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Make Your Bed Perfectly Private
Pop open a sensory space on top of any bed with the Privacy Pop Tent! This lightweight tent fits comfortably around Twin or Full mattresses (even bunk beds!) and it provides a comforting sense of security and privacy. The Privacy Pop Tent is an affordable solution for kids that share a room and need a more private space for themselves. The tent's dark color and dark interior encourages calm, relaxation and sleep, and the zippered mesh windows offer ventilation and light as needed. Can be used without a bed too!
Please note: This item will ship separately from the rest of your order. Please allow 1-4 weeks for delivery. Please contact us for an estimated delivery date. For returns, a 20% restocking fee is applied.
- Helps block out distractions during bedtime
- Great for kids with sensory processing disorder and autism
- Age 8+
Available in the following sizes (to correspond to your bed size):
Twin Bunk: 78.7"L x 37.4"W x 31.5"H
Twin: 78.74"L x 39.37"W x 47.24"H
Twin XL: 80.31"L x 37.4"W x 47.24"H
Full Bunk: 78.74"L x 55.12"W x 39.37"H
Full: 78.74"L x 55"W x 55.12"H
To clean use a wet rag and a light soap.
Zip/mesh windows offer ventilation for breathing and light.
Inner and outer zippers for ease of use.
Electronic port opening for cellphone/laptop cords.
Folds for easy travel with carrying bag.
1 year limited warranty.
Sensory HavenI bought the bunkbed size (shorter in height than pictured) for my ten year old. He has used it for a couple of weeks on his regular twin bed and loves it. I bought the bunk size in the hopes it will work for him when he goes to camp. He uses it as a calm down place and to have privacy in his shared room. It keeps his stuffed animals and blankets from falling off the bed. It seems like it is made from good quality fabric and zippers. I have used it myself when feeling sensory overload and found it to be very calming. A few things I didn't realize/quirks: It gets very dark inside when all zipped up. A kiddo that is scared of the dark might not like all the zippers closed. My son likes to have a book light and glow pet in there. The mattress actually goes inside the tent and needs to be angled around somewhat to get in position. For me, it isn't something I could set up or take down by all on my own. Our mattress must be a little wider than the tent was designed for. It pushes a little on one of the sides so the top looks lopsided. Not that big a deal to us, though. It can be hard to zip the front "door". Maybe because of mattress problem mentioned above. My son figured out that pulling down the "ceiling" a little while zipping solves that problem. We just love it! Would like to see a twin size in green for my other son!Read More
Answered QuestionsI was wondering if it gets hot inside these tents when it's zipped close? My son does not sweat & we always have to worry about him overheating.