DO NOT GET!! I got an "Aerobed Sport" as a christmas presenf from parents last year. My fiance and I took it on a 3 wk camping trip at end of summer, and it was a DISASTER. (Note: Ours looks a bit different than picture- it's tan and pump is slightly different looking.)
This is the situation: the proprietary "rechargeable pump" has to be mated and twist-locked into the valve opening on the air mattress. Fair enough, right? Problem is that there is no one-way valve on this thing. So after you get the mattress all pumped up, you have to un-twist the pump, pull it out of the opening, then put in the proprietary twist-lock plug. Just imagine how much air gushes out of an approximately 1 inch opening while trying to do all of this twisting, pulling out of pump, lineing up of plug, putting plug in, and twisting it closed.
To compound the problem, there is NO TOP OFF VALVE... no little inflatable raft type valve to blow into to top off the matress after all that air gushes out while trying to unscew/unmate the pump and put in the plug. AND there is no one-way valve inside the pump either, so as soon as you twist the pump inside the valve and the pump shuts off, the air starts gushing straight throught the pump before it's even removed from the valve.
Oh, and the pump vacuums too. It takes SEVERAL hours to charge it up, even when charging it on the DC car charger, and you don't get very many pump-ups with one charge. As you can imagine, it took us several tries to get the replacement of the pump by the plug to go smoothly and quickly, so we had to re-pump up the bed several times. Then the pump started dying... and just as much air was coming back out of the mattress through the pump than was going in. No problem though because we had gotten a site with electric hookup and had an extension cord- we'll just plug the pump in and pump the bed up, right? WRONG! The pump won't run when directly plugged in. It will only run off of the charged battery within the proprietary pump.
UGH!! In the end, we could barely use our back-up pump to pump the mattress up enough to barely sleep on it. We hit WalMart first thing the morning for a new double height air mattress for about $30 that worked just great for the remaining 3 wks of the trip. The aerobed spend the remainder of the trip folded up under the dogs bed in the mini-van for extra padding.
Save yourself the money and the trouble, just go to WalMart, Target, CVS, etc. and get a much cheaper, but better made air mattress
Edit- Lastly, the cheepy "Handy Aerobed travel bag" ripped apart in nothing flat too. Buy a compression/stuff sack in the camping section for your other air mattress and you're good to go.