Ergonomic Mini Cot
Based on the original Ergonmic Cot, the Ergonomic Mini Cot is also designed to reduce stress on backs when lifting babies in and out of the cot. With an adjustable base, you can increase or decrease the height of the cot to make accessing your child easier. The design allows parents to get closer to the child to reduce the impact of the weight of the child while lifting.
Good for backs cot
Unlike traditional cots this expertly designed cot has a higher mattress level and a front panel that allows you to safely reach your baby as they grow.
You won’t fall into your baby’s cot or put your back out when lifting. Its not just good for your back, but also your shoulders and hips – especially if you already suffer from a back injury or you are unable to bend extensively.
Built Childcare Industry Standards
Rest assured that this is a robust cot meeting childcare industry standards. This cot was designed in consultation with WorkSafe Victoria, Kindergarten Parents Victoria, Good Start Childcare, Fair Trading Victoria and Fair Trading Queensland, to design a cot that was safe to use in the heavy-use childcare setting.
Compact and convenient
This amazing cot is ideal for those small areas such as your bedroom for co-sleeping, the grandparent’s house and of course childcare settings. With the lockable castors, you can take the cot with you so you can keep your baby near during the day.
- The safest cot for you and your baby
- Made with A grade sustainably sources NZ plantation timber
- Ergonomically designed to save your back with an easy two push button soft drop side
- Stylish and unisex design to suit modern homes and workplaces
- Grows with your child with the patented long range drop side, so you can have easy access to your baby as they grow.
- BPA-free teething rails that are discreet and safe for your baby
- Easy to manoeuvre with 4x lockable heavy duty castors.
Newborn up to 24kg
Recommended Mattress Size
Cot 1000mm x 600mm x 100mm
L107cm x W67cm x H126cm
Carton 1 – 80cm x 142cm x 12cm
Tested by the highly regarded NATA accredited testing facility AFRDI (Australian Furnishing Research and Development Institute)
Tested to AS/NZS 2172:2003 and complies with AS/NZS 2172:2010