Lazery Sleep Air Mattress – 2024 Review

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e finally gathered enough data to do a reliable review and rate the Lazery Sleep air mattress. Just as we did that, it went out of stock for a while.

It’s now back in, so the work wasn’t in wain.

But, let’s take a step back…

Since this high-end product arrived to the market back towards the end of 2015, we have been gathering info on it.

The main reason why we were especially interested in Lazery Sleep is the similarity to one our top-rated models from Sound Asleep (similarities like the number of inner coils and how the weight of the sleeper is distributed).

lazery sleep air mattress

Last updated: 2024

Lazery Sleep air mattress – basic info

  • Available sizes – twin and Queen
  • Covered by a one year warranty
  • LED remote control it seven settings of firmness
Details of the Twin size

  • dimensions 74 x 39 x 18 inches
  • shipping size 15.7 x 14.8 x 17.6 inches, weight 14.8 pounds, weight capacity 300 pounds
Details of the Queen

  • dimensions – 78 x 58 x 19 inches
  • shipping size – 17.2 x 15 x 9 inches, weighs 19.8 pounds and has the maximum weight capacity of 500 LBS

Lazery Sleep airbed – all current ratings

  • 95%
    Air retention - 95%
  • 94%
    Comfort - 94%
  • 93%
    Durability - 93%
  • 92%
    User satisfaction - 92%
  • 91%
    Value for $ - 91%

Bottom line

The ratings above put the Lazery Sleep in the top 3% highest rated air beds we reviewed over the past two years.

Over 500 people shared their experience with this air bed on Amazon, you can see them by following the link links below.

We had high expectations from the get-go

Six months after it hit the market it was clear that it’s a high-quality product and we believed, even back then, that it deserved a “better place under the sun.”

Up to this point, the ratings of the Lazery Sleep were somewhat lowered by the fact that the initial price point was a bit too high.

That’s why we were pleased to see that the company adjusted the prices for both the Queen and twin size.

The obscurity wasn’t long-lived

It’s only a matter of time before more people discover that there is a mattress out there that features all the milestones of technology advancement seen in more popular models with, but with an extra touch of pizzazz.

We mention “obscurity”…what we mean by that is the fact that the brand was not as well-known or widely popular as some of the older industry giants or new arrivals. Since the last update, that changed (not to toot our own horn but we did predit it will).

What we mean when we say “extra pizzazz” are details like the remote control that you rarely see in this price range and (if that’s important to you) the fact that it brings a splash of color into a see of gray and beige that is the current airbed market. We’re confident that we’ll soon see it on the list of best air mattresses overall.

Lazery Sleep vs. currently top-rated

FAQs about the Lazery Sleep air mattress

three seat reclining sofa beige

Weight distribution

It features the cutting edge technology used to better distribute weight (the high number of air coils), which not only makes it more comfortable but it has an impact on air retention.


Because the more stable the inner structure, the less stretching is exerted on the seams – which lowers the risk of the bed developing a leak.

It’s one of the few products out there with such high number of – 40.

Pump of the Lazery sleep

The pump is electric, built-in and inflation/deflation takes about four minutes.

Movement and sliding

What we tend to see in air beds of lower quality is complaints from owners about their bed sliding and moving. This is not only a comfort issue but ties into the durability and longevity because movement means an increased risk of the bed “meeting” on micro prickle and developing a pinhole.

The issue will be especially important to you if you have hardwood floors.

What prevents this bed from sliding and moving is the rubberized material used for the bottom.

Frequently asked questions about the Lazery Sleep air mattress

Can I use any other pump to inflate it?

We see this question popping up frequently, and the most likely reason for that is people are considering it for camping and outdoor use.

We would say that theoretically, yes it can be used for camping but it does need a power outlet.

What is practically means is that this is an indoor product, which is also how the company defines it.

The pump is meant to be used with the voltage of 110 V AC. If your plan is to use it abroad, you will need a power converter.

Off-gassing and odor

Another common complaint with sub-par models is the significant presence of plastic odor, which means that the materials are for volatile and are off-gassing.

Based on what we’ve seen with the Lazery Sleep the issue is practically non-existent.

Temperature isolation

When sleeping in a particularly cold or for the room people tend to complain about the rushes of cold or warm air heating the top surface. The result of this is your bed suddenly becoming colder or warmer.

The reason that happens is because of the micro-currents are forming inside the chambers of the airbed and then moving around to recent redistribute heat.

It’s physics 101.

What this means in practice is that, the less the air moves, the lower the chance of you experiencing the phenomenon.

The point we’re trying to make here is that the issues more prevalent in air beds with beams that run side-to-side or top to bottom

With models like the Lazery sleep, which features air coils and chambers, the movement of air is limited.

This means no forming of micro-currents of cold or hot air.


The shipping box is just under 20 inches long and 12 inches high and approximately 16 x 17 inches wide.

carry bag of the lazery airbed

The pump is a two-way – this means that it both inflates and deflates the bed. The important part here is that the pump does a good job of sucking every last piece of air when deflating.

The result of that is that the bed folds up pretty small – for reference we would say that the folding size is approximately 20 x 12 inches.

Do the sheets stay on?

The bed is true to size and it works just fine with fitted sheets. The indentations in the sides are not as the as deep as some of the other inflatables, but they’re just deep enough to form “ribs” that keep the sheets in place.

Do both versions come with a remote control?

Yes, both the twin and queen-size come with a LED remote control.

Is the remote wireless?

No, the remote is attached to the cord and hardwired to the bed.

Sturdiness of the edges

This is one of the more robustly built airbeds we know, and combined with the air coils it makes for a very stable surface.

Why is this important?

This will especially be important for people who don’t like the bouncy feeling of most air beds and find it difficult to get out up.

To be more precise – we would say that in terms of giving you the “feel of a regular bed”, this inflatable belongs to the top 5% of products in the market.

True to size

One of the final concerns that we want to address here is whether the bed is true to size.

Based on our experience and research, it is.

If you did somehow get a bed that significantly deviates from the listed sizes there’s a good chance that you received a flawed product and you’re covered by the one year warranty.

You just send it back and receive a new one within a few days.

Conclusions about the Lazery Sleep air mattress

With the company lowering the prices, this mattress suddenly skipped the thin margins that separated it from our top picks.

Finally, let the stress that this guide is updated every 4 months, which means that the information you’re looking at is accurate and fresh and, we believe, paints a pretty accurate picture of the high quality air mattress that is the Lazery Sleep

As things are now, we would go as far as to say that the Lazery Sleep is one of the best “value for money” products on the market.


  • 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.