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    Does any one have one of these? What are they like? We like to go camping a fair bit and are keen to introduce DS once he is about 6 months old and depending on location and weather. These travel cots look good for versatility and they are light weight but I would be interested to read what others think who have them

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    I love mine, bit tricky to put together, but once you get the hang of it, it's awesome. also it's bigger than the baby bjorn one and cheaper.

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    Love ours! Once you get the hang of putting it together it's easy and quick. I love that it's so light and small when folded up - we take it as carry on luggage on a plane. Plus our 3 year old can still use it . We much prefer it to the larger portacots our parents have.

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    I love ours too! It's so compact it can fit inside a suitcase (and then can be taken out and carried as hand luggage when you need the space at the end of the holiday!). We've used ours a lot - traveling overseas, weekends away and as a spare cot if we have friends with bubs over. My only small complaint is that the bag it comes with is a bit flimsy, so you need to be a bit careful with how you pack it up. The set up and pack up can be a bit fiddly compared to other portacots, but you get used to it - and the compactness really outweighs that for us!

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