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    Pretty much all cots can be converted to a toddler/day bed. Just take the drop side off and keep the mattress at the lowest position.

    We bought ours second hand for $80 and got it resprayed a different color. I love it.

    All cots sold in Aus fall under the same safety standard. It's really about how much you are willing to spend and what you like the look of.

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    Personally I don't know anyone who has converted their cot to a toddler bed. I think it's a marketing tactic and a waste of $.

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    We have a Tasman Eco and second hand Boori and have used them both as cots and toddler beds. Love both and works fine as both. Positives is definitely the single hand drop and the 2 levels.

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    Thank you so so much again !
    such a relief to hear positive feedback on target cot !
    I couldn't believe when I saw over $1000 cots... No way we could afford it !

    will go to target today and have a look thank so much again !

    Happy easter xx

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