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Cot bed safe use instruction


  • WARNING: Be aware of the risk of open fires and other sources of strong heat, such as electric fires, gas fires, etc. in the near vicinity of the cot.
  • WARNING: Do not use the cot/bed if any part is broken, torn or missing and use only spare parts approved by Babymore.
  • WARNING: Do not leave anything in the cot or place the cot close to another product which could provide a foothold or present a danger of suffocation or strangulation, e.g. strings, blind/curtain cords, etc.
  • WARNING: Do not use more than one mattress in the cot.
  • WARNING: When converted to a child’s bed, do not place this bed near heat sources, windows and other furniture.
  • The lowest base position is the safest. Once your child is old enough to sit up unaided the base should be used in the lowest position only.
  • If your leave the child unattended in the cot, always make sure that the movable side is closed.
  • The thickness of the mattress chosen shall be such that the internal height (surface of the mattress to the upper edge of the cot frame) is at least 500mm in the lowest position of the bed base and at least 200mm in the highest position of the bed base.
  • The line engraved on the cot end indicates the maximum thickness of a mattress that can be used with this cot when the bed base is in the top position.
  • We recommend the use of a mattress minimum size of **cm by ***cm for this cot. With a thickness not exceeding 10cm. The length and width of mattress shall be such that the gap between the mattress and the sides and ends does not exceed 30mm. (**check your instruction for mattress size**)
  • Children are likely to play, bounce, jump and climb on beds, therefore the child’s bed should not be placed too close to other furniture or windows, and should be placed either tight to any wall or have a gap of 300mm between the wall and the side of the bed.
  • Please ensure that all assembly fittings always be tightened properly before use. And fittings should be checked regularly and tightened as necessary.
  • The cot is only ready for use, when the locking mechanism(s) are engaged, check the mechanism(s) is fully engaged before use.
  • To prevent injury from falls, once the child is able to climb out of the cot, the cot should no longer be used for that child.
  • This cot bed is intended for children aged from birth to 4 years approximately.
  • The cot conforms to EN 716-1/2:2008 + A1:2013. When converted to bed, it conforms to BS 8509:2008 + A1:2011.

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