Chico Next2me @ Amazon Warehouse £139.90 after 20% discount £111.80
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Chico Next2me @ Amazon Warehouse £139.90 after 20% discount £111.80

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Found 19th Mar
Think this is a very good deal and perfect for new born. Two in stock at the time of post.
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great price, shame the babies outgrow them so quickly.
_sion8 m ago

great price, shame the babies outgrow them so quickly.


mine was in it till 7 months old, its huge compared to a moses basket, life saver for breastfeeding and night feeds
Just got the last one. Thanks so much. Been needing one of these.
Is there no more left?
Loved ours, but she had reflux so had to have it tilted so could never use it as as an extension of our bed
Edited by: "Aeschylus" 19th Mar
There will now be a sharp intake of breath from any mid-wives reading this

We stuck our newborn between us in bed. We made a "nest" between our pillows, so she was at eye level to us, and covered her with her own blanket.

Breast feeding was a cinch, mum didnt even have to wake up.

We also had a push on/off LED light from Lidl stuck to the headboard to give a little light for night time nappy changes.
Gentle_Giant27 m ago

There will now be a sharp intake of breath from any mid-wives reading …There will now be a sharp intake of breath from any mid-wives reading thisWe stuck our newborn between us in bed. We made a "nest" between our pillows, so she was at eye level to us, and covered her with her own blanket.Breast feeding was a cinch, mum didnt even have to wake up.We also had a push on/off LED light from Lidl stuck to the headboard to give a little light for night time nappy changes.


Having been to the sad death of a baby where the mother fell asleep and rolled onto it, it’s not something I’d advocate.
Can’t I just rip the side off a Moses basket
I’d recommend the Babybay over this one as it so much sturdier and with the bars there’s less chance of suffocating.

You can pick up a Babybay second hand in perfect condition and replace the mattress for less than this if you are canny.

Co-sleeping is great with either one though.
Dedcon2 h, 28 m ago

Having been to the sad death of a baby where the mother fell asleep and …Having been to the sad death of a baby where the mother fell asleep and rolled onto it, it’s not something I’d advocate.



It has happened; it is more likely to happen if you are obese, or taking medication (or drugs) that make you dopey, but then babies also die for no reason in a cot; in fact you will probably find there are more reported cot deaths than deaths in bed with mum or dad, at least in the UK.

As I said, our baby was located at eye level, so wouldnt get crushed, even if we had rolled over; and she had bumpers made of a rolled up blanket on either side of her.



To counter act talking about dead babies; here is a funny baby story.

First visit by the local health visitor after we got home from the hospital (barely got in through the door before she was knocking on it); she takes one look at our daughter and starts hyperventilating about never seeing a baby with such severe jaundice before, and why havent we called for an ambulance and how dare we look so calm........

To which I (calmly) said, "PLEASE take a good look at mummy".


long pause......


"oh".

Mum is Chinese; of course the baby looked a bit yellow.
Having owned this, I'd warn people away. Shockingly poor ergonomics. I deny you to retain the skin on all of your knuckles whilst assembling it.

For something touted as a "travel" item this is miserable to pack up, and to rebuild.

Highlights for me are the bit where you have to connect the top part and the bottom part of each leg, but Chico have "designed" this thing so that you have to do it blind, with both parts inside a fabric tube, which you have to feel the parts through to get them to attach.

Another joy are the stiff quick release ball lock pins used to hold the legs at the right height. These are pretty miserable, often getting stuck inside the leg tubing, so that the legs refuse to lock out.

The parts barely fit in the travel cover. Those parents who are enjoying calm stress free baby raising will relish the time-intensive puzzle of getting it all in there, and then that joyous endeavour trying to pinch the zip together to zip it up. Even more fun if there's an older sibling trying to "help".

Once packed, there's a million sharp edges poking against the inside of the bag, so that it'll get you if you put your hand down on it with any pressure. Similarly it'll damage anything you rest against it, say, if you're loading up a car.
Garnett2 h, 26 m ago

Having owned this, I'd warn people away. Shockingly poor ergonomics. I …Having owned this, I'd warn people away. Shockingly poor ergonomics. I deny you to retain the skin on all of your knuckles whilst assembling it.For something touted as a "travel" item this is miserable to pack up, and to rebuild.Highlights for me are the bit where you have to connect the top part and the bottom part of each leg, but Chico have "designed" this thing so that you have to do it blind, with both parts inside a fabric tube, which you have to feel the parts through to get them to attach. Another joy are the stiff quick release ball lock pins used to hold the legs at the right height. These are pretty miserable, often getting stuck inside the leg tubing, so that the legs refuse to lock out. The parts barely fit in the travel cover. Those parents who are enjoying calm stress free baby raising will relish the time-intensive puzzle of getting it all in there, and then that joyous endeavour trying to pinch the zip together to zip it up. Even more fun if there's an older sibling trying to "help".Once packed, there's a million sharp edges poking against the inside of the bag, so that it'll get you if you put your hand down on it with any pressure. Similarly it'll damage anything you rest against it, say, if you're loading up a car.


This is all completely true and the item is infuriating. Are you saying you've been able to get the legs inside the travel bag???!!! That's not possible!

Version 2 is a little better but it's more than double the price of this last time I looked.

*However we love using this. It's been a huge help. Our baby hated the Moses basket and and to hardly sleep... With this it eventually got easier but I can't see him using it past 4 months if we are lucky
Aeschylus5 h, 56 m ago

Loved ours, but she had reflux so had to have it tilted so could never use …Loved ours, but she had reflux so had to have it tilted so could never use it as as an extension of our bed


We have ours tilted. It's even in the book that you can just set one leg higher/lower by 2 clicks.
Ah you mean you wanted to have it flat and totally level with your bed? That must be nice if it was possible!
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