- Air Pump
- Patch Kit
- Stuff Sack
- Set Up Guide
Inflate The Air Mattress
Lay the air mattress over a flat area, free from rocks and sticks (Fig 1). Make sure the mattress is completely unfolded and its flocked side is facing up (Fig 2).
Attach the large adaptor to the inflation port on the side of the air pump (Fig 3). Insert the air pump’s charge plug into the vehicle’s 12 volt DC outlet (Fig 4).
Place the adaptor into the mattress’s easy inflate valve’s opening (Fig 5). The adaptor will push the valve open. Power the air pump on (Fig 6).
Inflate the mattress to the desired firmness, turn the air pump off, and remove the adaptor from the opening. The air pressure inside the mattress will push the valve closed. Screw the cap over the easy inflate valve’s opening (Fig 7).
Use the mouth valve to inflate the mattress if the air pump is unavailable (Fig 8).
Place the mattress between the wheel wells of the truck bed (Fig 9) with its flocked side facing up and its valve side facing the rear of the truck.
Store your gear between the mattress and the bed walls (Fig 10).
Deflate The Air Mattress
Attach the large adaptor to the deflation port on the top of the air pump (Fig 11).
Place the adaptor into the mattress’s easy inflate valve’s opening (Fig 12) and power the air pump on (Fig 13).
Deflate the mattress until no air remains inside.
Fold The Air Mattress
Fold the sides of the mattress into the middle (Fig 15). Fold side A over side B (Fig 16).
Roll the mattress toward the valve end to push out any remaining air. Make sure to depress the easy inflate valve to let the air escape (Fig 17). Screw the cap over the easy inflate valve’s opening to prevent air from re-entering.
Place the mattress and the air pump into the stuff sack (Fig 18).