Item # SP6965, SP7057

Safe Place Bed

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Product Description

Sleep Safe Away from Home

Traveling can be difficult for the whole family if your child doesn't have a safe, secure place to sleep. This travel bed is designed especially for restless kids who kick, chew, thrash or exhibit other disruptive behaviors during sleep. It's easy to set up, and has several features to ensure your child's security throughout the night. The bed quickly inflates and has zippered, netted panels provide easy entry and exit on both sides (and to provide easy visibility for parents.) Made from thick, reinforced material to withstand bites and scratches and features wide welds to hold up to kicking. Adjustable zipper lockers help prevent kids from escaping and netting is easy to clean. 

  • Keeps restless sleepers secure and safe
  • Cave-like structure offers a safe and secure spot to sleep away from home
  • Easy setup and breakdown
  • Adjustable straps attach to any size bed
  • Age 18 months+

Getting Started

Includes twin size bed, travel bag and pump. Use adjustable strapping to attach to any size bed. Zippers have locking mechanism for additional security. For a comfortable and safe night’s sleep, make sure all air chambers are fully inflated before use. Please review all instructions and warnings. Use with adult supervision.

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 With

Mood & Attention, Sensory Seeking

Details

  • Weighs 21 lbs. 4oz.
  • Bed: 75"L x 39"W x 34"H
  • Bag: 25.5"L x 13"W x 11"H
  • Pump: 10.5"L x 8"W x 6.2"H
  • Watertight floor is soft, felted plastic
  • Colors: green and white or blue and white
  • 90-day warranty

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Always select products for your child’s developmental abilities, which can differ from chronological age. Consult with your pediatrician or therapist for guidance.