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The best camping cots are ideally made of rust-resistant metal and nylon or polyester. Especially for a cot that can support stouter and heavier guests.

The Mothercare Folding cot is aesthetically pleasing, made of solid beech wood that looks both traditional and stylish.

It comes complete with a mattress, making it more affordable.

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  • The Mothercare Folding Cot is made from sturdy, solid beech wood with a natural finish that looks beautiful in any bedroom. The design is a great mix of contemporary and traditional, with clean lines and a solid structure that will give you longevity and value, as well as great style.

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  • Practical and easy installation, with two locking levers for safety. Would you recommend this to other mums? How did this product make your life easier?

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    Perhaps it would save you space when storing it but otherwise, a travel cot seems like a much better option. Would you choose this product to win? The large size is great as it means the cot would last quite a long time and the mattress is of very good quality. I would not choose it to win though, because I cannot transport it anywhere, and this is very important to me when making a purchase.

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    What changes would you make to this product? I like the idea of a cot that folds up, but I feel that the point is to be able to travel with it. But I really approve of the comfy mattress and would recommend it as a mere stand-alone cot for the nursery. I would only recommend this cot to someone who had very little space available in their house, and needed to regularly fold up their cot in the day to make room for other things.

    Otherwise, the fold-down feature is not particularly useful as the product is too hefty to carry around with you. However, I really appreciate how comfortable the mattress is for baby. But I can see the benefits for those with smaller rooms. It was comfortable, but not compact enough to merit a prize in the Mother and Baby Awards. I think I would make this cot more lightweight, so that it could be carried around easily or even taken on holiday.

    Once you know what you are doing, this cot is easy to put down. The design is nice and simple and is therefore never fiddly.

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    It is very sturdy and well-made yet, which I really like! However, that unfortunately means that it is heavy to carry. It is a good length, which means it will last a long time. I think it would make life easier in hotel rooms when you have limited space and need to fold up the cot after use.

    Having said that, I am happy to use it as a regular cot in the home as I like the strong, sturdy structure, it puts me at ease that my baby is safe and secure inside. I would change how bulky it is, but without compromising on the sturdy structure of the cot.

    Extra large roll away beds can attain up to length of 80 inch while extra large fold out bed may extend to breadth of 48 inch. Portable cots usually sit very low to the ground, may have a lower weight capacity, and may not be as durable as heavier counterparts. Standard Rollaway Bed This type of roll away beds use either angle steel or tubular for its frame with planks, wire spring net or polypropylene for the thump which support the fold up mattress.

    Yes, I like the nice, simple design and how sturdy it is. It is easy to fold down flat when needed. I would recommend this for hotels as there is often no room to keep the cot up all the time.

    However, since it is very heavy, I would probably prefer a travel cot on holiday. This cot is a great length, meaning that it is durable and will last until my baby is much bigger. I really appreciate this as it will save me money in the long run.

    Also, the mattress has a plastic cover, which makes cleaning a breeze. But it is still very comfortable for baby. The cot is easy collapse when needed. I would choose it to win if I didn't have room to keep a cot up all the time in my nursery. But I am a fan of how strong and sturdy it is, I can trust that my child is safe inside.

    I think I would make this cot easier to manoeuvre around, by making it more lightweight for transportation.

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