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Mothercare Bedside Co-sleeper Cot. Birth to 2 years. ?45

Anna H

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Mothercare Bedside Cot. Good condition.

H:106cm W66cm D:127cm

Fits standard size cot mattress i.e. 60cm x 120cm

8-position mattress base, so lots of adjustability to find the right height to fit with your bed.

Drop-down side mechanism pulls out and stores neatly underneath, so the cot can be used as a proper co-sleeping bedside cot, from birth to approximately 2 years old, which is totally brilliant for extended breastfeeding.

Find a review of the cot here:


I think the wheels of the cot are missing, but they're not at all necessary. And I might be able to find them.

All other parts, screws etc are intact.

The photos are not of this cot - it is currently dismantled and stored away. If you're properly interested, I'm happy to take the cot out and photograph the pieces separately.

Little Green Sheep organic cot mattress available if desired. Price negotiable.

Collection from Nunhead.

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