John Lewis Max Crib, White, was £59 REDUCED TO £29.50! add Value White Tealights to order at £1 for FREE DELIVERY!! - HotUKDeals
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John Lewis Max Crib, White, was £59 REDUCED TO £29.50! add Value White Tealights to order at £1 for FREE DELIVERY!! £30.50

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Max crib white pine, Great deal... was £59 REDUCED too £29.50, And add John Lewis Value White Tealights, Pack of 50 (Product code - 78781021) to your basket, bringing it to over £30 to qualify for FR… Read More
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7y, 3w agoFound 7 years, 3 weeks ago
Max crib white pine, Great deal... was £59 REDUCED too £29.50, And add John Lewis Value White Tealights, Pack of 50 (Product code - 78781021) to your basket, bringing it to over £30 to qualify for FREE DELIVERY!!

I know its not every ones cup of tea, either choosing straight to cot or moses basket instead, but never the less its a good deal for those who would like a cute little crib for there newborn.

This stylish static crib has a contemporary design in a satin white finish. It features recessed MDF panels and a durable pine frame. Complies with BS EN 716. Exclusive to John Lewis.
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Brand John Lewis
Dimensions L93 x W47 x H79cm
Finish White
Material Pine
Reduced to Clear
Product code - 32430303
Was £59 Now £29.50Qty
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#1
anybody any ideas how much mattress would cost for this?
#2
Hi, john lewis do there own for £15, however you can pick then up cheaper, mothercare do one for £12.99.
#3
brilliant deal! exactly what i was looking for and was about to purchase from mothercare for twice the price. h&r added :)
#4
A brilliant deal Zobobump! This deal has been featured over at Playpennies!

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1 Like #5
Make sure you get a decent mattress for your baby. Been reading up in them lately, and the crap ones are no good.

After checking a load out and testing a few out (not by climbing in the cot lol), I found Ikea's £39 mattress the best. Sprung (better than foam) and 10cm thick (I think the min recommended thickness was 8-9 cm).
#6
Certainly a decent mattress is very important, the main points are to ensure the mattress is an exact fit.. No gaps rounds sides, and to ensure that the mattress is firm, not soft. A decent firm foam mattress is just as good as a firm sprung one. When buying a sprung mattress, the more coil springs the better as it makes it firmer. Some cheaper sprung mattresses have less spings, meaning its too soft. X

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