Basic camp bed down to £12 @ Halfords
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Basic camp bed down to £12 @ Halfords

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Found 14th May
Was looking for cheap camp beds for the kids for an up coming camping trip and found that £15 was about the cheapest at most places. Then noticed that Halfords have them marked down to £12 each. Bargain.



Halfords 4 Leg Camping Bed Extra Info


  • Lightweight, easy to assemble design


  • Complete with carry bag for easy transportation and storage


  • Assembled size: 180cm x 60cm x 18cm (LxWxH)


  • Maximum weight limit is 100kg
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I wouldn't recommend these for adults, had a couple and the legs distort when used, probably best for children or small adults only
Putting these together is a real pain........ you get all 4 “legs” in turn it over then 1 pops out, get them all back in then another pops out

Agreed only good for kids or supermodels
Agree not really suitable for adults, the legs are flimsy and can move when you get on it and the beds are not comfy also you need to wrap a good sleeping bag or blankets around you as even though you are off ground it can be freezing.
TylerDurdenUK52 m ago

I wouldn't recommend these for adults, had a couple and the legs distort …I wouldn't recommend these for adults, had a couple and the legs distort when used, probably best for children or small adults only



Yeah, I have a decent one for me and the Mrs. But for a 5 and a 3 year old we figured we could not really go wrong at this price point.
Just what I needed, thanks for posting OP.
i have one of these and prefer it to an airbed for an occasional night when needed. I'm over 15 stone by the way.
We got these a couple of years ago from halfords. They were reduced to £5 at the end of the season but I wouldn’t recommend them even for children. As a regular camper in my opinion airbeds are much more comfortable.
These are crap. So are airbeds. Get a decent quality camp bed like an Outwell posadas and stick a self inflating mat on top. Sorted
It looks really uncomfortable.
Wow what a bunch of glampers! What we do is book the nearest Premier Inn, then drag their mattress out down to our campsite, much better than air beds, camp beds or memory foam rollmats...
These have never been properly sold for £24. I bought four for a fiver each and they average between £10 and £15. They are very tiresome to build and take longer than the tent to put up. I would not recommend these.
I brought one of these to the Reading festival and can tell you it's sturdy enough. I was getting jiggy with every shape and size on it... doggy-style was a bit of a challenge on it mind you..!
Edited by: "cabbage" 16th May
mart32115th May

These are crap. So are airbeds. Get a decent quality camp bed like an …These are crap. So are airbeds. Get a decent quality camp bed like an Outwell posadas and stick a self inflating mat on top. Sorted


Really - what a pointless post.
You are recommending buying a 60 quid bed when these a fifth of the price.
So post a deal on Outwell camp beds then, rather than posting on this deal.
mart32115th May

These are crap. So are airbeds. Get a decent quality camp bed like an …These are crap. So are airbeds. Get a decent quality camp bed like an Outwell posadas and stick a self inflating mat on top. Sorted


I use an airbed and i find them fantastic, especially the inti self inflatables with built in pump.. I might add Millits have one type for under which i just bought (a single) and I tried it in the living room and it is well worth the money. Much better than this one.
Edited by: "BeerGoggles" 16th May
meggie_dude4 h, 1 m ago

Really - what a pointless post. You are recommending buying a 60 quid bed …Really - what a pointless post. You are recommending buying a 60 quid bed when these a fifth of the price.So post a deal on Outwell camp beds then, rather than posting on this deal.



I found it useful. I camp a lot and wouldn't mind spending £40 (single Posadas) on a decent bed - but sadly that Outwell looks too tall for my tent.
I used to sleep on one of these when we went away in the caravan when I was a kid. DONT BUY IF YOU GET SEA SICK!!!
I'm making my own camping bunks for my T5 and was going to name my own bedding/hammock section out of fabric.
These look like they'll save me the time & effort.
Is one end where the poles insert sewn up & can it be unpicked?
I need for the poles to go through both ends to sit on my brackets.
Rob_Deeley2 h, 1 m ago

I'm making my own camping bunks for my T5 and was going to name my own …I'm making my own camping bunks for my T5 and was going to name my own bedding/hammock section out of fabric.These look like they'll save me the time & effort. Is one end where the poles insert sewn up & can it be unpicked?I need for the poles to go through both ends to sit on my brackets.


Just had a look, yes, you could unpick it.
david_robinson9448 m ago

Just had a look, yes, you could unpick it.


Superb.
Do you have this model then mate?
How wide are the openings? Would a 26mm diameter pole pass through them?
meggie_dude10 h, 56 m ago

Really - what a pointless post. You are recommending buying a 60 quid bed …Really - what a pointless post. You are recommending buying a 60 quid bed when these a fifth of the price.So post a deal on Outwell camp beds then, rather than posting on this deal.


Outwell posadas single appears to be £35 current best online price from wowcamping, so your miles out there meggie_dude. As a seasoned camper ive tried most combinations and i know many proper campers will agree that this is one of the most comfortable setups you can have.so i dont see what the issue is with passing this knowledge on? But sure this is a completely pointless post, unlike your post which passed on no useful information whatsoever
meggie_dude16th May

Really - what a pointless post. You are recommending buying a 60 quid bed …Really - what a pointless post. You are recommending buying a 60 quid bed when these a fifth of the price.So post a deal on Outwell camp beds then, rather than posting on this deal.


It's very useful info for someone wondering if £12 gets you a decent camp bed or if you need to spend a bit more. From the comments on here spending a bit more seems the way to go.
Martin8813 h, 13 m ago

It's very useful info for someone wondering if £12 gets you a decent camp …It's very useful info for someone wondering if £12 gets you a decent camp bed or if you need to spend a bit more. From the comments on here spending a bit more seems the way to go.


I suppose it all depends on ones requirements. I simply wanted two cheap camp beds for a toddler and a 4 year old.

For my requirements these were absolutely fine, I was able to assemble both in 5 minutes with none of the issues that others highlighted.

When it comes to the camp bed I use for myself I’d never use one of these, far too narrow etc for a 6”3 adult who weighs 18 stone!

I think the slightly annoyed comments come from people who perceive that others might be down voting a deal based on the type of bed as opposed to the price for said bed.
Edited by: "david_robinson94" 19th May
Rob_Deeley16th May

Superb. Do you have this model then mate?How wide are the openings? Would …Superb. Do you have this model then mate?How wide are the openings? Would a 26mm diameter pole pass through them?


Sorry for my delayed response, wanted to check the bed. I believe that should you unpick the end you should be able to slide in a 2.6cm roundpoll.

Yes, I have his one.
david_robinson948 h, 2 m ago

Sorry for my delayed response, wanted to check the bed. I believe that …Sorry for my delayed response, wanted to check the bed. I believe that should you unpick the end you should be able to slide in a 2.6cm roundpoll.Yes, I have his one.


I managed to pick up 2 locally for £3 & £4.
They fit my purpose perfectly and make perfect bunks for my T5
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