In stock items ship within 3-7 working days after lockdown is lifted.
There is nothing more important than the health, safety and strength of our beautiful country, which has led to someimportant decisions being made.
Here is everything you need to know.
ONLINE SHOPPING DURING THIS TIME
From Thursday, 26 March South Africa will be in a nationwide lockdown.
According to the government ruling regarding lockdown procedures, we are not allowed to sell non-essential goods until further notice.
You can still select the Quotation Only option at the checkout on our website which will supply you with an invoice with EFT banking details. This quotation will allocate the stock to you which will be on hold for the duration of the lockdown.
Once lockdown is lifted you will have 7 days to pay and activate your order for delivery.
WHAT DOES THIS MEAN FOR YOU?
You won’t be able to pay for orders until further notice.
You will be able to log returns or any exchanges via our ticketing system, but we are extending our returns policies to allow you to return or exchange eligible items after the national lockdown has been lifted.
We will reach out directly to customers with pre-existing orders or returns and keep them informed of the next steps.Our contact centre cannot take calls, but is available. You can still reach us at hello@cleverlittlemonkey and we’ll get back to you within 72 working hours.
Any credit with us will be safe until we’re open for shopping again.
SO, WHAT DO WE DO NOW?
We are using this time to do more research, create more amazing goodies for you to fall in love with, and build on our relationships with you!
In the meantime, we are looking forward to keeping the socialising online, so give us a follow on Instagram & Facebook!
The Adventure Bodie Bunk Bed offers a 3/4 bed below and above.
The Adventure range introduces a new look to the kids bedroom scene, with its warm wooden texture paired with clean white metal legs that are super sturdy. It is ideal for girls and boys of all ages, although top bunks are only really for ages 6 and up.
Bunk beds have always been a firm favourite with kids. Not to mention that with the latest safety standards parents can be assured that there won’t be any snapping ladders and their children’s arms won’t get stuck in between the bedside safety rails. The Adventure Bunk’s solid base boards with metal supports ensure a sleek finish from every angle.
Laminate finish that is durable and scratch resistant
Fits standard SA 3/4 mattress (188cm x 107cm)
(ladder 127cm by 39cm)
Space between top bed and bottom bedside rails: 90cm
Space between top bed and bottom bed on headboard and footboard side: 77cm
Space between bottom bed and floor: 14.5cm
Woodgrain laminated E1 MDF (medium density fibreboard)
White PVC wrap E1 MDF
Do not use a mattress higher than 15cm on the top bunk
This product ships flat pack and requires assembly
The top bed on a bunk bed is not suitable for use by children under the age of 6
Bedding and decor
152.5 x 197 x 174.5 cm
HOW TO USE A BUNK BED
Please note that this product ships flat-pack and requires self-assembly by at least 2 persons
Please follow the assembly instructions carefully -if you do not understand them please contact us or engage the services of an assembly team
Please ensure that all fittings are in place and kept tightened at all times as loose fittings may result in child injury or damage to the furniture
Please be aware of small parts or extra fittings which could be swallowed by small children prior to assembly or plastic bags and other packaging that could suffocate or hurt small children
Do not attempt to move the furniture in an assembled state as structural damage may occur
Be sure to keep all fittings when moving as the same fittings may not be attainable at a later stage
USING A BUNK BED SAFELY:
This product is not intended for use in any other way than indicated on the assembly instructions
Incorrect use, playing, climbing or jumping on this furniture may result in damage to the components or injury to the child
Children must be at least 6 years old before they can use the top bunk
Children should always use the ladder/staircase when getting on or off the top bunk
Only one person should be on the top bunk at a time
Only play under a top bunk bed if the lower space is designed by the manufacturer as a play area
Keep large toys or heavy objects off the top bunk
Never tie anything to the bed as belts, cords, sashes, scarves or ropes can strangle a child
Use guardrails on both sides of the top bunk -the gaps in the guardrails should be 90mm or smaller to prevent strangulation
Guardrails need to extend at least 127mm above the mattress top to prevent kids from rolling off
Check that the mattress foundation is strong and that the right mattress size is used
Keep the top bunk at least 2m away from ceiling fans
Install a night light near the ladder
Do not use the bunk bed or ladder if any parts are damaged or broken
Teach kids how to carefully climb the ladder
Keep bunk beds away from window blinds or curtains with cords – this is to avoid children becoming entangled and possibly strangled
Check regularly to make sure the bed frame is sturdy and free from signs of wear and tear
Put carpet under the bunk bed – research shows that carpet around bunk beds can decrease the risk of head injury from a fall
Keep the area under the bunk bed clear of furniture, toys and other sharp objects
Check for any gaps that may trap fingers, limbs and heads and make sure there are no gaps of between 95mm–230mm anywhere on the bed as these could trap your child’s head
In other words, gaps should be smaller than 95mm so a child’s body can’t fit through or larger than 230mm so a child’s body can fit all the way through
A gap might involve:
the edge of the mattress
the bedposts, mattress slats or other structural parts
any other parts
Most reported injuries from bunk beds are due to:
falls from the top bunk while sleeping or playing
children getting their heads or bodies caught between the mattress and the bed
children becoming trapped between different parts of the bed
strangulation by cords or ropes tied to the bed
injuries from bunk beds are usually worse than injuries from standard beds
cuts are the most common injury, followed by bumps, bruises and broken bones
the head and neck are injured the most
WHAT TO LOOK FOR WHEN CHOOSING A BUNK BED:
When you are choosing a bunk bed for your home, make sure it is sturdy and safe
Purchase a bunk bed that meets the latest safety standards
Check that the bed comes with instructions for assembly and use, and is undamaged (for example, make sure there are no cracks in welds on a metal bed)
Make sure the top bunk has guardrails on all sides, even if the bed will be placed against a wall
You need a guardrail on the wall-side of a bunk bed, unless the bed is permanently attached to the wall (or built into it) or the wall is free of gaps, protrusions or other hazards
Make sure corner posts and ladders do not extend more than 5 millimetres above the guardrails or end panels to reduce risk of clothes being caught
Make sure the ladder is securely attached to the bed and in good condition and never remove it—for any reason!
If replacement parts are needed, only use those from the original manufacturer; never substitute parts from a different bed
Get the right mattress
Make sure your mattress is the correct size and thickness for your model of bunk bed
Check that the mattress fits snugly against all four sides