SoundAsleep Dream Series Air Mattress Review

Our Rating: (9.2 / Out Of 10)

The need for a comfortable, durable air bed can come up at almost any time. When an overnight guest is on the way, pulling an air mattress out to set up is an ideal option. Air mattresses can also go almost anywhere from a camping trip for a restful night to a dorm room to a hotel room for extra sleeping. For long-lasting comfort, the SoundAsleep Dream Series Air Mattress with ComfortCoil Technology and Internal High Capacity Pump is the way to go.

Comfort and Convenience

There are a number of features that make the SoundAsleep Dream Series Air Mattress with ComfortCoil Technology and Internal High Capacity Pump one of the most comfortable air beds on the market. The large surface is supported by 40 coils, creating a flat surface that maintains its shape and firmness throughout the night with minimal air loss. Another feature of comfort is the soft, waterproof top of the mattress. Many SoundAsleep Dream Series Air Mattress users noted that sleeping on the bed felt similar to resting on a pillow top.

The convenient features of the mattress are another benefit. Inflating and deflating the mattress is quick and easy with the internal pump. Owners of the mattress found the pump simple to use with straightforward instructions to help with any questions and for troubleshooting any issues with setting up or taking down the bed. To add to the convenience, the “Sure Grip” bottom keeps the bed in place, minimizing any slipping around the floor during sleeping and keeping the bed in place throughout the day. Plus, the top of the bed is flocked, keeping the bedding in place during the night.


Although most air mattresses require re-inflation throughout use, that will happened much less often with the SoundAsleep Dream Series Air Mattress with ComfortCoil Technology and Internal High Capacity Pump. The mattress holds up to 500 pounds, considerably more than most other air mattresses on the market. There are multiple layers of puncture-proof material, helping to stop any holes or tears. Users also noted that frequently inflating and deflating the mattress did not contribute to any wear of the material. Overall, the SoundAsleep Dream Series Air Mattress will last to keep sleepers comfortable for many nights.

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Size and Other Features

Numerous users commented on the advantage of the size of the SoundAsleep Dream Series Air Mattress with ComfortCoil Technology and Internal High Capacity Pump.  When inflated, the mattress matches up to a full queen size, measuring 78” by 58” by 19”. The double height creates the feel of getting in and out of a traditional box spring mattress set, and the mattress comfortably sleeps a couple.

Customer Service and Guarantee

Above all of the other features of the SoundAsleep Dream Series Air Mattress with ComfortCoil Technology and Internal High Capacity Pump is the outstanding customer service and product support. To start, the one year guarantee from SoundAsleep Products offer reassurance on the purchase of this air mattress. On top of the guarantee of the product, according to the majority of the users who needed to get in touch with support, the customer service is exceptional, resulting in satisfaction with the solution offered and the interaction with company representatives. Customers are welcome to call in or send an e-mail, and the company also responds to problems reported on other consumer and retailer sites to handle any possible complaints or dissatisfaction.

Pros and Cons

Practically everything has some pros and some cons, and making a list of each is helpful in deciding on a purchase. For the SoundAsleep Dream Series Air Mattress with ComfortCoil Technology and Internal High Capacity Pump, the advantages from the customer service to the good night’s rest exceed the drawbacks, most of which are common to all types of air mattresses.


  • Internal pump with one-click design
  • Easy to use pump for inflation and deflation
  • 40 coils keep surface flat
  • Strong customer service
  • Maintains shape throughout night
  • Minimal air loss and sagging
  • Adjusts to desired firmness level
  • Holds up to 500 pounds
  • Raised double height
  • Quick and easy inflation
  • ComfortCoil design
  • “Sure Grip” bottom to prevent slipping
  • Waterproof top
  • Flocked design to keep bedding in place
  • Multilayers of puncture-resistant material
  • Carry and storage bag
  • Power cord storage
  • Superior customer service


  • Initial PVC stretching
  • Pump noise
  • Suited best for in-home use
  • Some Report a cold sleeping surface
  • Dimpling on the top
  • Moderate noise during inflation and deflation
  • Works best with deep-fitted, non-standard sheets


The Verdict

A better night of sleep means a better day, and the comfort of the SoundAsleep Dream Series Air Mattress with ComfortCoil Technology and Internal High Capacity Pump can give the rest and relaxation every sleeper needs to get up and get going. With remarkable customer service and several features for comfort and convenience, the SoundAsleep Dream Series Air Mattress is at the top of many recommendations and makes the list as our BEST CHOICE air mattress.

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  1. Nicole

    Hi what size internal pump does this air mattress have I cant seem to find it on the description.

    Thanks Nicole

    • Frank Apodaca

      Hey Nicole,

      The pump plugs into any standard 110V outlet.

      • Elaine Chan

        You do have any version for 220V? I want to use this in HK and a UK plug will be perfect.

        • Frank Apodaca

          Hey Elaine,

          You can get a converter from Amazon. It should work with a ton of different style plugs and at 220v to 110.

  2. John


    How long should I let the bed completely inflate? Is it possible to over inflate the bed?

    Thank you,


    • Frank Apodaca

      It takes about 4 minutes to fully inflate and once you reach a point where you feel it is firm enough, just switch it off. Over inflation isn’t likely, if you start to hear a change in sound of the pump when fully inflated, its your queue to turn it off.

  3. Michael

    My wife and I are new to camping, although I’ve gone a few times. Wifey really wants a comfy air mattress, as opposed to a sleeping bag. Is this a good choice, and what would you say has been the general opinions of those who have used it outdoors? If we’re camping out for several nights, is it advised to deflate the mattress during the day, and inflate it again at night? Any general suggestions for using this for camping would be great. Thank you.

    • Frank Apodaca

      Hey Michael,

      If you prefer to be higher off the ground, this version of the air mattress is a great choice. If you want something lower, you can try the camping version of the SoundAsleep. A lot of people prefer taller air mattresses and that’s why this one is still recommended for camping. There is no issue with leaving it inflated. You may have to refill every so often to get it back to its firmness.

  4. Dave

    If I’m out in the woods camping where their is no electricity how can I inflate the mattress? Are there retail outlets throughout the country that can service this mattress or give me a new one if something goes wrong in our camping travels across the country?

    • Frank Apodaca

      Hey Dave,

      You can try the camping version which has a rechargeable pump and you can charge it in your car. Thats probably the best bet if you are going to travel across the country. Or try the Lightspeed, as it comes with a 4d battery pump. You can read our review here.

  5. dave

    For a camping trip with 2 people across the country this summer what is your recommendation for a tent that would be a compliment to this SoundAsleep Dream Series Air Mattress?

    • Frank Apodaca

      If you are going for the taller air mattress as opposed to the camping version of the SoundAsleep, you will need a larger tent. I find that a 5 person tent works well for this and has some room to put your other belongings.

  6. Linnea

    Can this mattress be inflated manually when power isn’t available?

    • Frank Apodaca

      Unfortunately you can’t. You need 110v. If you are looking for something on trips where there is no electricity but you have access to your car, I would recommend the camping version. It has a rechargeable pump that can be charged in your car or electrically and should be able to inflate/deflate 4-6 times. If you are looking for something on longer trips without electricity and no car I would suggest the Lightspeed with 4d battery pump.

  7. Linnea

    Thank you! I will never be too far away from a car so the camping version will be fine. What is the model name/number of the camping version?

  8. Allen

    What is the amp draw on the pump?

    • Allen Blankinship

      I saw it on the video actually. .9 amps, correct?

      • Frank Apodaca

        Yes. You can see on the video its .9A

  9. Vee

    I want to use this air mattress for my daughters room who is currently in college. It will be used for weekend and extended holiday visits. My question is, will this mattress fit in a platform frame or would it be too high, requiring a step ladder to get in/out of? The frame is about 18 inches from the floor. Also, considering what we’re using it for, is this the best option for our needs?

    • Frank Apodaca

      Hey Vee,

      This air mattress is already 19″ high. So 37″ or a little over 3 feet is a little high to get in and out of. Really, you don’t need to have the frame if you go with the SoundAsleep. If you’re not too worried about price you can take a look at the instabed ez bed which comes with a frame and is super easy to setup.

  10. David

    I am interested in a king size version of this mattress. We will be renting a condo that has a very soft mattress and I have a bad back and need a firm mattress. I was thinking of placing this product on top of the soft mattress to give my back a break. Do you have any other suggestions to resolve this issue?

    • Frank Apodaca

      I don’t think they make a king size at this point. Also this air mattress is quite high already so adding it ontop of another mattress might make it difficult to get in. Unless maybe your mattress is already on the floor. I suggest looking at some of our mattress reviews here.

  11. Nina

    What type of sheets fit the queen size bed? Do they actually tuck in underneath the mattress? If we were to use a regular metal frame with wooden slats to put the mattress on, how high would the bed be? Thanks!

    • Frank Apodaca

      Standard sheets. They wouldn’t be deep enough to tuck underneath the mattress no.

  12. Robin

    Do they make a full size in this mattress? If so how much are they and where can you find them on line to buy?

    Thank you,

    • Frank Apodaca

      At this time just the queen size.

  13. Mary Machatsch

    I am looking to buy this mattress but I really need quiet when I sleep. However in the ‘cons’ this review stated that the pump made a noise. Can someone tell me if the pump in the mattress makes a continual noise throughout the night?? This would drive me crazy if it does.

    • Frank Apodaca

      The pump is the normal noise you get when you first inflate. This one doesn’t have the continuous pump like the Insta Bed does so you won’t ever hear the pump unless you turn it on yourself.

  14. Jeanne

    Is a patch kit included with the mattress?

    • Frank Apodaca

      It should yes.

  15. Eileen

    Do you have an idea of how much this air bed weighs?

    • Frank Apodaca

      Shipping weight is 17.7 lbs.


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