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Regalo Bed Rail Overview
Regalo Hide Away Bed Rails are specifically designed to protect children or toddlers by not letting them fall out of bed due to rapid movement. Manufactured out of steel, the Regalo bed rail bar has three length options to choose from; keeping children safe while sleeping. The 43-inch model (Regalo 4010HD) is available in both a Standard model and Double Sided bed rail model (Regalo 6010HD), giving you the ultimate choice in how to set up bed safety. The Regalo Extra Long Bed Rail (Regalo 5010HD) is 56-inches long and adds a little more length and can fit easily underneath a queen-sized mattress. The XL Hideaway Bed Rail 56-inch model is extra wide in order to fit longer beds or accommodate sleepers who move around a lot. WThe Regalo Rail comes in a standard white color and the cover is completely machine washable. The rail does not require any tools for assembly and is certified by the JPMA. It also meets the standards set by the ASTM.
Safety studies regarding injuries to children find that "Falls [are] the leading cause of injury, and the head was the most frequently injured body part."1 Innovations to help prevent fall injuries to children from falling out of bed include bedside safety bars. Bed rails "are products with a vertical panel that rests against the side of the bed to prevent children from falling out of adult-sized beds."2 The design or the bed rails are to help prevent falls from bed and to prevent entrapment or entanglement with the safety rail device. Fabric covers the durable, all metal frame of the rails to prevent entrapment. The frame extends under the mattress and above the box springs to secure them to the bed. Each Regalo rail can be tucked away under the bed after usage thanks to their Glide Trac System, easily allowing your child to hop out of bed. Each Regalo bed rail can fit under a mattress up to 20 inches thick and is able to extend to either 43 or 56 inches, depending on the rail model.
Hide Away Bed Rail
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Regalo Hideaway Single Sided Bed Rail Product Components
- One Mesh Wall
- One Right Upper Support Bar
- One Left Upper Support Bar
- One Right Bottom Support Bar
- One Left Bottom Support Bar
- One Right Swing Lock and Strap Assembly
- One Left Swing Lock and Strap Assembly
Regalo Hideaway Double Sided Bed Rail Components
- Two Mesh Walls
- Two Right Upper Support Bars
- Two Left Upper Support Bars
- Two Right Bottom Support Bars
- Two Left Bottom Support Bars
- One Right Guide Arm Assembly
- One Left Guide Arm Assembly
Product Features and Benefits
- Able to Attach to Thick Mattresses
- Perfect for Keeping Rolling Toddlers in Place
- Made Completely out of Steel for Added Durability
- Three Lengths to Choose From to Get the Right Fit
- Extends to Cover up to Three-Quarters of the Bed
- Comes in Standard White Color to Match Any Decor
- Fits Under Thick Mattresses For Ultimate Flexibility
- Machine Washable Cover Makes it More Durable and Flexible
- Product Numbers: 4010, 5010, 6010.
- Rail Height: 18 or 20 Inches
- Available Lengths: 43 or 56 Inches
- Compatibility: Twin Beds up to Queen Sized
- Material: All Metal Frame and Fabric Cover
- Color: White
- Cover: Machine Washable
- Manufacturer: Regalo
- Warranty: Limited 90-Day
- For use with children between the ages of 2 and 7 years.
- For use with children who roll out of bed, falling to the floor.
- Do not use these safety rails with children younger than 2-years old. Use only with children who are 2-years and older who can get in and out of an adult bed without assistance. A study published in JAMA discusses numerous "dangers associated with placing children younger than 2 years to sleep in adult beds."3 It is best to keep this age group in cribs until 2-years old or until they start climbing out of the crib.
- Do not use these rails on a bunk bed, water bed, inflatable mattress bed, or on a toddler bed.
- Use this product only on adult-size beds ranging from twin to queen size.
- Use the rail only with a box spring and mattress combination.
- Do not attempt to use two separate bed rails (4010 or 5010) on a single bed. These two-bed rails will not function properly in an attempt to double them and maybe a safety hazard. A bed requiring bed rails on both sides of a single bed should use the Regalo Double Sided Bed Rail (6010).
- Do not use these rails in place of a crib.
- Do not use unless the bed rail is tight against the mattress. There should be no gaps between the rail and the mattress. There must be a gap of at least 9-inches between the headboard and footboard.
Bed Rail Instructions
Safety Rail Assembly
- Mesh Wall
- Right Upper Support Bar
- Left Upper Support Bar
- Right Bottom Support Bar
- Left Bottom Support Bar
- Right Guide Arm Assembly
- Left Guide Arm Assembly
Hiding the Bed Rail
Product Care and Maintenance
Check periodically for signs of wear, damage, or missing safety items. Replace any missing, worn, or damaged components. Ensure all hardware and mountings are tight and secure. Use warm water and a mild detergent on a sponge or soft cloth to clean. Do not use bleach or abrasive cleaners.
Regalo International will replace or repair at their discretion any item that fails within 90-days of purchase because of a defect in the manufacturer’s workmanship, assembly, or quality of materials. The warranty applies to the original purchaser for non-commercial use only. The product failure must not be a result on any unreasonable use or conditions of non-maintenance.
Manuals and Documents
- Instructions for 4010 provides details for using this product.
- User Manual offers setup and care information.
Bedrail Review Video (0.59 minutes)
Assembly Video (4.01 minutes)
4010 Installation Video (1.36 minutes)
6010 Installation Video (1.38 minutes)
- 1 Chowdhury, Risana T. Nursery product-related injuries and deaths among children under age five. Washington, DC: US Consumer Product Safety Commission, 2009. (Last Accessed July-31-2020)
- 2 Novak, Bonnie B. "HUMAN FACTORS CONTRIBUTIONS TO CONSUMER PRODUCT SAFETY." Contemporary Ergonomics and Human Factors 2014: Proceedings of the international conference on Ergonomics & Human Factors 2014, Southampton, UK, 7-10 April 2014. CRC Press, 2014. Page 177 (Last Accessed July-31-2020
- 3 Nakamura, Suad, Marilyn Wind, and Mary Ann Danello. "Review of hazards associated with children placed in adult beds." Archives of pediatrics & adolescent medicine 153.10 (1999): 1019-1023.. CRC Press, 2014. Page 177 (Last Accessed July-31-2020)
- Lyons, Thomas J., and R. Kim Oates. "Falling out of bed: a relatively benign occurrence." Pediatrics 92.1 (1993): 125-127. (Last Accessed July-31-2020)
- Haasbeek, Jeffrey F. "Lower extremity compartment syndrome resulting from a toddler's bed." Pediatrics 102.6 (1998): 1474-1474. (Last Accessed July-31-2020)
- Kuhn, Brett R., and Joe Borgenicht. The Toddler Owner's Manual. Vol. 4. Quirk Books, 2005. (Last Accessed July-31-2020)
- Cole, Kelly A., and Sara Gable. "Protecting children from unintentional injuries (2002)." (2002). (Last Accessed July-31-2020)
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