Coleman Quickbed Single-High Air Mattress | 2023 Review

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Coleman Quickbed isn’t where it used to be

When we say that the Coleman Quickbed is not where it used to be we don’t mean that the quality has somehow changed.

We’re reffering to where the products stand in the industry landscape that has significantly changed over the last few years.

Following the arrivals, our whole rating system was tweaked to reflect the new standards. The bottom line is that, at the moment, this Coleman in not close to the top 10 best air mattresses.

coleman single high

Last updated: 2023

The average rating of the Quickbed (between the 4 versions) is currently rated at 8.7 / 10 and there is a hefty between this model and the top models, both overall and among Coleman products (like Coleman Cot With side tables, which is rated at 89.6.).

4 available versions of the Quickbed

Classic single-high

quickbed single high

Elite extra-high

quickbed elite

Coleman Quickbed vs. top models in its price range

The adjustable version and the Elite are in a class of their own, but let’s take a moment here to see how the double-high and the claasic low-rise fare vs. current top picks in their respective classes.


Low-rises for outdoor use


quickbed low

All quality ratings of the Coleman Quickbed – single high version

  • 93%
    Air retention - 93%
  • 94%
    Comfort - 94%
  • 93%
    Durability & Longevity - 93%
  • 90%
    User satisfaction - 90%
  • 90%
    Value for $ - 90%

Fact sheet:

  • AirTight® leak-free system
  • ComfortStrong™ coil system
  • For outdoor and indoor use
  • Dual-sealed Double Lock™ valve
  • Velvet-like sleep surface
  • Wrap ‘N’ Roll™ storage system
  • Warranty: 1-Year
unpacking the airbed
side view of the quickbed


The Coleman QuickBed Single High is available in four sizes:

  • Twin: 73 x 38 x 8 inches
  • Full: 73 x 53 x 8 inches
  • Queen: 78 x 58 x 8 inches
  • King: 78 x 75 x 8 inches
top and bottom view of coleman singlehigh quickbed
edges of coleman single high
double lock valve of single high coleman quickbed

Materials used

The Coleman QuickBed Single High is made of heavy Duty PVC construction and topped with a plush, soft surface for extra comfort. The flocked finish is not only comfortable on its own but will keep your sheets in place if you decide to use any. It’s the sam material used as in the more expensive Coleman SupportRest Double High.

ComfortStrong™ coil system

Coils reduce bulging, provide better support and an even sleeping surface, unlike other most airbeds in its price range that feature beam construction. The technology will prevent you from sinking in the middle. In those terms, it’s very close in quality to the current king of the hill among camping air mattresses, SoundAsleep Camping Series.

Double Lock Valve

Primarly, a double lock valve is designed not to let air escape when you remove the pump from the air mattress. It also has a lower % of airleaks originating from the valve.

AirTight system

AirTight system is a name Coleman uses for the inner chambered design that has one of the lower air-leak percentages in the industry.

Backed up by a 1 year limited warranty on develop air-leaks, All Coleman models are factory tested to be leak-free before they are shipped out.


The pump is not included, but the vakve is a standard colerman Valve and works with all Coleman pumps. Our reccomendation is 4D battery-operated quick-pump.


The Coleman Quick Bed has the patented Wrap’n’roll system that will allow you to store the air bed without breaking a sweat. Just fold it, roll it up and store away when you don’t need the mattress anymore.

4d coleman pump

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  • Bob Ozment

    Bob has been testing and writing about all things sleep (and especially blankets, air mattresses and folding beds), for 8+ years now. before that, he worked as a Quality Assurance Manager with one of the bigger names in the sleep industry. He holds a masters degree Statistics, Actuarial & Data Sciences from the central Michigan University at Mount Pleasant. He's one of the people who designs our producing testing and statistical models. He’s a stomach sleeper, but nobody’s perfect.