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Disc-O-Bed Cam-O-Bunk Cot with 2 Organizers, 2 Cabinets and Leg Extensions, X-Large
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- Bunkable cot system fits 2 people, compatible to a broad range of tents and dome structures used in recreational camping
- Bunkable to maximize floor space, with a height off the ground of 11 in. and distance between cots 28 in. with included leg extensions
- Frame is manufactured using rust resistant and powder coated steel that is robust, ultra strong with a weight tolerance of 500 lbs. per single cot
- 35" wide sleeping deck materials dry quickly with proper ventilation and are removable for cleaning
- Includes two cabinets and two side organizers for storage of personal items and 7inch leg extensions that add height between beds or to your straight leg single cot
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Enjoy your day without losing sleep to an uncomfortable cot or air mattress.The patented disc allows for easy, tool free set up.The modular disc system easily fits together, disassembles, and stores in a compact carrying bag.The steel rail system is designed for stability, which adjust for uneven ground.This one of a kind bunk does not have a mid-bar, which allows for a restful nights sleep which allows for a natural, contour sleep.When camping, the versatile bunk is easily bunkable but can also be used as a bench.With a tough steel frame and polyester fabric sleeping surface, this bunk will keep you sleeping easy in all your travels.This combo comes with 2 organizers,a set of 4 leg extension, and 2 cabinets.Organizers have zipped sleeves and open pockets to accommodate personal belongings and easily attach to sleeping deck.Leg extensions allows for an extra 7-Inch of vertical height.The U-clip design ensures for a snug fit either on the bunk to increase the height between cots or to the leg of the straight bed end frame to increase the height of a single cot.Cabinets have 3 interior shelves with moveable dividers and are fully callapsible, zippered, and have a lockable closure.Easily attaches to the bed end frame by hook and loop straps.Combo includes bunk, stack adapters, carrying bag for easy transport, organizers, leg extensions, and cabinets.Assembled dims are 82”x40”x36"with each cot has a weight tolerance of 500 lbs per single cot.Accessories available separately.
From the Manufacturer
Portable, compact and strong; Fully collapsible; Quick, no tool or screw assembly; Bunkable in tight spaces; No mattress required. Two full length side organizers, leg extensions to create 7" more room between bunks and a fully collapsible, zippered storage cabinet; Assembled bunk 79" x 34.5" x 39"; Outer dimensions 81.75" x 39.5" x I 43.5"; Weight of bunk 91lbs; Weight tolerance per single cot 500lbs.
Top Customer Reviews
First, it is heavy. The box arrived weighing 97 lbs. I have back trouble, so I broke it down on the spot. It is pretty obvious how it goes together. Nothing complicated. But, it is large and awkward so assembling it in anything but a large family tent is out of the question. The cot material is quite tough. I dont doubt it will last. It is similar to the poly canvass on the stiffest soft luggage.
Though it wasn't clear to me that I would be getting two cabinets as well as two side organizers, it came with all four. The cabinets are very large and tough.
I purchased this two days ago on Prime for 329.00. It now shows it is not available on prime any longer and now lists as 459.00. I wouldn't buy it at that price, but at 329.00, it was a bargain. I expect to use it for many years.
After writing my original review (below), I also emailed the company to tell them about the issue. They immediately had senior people look into it and got their engineering team working on fixing the issue. They have now modified the manual to give more visibility to the potential button-pushing problem that I experienced, and they're also adding labeling to all new beds to prevent this from happening. They even replaced my bed and emailed me to get my thoughts on the new manual.
It's really rare to see a company take such quick and responsive action, especially when most companies seem to outsource their support or cut and paste generic responses to your problems... these guys went overboard to address the issue, and I can't say enough good things about service like that.
As long as you're careful about making sure the release button is not accidentally covered by the canvas when assembling or changing back and forth from a bed to a couch (see photo - the new instructions and warning should prevent other people from having this issue), this is a really great camping bed, very comfortable, and quite easy to move around and assemble!
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This would actually be a great bed except for one design flaw which caused my kids to get hurt and me to return it.
The long story: We just got it for a camping trip last weekend. I tested it out in my driveway, seemed to work great, and so we brought it camping with us. On the 2nd day, my two sons (2 and 5yo) and my friends kids (2 and 4yo) wanted to climb on the top bunk with me. I'm 200lbs, and the 4 kids are all well under 40 lbs (so maybe 350 lbs max). My friend asked if the bed could support everyone - The capacity is 500 lbs, so I said "No problem!". Not 5 seconds after I said that, the whole side came crashing down with everyone screaming. Two kids got bruised, but luckily no major injuries. It could have been WAY worse if someone was below and hit by the falling bar, maybe maimed or worse.
Afterwards, I checked to figure out how it could have happened. It turns out that when we moved around or changed the top bunk back and forth from a bed to a couch that the canvas over the pipes had slid down towards one end. There's a button which is used to disassemble the tapered pipe from the disc which holds everything in place. If that button happens to be facing outward and the canvas slides over it, it can depress and disconnect the pipe from the disc.
You could call this a user error, but I think it's a pretty serious design flaw... or at a minimum a very serious flaw in the instructions.
There's NO warning ANYWHERE in the instructions about keeping the canvas away from the button. There should be some big warning flags, and maybe even a line drawn on the pipe which says "DO NOT LET CANVAS SLIDE PAST THIS POINT!"
If this hadn't happened and I had known about the safety issue, I may have still kept the bed - other than that it's really great. But there's no way my wife would trust using it again, so I'm going to return it.
Here are photos of the tapered pipe button and how the canvas can cover the button: http://imgur.com/a/73P9Q
Our tent SAYS it's a 6 person tent, but that would be if standard sized sleeping bags covered every inch of floor. These set up nicely with just enough room to get to the cabinets. They are heavy duty and just plain heavy--so good for car camping. The legs of the bottom bunk are rounded so there's no chance of puncturing your tent floor. With the extensions, they do wobble a bit with an adult on the top, but that was quickly remedied. My physicist husband just put a diagonal strap across the back side and the wobble was cut to almost nothing. Two small kids slept on the bottom bunk at each end and a big kid on the top. My 6'4" husband napped on the top in the daytime and says it's quite comfy for him.
They are both comfortable. We have a toolbox that has a top that forms a flat flat step when closed. I used that to make getting into the top bunk easier. The second day of camping, it rained all day. We turned it into the "sofa, piled pillows at the back, and it was quite comfortable for myself and two kids as I read to them.
The cabinets are a great. I used one for all the kids clothing, the other for all the non perishable food--made a great pantry (positioned so that I could unzip the window by it and get to it from the vestibule of the tent. We did a test set up at home and I loaded them up, then used them as duffels. They could be improved by adding a couple of straps that would let you carry them easier in the duffel position. W just used a length of flat webbing to make a huge loop through the channels and made our own. The organizers are not bad either, handy to keep little stuff up off the floor. The big pocket on the organizer is large enough for a "potty kit" (a ziploc bag with a flashlight, toilet paper, and hand wipes).
When using these, our tent actually seemed much larger. They're really excellent.