The Leander cot has 5 configurations as per the image above
1. For infants, the cot base is positioned at the high setting as your baby is not yet mobile and does not need the high sides for protection.
2. Once your baby is mobile, the base must be lowered so the high sides can keep him/her safe.
3. As your baby becomes a toddler, the first adaptation takes place: one of the rail sides comes off. The familiar feeling of protection and safety provided by the high sides is maintained but this configuration allows your child to climb in and out by him-/herself.
4. As your child develops further, the other three sides are removed (all together) and the cot is now a small bed without any signs that it was ever a cot.
5. Your child’s continued growth dictates when the transition to the junior bed takes place. The timber extension pieces required and the extension mattress piece are bought separately. You can also add a junior bed guard.
- Danish design with soft curved lines
- Designed from a child’s perspective
- Made from beech timber from sustainable sources
- From newborn to school age
- World class breathable mattress options
- Cot measures 120W x 70D x 95H cm
- Converts to a junior bed. Kit available
- Junior Bed measures 150W x 70D x 55H cm
- Can hold up to 100kg
- Available in whitewash, white or grey