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Yawn Air Bed

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The Yawn Air Bed is an inflatable air mattress made with a velour surface with a built-in pump that looks like a real luxury bed. It is available in three different sizes, twin, full and queen and each size fits the standard mattress sheets of each size. This air mattress is adjustable and has different settings to customize the firmness or softness of the mattress. The Yawn Air Bed can also self-deflate for convenience when no longer needed.

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The cost of Yawn Air Bed is $99.99 and the shipping is FREE!

This price was obtained from the As Seen on TV commercial page ( ) which was taken offline due to Yawn Air Bed being discontinued. Yawn Air Bed may still be found for sale on Amazon or Ebay.

This price was obtained from the As Seen on TV commercial page ( ) which was taken offline due to Yawn Air Bed being discontinued. Yawn Air Bed may still be found for sale on Amazon or Ebay.


  • Self-inflatable / Deflatable

    The Yawn Air Bed has a self-inflatable pump built into the mattress so there is no hassle in remembering to bring or store a pump with the mattress. The mattress can also self-deflate in under 5 minutes. There is no need to put pressure or lay on the bed in order to deflate it entirely.

  • Premium Headboard

    The Yawn Air Bed comes with an inflatable headboard, making the mattress look a feel like a real bed. The headboard is useful as it keeps pillows in place from slipping throughout the night. It is also useful when the user would like to recline and rest their back upright on the mattress.

  • Anti-roll Rim

    The Yawn Air Bed has created an anti-roll rim around the mattress. This feature enables the mattress to be raised on the corners which ensures that there are no unnecessary falls off of the mattress.

How to Use (Step by Step)

  1. Remove From Packaging

    The Yawn Air Bed comes in compact portable polyester bag. Remove the mattress from the bag and lay down the mattress in the position for sleeping.

  2. Plug in the Mattress

    There is a standard electrical plug attached to the bed. Plug in the cord into the socket and turn on the switch found at the other end of the cord. Once the switch is on, the mattress should begin to inflate fully.

  3. Adjust for Comfort

    Next to the switch found on the mattress to inflate the bed, there is a switch in order to adjust the mattress to have different degrees of firmness or softness.

  4. Ready to Use

    Once inflated, the Yawn Air Bed is ready to use. Some users may want to add their own sheets, pillow, and blankets to the bed in order to provide for a better, more comfortable sleep. These items are not included with the purchase of the Yarn Air Bed.

  5. Putting Away

    Once no longer needed, the Yawn Air Bed is able to self-deflate within a matter of five minutes. The switch to self-deflate is the same switch in order to inflate the mattress and it is located near the electric cord. Simply turn the switch to deflate and the mattress will deflate. To put it away, the user can fold up the mattress into the bag which the mattress was packaged in.


  • Motorized Inflation/deflation

    The Yawn Air Bed has a motorized inflation and deflation system built into the mattress. This feature is innovative from other inflatable mattresses in the past where the pump was not included or when the user had to inflate the mattress with their own force. Also, the feature of self-deflating is a time saver. Many mattresses are slow to self-deflate and only let the air out while someone exerts force on the bed. This can damage the bed by enabling too much air pressure out at once, which does not occur with the control of this mechanism.


  • Slow Leak

    Some users have reported that the Yawn Air Bed has a tendency, like many other air mattresses to have a slow leak when used throughout the night, which may affect comfort and sleep.


  • Avoid Sharp Objects Nearby

    Similarly to other air mattresses, consumers of the Yawn Air Bed should avoid having sharp objects which could potentially puncture the bed. Items in pockets should be removed as a simple small puncture can create a hole in the mattress and enable air to start to leak out.

  • Flammable

    Consumers are asked to avoid smoking near the bed or having any flames or fire near the bed as the pressurized air could easily be flammable and cause a fire.

How it's Different from Competitors

This mattress is different from its competitors by having a built-in motorized self-inflating and deflating unit. Many air mattresses include a separate pump which can get lost when the mattress is continually used. Some air mattresses do not even include a pump, which needs to be bought separately from the unit. The motorized unit is able to gauge the correct air pressure force to consistently pump up and deflate the air mattress. This enables the mattress to inflate and deflate without creating any excessive air pressure that could tear the mattress. Another feature is the headboard which is not found in many other brands of air mattresses. This is convenient to use in order to recline on in an upright position. The headboard is also useful in order to keep pillows in place so that they do not slide of off the mattress throughout the night.

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Do not buy Yawn Air Bed online before searching Amazon.
- Alternatives or the same items are always available and sometimes at lower prices.

Wise Advice

Do not buy Yawn Air Bed online before searching Amazon.
- Alternatives or the same items are always available and sometimes at lower prices.

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chris dumigan - (Manchester, ENG)
Posted: 04 Jul 2018
I have a Question

Self Inflate and Deflate Mechanism

I have lost the instructions ages ago, and so I wonder, does the self inflate and self deflate turn itself off when done? I have never left it too long inflating in case it pops, so I always turn it off sooner than I might need to. So can you put my mind at rest:- does it switch off when done (either deflate or inflate) or do I actually have to do it myself?

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