Waterbed Mattress with an Air Frame - FAQ
What are the advantages to buying a waterbed mattress with an air frame?
A waterbed mattress with an air frame is much more portable than is any other type of waterbed.
The air frame itself acts as an easier way to get in and out of the mattress part.
They are great for dorm rooms, on your back deck or the front porch, for camping, in the back of a pickup truck, or as a platform bed.
Although no other frame is needed, you can even use them with your existing waterbed frame, instead of using a regular waterbed mattress.
They are also incredibly easy to install!
Will I need to buy a safety liner for a waterbed mattress with an air frame?
No. The safety liner is built-in to the mattress itself. You don't need to worry about springing a water leak, or having to purchase a safety liner separately.
What type of safety features are available?
Our waterbed mattresses with air frames are built with a 35% thicker vinyl bladder. They also feature a double safety wall to keep any water from leaking. All models come with a safety liner built into the mattress.
Are your waterbed mattresses with air frames made in the USA?
Yes. All our waterbeds are proudly made in the USA.
How much does shipping cost?
Shipping on all our waterbeds, bedroom furniture, memory foam mattresses and waterbed accessories is free.
What different styles of waterbed mattresses with an air frame do you offer?
We offer 4 different styles:
Full Motion Waterbed Mattress with Air Frame
Waveless Waterbed Mattress with Air Frame
85% -95% Waveless Waterbed Mattress with Air Frame
Round Waterbed Mattress with Air Frame
Can I adjust the air in the frame, and add more or less water to the mattress?
You can add more air to the frame, or let more air out if you prefer.
The same goes for the mattress - add more water or drain some away.
It's all about what kind of comfort you like best.
The frame and mattress are adjusted separately.
Give us a call at 1-800-630-5889 if you have any questions.
You can also take a look at our Airframe Waterbeds page.