When you can set up your camp bed in under 10 seconds then you know you’re onto a real winner. The Easy Fold Queen Stretcher from Oztrail is a durable and cleverly designed camp stretcher that’ll get you and your partner ready for sleep in no time at all.
Tall campers can rejoice as this stretcher doesn’t have head or foot cross bars so you won’t have a metal pole digging into while you sleep. This stretcher is also a good option if your back needs a firm surface, as it’s fully flat with a soft touch fabric top. The durable powder coated frame will keep you sleeping solidly all night, and can easily be wiped if it gets a little grubby with use.
The coolest thing about this stretcher is that once you’re all warm and comfy in your sleeping bag – you can stay that way as it comes with a detachable mesh gear loft to stash your tablet, book or even a midnight snack just under your bed. The side organiser pocket has two mesh pockets and one long pocket so you can keep your phone, GPS and other important gear at arm’s length.
This stretcher is super easy to set up and pack away. Makes sleeping on it wonderful especially when pairing it with a camp mat.
We bought the Easy Fold Queen stretcher & the self inflating mat - we've given up on regular air beds that go down in the night. We had a much better camping trip this time. Quick delivery too.
Easy to set up and pack away
Awesome customer service by Snowys
great product easy to set up and pack away the service and fast delivery is fantastic thnx Snowys will definately buy from you again
Does exactly what it says on the tin.
Fairly heavy when packed up but goes down nice and small and is very sturdy!
We use this stretcher with a wanderer brand queen self inflating mattress.PERFECT,well worth the investment.And to Snowys,I've bought 3 items from this store and each one has been delivered promptly and no damage and at better prices than any walk in store.Highly recommended.
We took the stretcher out for the first time just before Easter up into the Snowies. We are in our sixties and needed to be up off the floor a bit so that we could get into and out of our bed more easily. The stretcher is a bit heavy but is easily expanded for setup and surprisingly easy to pack away in its bag. We used it in conjunction with an air matrass and found it comfortable enough. The only issue is the centre bar which, even with the matrass was somewhat problematic. We were fully aware of this as advised by Snowys! We will be investing in a couple of sleeping matts with a view to levelling out the stretcher. (Any recommendations Snowies?) All in all a worthwhile expenditure!
I love my new stretcher, it gets us off the ground was quite high with the infatable mattress we put on top. Put a couple of fold up chairs either side for bedside tables, although the storage underneath was good. I wanted some where to put my tea cup. It was easy to put up but I found it easier to unfold upright, instead of upside down, as I could not flip it over by myself. Very easy to put away, although very heavy to lift for me, my husband didn't have a problem. Great bag, both bed and bag very sturdy, and didn't take up much room in the car.
Very uncomfy bed to use by yourself. Im a sprawler so i like to move a bit when sleeping so i bought this bed thinking id have a nice queen sized bed to camp in great comfort with my deluxe mattress but i was very mistaken. After a long few hours setting everything up i was ready for bed and was quite excited about jumping into bed but when i did i was deeply disapointed to find there was a thick bar running up the middle of the bed making it impossible to 'sprawl out' and so confining me to one side of the bed and sinking in making it near impossible to move. In future ill be using some plywood to level out the bed so i can sprawl out with having a bar ruining a good nights sleep.
I'm sorry to hear that you're not loving your new stretcher. If the plywood solution doesn't quite work, I'd suggest the Outdoor Connection Sundowner Titan Stretcher - it's the biggest single stretcher (without the bar down the middle). I hope you're able to get a comfy nights sleep. Laine :)
Purchased the stretcher to replace the blow up mattress. It's fantastic especially if you have a heavier partner. Not once did either of us roll into the middle. Best nights sleep I have ever had whilst camping. We have the oztrail inflatable mattress for use on top however will be purchasing a better quality one
Just wondering if anyone has put a swag that is 2200 x 1550 on top of this stretcher and thoughts please.. Thank you
Hopefully, you'll get some others offering their thoughts.
I'll just add that unfortunately, double/queen swags (or mats) aren't overly comfortable to sleep on with a queen stretcher due to the support bar going down the middle. This bar is critical for the structure of the stretcher, but it also raises the swag and puts those on either side at an annoying angle when trying to sleep. We recommend that people use two single swags/mats placed either side of the bar.
So do you think if i actually cut the double foam mattress in half this may work????
Oooo... I'm honestly not sure. It would help, but the swag itself may still cause issues. I've never heard of anyone taking this approach...
Hi, if I was to join two single mats together using the Exped Universal Mat Coupling Kit, would this eliminate the problem of the central bar lifting the mat up?
Using two Exped Megamat 10LXW's is a very popular option on the Oztrail Easy Fold Queen Stretcher. The coupling kit will ensure you stay close together, while the gap in the mattress will provide the space and give to ensure the mattresses lay flat.
As Emily mentioned, there is about 10cm of overhang in the width, but this isn't unmanageable and doesn't rule out using 2x Exped Megamat 10 LXWs with the Oztrail Easy Fold Queen Stretcher. However, if you're seeking a perfect fit, I would recommend a narrower sleeping mat.
Hi there, would the Diamantina double mattress work well with this stretcher? It's about 8cm thick. thanks
We don't stock the Diamantine Double Mattress, but from my research, it appears it should fit the Oztrail Easy Fold Queen Stretcher without any trouble. However, the challenge is that unfortunately, no queen mat works well with a queen stretcher due to the support bar going down the middle which is critical for the structure of the stretcher. This results in the mattress becoming raised through the middle of the stretcher which can be a point of discomfort for some.
Was just wondering which queen sleeping mat works best with the Oztrail easy fold stretcher?
Unfortunately, no queen mat works well with a queen stretcher due to the support bar going down the middle which is critical for the structure of the stretcher. What we would recommend is purchasing 2 single sleeping mats to lay either side of the middle bar. Any single mat under 70cm wide and 200cm long should do the trick.
Hi i was wondering thoughts on using eurobed airmatress on this strecher? I understand this is a similar qn to a previous one but we have invested in a eurobed a couple of years ago and its great just thinking on a frame moght be better? Do you guys think it would work okay or are the strechers best used with inflating mats? Thank you for any help
Unfortunately, the challenge with using a queen mat on a queen stretcher is dealing with the support beam of the stretcher that runs through the middle. This beam raises the mattress and makes it difficult to get comfortable. We'd recommend that the best option with queen stretchers is to use 2x single size mats so that the middle bar is unable to affect the 'sit' of the mattress.
Hi, just wondering if anyone knows whether 2 of the exped singles would fit on this stretcher coupled together with the additional coupling kit from exped thought maybe this would be more comfortable than trying to put a double/queen mattress on the top as singles will allow for the bar down the middle but would these singles work or be to big or small together? Thanks :)
There is going to be 10cm of overhang if you use two of the Megamat singles together (as they’re 77cm wide each) on top of this mat, so it’s not going to be a perfect fit so you might want to look into a smaller mat.
As for comfort – using two single mats (instead of a double) is great way to get around the fact that the stretcher has a bar down the middle.
a) Does the stretcher come with a reasonably weatherproof packing bag? (We're going to have to strap it onto our roof bars... b) Suitable for use with a queen size air bed?
The bag this stretcher comes in isn't waterproof, it will have some weather resistance but there will be weak points at the stitching and where the zipper is.
The Easy Fold Queen Stretcher has a bar down the middle, so if you put a queen air bed on top it will be elevated in the middle, so you would be sleeping on a slight angle. It can be done, but some people find they don't like that.
Hi, does a queen size self inflating mat fit on the stretcher? Thanks
I have just tried this myself with the display models in the shop, and the Oztrail Queen Mat fits onto the Easy Fold Queen Stretcher - so they're perfectly matched!
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