Koo-di 80 x 50 x 58 cm Sun and Sleep Pop Up Travel Bassinette

Summering and this pop-up bassinet is the perfect accessory for your days out on family adventures! perfect for holidays and staying away overnight, the pop-up bubble travel bassinet is quick and easy to use, and will quicklye an essential part of your childs homes away from home!the bassinet conveniently folds intopact carry bag when not in use, weighing less than 1kg. Made from polycotton with a removable canopy, es complete with a padded mattress and an integrated zip-up mosquito net. The sun & sleep cot features its own zip-up blackout and sun blinds, making it stand out from all of the other pop up travel cots available! the sun blinds block out 93% of all uva and uvb rays. The cotes in a gorgeous star print design, placed upon on a neutral cream background. The pop-up bubble travel bassinet is suitable for use from birth to approximately 6 months or when your baby can sit unaided. Durable and convenient, you should never leave home without the pop-up travel bubble travel bassinet!

Product Features

  • A comfortable bassinette ideal for use at home and on holidays or weekends away
  • A polycotton travel bassinette
  • Ideal up to 6 months or until baby can sit unaided
  • Quick and easy to use
  • Measures 80 cm length by 50 cm width by 58 cm height

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2 Responses to Koo-di 80 x 50 x 58 cm Sun and Sleep Pop Up Travel Bassinette

  1. JimJams says:

    Brilliant piece of kit Bought this for our little one to nap in during the day when we took her to Thailand on holiday at 2.5 months old. Such a good investment. Folds up and can be packed into v small bag, is lightweight, and baby loves it. Can hang toys from the sides if not too heavy. It has become slightly misshapen with all the folding/squashing it into the bag but this doesn’t affect the usability. The mattress is a bit on the thin side but we have an oval mattress from another cot that fits perfectly so just…

  2. lydia thompson says:

    Good buy I was under the impression that ‘pop-up’ meant exactly that. I expected to remove an elastic strap and have it jump into shape, like lots of kids tents. That’s not the case!Pop-up really means ‘can be assembled’. There is a pop-up frame for horizontal strength, but it won’t stand up until you insert a number of metal rods into the sides of the product. This means that for all practical purposes, it isn’t really pop-up. We could flat pack it for holiday travel, but at the hotel we…