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    Not sure about the quality of those cots but for another $50 you can get one of the lower range Tasman Eco cots, we have one and it doesn't look like a cheap cot at all. It's really good quality for the price!!

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    I think you can find better for the same money. Not really that nice looking IMO

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    Thanks for all your help ladies. I haven't seem the cot IRL, just that online once. We're after something really simple. Neither of us are fans of the sleigh style at all and we do prefer the squared too rather than a rounded but will see how we go. I'm not totally in love with but don't hate the love n care so I'll see what hubby thinks about that one. Otherwise, will keep my eye out for any other specials in the next few weeks

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    Strangely the sides don't appear to drop down to get bub out and save your back. I think it looks OK (I prefer simple square too) but non dropping side would be a deal breaker for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Becca85 View Post
    Thanks for all your help ladies. I haven't seem the cot IRL, just that online once. We're after something really simple. Neither of us are fans of the sleigh style at all and we do prefer the squared too rather than a rounded but will see how we go. I'm not totally in love with but don't hate the love n care so I'll see what hubby thinks about that one. Otherwise, will keep my eye out for any other specials in the next few weeks
    The sale in mybabywarehouse were we got the plain square white (it also comes in a chocolate brown colour) ends on 2nd of feb....... If you are interested.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BubblesK View Post
    The sale in mybabywarehouse were we got the plain square white (it also comes in a chocolate brown colour) ends on 2nd of feb....... If you are interested.
    Will definitely be checking it out. Thanks so much. We've both got Thursday off so I think the day will be spent deciding on furniture

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    I have bought bunk beds from FF and they have been good. The lounges and tables are cheap crap, but I find the beds solid. Maybe go into the store and have a look.

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    Theres a big w baby sale coming up with a cot for $175...looks nice and is the sqaure shape!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Becca85 View Post
    Anyone bought/used one?

    I stumbled across them online while on the hunt for a reasonably priced cot and am wondering if anyone's had any experience with them?

    http://www.fantasticfurniture.com.au...EDCOTOOOTIMESP
    For that price id grab the childcare brand sandford cot from Target, coverts all the same ways as this one does. Ive found the brand to be very good quality

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    I also just noticed how thin and flimsy the slats are in the pics.

    The childcare one is solid thick slats (used to have one for dd but gave it away so now buying another one)

    http://www.target.com.au/p/childcare...white/51171841


 

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