This is a nice review you have there. But you know what… Air mattresses are good and all, but what about water beds? I mean, aren’t they better than air beds? If so, why don’t you have a post about them? Methinks many people would be interested to read about something like that.
To be exact, waterbeds are somewhat different from your typical mattresses. Most of the time, a mattress is something to be put on top of a bed frame or platform or something like that. Sometimes mattresses are put on the floor. Most of those are futons and air mattresses. Now, a futon is as close to a normal mattress as it can get. An air mattress is a little bit different. They are mostly meant for camping and guest sleeping arrangements.
Not so with waterbeds. They are not suitable for camping. They are too costly for purchasing them only for the sake of accommodating guests. What does that mean for us? It means a waterbed can only be a permanent sleeping arrangement. Either for the purpose of sleeping or for medical purposes.
A good waterbed should be puncture-proof. So should air beds for that matter, but if an air bed is punctured, the consequences will be simply unpleasant, if a waterbed is, they would be outright disastrous. That is why most of the time waterbeds have a casing of sorts, in order to prevent large-scale leaks.
As for my recommendations? Hmmm, let me think. I’m not a big fan of waterbeds myself, but if I were to choose one, I would go with the InnoMax Premium Stand-Up Waterbed.
Hope this was helpful. Take care!