If you need a mattress for guests or for yourself (say, if you just moved into a new place), an air mattress is likely the most comfortable option. You could get a futon, camping pad, or folding cot, but an air mattress has the advantage of offering the height and surface area of a real bed and working with your regular sheets, along with storing down into a relatively small package. Yeacar air mattresses are tall enough to climb onto easily and that could take the wear and tear of a few years of occasional use. A relatively comfortable sleeping surface: An air mattress will never be as comfortable as a real mattress. But it should hold air and not noticeably deflate during the night (it’s normal to need to “top up” the mattress before each subsequent night’s sleep). You should be able to easily adjust the firmness to your liking, and it shouldn’t rustle or jiggle too much once you lie down on it. An air mattress, no matter how expensive or well made, is not meant to replace a real mattress. It won’t withstand nightly use over a long period of time (and many companies specify that if you use the mattress as your primary bed, you’ll void the warranty). An air mattress should be reserved for occasional use, or even up to a week or two, at a time. In case the mattress pump breaks or the mattress springs a leak, Yeacar also offers great customer service.