Worlds Apart Thomas & Friends My First Ready Bed Reviews
Product Type: Worlds Apart furniture
Description:Brand: Worlds Apart / Type: Beds / An ideal ready to use bed that can is also portable, practical, comfortable and most importantly FUN The ready bed is an ideal transition from travel cot to bed. It is a fully portable inflatable bed which has a soft cover ... more
Worlds Apart Thomas & Friends My First Ready Bed ... on the top of it. Its ideal for those nights at nannies or at a friends house and is especially good for the holidays as it packs away into its own travel bag The bed also comes with its own pump so it only takes a moment to inflate it and your ready for bed Size Length 135cm, Width 71cm The bed has a soft machine washable cover The bed comes with soft integral bed head and side bolsters for extra comfort and safety. Pump and carry bag included. Suitable from 2 years.
Newest Review: ... younger child rolling out, and a cover that removed for when you get those inevitable wet beds with children of this age, ... more
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Customer Worlds Apart Thomas & Friends My First Ready Bed Reviews (8)
by - written on 12/09/13 (Very useful, 115 readings)
We bought two of these Thomas beds for my two sons back when my youngest was 2 and my eldest was nearly 4. At the time we were travelling quite frequently down to London to stay at the grandparents house, and we also thought that these would be ideal when we stayed in other locations like centre parcs. My youngest was too big for most travel cots or cots by this stage, and my eldest wasn't really used to sleeping in high single beds due to him having a cot bed at home, and I thought that these looked a very good solution to the problem. Ready beds are essentially inflatable beds that come with attached covers. In this case the design of this bed is that you ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/08/10 (Very useful, 50 readings)
As I had previously had such a great experience with my daughters Winnie the Pooh bed. I knew when the time came for my son to move from cot to bed, I would buy another ready bed in as this method had been so succesful with my daughter. My son loves Thomas the Tank engine. I was not really pleased with his choice as his nursery was decorated in Winnie the Pooh. I was worried that the design of this bed would clash against the Winnie the Pooh colours and decor. However, I decided to go ahead and get this bed as I knew my son would simply love this Thomas designed bed. I also thought it would boost his confidence and make him feel older as the Winnie ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/06/09 (Very useful, 130 readings)
The ready bed has only been around a few years. IT is basically a sleeping bag that is attached to an air bed and is available in a wide variety of designs. My Son is a great fan of Thomas although he will no longer watch the TV program he still loves the toys and games connected with him. I managed to pick him up a Thomas the tank engine ready bed from a car boot for £3.50. It is currently available from Argos for £32.29 so I felt I got a real bargain. I washed the covers at 40◦C and aired it on the line. It came out bright and new. I rolled it back into the storage bag and put it away until our holiday as I thought it would be ideal for ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/04/12 (Very useful, 76 readings)
My son loves Thomas so when he has his cousins over for a sleepover he wanted a bed for them so he did not have to share his. So we went and brought this from Argos for around £30 which I thought was a little expensive but 1 it is Thomas the tank engine and 2 it is basically an air bed and a sleeping bag all in one so it seemed worth it. The ready bed comes with a hand and foot pump for blowing it up this does not sit well in the whole and is pretty much useless but we already have an electric pump and it only took all of two minutes to fully inflate with this. It is fairly easy to inflate and the plug wits well to make sure the air does not escape. Once ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/09/13 (Very useful, 40 readings)
We went on holiday to center parcs earlier in the year and were a bit concerned about the sleeping arrangements for my son who, at the time had just turned two. He was just getting used to sleeping in his toddler bed at home so we were not confident about putting him in the single bed in our accommodation and he was now too big for a cot. Looking for a happy medium, we came across these ready beds in toys r us one day and decided to have a look online to find out more about them. After a bit of research, we opted for a Thomas bed from Worlds Apart. Of all the characters that they did, this was by far the one he had shown most interest in. We purchased one ... Read the complete review
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