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Chicco Zip & Go Travel Side Crib - Glacial £72.95 Delivered @ online4baby
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Chicco Zip & Go Travel Side Crib - Glacial £72.95 Delivered @ online4baby

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Good price for this lightweight travel crib.

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The new Zip & Go Travel Crib from Chicco is a unique crib which is designed to accommodate your baby for the first 24 months.

Starting off in crib mode (0-6 months) the Zip & Go can be used in both fixed or rocking mode depending on your preference or the mood of your child. Once baby reaches 6 months, the intuitive zip can be used to transform the crib into a first cot where your baby can comfortably sleep until 24 months.

The Zip & Go takes a mere 10 seconds to fold, and as it reduces down to a compact size, it takes up minimum space, therefore is easy to store when not in use. 


Weighing only 7.3kg and coming complete with handy bag, the Zip & Go is great for travelling with your little one and features all-around mesh for excellent visibility and rubber feet to prevent the crib base from getting dirty.
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I don't see any advantage to this except milking the brand, It doesn't say it will attach to the bed and the side doesn't seem to go down on it?
If you unzip it to make it deeper baby is so close to the floor they are very much out of view from the adult bed. If you have an older house you would need to be mindful of a draft under the doors.
To use regularly in the unzipped mode will be hard on your back as baby gets heavier. It will be awkward to lean into to rub babies back to settle them.
After 6 months a petite cot with 3 height levels if you are caught for space or a standard cot with 3 height levels would be much more comfortable for baby as these have a proper 10cm depth mattress and for you to see and reach baby.
If you will be traveling a two level travel cot is better as baby is kept higher off the ground and it's big enough to keep using until baby is out of a cot. As a travel cot you will need to get a bigger one anyway as most kids are still in a cot at 2 years old.
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