I have only been camping a few times but the memories have stuck with me. I remember when my father purchase a tackle box, fishing pole, and sleeping bags for my sister and I. I had red and she had blue. I loved being with the family, eating over a fire, swimming, fishing, and all the fun camping activities. What I did not enjoy was sleeping on the ground with a sleeping bag. All me crazy but sleeping on the ground in any form in any form is just not comfortable.
So let me guess, you are looking at that photo thinking to yourself there is no way I could take that bunk bed camping. It won’t fit in my car and it is way to bulking. Would you be surprised to know that this is how you transport it?
This means you can pack it up into your car on your next camping trip. We don’t do a lot of camping here at Shibley Smiles but my daughter couldn’t wait to test out the Kid-O-Bunk. This was the perfect chance for her to have a few friends spend the night and have somewhere other than the hard wood floor to sleep on. Each cot can hold up to 200 pounds, perfect for her and her friends.
When the Kid-O-Bunk came it she couldn’t wait help put it together. I was impressed with how easy it was to do so. There are no tools necessary everything fits and locks together easily. Doesn’t this look a lot more comfortable than a sleeping bag?
Equipped to handle any outdoor adventure, the steel frame adjusts to uneven ground with a weight tolerance of 200 pounds per single cot.
The Kid-O-Bunk is still set up in my daughter’s room and I can often find her chillin’ out watching TV or her iPad.
Chillin’ on the Kid-O-Bunk
Wait did you notice something looks different? Where is the top bunk it looks like it is missing. I can assure you that is not the case. The Kid-O-Bunk can be converted into three different comfy places to relax. The first is bunk beds pictured above. The second is two single cots separate from each acting as two beds. The third is a sofa. That is right the Kid-O-Bunk can be converted into a great place to sit around the campfire, or in your bedroom if you are my daughter.
It is very simple to convert by just pulling up on the front bar and then setting it firmly in the notch between the back and lower bunk. This product is definitely a campers dream. How nice would it be the next time you go camping to no longer here the whinging from the kids about how uncomfortable the sleeping bag is.
When the bunk is put together it truly is sturdy. My 18 year old son (who is under 200 lbs) tested it out to see if it could withstand his weight and it did just that. Of course he was too long for it at 5′ 11″ tall but otherwise there were no problems. I honestly could not find a single negative thing to say about this product. I encourage you to look into purchasing the Kid-O-Bunk if you do a lot of camping or need some extra sleeping space for children.