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38 of 38 found the following review helpful:
Great product Aug 13, 2007
By Shelly Campbell
Great product. We love it on the blow up mattress and in a hotel room. My only complaint is I thought we were getting two for that price and was a little disappointed when only one arrived in the mail. The pictures shows two and I feel it is somewhat deceiving.
23 of 23 found the following review helpful:
worked for my convertable crib/toddler bed! Apr 26, 2007
I purchased this product because I had a crib that converted to a toddler bed, but it didn't come with any kind of railing to keep my little guy from falling out. Since the toddler bed uses the crib mattress, I was a little concerned about the large size of the bolster--it covers the entire length of the mattress--but my son figured out how to climb right over it to get into and out of bed. It does pop off the mattress sometimes when he is getting in or out, but it isn't too difficult to strap it back on when I tuck him in. I couldn't find any other kind of railing that fit my son's bed, so the BedBugz saved me from just having to pile pillows on the floor next to the bed.
51 of 60 found the following review helpful:
DO NOT BUY! Safety Hazard Jan 15, 2009
By Renee M. Petersam
This product is a safety hazard. I thought this was the greatest invention until last night. My daughter woke up screaming and when I went into her room, she had fallen out of bed and was tangled in the elastic strap. It was wrapped around her neck and arm. Thank the Lord she was ok. I am returning the item today.
15 of 16 found the following review helpful:
Can't replace a true bed rail Jul 30, 2007
By Sara's mommy
I didn't have the same luck with this as everyone else did. My daughter kept slidding under this. I thank God she was only sleeping on a low bed because she fell out twice before I removed it. You need a lot of room in a bed for this to possibly work. It might work better if the middle was secured to the bed which is does not.
I don't think I will use it again. It was a waste of money. And definately a risk for children in normal height beds.
A portable bed rail is much safer.
9 of 9 found the following review helpful:
No other options Sep 27, 2007
By C. Sichta
I was a little disappointed to find that only one bolster comes in a package. I think it's really pricey to pay $40 for one in flatable plastic tube with a thin cotton cover. Anyway I went ahead and ordered another one just because I haven't found in other portable options for keeping a toddler in a bed. This one deflates flat so it's very easily packable. On our vacation my 2 yr. old son did stay in the bed but I'm not sure that it was the Bed Bugz that kept him there. One night I checked on him and the bolster was hanging off the side of the bed. He is able to kick it off with his legs. If he actually lays correctly on the bed I think it works ok but once they get turned 90 degress it's easy to move off. Then if they happen to spin back around they have no bolster protecting them from falling off. It would make more sense to me to have the strap go around the width of the mattress not the length of the mattress. However, I'm not planning on returning it because I haven't found any better options and it's better than nothing. I'll just have to continually check on it.
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