There are nifty portable cribs for babies but I never knew there were nifty portable bunk beds for kids too! If you have ever been in a pinch for sleeping space for kids, whether when relatives come into town, kids sleepover, or you go camping, you will love this easy solution! Kid-O-Bunk did provide me with portable bunk bed cots in order to facilitate my review. All opinions expressed are my own.
Kid-O-Bunk Portable Bunk Beds Are An Easy Solution For Sleepovers and Camping
Kid-O-Bunk is a nifty piece of portable furniture that can be used as a bunk bed, two single beds, or a couch/bench. There are zero tools required for assembly and there are no air mattresses involved which means you don’t have to worry about popping or deflating as you sleep. The patented lock-in disc system offers a sleeping solution that is easy to assemble, easy to store, and super handy to have and use in many different ways.
Durable Sleeping Comfort
This portable bunk bed sleeping solution for kids uses machine-washable polyester fabric as the sleeping deck. In this way, it conforms to the child’s body shape for contoured comfort. Additionally, it is made durable to prevent ripping or tearing. My German shepherd tested this out with his super sharp claws multiple times because he loves climbing on the Kid O Bunk and taking a nap- he can’t let the kids have all the fun without him! Equipped to handle any outdoor adventure, the high-quality steel frame adjusts to uneven ground with a weight tolerance of 200 pounds per single cot. We tested that out too! Each portable bed is very sturdy and can be used by itself or the end frames allow for stacking and locking securely in place.
Portable Beds For Kids In Easy To Carry Cases
Kid-O-Bunk comes in one cardboard box which is fairly heavy. However, inside each bed frame is packaged in an individual, zippered carry cases that makes it easy to handle. This easy transportation is a key feature if you want to use it at at summer camps, for road a trip, or as a camping bunk bed.
The top bunk and the lower bunk both come with matching side organizers. I love this feature because it makes quick and neat storage of personal belongings a breeze.
Easy To Assemble Cots
The Kid-O-Bunk is easy to assemble. My daughter and I worked together to assemble the individual cots first. There are basically three thick poles that fit together and lock into the circle part of the end pieces. You can then slide the canvas cover over the poles and lock into the other circle part of the end pieces. Securing the foot rest and the head rest with the strong velcro pieces makes the cot sturdy and ready to use individually. The portable cots truly do offer easy setup.
You can also add on the included storage space organizers. These come in handy for personal items such as a bedtime drink, flashlight, or book. The portable bunk cots are perfect size for a sleeping bag.
Portable Bunk Bed
The two individual kid cots can be stacked with a few simple modifications into a portable bunk bed. This is great if you have a small bedroom and a sleepover planned. These lightweight double-decker beds are idea for slumber parties as well. It is also invaluable in creating some living/ moving space inside your family tent. We go camping a few times of year. We are so excited to use our Kid-O-Bunk camping bunk beds to create more space and to not have to worry about holes in our inflatable mattresses.
Bunk Bed Into Couch Function
You can easily convert the bunk bed into a couch. Kid-O-Bunk calls it a bench but I see it more as a couch- same difference really. Either way, it makes for convenient extra seating in the playroom during a playdate. Or in the tent for a game of cards! My niece and I tested it out for outdoor use on my porch.
I made this short little video to show you how easily it configures from a portable bunk bed to a couch.
The Kid-O-Bunk is comes in cool colors kids will love like teal or lime green. You can learn more or purchase the Kid-O-Bunk at kidobunk.com in addition to most major retailers.
So which feature of Kid-O-Bunk do you love the most? Is it no-tool assembly, bunk bed, sitting bench or two single cots? Do you wish you had some easy sleeping solution for the kids when they have sleepovers, guests are in town or you go camping?