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Arms Reach Co-Sleeper brand Mini Co-Sleeper Bassinet - Natural

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  • Mini Bassinet Co-Sleeper offers a cozy environment
  • Easier to recover from C-Section, Mother rests in her own bed.
  • New streamline size fits in smaller bedrooms.
  • Wheels on one end makes moving around the house and through doorways much easier.
  • One large storage space underneath the mattress offers secure zipper closing
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Technical Details
Item Weight24.2 pounds
Product Dimensions9 x 10 x 32 inches
OriginUSA
UPC648357041118
Item model number4111-N
StyleBassinet
  
Additional Information
ASINB00009Q6G6
Best Sellers Rank #54,803 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight24.4 pounds
  
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Product Description

Baby will sleep more comfortably when she's closer to Mommy in this award winning Mini Co-Sleeper Bassinet by Arm's Reach. With no assembly required and easy setup, it fits all beds up to 24H and takes up only 20x24" of floor space. Because no bumper pad is needed, it's perfect for newborns up to 23 lbs. Features ventilated floor and sides, a large zippered storage compartment and 4 side pockets perfect for diapers, wipes, toys and other nursery essentials. When Baby gets older, the bassinet is perfect for additional toy storage. JPMA approved. Includes carrying case for travel and a 100% cotton fitted sheet with polyester trim. Sturdy steel frame weighs only 24 lbs. Leg extension kit (not included) increases height by 2" up to 30". Imported. 31Hx20Wx34L.

Customer Reviews

The size of the mini is great for our small bedroom, but still plenty big enough.
Holly G
20 inches from the floor and the co-sleeper is too high relative to our bed for use according to manufacturer's instructions.
Mom-to-be
It is so nice to have him next to me at night and to be able to feed him without getting out of bed.
S. Spurlin

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83 of 91 people found the following review helpful By BrainyGirl on October 3, 2005
We had already debated the co-sleeper versus play yard decision & chose a play yard, reasoning that we would use it longer & that it wouldn't be that big a deal to hop out of bed a few steps to grab the baby. Then I had a c-section & my husband ran out to get the co-sleeper after all. We got the mini because I just didn't want to have to crawl all the way to the foot of my bed to get up like I would have to with the full size.

I was just sure this would make night time breastfeeding much easier. (You know: grab the baby, latch her on & lay back & get a few more winks while she nurses.) If you haven't yet had your baby & you share this fantasy: get over it. You won't be laying down to nurse with a brand new baby. And if your baby is like mine (90% on the growth charts) she likely may have out-grown the mini by the time she can nurse successfully laying down.

But I still give this 5 stars because it made life so much easier. We chose to have our baby sleep in our room until 3 months. All those crazy sounds that you're not used to coming over a baby monitor from another room, mean you really won't get any sleep because you'll be trudging up & down the hall all night long, and not just for feedings. Likewise, a crib or play yard (even in the same room) has the problem that you'll be getting up dozens of times a night to check on her. But with the co-sleeper, I just had to turn my head & see that she was fine. It's a lot easier to get back to sleep if you haven't had to get out of bed.

We weren't prepared to commit long-term to co-sleeping or "the family bed." I always knew we would move her to her own room at some point. (It turned out to be 3 months, instead of the 2 I'd originally planned.
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35 of 36 people found the following review helpful By JaymesW on August 28, 2011
There's a lot to love about the concept of co-sleeping, but definitely some things I wish were different with the Arm's Reach Mini. I picked up the Mini Co-Sleeper Classic second-hand, and I'm glad I didn't pay full price.

After setting this up, I really couldn't see myself taking this thing down often for travel, and luckily we haven't needed to. It's not hard, just awkward and annoying for me, but I thought Pack 'n Play's were annoying and it's the same concept. We use this exclusively at our bedside. For the same weight recommendation in a sleeper, we got the Fisher-Price Newborn Rock 'n Play Sleeper, Yellow (except we got the cream colored split ring pattern exclusive to a retailer - much more 'boyish'). The Rock 'n Play is so easy to tote around the house, and to the grandparents' homes. Highly recommended for travel!!!

What I was picturing when I decided on co-sleeping was a flush mattress that was even with me and would be the next best (but safer) thing to snuggling together on my bed. In reality, you have a height difference where the co-sleeper mattress is 4 inches lower than yours, which is what is recommended for safety. The height of the co-sleeper worked fine with our king-size bed, but because we have side rails on our bed we couldn't get a truly flush fit, so it's best that the mattresses are not the same height anyway. It would be nice if the base of the co-sleeper were a little narrower than the bassinet to accommodate this scenario. I've seen some reviewers say that they just use towels or blankets to make the mattresses the same height, but that seems dangerous to me and is against the manufacturer's recommendation.
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83 of 94 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on February 17, 2004
This is a great buy for us. You can reach in and get your baby to feed/cuddle and not worry about rolling over him in your sleep. It is securely fastened to your bed via a belt that goes between your mattress and base. It has two wheels that lock - we wheel it to our living room in the morning and back to the bedroom at night. It's easy to roll up and roll down the side facing the bed. It's also easy to fold if you follow the instructions to the T - the order in which you need to straighten/fold the top and bottom bars is very important. We have used this every day since our baby came home to when he turned 5 and half months old and we transitioned him to the big crib in his nursery. We still use the co-sleeper in the living room to put him down for his nap and will continue to do so till he no longer fits or starts to sit up. (He's 6 months old and 27 inches long now - to give you an idea of how long you can use this crib). You can purchase the special sized crib sheet from most online retailers for about seven dollars. I have two. We stow away all his toys in the storage area underneath and it keeps our house tidy. We even managed to fit a crib mobile on the co-sleeper. It's a very good value for the money compared to other fancy bassinets and rocking beds. We also considered the Original Co-sleeper but I'm glad we got this one because it makes it easy to get in/out of bed around the sleeper, much needed if you have a c-section. If you're looking for something good-looking - this is not for you. If you're looking for something useful and practical - this is for you.
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