Mamas and Papas Classic Travel Cot Reviews
Product Type: Mamas & Papas furniture
Description:Brand: Mamas & Papas / Type: Cots
Newest Review: ... is used as a sleeve to enclose the folded cot so that it is secure inside the bag and doesn't immediately try to unfold when ... more
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Customer Mamas and Papas Classic Travel Cot Reviews (21)
by - written on 17/01/13 (Very useful, 97 readings)
Here's my review of the Mamas and Papas Classic Travel Cot, which I've owned for 18 months now. **What is it?** The Mamas and Papas Classic Travel Cot is a foldable, transportable cot for use with your baby when travelling. **Price and Availability** The price seems to vary dependent on sales, however I paid £39.99 for ours 18 months ago and it seems to waver around this price. Yes, you can get cheaper travel cots but I wanted something to last and I trusted the Mamas & Papas branding. **Looks** I didn't want a bright pink or blue travel cot, but the only other colour I could find in a sub £50 travel ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/05/01, updated on 19/05/01 (Very useful, 5210 readings)
This travel cot is just what I was looking for. It’s lightweight (just under 8kg), very easy to erect and fold, and quite compact in size. Until now we’ve always been able to borrow a travel cot from a relative, but theirs is now getting a bit ropey and old so we thought it was time to get our own. I checked on dooyoo first and couldn’t find any opinions on this one, but with it being on special offer at kiddicare.com for just £39.99 (no p&p charge) I decided it was worth going for. When you take the travel cot out of the bag, it is wrapped up in it’s base/mattress and holds together with strong velcro straps. You undo those and take ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/07/10 (Very useful, 265 readings)
When my daughter was a baby and we travelled i always used her moses basket and hadn't given a thought to what i would do when she outgrew it. On a trip to Wales to see my then partners parents, i was surprised by a lovely gift from them of the Mamas and Papas travel cot! I was a little overwhelmed as being from the Mamas and Papas store i knew that the cot would have been expensive, little did i know just how much it was until i got home and checked the internet. I think it is so important to have a good quality travel cot as some of the ones on the market are a little flimsy or too hard to sleep on. This one from mamas and papas is just fantastic in every ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/07/11, updated on 02/07/11 (Very useful, 98 readings)
- In my experience - My husband picked this up a few months ago as we were borrowing quite a lovely cot from a friend and needed something to plug the gap quickly - it was right after Christmas so hopefully you can understand that ;). We hummed and hawed over what to buy and as we have an Argos near to us it was decided that a travel cot would be a good solution, for the meantime. It would be lightweight and compact to carry home and there would be minimal set-up involved no doubt. - Weight, setting up and over all look of the cot - We settled on the Mama's and Papa's cot at £50 - all the other ones looked rather flimsy and I am going to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/10/08 (Very useful, 661 readings)
my friend bought me a mamas and papas travel cot about 4 years ago now, she decided i needed one for when my daughter stayed at her house... (i was only pregnant at the time!) and i didnt think i would need one but she went out and bought one for just under £70, with a clip on on top changer and baby accessories holder. This present was the best thing i was bought, it has gone through three children and is in fantastic condition and i still use it now! The cot is very easy to put up and down, you take the cot out of the bag, undo the matress which is wrapped around the cot - (holding it together to fit into the bag and be easy to carry) then you pull up the ... Read the complete review
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