Jane Babyside Crib Luxe + 4 Piece Bedding set £169.00
The best way to have your baby by your side.
The Babyside co-sleeping crib allows you to sleep with the baby and thus encourage breastfeeding and rest at night.
It is the safest, easiest and most convenient way of sharing the bed with your baby. The telescopic legs and 6 height positions make it easy to fit onto any type of bed. Now you can sleep easy knowing that your baby can enjoy his own space.
Babyside can also be used as a standalone cot, by raising one of the sides. Thanks to the four independent wheels with brake, it is easy to move and it folds up for easy travel. The mattress of the Babyside cot is reclinable, so it can be set to the most comfortable position for the baby. This latest model has even more safety: It incorporates new lateral protection barrier according to EN 1130:2019
Includes 4 Piece Coordinating Bedding.
It includes the duvet, duvet cover which can also be used separately as a blanket, fitted bottom sheet and cushion with cover. All removable and washable.
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The Jané Babyside crib has 6 level positions.
* If the level of the mattress of the Parents bed is even higher than 54cm there is no problem, however we would recommend the limit of 70cm.
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There are 1 reviews with an average rating of 4.00
Anonymous from United KingdomOwner29 May 2020 17:38
I like how it has so many different levels so it fits perfectly with our bed. The wheels make it easy to move but it isn't unstable. Straps perfect for our bed frame to add more security and stability. Mattress seems incredibly hard but I'm not sure if this is normal for these types of cribs as for newborns. Our little girl isn't here yet so I can't say if it has been suitable for her hence 4 stars not 5.
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Pawan Sharma from United Kingdom asks
1. Does it conform to British Safety Standard BS EN 1130? 2. Does the mattress confirm to British Safety Standard BS 1877?