Step2 Corvette Bed Toddler to Twin with Lights
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- Sturdy dresser with realistic tool chest styling
- Includes Corvette decals for customization which may vary
- Coordinates with the step 2 Corvette bed (821500) and Corvette storage chest (824400) both sold separately for an exciting room theme
- Durable poly construction wipes clean easily and lasts for years
- Minimal adult assembly required
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Corvetter racing bed features tap on head lights, silver rims realistic decals, built in track to use and a toddler (crib) mattress.
From the Manufacturer
Designed to look like a real sports car, the Step2 Corvette Bed with Lights revs up bedtime. This fully functional bed comes with Corvette decals and has detailed silver rims and working LED headlights that turn on and off with a tap. The bedframe accommodates either a crib mattress or a twin mattress, so it will grow with your car lover from toddlerhood through childhood (mattresses and bedding sold separately).
Realistically Designed After the Corvette Z06
Officially licensed by GM and made in the USA, the Step2 Corvette Bed is realistically modeled after the Corvette Z06. The sleek, contoured frame is highlighted by custom Corvette decals and silver rims for authentic detailing, and it is constructed of durable polyethylene for easy cleaning and longevity.
Working LED Headlights
Like a real car, the Corvette Bed features working LED headlights. The battery-powered headlights are easy to turn on and off with a simple tap and can be used for play, for reading, or as a nightlight.
To conserve battery life, the lights automatically turn off after 15 minutes.
Accommodates a Toddler or Twin Mattress
The Corvette Bed is able to accommodate a toddler (crib) mattress for children as young as two years old. When the toddler mattress is in place, a built-in race track is accessible for added fun.
To accommodate older children, the bed easily converts to support a twin mattress (mattresses and bedding not included).
Assembling the Corvette Bed
Putting the Corvette Bed together requires the effort of at least one adult and takes approximately one hour to complete. Thanks to the straightforward instructions with detailed pictures, the large yet lightweight components are easy to assemble.
The assembled bed measures 24 by 50 by 97 inches (H x W x D) and weighs 125 pounds.
What's in the Box
Step2 Corvette Bed with Lights (Red), decal sheet, and instruction manual.
Corvette Bed with Lights
At a Glance:
- Realistically modeled after the Corvette Z06
- Features silver rims and custom Corvette decals
- Working LED headlights automatically turn off after 15 minutes
- Can accommodate a toddler (crib) or twin mattress
- 2 to 10 years
- Four AAA batteries (not included)
- Philips screwdriver
Most helpful customer reviews on Amazon.com
Few reasons we liked it off the bat.
1.) It's adjustable. He could start with his crib mattress, and when he outgrows that we can change him to a twin size. This should make this bed last for years while he grows up. Who knows maybe 9-10 and this will still be functional.
2.) How much cooler can it be? He loves the lights in the front. We read his books to him in front of the car each night before he goes to bed.
3.) It's super durable since it's the hard Step2 plastic throughout.
It's a bed first and foremost, so it does what it's intended to do. I am sure any kid would love it, and of course dad does too.
It really looks cool in the middle of his room. I expect it to last a long time, and may even have resale value when the time comes for him to move onto a real bed.
The only bad part about this was the packaging of the stickers that need to go on. They were just thrown in the box in a bag, and had gotten all wrinkled and unusable. A quick call however to Step2 customer support and they sent out a new batch right away. Small inconvenience but the company took care of me.
Price is higher then the little tikes beds, but this is much bigger and definitely looks MUCH nicer. Would recommend to anyone who has a son who is into Cars. We paired the bed with Cars and Cars2 themed items and it matches great.
The bad: The assembly is terrible. Many of the screw locations were not primed to drill, meaning there was no hole. I had to make a hole myself with a power drill. Also, the wheel wells are fragile, so they bend significantly. Attaching the wheels is a nightmare. I have superglue all over my fingers. Terrible, terrible construction quality.
The Ugly: Because the wheels are so fragile, they wobble, and the bed feels cheaper than it should. The plastic construction could have been half the price. In addition, a single mattress sits on top of the plastic exterior, not the slats (wooden boards), so there is a dip, or gap, between the mattress and the support, which is awkward even for a child. It really is a piece of s***. Honestly, I would not order this again. The lights are a nice touch, but they do not make up for the flimsy materials.
Bought it for my son's 3rd birthday, and he went absolutely bananas over it.
The two LED headlights are a simple "tap-on/off," the decals and stickers are pretty fun to apply, and the whole bed converts to a twin as your child gets older, so you get some longevity out of it.
My only point of concern was the instructions lacking recommendation of proper tools. Personally, I want to meet the guy who can assemble this with just a screwdriver. I highly suggest a battery drill with Phillips head drive.
Aside from that, some of the alignment holes aren't pre-drilled (or even visible on some pieces), so you really have to watch your alignment of the parts as you drill.
Other than the drilling issue, the bed was pretty simple to assemble for two people, and my son's reaction was completely worth the effort.
...now if I can only get him to stop playing with the headlights and go to bed...
The side bolsters by the window are nice because they keep my son from falling out of bed, but they make it SOOOO uncomfortable for me to sit on the edge of his bed to soothe him before bed or during the night. They are right where you need to sit and there is no way to avoid them.
My son loves the nightlights and I love that they automatically turn off after ten minutes so that it doesn't waste batteries.
I kind of wish we had gone with a standard bedframe with a headboard because we read in his bed before bedtime and it would be much more comfortable to have a headboard to lean against.
But, when all is said and done...my son loves the bed and is excited to jump into it; so it'll stay!