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Cam-o-bunk

Disc-O-Bed is a brand that specializes in extreme sleeping solutions, their clever and versatile Cam-O-Bunk is a portable bunk bed system that fits 2 people and maximizes precious floor space in your tent. The portable, compact and strong cot system is fully collapsible and requires no tools or screws for assembly, it can be assembled as a bunk, as a couch/bench or as two separate cots. It also includes two handy side panels for storing personal items. watch the video

Available in Europe here




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