Mamas and Papas Sleepsafe Foam Mattress £26.99 @ Argos - HotUKDeals
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Mamas and Papas Sleepsafe Foam Mattress.

was £44.99 now £26.99

Baby and Nursery
Sleep
Cot and cot bed mattresses
Mamas and Papas Sleepsafe Foam Mattress.

Mamas and Papas Sleepsafe Foam Mattress.
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was £44.99 £26.99 See the Additional Information panel for the pricing footnote. Save £18.00
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The sleepsafe foam mattress from Mamas and Papas is hypoallergenic with a removable, washable cover. It offers firm, comfortable support, helping your child to get a good night's sleep.

Suitable for cot beds and toddler beds.
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#1
This is very cheap for a mattress however this one, although a bit more expensive may be worth a look...
http://www.amazon.co.uk/KATY®-Superior-Bed-Junior-Sprung-Mattress/dp/B003722DSA/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1405278559&sr=8-2&keywords=toddler+bed+mattress
My boy initially had a foam mattress but it got indented where he slept, and I don't like the idea of using again for my newborn. We bought this mattress from amazon a year ago and it is holding up so much better and obviously my little boy is a lot bigger now. Brilliant for the price and is as good as new a year down the line :)
#2
Also I find a lot of things with the mamas and papas name on aren't necessarily that great quality. Some things they do are brilliant but I've had a mamas and papas changing bag from argos before and it was cheap in price and cheap in quality
#3
I would only have a foam mattress for a moses basket (used for a short period of time) Foam mattresses will not last as long as a spring/sprung mattress and you could get one for not that much more than this price.
#4
Lucyw1
This is very cheap for a mattress however this one, although a bit more expensive may be worth a look...
http://www.amazon.co.uk/KATY®-Superior-Bed-Junior-Sprung-Mattress/dp/B003722DSA/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1405278559&sr=8-2&keywords=toddler+bed+mattress
My boy initially had a foam mattress but it got indented where he slept, and I don't like the idea of using again for my newborn. We bought this mattress from amazon a year ago and it is holding up so much better and obviously my little boy is a lot bigger now. Brilliant for the price and is as good as new a year down the line :)


thanks for this. having a boy this sept n dont know anything about mattresses.
#5
First time around I thought a mattress was a mattress! I would definitely say to go for a sprung mattress. We shopped around for ages second time around and nearly bought a silentnight mattress for £125, im so glad we found this one, its as good as any expensive ones. We even went to kiddicare to see them out on display! The reviews say it all. Good luck with your new addition :)

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