- Worked well for me while camping for a week. Slept comfortably. Did however have a thermolite type inflatable sleeping mat which I put on top. Was advised to do this by a friend to keep the cold from coming upwards. A silver reflective sheet might work as well.
- Was advised in the shop that putting the legs in was a bit awkward and would agree. Basically you have to slot a multi part tube down both sides of the material and then put the legs into holes in the tubes. Lining the holes in the tubes up is a little tricky although you can insert the leg to do this. Once the leg is in one side you have to apply quite a lot of force to compress the leg assembly to get it in the other side. Having said this I did it in about 10 mins having had a trial run at home first. But you do need a bit of strength. But the bed was comfortable and it was worth the effort !
Published on: 24 August 2015