We have a Boori cot that is 6 years old and still looks brand new. It has lasted through 3 children so far and we are still using it for DD3 who is 11 months.
It also converts into a toddler bed for an easy transition from cot to bed.
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19-08-2014 08:29 #11
19-08-2014 09:44 #12
Both of our cots are boori. They seem to be the most widely used by ppl. I think they are good quality but there are a lot of different models so it would depend which one. Our 2nd hand one was expensive originally and we just bought a new one that's only $300 from boori's urbane range which is their cheaper range & only has 2 years warranty on it as opposed to their 5 year warranty on their normal range. I'm actually more excited about it because I like the look and it's smaller and lighter and lower to the ground than our other boori cot.
Another brand I think is really good is tasman eco.
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