Zenbivy Light Mattress Owner's Manual

Inflating your Light Mattress the first time:

The Light Mattress uses our Inflation Dry Sack to aid with inflation. This allows for quicker inflation times and also keeps moisture out of your mattress. 

Storing your Light Mattress:

The Light Mattress can be stored rolled up and inside its Inflation Dry Sack. The insulation we use spreads upon inflation to insulate, so your mattress does not need to be stored loosely folded or laid out. Check that your mattress is clean and dry before it's stored. 

To inflate:

1. Make sure the valve is facing the correct direction to allow air to flow into the mattress. The red tab on the reversible valve should be flipped so the "inflate" side is facing outward. You will have the green center button facing out (the large, circular part of the green valve will be inside the mattress).
2. Couple the Inflation Dry Sack with the valve on the mattress.

3. Open the Inflation Dry Sack and hold it into the wind to fill with air. If there is no wind, you can blow gently into the top of the sack to fill it. Roll the Inflation Sack from the top to squeeze the air into the mattress. Repeat until the mattress is firm, then remove the Inflation Sack from the valve. 

4. Unsnap the Inflation Dry Sack from the valve. Lay on the mattress on your side, push the green valve to slowly deflate until your hip just bottoms out, so you are using the full depth of the mattress.  This is a great starting position to determine how firm or soft the mattress should be to work best for you.  Note that most people tend to run the mattress too firm.  Softer is generally more comfortable even if you sleep on a firm mattress at home.  Experiment to determine what works best for you.

5. Secure the valve with the outer cap.  Note if you want to adjust the pressure after the outer cap is attached, you will need to hold the valve in place when removing the cap to avoid pulling the valve completely out.

To deflate:

1. Pull the valve completely out.

2. Without folding, loosely roll the mattress starting from the end and push out as much air as possible. Insert the valve with the large round circular part of the valve on the outside, this is the "deflation" valve side and it is designed to keep the air out as you roll. Unroll and fold the mattress into thirds, then roll the mattress into a compact storage roll.  Once all air is out, secure the valve with the outer cap.
3. Place in storage sack and start planning your next adventure!

Light Mattress Repair

Accidents happen, it's alright! Follow these simple step-by-step guides to repair your mattress. Please send us a message if you have any questions. View our Warranty Policy here.

For Small Punctures -

1. Fill a tub with about 4-5" of water. Fully inflate the mattress and close the valve. Submerge the mattress, section by section if needed, until you see air bubbles leaking out. With a marker, draw a small circle around the puncture hole.

2. Dry the mattress with a towel and lay it out until it is completely dry.

3. Using the tube of adhesive provided, put a small dot of adhesive right on the puncture hole. Allow it to fully dry and you should be good to go!

 For Large Cut or Tear -

1. Clean the surface around the "wound". Make sure the mattress is completely flat. Trying to piece the two edges of the tear back together, spread adhesive along it.

2. Two hours later, spread adhesive on the repair patch. Place is over the cut or tear and press firmly. Wait another two hours, then inflate the mattress and examine the repair. 

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