Friday, December 15, 2017

Get Out There With Disc-O-Bed!



Disclosure: I received the item above at no cost to facilitate this review. All opinions are my own.

 You can tell from the picture above just who loves the outdoors more. I've always had a love of nature and adventure. My husband, on the other hand, has learned to love it the longer he's been married to me. It's not so much that Ben doesn't like being outside, he loves that side of the deal, it's leaving all of the creature comforts of home that he's not so fond of. Lucky for him, I've been able to find ways to make roughing it a little more enjoyable. One product that has made camping feel a lot more like home is the Disc-O-Bed!


Disc-O-Bed




Short on space but not on comfort, the modular Disc-O-Bed L equips base camp in style.  Specifically designed with the outdoor enthusiast in mind, it’s the perfect choice for accommodating more sleepers without crowding the tent.


  • Bunk it, bench it, turn it into two cots
  • Rounded frame won’t sink into the ground
  • Organizers for easy access to your gear

UnBoxing The Disc-O-Bed




One thing to keep in mind when using the Disc-O-Bed and considering where to use it is it's weight. At 60 pounds together, this bunk bed is not one you are going to be throwing on your back and using on your next week-long hiking expedition. It is, however, the perfect choice when you are ready to load up yourself, the family, and or some friends for your next camping adventure. Go off for the day to get in some fishing, kayaking, hiking, or whatever Mother Nature can throw at you and come back "home" to your base camp where you can have a dry, off-the-ground place to put your feet up.

 Here's what comes with the Disc-O-Bed (Large):

  • 2 Cots
  • 2 Side Organizers
  • 2 Carry Bags
  • Set of Stack Adapters (2 in each bag)
  • 2 Locking Straps (1 in each bag)

I love how everything (and I do mean everything) needed to set up and utilize the Disc-O-Bed fits into each carrying case. This makes if very transportable, easy to pack up, and perfect for storing.

Setting Up The Disc-O-Bed


 

When setting up the Disc-O-Bed you are essentially putting together two cots which you then easily turn into a bunk bed in one additional step. Ben and I threaded both sets of poles through the end of the cots and secured them with a "wheel" on both ends. The wheels sit snuggly right into the ends of the frame and voila! You have yourself a cot!

 

Repeat with the second cot and now you have two! The versatility of the Disc-O-Bed means that if you don't want to bunk them up, you don't have to. But it is nice to have that option when space is limited!

Time For Bunk Beds!




The Disc-O-Bed's top frame cot has a straighter leg with black "foot plugs" that keeps the cot from sinking in the ground. The first step to transforming your cots into a bunk bed is to take off the foot plugs and insert the stack adapters. Afterwards, the top cot can be lifted and placed on top of the lower cot with the stack adapters fitting securely into the wheels. I know it looks like they could just roll off, but trust me, I was shocked at how tightly the wheel and adapter grips. As an extra measure of safety, Disc-O-Bed provides two locking straps so that the top and bottom bunks can be locked
together.

 

Each bunk can hold up to 500 pounds which means that when camping, not only can I sleep without concern of Ben falling on top of me, but we can both keep plenty of gear and our boots up off the ground. Having been camping in a few places from Wisconsin to Southern Florida, to the mountains of Honduras, I understand the importance of being able to prevent bugs and small critters and reptiles from getting into your gear. You've never really roughed it unless you have had to check your boots every morning for scorpions!

 

Each bunk comes with it's own organizer that attached easily with incredibly strong velcro strips. I was very impressed with the amount of gear each of these organizers held. Plus, they keep everything you could want, while winding down for the night, all within arms reach. These bunk beds might not be your memory foam, king size bed at home, but they are a big step above sleeping on the ground. Combined with a pillow and a warm, fluffy sleeping bag, you're in for one good night's rest!

A Couch For Two (or More!)




On one of our recent overnight bike trips, Ben, myself, and our friends Chris and Tommy were hanging out around the campfire. It was an awesome time of enjoying each other's company but we were all wishing we just had somewhere to sit! We definitely could have used the Disc-O-Bed. The bunks are easily converted to a couch by lifting up one end of the top bunk and pulling it down towards the back end of the bottom bunk. Whether camping with friends, or taking an overnight trip with the kids, having extra seating is always a plus!

 Ben and I found the Disc-O-Bed very easy to assemble and in the world of camping and outdoor gear, a very comfortable place to rest and sleep. With high quality material, from the fabric, to the frame and components you won't have to worry about this bunk wearing out any time soon! Don't let your life go by without experiencing all this big world has to offer. Adventuring doesn't mean you have to leave all your comforts behind. Just get out there; and let Disc-O-Bed take care of the rest! #getoutthere

Click HERE to check out all of the Disc-O-Bed's available.  You can purchase online or find one at your local outdoor retailer. 

Use the code: TOM40 (Offer good until 12/22/17) and receive $40 off your Disc-O-Bed order!

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35 comments:

  1. We'd take it camping at Devils Lake, but I think first we'd probably have a test run and family sleepover in the living room!!

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  2. My son takes the grandchildren camping alot. This would be perfect for them. So much better than sleeping on the ground

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  3. My family likes to go camping, but it's not very comfortable for me to sleep on the ground when I'm pregnant, so this would be great to have!

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  4. We go camping a few times a year and this would be perfect for my kids and to save room in the tent! It would also be fun for slumber parties!

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  5. this is so great! Id love to take it camping or even traveling to familys houses when there arent enough beds

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  6. I would take this with me camping ive always wanted to go with my husband and kiddos

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  7. This would be something useful for a kayaking trip.

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  8. We would take this with us traveling because invariably wherever we stay there aren't enough beds for our family. lol.Specifically though, this would be great for our annual family camp trip.

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  9. I would take my beds to big bear camping.

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  10. We would , of course, use it while camping but also when we visit out of town and there aren't enough beds.

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  11. I'd take my pre=school daughter camping! She likes the idea of camping in the abstract, but not sleeping on the ground where there might be snakes (in her defense, the area where we go to camp and fish is VERY snaky!)

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  12. We go camping a lot during the year at many parks. We could use this in the big tent. And when the kids visit my mom they can use this instead of using so many blankets to make a pallet on the floor.

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  13. I would like to take these camping with my kids, we camp in our backyard, but also travel to places where we could use these!

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  14. I would love to take these awesome beds to Colorado and camp out in the mountains! My son and I would have a BLAST with these! Then when we get back home, my granddaughter could use the couch in her room! haha Happy Holidays everyone!

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  15. My husband is an avid fisherman and we head a little north of us for the salmon run during the early fall. I have camped in a tent in a sleeping bag when it rained for days on end. I would love to have this and be high and dry in the tent.

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  16. These would be fun for my older two kids for camping, but also when we need extra beds when we visit people and have people over.

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  17. besides the trips to camp I would love it to have on hand when ALL the grandkids come to stay. Pallets on the floors now and some of them are getting bigger and want beds.

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  18. We would use it when we have our nieces stop over instead of sleeping on the floor

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  19. I would use them while traveling.

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  20. I would love to use it when camping it looks great to sleep on the kids would love it

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  21. We would take it camping and use it for extra beds in our lake home.

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  22. This would be great to take out camping! Much better than sleeping on the ground for sure. No more wet or cold!

    ellen beck

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  23. I would love to use this when we go camping at the local park.

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  24. I would love to use these to go camping or when visiting family out of town!

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  25. Arkansas and Diamond mining. Arkansas and Crystal hunting. Camping under the tall Pines. Heaven on earth :o)

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  26. I would use this when our family goes out camping. My kids would love it!

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  27. This would be great for the kids when they go camping at the state park.

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  28. This would be so amazing for camping and giving us some more floor space !! I love how portable it is and how easy to setup !!

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  29. I would definitely take the Disc-O-Bed camping with us! This would be SO handy to have for all of our outdoor adventures! I love that you can put it into a couch as well, how cool! :)

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  30. This would be great for camping. It would also come in handy for our museum camp out with my cub scouts

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  31. I would take this camping with my hubby

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  32. This would be perfect for our new house. We have a lot of overnight guest. Also the kids go camping in the back yard during the summer.

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  33. My girlfriend grew up camping and I am NOT a camper but I'd love for us to take our kids camping somewhere!

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  34. We could use these for overnight guests.

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