Note: Pump and nozzle are for illustrative purposes. Actual pump and nozzle may differ in appearance but functionality will remain.
- Do not over inflate
- Never use a hairdryer to inflate
Warning: Read all instructions before use to avoid injury or death!
|Not for use by children 3 years old or younger, or people with limited mobility.
They may suffocate in a face-down position or become trapped and suffocate in the gap between the furniture and the adjacent furniture or wall. If the airbed is under-inflated during use, this risk of suffocation increases.
|Do not let young children sleep on this airbed until they are mature enough to sleep in an adult bed.
Young children can suffocate in adult beds (including airbeds), particularly when sleeping with another person. Ask your pediatrician for specific recommendations for your child.
|Adult supervision is required for inflation and deflation.|
|This airbed can melt or burn.
Keep away from open flames, heaters and other hot objects. Do not smoke on or near the airbed.
|This airbed is not for use in water.
It is not a life-saving device, a personal flotation device or a water toy.
|This airbed is not a toy. Do not stand, walk, jump or play on the airbed.
This can result in serious injury or damage to the airbed.