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Babylo Liteway Lightweight Travel Cot - Grey Mélange

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For parents who want a travel cot from birth – perhaps to keep at a family member or caregiver's house – the Joie Kubbie Sleep combines the functionality of a travel cot with that of a bedside crib, with a drop-down side operated by a button that allows easier access to a newborn while in bassinet mode. The brand known for stylish baby products won't disappoint parents on the go, with a sleek silhouette, premium-feeling fabrics and excellent functionality. It’s compact and lightweight, meaning it can be easily moved from room to room and transported in its handy carry bag.

Weight — Travel cots vary significantly in weight - we found some that are under 7kg and others that weigh in at a hefty 11kg. If you're looking for longevity beyond that, the Venture TravelPod and the Micralite Sleep 'n' Go have a slightly longer lifespan, but will cost you a little more.But remember, a firm mattress is important for safe sleep for your baby, and doesn’t mean your child won’t be comfortable. You can also use the Slumber as a secure play pen, and there's a zip-open door your toddler can crawl in and out when they are older.

Most can be used from birth – we’ve specified the manufacturer’s instructions – but the travel cots that have a built-in bassinet offer a cosier, elevated sleep environment for newborns. If you're looking for a travel cot that will do double or even triple duty, this could be the product for you.Although one of the priciest travel cots on our list, the Stardust can still deliver great value if you’re using your travel cot regularly with your baby. Lightweight, easy to fold and compact for storage this cot is ideal for taking with you on your adventures. All of the materials feel extremely good quality — this is definitely one of the comfier travel cots that we've used. These help with air circulation and will provide a more comfortable environment for your child to sleep.

It feels nice and padded and had a solid firm base underneath to secure into the cot," said home tester Bridget, who tested this with her 4 month old. We’ve analysed the travel cot market and rigorously tested a range of different models to find the best ones for your family.Five products were then awarded a Mumsnet Best badge – these are the products that we feel offer the absolute best value for most parents. Travel cot mattresses are often the feature that parents are least satisfied with, as they are often thin and flimsy. For holidays in hot climates, a breathable mattress and all-around mesh panel are factors to consider.

Along with the ease of assembly, the built-in mattress is what you pay for with this model: it's not only comfortable but can be adjusted to two height positions (with the newborn insert) making it easier to lift out newborns and babies not yet sitting up unaided.Our testers also found that fitting everything in the carry case and zipping it back up again could be difficult. The mesh means that you can get a great view of your baby or toddler, while also ensuring good air circulation at night time. It's definitely not the lightest product on our list, but remove any accessories you're not using (such as the changer or bassinet) and this significantly reduces the weight to make it easier to move or carry. The Airpod Travel Cot is suitable from birth, but it doesn't come with a bassinet, something that you might prefer for a newborn. This lightweight, easy-to-use travel cot impressed our parent tester for a number of reasons – as you'd expect for one of the most expensive option on our list.

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