Design of the wheels
On the first day we got the crib my wife's feet were cut by the sharp edges of wheels lock. Today it was me, wondering who’s next? Something needs to be done.
Stunning design; furniture that grows with Baby
We were going to get a Moses basket and stand for Baby for her first few months Earth side, but we are so glad we did our research and opted for the Kaylula Sova 5 in 1 instead. It’s longevity alone is worth it, and it truly is a good investment piece that grows with the baby. We live in a small house so it was important that all our baby furniture were well chosen for longevity, preferably convertible - and this cot was perfect!
Versatility and longevity. Grows with Baby as it converts from bassinet to baby cot to toddler bed to table a...nd chairs to playpen. We have a separate playpen for Baby, so we will probably stop at table and chairs (bench seats). Castor wheels mean you can rock baby to sleep or move the cot when this is a bassinet. Wheels are lockable. We have fairly narrow doorways and we still managed to wheel the bassinet from the bedroom to the living area. Pretty easy to assemble.
Purchased in November 2018.
I fell in love with this and HAD to have it, figured it's a bargain for a bassinet, pram, toddler bed, table chair and playpen in1. 2 years later , loved it as a bassinet wheeled bubs around the house a lot, adored it as a cot. I did buy custom size sheets for that snug fit but eventually decided to tuck regular sheets in. Used as a toddler bed for a short while then bubs decided she wants a big girls bed. I didnt use it as a playpen or table & chairs. I think it looks good like that, i would just be too cranky if the kids got crayon on it. A...fter being moved around, reconfigured and daily use for 2 years there are some minor paint chips, the perspex has lasted well. The mattress is easy to wash and the covers come off . I did air my mattress out every couple of months as moisture can get trapped in there. It fits through regular size doors but strangely 1 door in my (old) house was too small for it to fit through. I'm glad I had this cot
Purchased in February 2017 at eBay for $1,000.00.
Stylish yet functional
This bassinet and cot has a stylish and sophisticated design. The perspex and birch wood option is practical as it provides fantastic visibility. The versatility of the design is also amazing in that you can convert the bassinet into a cot, toddler's bed and table and chairs etc. We've had a lot of compliments regarding its design.
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great option on tight budget
Ordered the white wooden version (classic sith no perpex) via bub 'n grubs online. Live regionally and arrived witin 7 working days. Easy to put together, feels pretty solid. Lovely dense matress, great height of base for european cot if wheels on. Does fit through all the standard door frames in our home. Didn't use in cucoon position but looks cute. Nice looking cot, got to match my leander cot for new twins when they outgrew fitting in one cot together. Was half the price of a new leander one, and looks good beside it. Compared to the more expensive leander, it is not quite as snugly put together, and the toddler bed option not quite as sleek, but at half the price not a bad option at all.
My wife and I are new parents and quickly, maybe too quickly, decided on the Kaylula Cot because it was different and modern. We ordered the white perspex model and had to wait one month for its arrival into country (NZ). That one month turned into two months and with a wife wanting to get everything squared away before due date this alone was stress that she did not need. When it did arrive it was the wrong one and we were told that the white perspex model would be another 4 months away( baby was due in two weeks). We opted for the white woode...n frame and finally got it delivered. I made up the bassinet. Now don t think you are going to be wheeling that around the house, it does not fit through your standard doorway, so if you make it up in the nursery that is where its going to stay. The base of the cot is low, meaning that my wife has to bend way low to place and receive my boy. This is not achievable after a c-section and with no way of lowering any sides on the bassinet. We have cut it away completely in regards to using it as a bassinet. We have bought another portable bassinet that we can have by our bed and move from room to room or whatever is convenient. We ordered a bumper for the cot which we thought would go around the entire cot, no only 110cm long and at $110 dollars we weren't going to by four of those. We needed something to stop arms and feet hanging through the bars. Try buying bumpers, sheets or anything else for that matter for a round cot - it is not going to happen. The sheets you do get are so tight and with a weak zip they will not last, attempting to put them is a real struggle due to trying to get three mattresses into one sheet- the separation in the mattress must add to an uncomfortable sleep, not really good enough for my boy. Long story short, stay with a traditional cot,its battle proven and saves a lot of hassle at what can be a stressful time anyway.
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