MRP : ₹ 2,999
Made In : China
We bought the camp bed for the price and quality. We've used before and they're easy to put up and take down.
Really comfortable. A bit tricky to get down - used other people’s advixe posted here.
A little tricky to assemble but once up was very happy with this product. Very comfy to sleep on.
Value for the money
Took me 15 minutes to put up for the first time (50yr old fittish woman). The long poles are easy enough to thread through the canvas. The legs were stiff but by leaning on the leg it bends and did eventually clip into place. Dismantling is much easier. Lie on its back with its legs in the air, stand astride the bed with one leg on each pole to weight it down and then pull the grey end of the leg up. Dismantling took me 2 minutes. They are comfortable and I'm pleased with my purchase. Definitely try before any camping trip!
Was very apprehensive about this given some of the reviews about getting it constructed. Decided to buy one to see how it went. Had it put together in 5 minutes on my own. Really simple construction and very sturdy. I am 6 feet tall and 14+ stone and it is very comfy.
Comfortable, packs small, simple to put together fairly robust.
To assemble you have to bend the springy legs to clip them into place. The force / weight needed is so great my wife and young teen children can't assemble it. If you're big and strong they're great value.
Hello Ian, Thank you for the review of the Camp Bed 60. We have highlighted with our users that the initial set up can be a little difficult, but have found these to loosen up after use.
Quechua UK Product Expert
It is a good bed to rest for a short time and well as we can use it for night time sleeping.
Only problems is the sound it makes when we are rolling on the bed while when we sleeping.
However! I have a couple of tricks that helped me, a teenaged girl, somehow fit this bed together for the first time on my own with only two black pinches and a bruise on my shoulder to show for it. So the side poles go in really easily, no trouble, it's when you get to the leg poles that it gets difficult as you might have read. My method was to let them get a bit warm in the sun, flip them upright so it was standing on one of the shorter sides with the clips then just... sitting on it for a bit. Just put the side under one thigh and lean your full weight on it, you might have to do this a few times to make it even a little bit easier to bend. Then brace the length, the side with the blue turn clip, against something that won't move even if you throw your whole weight against it then push harder than you've ever pushed in your life, the best way I found was using your shoulder to help you press until it clips in and catches some of the skin of the palm of your hand in there too, potentially. This is what worked for me, you probably shouldn't do this to the piece of camping equipment that you just bought but I refuse to let any inanimate object defeat me, so here we are.
Really comfortable, really good price and extra satisfying when you finally get the legs on after getting increasingly angry for fifteen minutes. Now I'm just hoping it actually gets easier with each time you do it. Fingers crossed!
I could put my 6 man tent up quicker than the time it took to put this bed up. You would need to be built like hercules to put this bed together. There was 2 people helping construct it and it was terrible. I ended up taking it back to the store for a refund. I wanted something quick and easy to construct for my camping trips. Bad pole design. The quality of the material was good but the poles and legs were so hard to fit together.