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Oztrail

Double Bunk Bed

$159.95
$99.90
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92 Richmond Rd, Keswick SA Mon - Fri: 9am - 5.30pm
Sat: 9am - 5pm
Sun: 12pm - 5pm
17 Doherty St, Brendale QLD Mon - Fri: 9am - 5.30pm
Sat: 9am - 5pm
Sun: 9.30am - 2.30pm

Sleep two in the space of one with the OZtrail Double Bunk Bed or split them and use as single stretcher beds.

A stable design, the double bunk features anti-roll corner supports and stability legs at each end (not in picture) to prevent the bunk from tipping, while safety rails on the top bunk prevent occupants from rolling out of bed.

Made with a sturdy tubular steel frame and 600D polyester fabric is securely fastened with 50mm buckles and webbing. Complete with carry bag, the OZtrail Double Bunk is a great sleeping solution for the kids.

  • Anti-roll corner supports
  • Anti-tip stability leg at each end (not in picture)
  • Sturdy tubular steel frame
  • 600D polyester fabric
  • Can be used stacked or as singles
  • Fits 64cm wide mattress
  • Includes carry bag
Snowys Code:
126915
Supplier Code:
FBS-DB-B
Rated Capacity:
70 Kg Top Bunk | 100 Kg Single Bed
External Dimensions:
185L x 70W x 89H cm
Packed Dimensions:
80L x 30W x 20H cm
Material:
600D Polyester
Frame Material:
50mm Powder Coated Steel Tube
Weight:
19.5 Kg
Warranty:
1 Year

(13 reviews)
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May 04 2018

Great set up

Easy to assemble. Nice and sturdy.

- BERRIDALE, NSW
Apr 12 2018

Ikea assembly at it's worst

Pretty disappointed of the standard that Oztrail has in this bunk. It is a real mission to put together and pull apart, my suggestion is to have a mallet handy. Not sure if i got a dodgy one, but assembly of this bunk is not what i look forward too. Once the mission of assemble is done, it performs well. As other reviewers mention, watch the weight,

- KERRIMUIR
Feb 22 2018

Solid and Stable Bunk

Our two 8 year olds love these, they don't want to get out of them. Very stable and comfortable bunks.

- Bendigo
Jan 27 2018

Solid bunk

Great for the kids, saves room in the tent. Solid when getting on/off. Comfortable.

- Balwyn
Jan 15 2018

Very solid - perfect for saving space in the tent!

While these were tricky to put together (another camper gave us some valuable tips!) they were very solid and stable. I am really happy with them, and would buy them again in a second. Be aware that the bag is heavy though!

- WESTLAKE 4074
May 15 2017

Fantastic

Great stretchers to have, both kids love them. So much giggling the first time we used them.
I had a little trouble popping one corner in but once it was done the rest all went smoothly.
We love it.

- Sutherland Shire NSW
Feb 05 2017

Bunks

Purchased for the grandkids, who love same. Excellent service from Snowys.

- Geelong
Aug 08 2016

Great for the kids

Pretty simple to errect and great for the kids. Not sure of the rating but handled a 100kgs when i was too pissed to climb in with the missus.

- HARRISDALE, WA
Feb 11 2016

Perfect for Camper trailer

Fast delivery to Melbourne. Kids love it and it is quite stable. Getting the fabric on the frame was a challenge the first time but with the bottom legs removed the whole bunk unit folds flat and so can be placed on top of the camper trailer bed for storage. This means that it now only takes seconds to set it up.

- MELBOURNE, VIC
Jan 20 2016

Bunkbed

fantastic item, super fast delivery

- Dapto
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How stable are these?1 answer

Just concerned about the toppling and wondered how stable they are? I'm concerned if the bottom occupant gets up is it still stable with one up top?

- West Beach(1 year ago)

Hi Mike, 

Obviously safety is a concern with a product such as this one, which is why Oztrail have included anti-roll corner supports and stability legs, which greatly decrease the chance of any accidents.

I've had a play with the one we've got on display here, and it feels pretty solid - I'd be really surprised if the child in the top bunk was able to move around enough to tip it over!

While I never like to make any guarantees, I don't think this product would be on the market if it was unsafe for its designated use. We've never had any complaints about the stability of the bunk so I don't think you'll have any problems! 

- Snowys(1 year ago)

Do I need a mat on top of the bunk?1 answer

How comfortable are the bunks as is? Is a mat recommended? If so which one? Thanks

- CAMBERWELL, VIC(2 years ago)
G'day Sam - We've only heard good things about their comfiness. As for adding sleeping mats: you certainly could, that'll add a degree of squishiness like your mattress at home and a little insulation against the cold. At the end of the day, sleeping on a stretcher does have a sleeping-on-a-taut-sheet-of-canvas feel to it. Something like the EPE Sim Camper F35 (#43719) would be the go. Alternatively, a cheaper foam mat will still provide a little extra somethin'. Hope that helps. Cheers, Paul
- Snowys(2 years ago)

How much weight do the bunks hold please?1 answer

- BROKEN HILL, NSW(2 years ago)
Hi Cecelia, Oztrail state these bunk beds when stacked have a 70kg rating for the top bunk. When used as a single bed the rating increases to 100kg. I hope this makes sense.
- Snowys(2 years ago)

how long and how wide are these bunks.1 answer

- 3223(3 years ago)
Hi Andrew, this bunk bed is 184cm long and 70cm wide and the sleeping platforms sit at 28cm and 88cm height.
- Snowys(3 years ago)
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