Hauck Sleep ‘n Play travel cot - £35 @ Tesco Direct
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Hauck Sleep ‘n Play travel cot - £35 @ Tesco Direct

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These have been as low as £26 @ Tesco. Argos is slightly different, changing mat, which can be fixed on the bed & casters.
Ah, just realised that now. This is more basic, but still a good deal I think.
The Argos one is different, that one has an opening so baby can crawl in and out and a tray that goes across the top to change them.

I have the tesco one and you may need to buy an additional mattress, i felt it wasn't thick enough, it feels flimsy and where it has the 3 folds in it so it wraps around when put away, this makes it feel very uneven and does not feel safe enough for a baby to be crawling or standing in.
I added a 10cm deep 120 x 60cm Cot Mattress and it fits lovely and makes the whole thing feel better for baby to be in.

It does fold up and down really well, once you know how to do it. you have to click the sides into place before you lower the middle down and i was surprised at how small it was once put away in the bag, with the additional mattress its like a full size cot now.

EDIT : I also only paid £28 for mine on the 9th March so might be worth seeing if price drops again
Edited by: "STARS357J" 6th Apr
Thanks. Realised it was different after purchase, but still more than adequate for our needs. The comfier mattress sounds like a worthwhile purchase. Thanks!
Is this any different to the Aldi one as they often sell for around 15quid
sueyc2 h, 26 m ago

Is this any different to the Aldi one as they often sell for around 15quid


no probably just in a different colour.
The hauck one that is 60x120 will take a proper cot mattress.
All travel cots have thin uncomfortable ones. The 60X120 cm one is longer than many giving you more time out of it.
Cold. £18 in Asda!!!
Really? Just looked at the ASDA website and nothing? Presumably in store?
sharkburger6th Apr

Really? Just looked at the ASDA website and nothing? Presumably in store?



£28 now, ask Tesco to refund the difference. tesco.com/dir…IXg
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