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W Leg Stretcher Bed


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92 Richmond Rd, Keswick SA Mon - Wed: 9am - 5.30pm
Thurs: 9am - 7.30pm
Fri: 9am - 5.30pm
Sat: 9am - 5pm
Sun: 12pm - 5pm
17 Doherty St, Brendale QLD Mon - Wed: 9am - 5.30pm
Thurs: 9am - 7.30pm
Fri: 9am - 5.30pm
Sat: 9am - 5pm
Sun: 9.30am - 2.30pm

If you’ve ever tried to share a stretcher with anyone else but yourself, then you know that it’s more than just a little bit cramped. Get your kid a nice big grown up bed to sleep on for your next camping adventure, that way they can get a good night’s rest – and so can you.

A stretcher is great because it provides the elevation that mimics sleeping on a bed, allows for more space for storage underneath for your gear and for bonus points – keeps you up off the ground and away from bugs and other floor dwellers. Throw on a nice squishy sleeping bag, a pillow and a device to keep them occupied and you’ll be relaxing by the campfire in peace in no time. 

You can make the most of this piece of camping gear by whipping it out for sleepovers, or when you’ve got an unexpected guest coming to stay.

  • Perfect option for kids
  • Easy build assembly
  • Slightly raised end for a pillow
  • Rust resistant frame
  • Steel spring legs
  • Carry bag included 
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Rated Capacity:
60 Kg
External Dimensions:
181L x 57W x 18H cm
Packed Dimensions:
70L x 28W x 5H cm
600D Polyester
Frame Material:
Powder Coated Steel
3.5 Kg
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May 08 2017

Poor quality

Excellent service from Snowys as usual, however this stretcher was very disappointing - threw it in the bin at the campsite after our first trip with it, simply wasn't worth bringing home. Once it is setup it is ok (we only bought it for the dogs), although it isn't exactly sturdy, however it is the setting it up where the product falls down. It is very difficult to force the legs into the holes on the stretcher frame, and when they are in place they don't really feel like they are securely in place. It could potentially be quite dangerous as the legs are steel and when forced into the holes in the frame you need to use quite a bit of force, and as a result they have a lot of tension on them when in situ. Coupled with the feeling that they don't really lock in place, you half expect them to fly out at speed. My wife and her friend were simply unable to force the legs into position, so expect to use quite a bit of energy when setting up (if you can even mange setting it up). I appreciate that this is an affordable stretcher and you get what you pay for, however it is just a poorly designed product and is not fit for purpose. A shame as Zempire generally build good gear.

- Eltham, Vic
Response from Snowys May 09 2017

G'day Damian, 

I'm sorry to hear that your new stretcher has given you so much grief.

I agree, most stretchers with wire legs are super tough when setting up the first few times as the polyester is taut out of the box. It's too bad it didn't make the ride home (which I don't blame you btw), it just would've been a lot easier to set up once the material softened after a few times.

Please let me know if I can do anything to help find a better alternative for your dogs. Laine :)

Feb 21 2017

Does what it's supposed to do!

I bought this for my daughter to sleep on when we go camping and it's the perfect size, easy to assemble and sturdy. She's spent plenty of time playing on it during the day without any creaks or groans. I've even sat on it (despite being some 25kg above the recommended weight) and it didn't complain! The only negative which is of no consequence to me is that when it's packed up it's a bit heavy. As we drive to our camp grounds that's not an issue but if you were planning on hiking with it that may be a factor to consider.

- Bellevue Hill

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