BedBox® is the ultimate travel gadget for children from 0 years, all the way up to 6-7 years. It is your ride-on suitcase and inflight bed, in the very same box.
Ride on suitcases is one of the most popular travel gadgets ever made for children, and are sold in millions each year. Kids love them, and parents love them! Why? Because they solve some of the hassles experienced when traveling with small children.
Riding through the big airports on a ride-on suitcase is a fun experience for the children, and solves that part of the travel in a great way. And since most ride on suitcases are made within hand luggage dimensions, the kids are able to bring their favorite items onboard. But what about the part of the journey that you spend in the air? For many parents, the real hassle about traveling starts when entering the aircraft. The children usually gets tired and exhausted during the flight, and many of them need their sleep. However, the sleeping opportunities for children onboard most aircraft's are very limited.
Travel with small children can definitely be a hassle. Especially on the longer flights, where the small ones need their sleep.
One of the benefits with BedBox® is that you have all stuff your child needs during travel, in the very same box! Inside the suitcase, you will find a comfortable mattress, which will be used in "bed-mode". This mattress can also be used as a changing mat. That could come very handy during travel. The entire mattress is of course machine washable.
Within the suitcase there is also sufficient amount of space for other stuff, apart from the mattress, like favorite toys etc. If you want your child to travel with premium "first class", a good tip would be to bring a small blanket.
BedBox® is designed to fit within standard airline hand luggage dimensions, and fits either under the seat in front, or in the overhead locker.
When the aircraft is airborne, and the seatbelt-sign has been switched off, you can easily turn the BedBox® into "bedmode" with help of the unique patent-pending lid. Always use the window seat, so that you don't block the other seats. If you travel with kids under 2 years old that don't have their own seat, we recommend asking staff at checkin or gate if there is any available seats onboard. Our experience is that families with small children are prioritized on these seats.BedBox® is developed with safety and comfort in mind, by people with long experience and knowledge within the travel industry. Even though there is no requirement to have the seatbelt fastened during the cruise portion of the flight, we still recommend attaching the seatbelt under the kids arms when sleeping.
When approaching landing, you easily roll up the mattress, fold the suitcase, and place it either under the seat in front, or in the overhead locker.
The ride-on suitcase feature of BedBox® is something the bigger kids will love! It will definitely come handy at airports, where there is often big distances to walk. If your child gets tired, you can also pull him/her behind you with the carry-strap. And the wheels in front, they are of course pivotable :-)
*Please Note due to the size: This Item ships by itself VIA UPS or USPS based on Best Price.
Please note* The Bed Box is not intended to be purchased as a rental or one time use.
If for some reason you would like to return your order, we will accept returns within 15 days from receipt of order. The Bed Box should be returned unused and in its original condition and packaging for a full refund,less shipping cost.
Is BedBox® FAA/EASA/CASA approved?
The BedBox® does not require a specific approval from the aviation authorities. It is a premium hand luggage dimensioned ride-on suitcase designed to make the travel experience better and more comfortable, and the bed/leg-rest feature should only be used during the cruise portion of the flight. Utilizing the bed/leg-rest feature is the same as some of you might have done before: putting a regular suitcase in front of the seat, with some pillows & blankets on top of it, to make up a comfortable seating.
The FAA (US), EASA (Europe) and CASA (Australia), all base their regulations on ICAO guidelines so that most of the regulations are standardised. Placing a BedBox® in front of the seat to make up a comfortable seating is not a violation of these standard International guidelines and practises, as long as its limitations are respected. These limitations also applies to other products like e.g. FlyeBaby, which is a very popular product for the smallest infants, as well as most baby bassinets which is provided by some airlines. The baby bassinets provided by some airlines will on the other hand be subject to a specific approval since it is a part of the aircraft inventory, but that is another story.