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Quax Cotbed with Naturalmat organic mattress (70 x 140 cm), ?30


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Quax cotbed that fits 140 x 70 mattress (mattress included too). ?30 for both. Can potentially deliver locally in SE22 and surrounding postcodes (within 10 min drive).


Here is a link to the same cot but in the smaller 60 x 120 size - it looks like Quax no longer do this model (Marie-Sofie) in the larger cotbed size that I am selling: https://www.quax.eu/en/shop/detail/01014022

3 heights adjustable. Sturdy cot in good used condition, plenty of life left in it.



Mattress: In very good condition, a few very minor marks that are hard to see as was mostly used with mattress protector. Size 140 x 70 cm. From Naturalmat, handmade in Devon from organic materials.


https://www.naturalmat.co.uk/quilted-latex-mat#size=174


Details

Handmade in Devon using organic materials which are naturally breathable and self-ventilating to help baby regulate their body temperature for a comfortable night?s sleep.


- Ideal for babies and growing children


- Natural latex from the rubber tree for a springy core and orthopaedic support


- Organic coir (coconut fibre) for support and breathability


- Organic lambswool for softness and insulation


- Quilted cover for softness and comfort


- Removable machine washable cotton cover (60?C) in cot and cotbed size*


- Cotton mattress cover with an OEKO-TEX? certified hypoallergenic treatment to protect against bed bugs, dust mites, mosquitos and moths


- Chemical free, non-toxic and naturally fire retardant.


- 5 year manufacturers guarantee


- Complies with all standards (BS7177, BS 1877 Part 10 & BS 5852-2:1982)


- Free delivery in 2 - 5 working days for standard sizes and 10 working days for made to measure sizes


- Approx depth 11cm (cot/cotbed size) and 14cm (small single/single/long single size)

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