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BabyHub SleepSpace multi-use travel cot

BabyHub SleepSpace multi-use travel cot

BabyHub SleepSpace multi-use travel cot

 

  • Travel cot to use in the home or when out and about with full size base.
  • It comes with a full length mosquito net cover, elasticated around the middle, and because it fits over the top frame, baby can sit, sleep, play and stand with the net in place
  • Included is a cotton canvas tepee cover! Just drape over the top, fold back the fabric barrier and unzip the door to convert travel cot to play tepee. Good for the environment! Reduce – reuse - recycle.
  • It weighs only 6 kg so is easy to carry from place to place. 
  • Also comes with its own stylish carry bag 
  • Includes an extra padded mat to provide a thick, seam-free base for comfort sleeping. This mat is a standard size so fits easily available travel cot sheets. 
  • Simple to set up, fold up and move, even while carrying a baby! 
  • The strong pyramid shape is steady and secure. 
  • There is a low zipped door which opens to floor level and provides easy access/space for baby to crawl in and out, so no need to strain your back or struggle after a caesarean section. 
  • Mesh down to floor level for easy breathing and great visibility
  • Fabric barriers around all sides at the base prevent knocks to baby from outside. 
  • The Babyhub SleepSpace travel cot can be used from new-born and up until the age of around three or when baby can climb out.   
  • Mat: 67cm x 94 cm x 2cm (3.2 cm when positioned on top of padded base of SleepSpace). 
  • Available in four bright shades - Pebble, Kiwi, Ruby or Tangerine
  • Assembled 96 cm x 117 cm x 120 cm. 
  • Folded in bag: 30 cm x 94 cm x 28 cm
  • Best Travel Cot Silver 2018 Made for Mums Awards, Loved by Children Best Baby Bed Platinum Award 2018, Loved by Children Tried and Tested Award 2018, European Product Design Award 2017

In the box: multi-use travel cot – mosquito net cover – extra padded mat – tepee cover - manual - stylish carry bag

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