10 best travel cots
Going away with a little one in tow? Make sure you have somewhere comfy and safe for them to sleep on-the-go – and a place to play too
Monday 11 August 2014
Travel cots can be a godsend for going away with littluns in tow. They give you the freedom of staying wherever you want with your infant and they can be folded up for easy transportation. No wonder many parents get such a lot of use out of them.
The only problem is that can be a nightmare to set up and fold away, whilst others don’t feel as sturdy as they should. It can also be challenging to find one to cover all your needs. Perhaps you need a storage bag, for example, or you need it to work on camping trips.
Our round up provides you with access to what we believe are the 10 best travel cots on the market, covering all needs and all budgets.
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We love the Littlelife Arc 2 for camping trips, while the best luxury option is the BABYBJÖRN Travel Cot Light. For a great budget buy, you can’t beat the Mothercare Jewel Travel Cot.
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