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Looking for cotbed mattress,preferably springs rather than foam,but open to options,as for new grandchild arriving in August. Found this 1 @ £49.99 http://www.preciouslittleone.com/acatalog/ob80.htm… Read More
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8y, 11m agoPosted 8 years, 11 months ago
Looking for cotbed mattress,preferably springs rather than foam,but open to options,as for new grandchild arriving in August.
Found this 1 @ £49.99
http://www.preciouslittleone.com/acatalog/ob80.html

Anyone seen any offer better.many thanks in advance.
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8y, 11m agoPosted 8 years, 11 months ago
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#2
I have had a look but other than Ebay I can't seem to find them any cheaper, will keep looking but I think you have a good price there for a sprung one
#3
this any good?

http://www.kiddies-kingdom.com/product_info.php?products_id=193

that particular one might be the wrong size but they seem to have a few different sizes on the site
#4
To be honest, this price seems really good for a sprung mattress, I don't think you will find any cheaper, we bought our last two from John Lewis, and they have been brilliant but they cost more than this. We were advised that for a cot/cot bed you may not need a sprung mattress though so maybe you could consider a foam one.
#5
A cot bed should suit a child for the first 5 years. A foam matress looses its shape quickly due to the weight of the child. After 5 years it'll be full of dents...not too comfortable!

I wouldn't sleep on a cheap foam mattress and wouldn't expect my little boy to sleep on one either. Springed mattress with removable/washable cover is the best and safest option.
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smk77
A cot bed should suit a child for the first 5 years. A foam matress looses its shape quickly due to the weight of the child. After 5 years it'll be full of dents...not too comfortable!

I wouldn't sleep on a cheap foam mattress and wouldn't expect my little boy to sleep on one either. Springed mattress with removable/washable cover is the best and safest option.


Our son has a foam mattres that he has had for over four years, its is still holding its shape and has no dents at all. Foam mattress depend on the quality, but also are dependant upon the childs weight etc.
#7
kidcat
Our son has a foam mattres that he has had for over four years, its is still holding its shape and has no dents at all. Foam mattress depend on the quality, but also are dependant upon the childs weight etc.


Ditto, we bought a foam mattress for our son, he was been sleeping on it for 6 years and is as good as new, it doesn't creak or have any dents in it. I find it more comfortable to lie on than any sprung mattress I have tried, that is of course my personal opinion.
#8
LaoTzu;2004719
this any good?

http://www.kiddies-kingdom.com/product_info.php?products_id=193

that particular one might be the wrong size but they seem to have a few different sizes on the site

Thanks for the suggestion,it works out a wee bit dearer with postage for the size i need......rep for helping though :thumbsup:
#9
Thanks for the help and suggestions and advice,have repped you guys too.
#10
your welcome :)
#11
LaoTzu
I find it more comfortable to lie on than any sprung mattress I have tried.


Do you often try out cot beds? :-D
#12
smk77
Do you often try out cot beds? :-D


Regularly!! I have lost count of the number of nights I have fallen asleep in the cot/cotbed whilst trying to get them to settle. :)

That said I have recently bought a new bed and have bought a foam mattress with it, it is far better than any sprung mattress. So much more comfortable.
#13
smk77
Do you often try out cot beds? :-D


It isn't a cotbed, it's a normal size bed, I was merely referring to the fact I have laid on both sprung and foam mattresses and have found foam more comfortable. ;-)

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