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Stokke Sleepi

Stokke Sleepi

MPN: 10430X
4.2 from 16 reviews

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Poorly designed

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- the screws are short with a few threads holding the base and wheels in - this means with time the threads wear off the wood and wheels or base can fall especially if you move the cot around a lot or you have a toddler who bounces on the bed
- difficult to build and to adjust base because of the poor design
- Allan key is long to give you enough grip but hits the border of the cot when you need to build the cot and adjust
- you need to purchase every little thing in order to use this cot! Does not come complete with extensions so you'll be breaking bank each time baby outgrow the crib

Purchased in February 2019 for $2,000.00.

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Lem

LemBrisbane

  • 2 reviews
  • 1 like

I absolutely LOVE this cot

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SamL

SamL

  • 2 reviews

Faulty wheels and terrible customer service

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I love this cot but unfortunately we received one with faulty wheels. We only discovered this after baby arrived and we started moving the cot around. Stokke are yet to replace our wheels and have made the entire process very difficult. Expected much better for the price. We chose this cot over the Leander purely because it was on wheels but ours moved as well as a dodgy shopping trolley does. Numerous friends and family who have moved our cot have commented on how bad the wheels are and how it must be driving us crazy.

emmaholt

emmaholtMelbourne

  • 3 reviews
  • 4 likes
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I love this cot!!

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Lucy

LucyAdelaide

  • 4 reviews

Looks amazing, doesn't perform for older baby

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This cot is great as a bassinet or for a baby up to 6 months- but once you drop it down a level forget about it! The mattress is not comfortable for baby and is way too low. The cot needs a drop side as it is almost impossible to put baby back down without waking them. The cot is also very slimline and my son was always hitting the sides and waking up.
We have ended up buying a large drop side cot which turns into a toddler bed as it has become too difficult to use.
Stunning looking cot/ bassinet
Mattress is very ordinary for the price. To slim for a larger baby. Price is over the top for a cot that won't cut it after 6 months!


sammy girl

sammy girlGeelong

  • 4 reviews

Amazing

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Love this cot, comes in a flat pack and easy to assemble. It is a bit pricey but is so gorgeous and has so many options are your baby grows. It is easy to move around as it comes with optional castors-wheels. Would highly recommend this cot to friends. Once your baby is all grown up and your done having Littlies in cots the two ends can transform into cute armchairs, ideals for a sunroom or even as a occasional chair in a bedroom

A little expensive


6 years on, I love it!

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We splashed out on this six years ago ( before children when we had money) and it has been in constant use since for our three children. It is my favourite piece of furniture in the house and has been well worth every cent. It is easy to move from room to room and looks gorgeous. We can use normal sheets, the canopy is beautiful and the cot still looks just as good now as when we first bought it. New bunks arrive today but I cannot loose the cot, we are taking one of the sides out and turning it into a reading seat for the children, they can all use it again. I hope to enjoy it for many years yet.
Still looks great, easy to move around, did I say it looks gorgeous?
Nothing I can think of, well worth the expense.


Magpie31

Magpie31Adelaide

Excellent. Flat pack Box easily fitted in car. Great easy to use and easy to assemble.

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A clever simple design and well made. can use for many years to come , practical. Looks and feels great, and can move easily around the house. After a lot of research and thinking was it worth. And a mini SWOTanalysis. The end result is a big yes from this father. Tick all the boxes and was on sale at D.J's along with bthe sheets. Note:. Matteress was included in the price.
Can use for many years to come

jayden_akira

jayden_akiraNew South Wales, 2573

  • 37 reviews
  • 7 likes

Gorgeous, well worth the money

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I bought 2 of these to replace my kids boori cots and they are amazing. they slept so much better and looked beautiful! also very practical to grow with your child.. easy to move around the house which was a huge bonus and 4 mattress levels were great when bub tried to climb out ! money well spent !

binoculars

binocularsNSW, 2759

  • 12 reviews
  • 3 likes

Beauifully designed, practical and built to last

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Su1973

Su1973Sydney, NSW

  • 6 reviews

Excellent

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skivvy01

skivvy01WA, 6162

  • 105 reviews
  • 8 likes

Excellent

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Eloise_Nehi
Eloise_Nehi

just for up to date info for everyone, drop side cots have been illegalised in the US, and will soon be phased out in Australia because of safety hazards.


barbsy

barbsyAU

  • 5 reviews
  • 1 like

Perfect for us

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This has been a great cot and bassinette for us. We had limited space so to be able to have a big size bassinette that convertered into a cot (smaller than the average cot) has been a blessing. Our daughter is still sleeping in our bedroom in the cot (she is 6 months old). Once we move to a bigger place we will get her a bigger cot but keep the Stokke for our next child so we can do the same.
The bassinette/crib is a great size (not too small).
No drop down side which no doubt will bother me alot when I finally need to drop the base down.

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Eloise_Nehi
Eloise_Nehi

just for up to date info for everyone, drop side cots have been illegalised in the US, and will soon be phased out in Australia because of safety hazards.


feekdee

feekdee

  • 3 reviews
  • 1 like

Good

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Eloise_Nehi
Eloise_Nehi

just for up to date info for everyone, drop side cots have been illegalised in the US, and will soon be phased out in Australia because of safety hazards.

OK

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matjaime

matjaime

  • 5 reviews

Good

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I love this Cot and pleased I brought it. I had lots of guests come to stay when my daughter was born and need her Room as a guest room to begin with and i found that moving the Cot around very easy. Also we had my daughter in the smaller bassinet version first and so when we extended the bassinet to the cott she adjusted with no problems to sleeping in the bigger cot. One thing i would say though as I was told that my daughter would be in the basinet for at least 4 - 5 Months. But she grew out of it by three months.
would recommend this cot to anyone
Easy moved around the house as has wheels
Fits small rooms as Oval shape
No drop side...but hasnt been an issue for me
Expensive but good resale

Questions & Answers

Malavika

Malavikaasked

Hi, we are currently deciding which cot to purchase for our nursery. we really like to design and portability of the stoke sleepi, I just have a question if someone can help me:
1. Is the cot sturdy enough to carry the weight when the kid starts to jump/bounce in the cot?
2. Are the hinges and support panels for the base strong?

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Elkie

Elkieasked

When you buy the Basic Stokke Sleepi Cot pack. Can you just leave the sides and mid base panel out for it to be a bassinette? Or does the bassinette require other parts? Apart from the mattress and drape rod.

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lilly
lilly

No you can't. I'm having the problem now.
The bassinet requires two fill in pieces, one at each end. Stokke will not supply these separate. Also needs the wheel pieces which are pictured on the stokke website as a spare part but when I approached shops about these they said they couldn't get them!

Alicia
Alicia

You can actually buy the pieces required for the bassinet from stokke. I emailed their head office overseas and they sent me the Aussie distributors email address who had the pieces for sale. Baby bunting and baby kingdom don't stock these and will tell you that you can't get them.


Mrandmrsk

Mrandmrskasked

I'm looking at purchasing either a stokke sleepi cot or the cocoon cot ... Do either of these fit through a standard door way as I know they're different in sizes? And if anyone prefers one over the other? thanks

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sammy girl
sammy girl

I have moved my skokke cot in and out of my daughters room several times. And it fits without the sodes touching the door. As long as your door is standard your fine. I have had my stokke for almost 3 years and had 2 babies later it still looks beautiful.


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CategoryCots
Price (RRP)$1299

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  • MPN: 10430X

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