CAMP BED 60 - Blue



Made for for CAMPERS looking for a camp bed.
The compact camp bed! (Max. 110 Kg)

Sleeping comfortSize 185 x 60 x 20 cm /Lying surface “taut canvas”. 110 Kg
Easy transportWeight 5.3 kg / Volume 17.1 L
Easy assembly / dismantlingMechanical system: 5'00 assembly / 2'00 disassembly
WarmthIdeal for high temperatures (+20°C)
Warranty2 Years
CategoryCamp bed

For1 person

Dimensions (cm)185 x 60 x 20

Weight5.3 Kg

Folded size68x28x9 cm / 17,1 L

Available sizesone size
Information / Concept / Technology
Tube : 100.0% Steel Main fabric : 100.0% Polyester (PES) Complementary parts : 100.0% Polyamide (PA)

Product test
Note compatibility with certain tents. Sleeping comfort, also called "postural comfort" of mattresses is defined by our Research and Development Centre. All our mattresses are subjected to mechanical tests to prove the performance and durability of the mattress in order to guarantee you the best sleep and the best recovery. We also carry out numerous tests in the field under real conditions.


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Cannot set it up. Wish I had tried in store
Used for 1 week or less
I just cannot get the legs in at all. Not even close. Decided to buy as have a bad back and going camping for a week but put my back in trying to get the legs in. Didn't manage a single one. Shame, I've been to decathlon three times in the last week because of problems with another order and I'll be doing the same 40 min journey again returning this.
3 people working together couldn't put it up!
Used for 1 week or less
Bought this for our camping trip and fortunately tested it before going. Found it impossible to put up. We managed to get one leg in and then had great difficulty removing it. We will be returning it to the shop.
Response of the brand
Hi Felicity, 

We are sorry to hear about your negative experience with the Camp Bed 60. Please see the attached link to the video showing the best method of setting up and packing the camp bed: Alternatively you can visit your local Decathlon where one of our trained Sports Advisors will be able to provide helpful techniques to use with the product.

If you do not find these solutions satisfactory please do not hesitate to request a refund or an exchange. 

Alec Stratton-Lake | UK Product Trainer
Don't be put off by bad reviews
Used for 1 week or less
We're currently in south France camping and have been using decathlons basic blow up bed, after 5 nights my back pain was horrendous to the point it was ruining our holiday. So I nipped to decathlon in Pau and bought this, I tried the more expensive version in store but preferred the comfort of the cheaper one. One night and back pain is gone.

Can be put up and taken down in about 2 mins.

To put up it has to long poles for each side, then the legs, each leg has a different color end, the blue colors twist onto the pole and the black ends just clip on, this part does require a bit of strength but I'm no Eddie Hall and I managed it easily.

Taking down is even easier, I tried pulling the ends off and it was impossible, I think this is where most people are going wrong, all you need to do is turn it upside down and stand with your feet either side of the poles and pull, very very easy. I can get it up and down in under a minute now.

Highly recommended. Also it says maximum 110kg, I am 280lbs which is well over that and it's fine.
You need to be Mr Universe to get these up
Used for 1 week or less
I really liked the look of this bed, it was reasonably priced and seems good quality. There is only 1 problem with this bed.... it is impossible to put up, we spent half an hour and only got one leg on (two people) and nearly put our backs out in the process. I love Decathlon goods but this is a big thumbs down. will be returning next time I am in the area. Have reserved a different one that is £25 pounds more but hopefully will be easier - it is for our little girl camping. Probably has cost twice as much in fuel as we live 35 miles away!!!!! Don't buy this folks
Response of the brand
Hi Avril, 

We are sorry to hear about your negative experience with the Camp Bed 60. Please see the attached link to the video showing the best method of setting up and packing the camp bed:

If you do not find this solution satisfactory please do not hesitate to request a refund or an exchange. 

Alec Stratton-Lake | UK Product Trainer
avril not found this answer helpful
Difficult to take apart!
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Used for 1 week or less
Great little camp and quite easy to put together but not too easy to take apart which is my only issue with this bed. I bought another inflatable bed made by the same company to use instead, more expensive at £44.99 each but they are fantastic!
Pointless purchase
Used for 1 week or less
While the quality of the manufacture looked great, the bed was impossible to put up! I bought two and tried both of them. I hurt my back trying to get the legs in. Now I have to drive for miles to return them. A waste of time for anyone if they do not have exceptional strength.
Response of the brand
Hello Hannah

I'm sorry to hear about the porblems you've had whilst erecting the camp bed. We have found them to be a little tough at first, then they tend to loosen up. Please feel free to return the items to your nearrest Decathlon. We will pass on the information to our product managers.


Quechua UK Product Expert
Too hard to put together
Used for 1 week or less
Two of us eventually managed to get the thing put together at home - but it wouldn't be possible in a tent so it has to go back. If it was as easy as the video makes out it would be a fantastic piece of kit - but it's not.
Response of the brand
Hello Ros,

I'm sorry to hear that you have had an issuse whilst erecting the camp bed. After the initial set up we have found the poles loosen a little, making it easier on the following attempts. If you manage to put it up again, i recommend trying it a few times, if they haven't loosened anymore, please feel free to return to your nearest Decathlon. Your feedback will be passed to the product managers.



Quechua UK Product Expert
Comfortable, but hard to disassemble.
Used for 3 to 6 months
This type of bed is not too expensive and much more comfortable than an air bed. Packed in it's bag it is a similar size and weight to a folding chair, making it ideal for festivals and car camping.
The main downside is that unless you know the trick, it is very hard to disassemble. Once you have learnt how, it is quick and easy, but if you don't know how to take it apart you will be cursing the thing for half an hour.
I recommend this camp bed, but I strongly recommend that when you buy, you get a shop assistant in store to show you how to take one apart before you take it home.
Difficulty rating 5!
Used for 1 week or less
This bed is so hard to put together it actually hurts!. Managed to get the poles in after so much effort. Got 2 of the legs on then gave up. Was unable to get it apart. Will be taking it back partly up as I am not able to get the legs off!
What a waste of time
Used for 1 week or less
Impossible to put the legs on unless you are Iron Man. Thank god I tried to put one up at home in the comfort of my own home & not in a restricted space under canvas before we went away camping. Do not buy - total waste of money & I will definitely be returning.