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Summer Infant Sure and Secure Double Bedrail, Blue

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  • Both panels measure 42 5''l x 20''h and assembles in less than 5 minutes
  • Folds down for easy access to the bed or to change linens
  • Accommodates twin to queen size mattresses
  • Accommodates up to queen size mattresses
  • Minimal assembly required
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Product Information

Color: Blue
Technical Details
Item Weight11.5 pounds
Product Dimensions42.5 x 0.8 x 20 inches
UPC079760000001 012914121405
Item model number12140
Number of items1
  
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ASINB001DDXWVC
Best Sellers Rank #29,766 in Baby (See top 100)
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Color: Blue

Product Description

Summer Infant Sure & Secure Double Bedrail

Summer Infant Sure & Secure Double Bedrail is great for your baby's transition from cot to bed. It's easy to install. Features simple anchor mechanism for a snug fit. It's compatible with twin to queen size mattresses. It folds down, so making the bed becomes easy.


Why You'll Love It: This bedrail is easy to fix and ideal for your baby's transition from cot to bed

Features
  • Accommodates twin to queen size mattresses
  • Simple anchor mechanism help make for a snug fit
  • It folds down for easy bed making
  • Quick and easy to assemble

From the Manufacturer

This is an essential item for your child when transitioning them from their crib to a bed. It measures 42.5''L x 20''H and assembles in less than 5 minutes. This can be folded down for easy access to the bed or to change linens. It can accommodate twin to queen size mattresses. It is an adorable sesame street bed rail includes light up shooting stars, soft glow star night light, and plays a soothing lullaby.

Customer Reviews

It is sturdy, and easy to assemble and install.
Lucy Johnson
The part that broke is the PLASTIC buckle/latch mechanism that holds the strap that tightens the 2 sides of the bed rail together.
R. Pan
They are very secure, and keep our wild sleeping kids in the bed!
Cold in Pittsburgh, PA

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

65 of 66 people found the following review helpful By Cem Gahibb on June 23, 2011
Color Name: Blue Verified Purchase
Last 3 years, I had two of these products, one three year ago and one recently. I liked the design, color, easy set up. It WAS right hight and tallness for a toddler. And dark blue color was perfect match for my son's room. My younger son is transitioning from crip to bed, so I needed another pair. I ordered same product from amazon, which arrived fast. However the product has changed, and different than picture here. First, the color is no longer dark blue as in the photo, it is very light blue. Second, the design addedd a zipper to secure the fabric, which is very low quality and I am not sure how long it will stand to the task. Third, the rails are shorter now versus the prior versions. And there is some changes on fastening system as well. On top, quality of the fabric is down, now it feels very plasticy and thin. All in all, the product quality is down, but the price is up more than 30% versus what I paid last time.
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30 of 31 people found the following review helpful By R. Pan on March 17, 2010
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I purchased these bed rails in November, and in 3 months use it already broke! With normal use (no falls on it or other stresses). The part that broke is the PLASTIC buckle/latch mechanism that holds the strap that tightens the 2 sides of the bed rail together. I have no idea how it broke, I just noticed it one day as I changed the bedsheets and lifted up the mattress - and found the bed rail loose. To start with, a critical part to making the bed rail useful should not have been made with breakable plastic!

At least customer service is honoring the 1 year warranty (by the way, Summer Infant customer service never responded to my email and took 2 calls - one rolling to voicemail - before I was able to reach someone to talk with). But to get the replacement rails I had to send in the old rails BEFORE they sent out a replacement! The whole process takes over 2 weeks before I'll have another set of bed rails - what am I supposed to do to protect my kid in the meantime! I can understand their possible concern of fraud - but that can be easily handled with keeping some credit card info - it's ridiculous that they would require a return of a baby product that most parents would need everyday before sending out a warranty replacement.

The only upside is these are easy to use rails while they worked.
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35 of 37 people found the following review helpful By Helen S. Lam VINE VOICE on January 11, 2009
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It only took me about 20 minutes to install this double bed rail by myself. Basically, you just snap on the pieces to create the two rails, insert each rail into two plastic hinges, connect the two rails through two straps, take off the mattress, place the rails on the box spring, put back the mattress, and tighten the rails to the mattress by tightening the two straps. With one person, after assembling the two rails, the only challenging part was placing the mattress back on the box spring without displacing the bed rails on the box spring. I overcame this challenge by placing the mattress back on the box spring and then re-adjusting the slightly displaced rails. Doing it alone probably took an extra 5 minutes. The instructions were easy to follow and there were few parts to make the assembly nearly fool-proof.

I also like that both rails can be lowered for changing bed sheets or when they are not needed. Please note that it does take a bit of room for the rails to fold down completely so check the rail height to determine the space needed. Once the rails are tightened, it can be difficult to pull a comforter between the rail and the bed. So, I just fold the comforter on both sides rather than let it drape.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By J. Snyder on October 10, 2009
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This product took me about 15 minutes to assemble. The package says it should take five; I am certain that it would have only taken five if I wasn't taking care of my toddler at the same time. It was very easy to assemble. I hardly even had to use the instructions (which were very good by the way.) I installed it alone. My toddler sleeps on a twin mattress that is on top of plywood on a regular metal bed-frame. I saw no need for a box spring mattress and she can get into bed without needing a stool. That being said, it is difficult to find railing that works with this type of set up. I had a Dex rail for one side, but it was really designed for a mattress/box spring setup and was really difficult to tighten. I thought about buying another one for the other side of her bed; however, I saw a rail that was around $40 that would hide underneath the bed. They said it was super-strong and it was super-long. This was their big selling point. I'm sure it was a great rail. You could also buy the second rail for $20-30. But, it did not hide away or move at all, which to me, defeats the purpose of buying a hide-a-way bed rail. I was scared to purchase the Summer bed rails because they were cheaper and when it comes to things like this, you usually get what you pay for. However, I read that they both folded down (which is a must-have so you can make the bed!) And, since they are made to work together, I knew it would be stronger. I decided to give it a try. THEY WERE SOOOOOO EASY TO TIGHTEN! You just pull a strap until you can't get it any tighter, and then you lock it in place with the simple push of a lever. They are very easy to get down and up when needed. They are tall enough for my extra-tall mattress and they are plenty long enough.Read more ›
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