BabyBjorn Travel Cot Light

Having just written about creating extra space over Christmas and New Year for children and adults, I thought I better include something for the babies too. If you’ve ever gone anywhere over night or even just during babies nap time, you can sometimes get in to a pickle about where to put baby down to nap. Well the Baby Bjorn Travel Light may be your solution.

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Travel cots in my experience can be a real pain and more than a little fiddly to put up, but more than that, they are damn near impossible to collapse again. The Baby Bjorn Travel Light is so quick and easy to put up that it literally takes about 30 seconds to do. I love how it goes up so effortlessly as well as being so straightforward to collapse and store again.

The cot is lightweight and durable so you can take it with you on holiday’s or have it as a spare cot for any guests or indeed take it with you over Christmas. It has come everywhere with me and usually stays in the boot of my car just in case I need it.

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Benjamin sleeps really well in the cot. At first, I was a little hesitant as the mattress basically touches the floor but once he was in, it didn’t actually make any difference whether he was raised or not. The mattress is thick enough to keep him comfortable and warm.2BE473C8-80BE-491D-8039-3B6F1052D77B

Even though this is such a compact travel cot, it can actually sleep children up to 3 years old. Its weight is just 6kg and height/length/width when transported is 49 x 60 x 14 cm (19 x 24 x 6 in) and height/length/width when assembled is 82 x 112 x 64 cm (32 x 44 x 24 in). It stores easily in the handy carry bag which also keeps it clean and dry when in the boot of the car!

This is a fantastic travel cot for any parent and even though it’s a little more expensive than some of the other travel cots, it is most definitely worth every penny for its ease of use, durability and practicality.

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