With the Sebra bed, you choose:
- to welcome a Danish-designed generational bed into your home, and into your family.
- to invest in an eco-labelled children’s bed.
- to purchase a bed made from FSC™-certified and other controlled material.
The bed that grows with your child
The JUNO bed was originally known as “the bed that grows with your child” – a slogan that is indeed true, as it was and still is a practical bed with a pull-out function, which allows the bed to be used by your child through several stages of childhood, from baby to junior.
Meanwhile, the height-adjustable base ensures both comfort and safety, and together they create a bed with a long period of use for the benefit of your child, your family and the environment. A bed that has been tested by past generations and future-proofed for the next.
Sebra provides an extended product warranty for the Sebra Bed, Baby & Jr. for a period of 5 years from the date of purchase. The extended warranty only applies for the eco-labelled beds.
Cleaning & Remarks
- Be aware of the risks associated with open flames and other strong heat sources, e.g., electric heaters, gas stoves, etc. Near the child’s bed.
- Do not use the bed if parts of it are broken, torn, or missing, and use only spare parts approved by the manufacturer.
- Do not leave anything in the bed and do not place the bed close to another product that the child can stand on, or that presents a risk of suffocation or strangulation, e.g., ribbons, cords for curtains/blinds, etc.
- Do not use the bed with more than one mattress.
The slatted side sections must be removed as soon as the child is able to crawl out of bed.
For the sake of your child’s safety, we recommend that you regularly check that all of the screws and bolts are tight, so that the bed cannot come apart. You should also check that there are no loose screws or parts that the child can get caught on or swallow.
Avoid pushing the bed around, as this risks breaking the support legs (B). Always lift the bed if you need to move it.
Important! The lowest base setting is the safest. The base should always be moved to the lowest position as soon as the child is old enough to sit up.
Important! The support beams (part I) must be removed before you use the bed in its lowest position. The slatted side sections must be removed as soon as the child is able to crawl out of bed. Many parents will want to stall a bit and keep the slatted sides on for longer, as removing them also means less control. However, for safety reasons, they must be removed when the child is able to climb out.
Avoid overtightening, as this will cause permanent marks on the surface.
A generational bed that grows with your child
The raised bed base makes it easier to lift your baby up from the bed and lay him/her in the bed. The raised bed base makes it easier for you to pick up your child safely and securely, and to better support your baby’s head and neck when placing them down on the bed. This is thanks to the short distance to the bed base – which is both safer for the child and better for your back.
The lowered base and the bed’s distinctive slatted sides and headboards provide safety for your child during his/her first year of life, and ensure that your child cannot roll out when he/she begins to move more, sit or stand upright. The slats of the bed have been cut at the bottom to create a slope, which means that your child cannot get a foothold and climb/fall over the edge of the bed.
One day your child will be able to, and will also want to, do things on his/her own, and hopefully you will enjoy the patter of tiny feet in the mornings (and not in the middle of the night) when, for safety reasons, you have removed one or both sides. Around the age of two-and-a-half, many children begin to signal that they do not want to be in a ‘cot’ anymore - some do it earlier - others later. It is important to look for these signs so that the sides can be taken off before your child attempts to do so on his/her own.
This stage is suitable for the child who has reached a certain length and needs more space. The timing of this stage depends on the child’s length and sleep pattern. Many parents pull the bed out to the junior bed size when the child is 3-4 years of age.