The valve has an invertible release, which means it keeps the air in as it inflates. It also makes deflating super fast, letting you flatten it out and roll it up for storage.
Ryan Frayne created the AirPad 2+ after wasting precious beach time trying to inflate a swim float. This sparked his idea to harness the wind to do the hard work. You don’t need a pump or electricity. And there’s no need to put your mouth directly on a plastic valve.
There are built-in straps to transform this mattress into a cushy seat—great for camping trips, picnics, or just lounging in the yard. Wherever you use the AirPad 2+, the amazing inflating—and deflating—act is part of the fun.