Disney Princess Pretty Pink Toddler Bed
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- Features soft pink pastels and a whimsical Disney Princess design fit for the royal highness in your life
- Plastic and metal frame provides strength and durability that will last
- Safe sleep guard rails on each side provide safe sleeping experience
- Sits low to the ground for easy in and out access. Meets all JPMA safety standards for toddler beds and comes in a non-toxic finish
- Measures 32"L x 54"W x 29"H when assembled. Some assembly required. Uses a standard size crib mattress (sold separately)
- Recommended for use up to 50 lbs
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From the Manufacturer
The Disney Princess Toddler Bed in pretty pink is perfect for transitioning your little princess from crib to big girl bed. Features a high quality plastic and metal frame making it lightweight yet sturdy for strength and durability that will last. The bed is built low to the ground for easy child access and comes with side rails for safe and secure sleeping. A whimsical princess design theme featuring your child's favorite Princess characters on the headboard and footboard make it a must have. The bed uses a standard crib mattress (sold separately). Recommended for use up to 50 lbs. Meets all JPMA safety requirements. Some assembly required. Complements other Princess item sold separately online by Delta Children's Products.
Top customer reviews
What they don't tell you in the product description is that there is no solid one piece support for under the mattress. The best way to describe it is like a camping cot underneath. There are 3 center support poles that fit into the side rails and a nylon cover that side rails slide into. The nylon tensions all the frame pieces together only the middle center support is screwed to the side rails and the side rails are then bolted to the headboard and foot board. So essentially the mattress is supported on the side edges by the side frame rails and by three small diameter cross supports postioned at the head, middle and foot of the mattress leaving the nylon for most of the support underneath.
I am probably going to add a 1/4" piece of plywood fit to the size of the mattress when my daughter gets a little older and starts jumping on the bed. We willsee how the nylon holds up.
1) a couple of the screws and bolts won't fit. I had to do a few cycles of adjusting them so they would tighten easily.
2) The images and instructions for side railing were wrong. This was supposed to be like the last step but there was absolutely no way of putting them in after everything else is bolted and tightened. I had to loosen the frame to get the railings in. I believe it'd be much easier to get these in before the headboard is bolted to the frame.
It surprises me that screws and bolts still mismatch in this day and age when machining processes have been perfected.
My 3 year old daughter loves it though. Since I put this together (about 10 days ago), she's been sleeping in 'her' bed and absolutely loves it. I am glad I got this over some of the wooden frames. It feels solid (and has no sharp edges).
This bed did it's job, she has been sleeping in it since the first day. She loves it. It's definitely sturdy, because she sometimes jumps on it. My daughter is 5 years old and weighs 50 lbs. She fits in it perfectly along with some of her stuffed toys.
I highly recommend.