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Arm's Reach Co-Sleeper Original Bassinet, Coco Natural (Discontinued by Manufacturer) (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

4.1 out of 5 stars 51 customer reviews

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About the Product
  • The co-sleeper attaches securely to the adult bed under the top mattress and fits all bed from twin to cal king, with height of 24'. We offer leg extensions that will bring the height of the co-sleeper to 30' for higher beds
  • Original bassinet offers a cozy environment, creating ease of nighttime nursing and comfort, baby sleeps in its own little sleeping nest next to the parent, attached to the adult bed
  • Includes fitted sheet, mattress and carry bag
  • Size 28' x40' x31'
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Product Description

Keep your infant within an arm's reach - the Arm's Reach Co-Sleeper is a unique creation allowing you and your baby to sleep safely and comfortably next to each other from the moment you take them home. Easily attaching to your bed, the Co-Sleeper uses a dropped side to sit level with your mattress. Now, when your little one fusses in the night, you can simply roll over and give the attention they need - it's perfect for feeding time! But, that's not all. The Original Co-Sleeper converts to a playard and a changing table. The playard is made of a sturdy, double nylon floor and industry-approved safety locking arms. Great for travel, the entire unit folds up into a 10 x 10 x 32 nylon carrying case with sturdy carrying strap.

From the Manufacturer

Arm's reach original co-sleeper bassinet is a unique creation that allows you and your baby (s) to sleep safely and comfortably next to each other from the moment you bring your baby home. The co-sleeper enables you to reach over and draw your baby close for comforting and bonding. Unique design makes breastfeeding easy.

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Technical Details
Item Weight34 pounds
Product Dimensions40 x 28 x 31 inches
UPC648357081138
Item model number8113BS-CN
Minimum weight recommendation16 Ounces
Maximum weight recommendation35 Pounds
  
Additional Information
ASINB001E8YG66
Best Sellers Rank #93,294 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight34.8 pounds
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Shipping Advisory:This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  
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We looked around quite a bit before ordering a co-sleeper, and eventually settled on this one because of its rating and the fact that its max weight is higher than that of any other co-sleeper we saw. We checked it out at a local baby store first and definitely examined it pretty well, comparing the size and checking how supportive it was before purchasing it here (we definitely found the best price here). It's definitely a good sized co-sleeper, so if you're looking for a more compact one, this wouldn't be the one for you. However, since we're planning on using it for twins, it's a great size. The assembly was straight-forward, in the sense that it was similar to any other pack and play, but putting the co-sleeper support on top was a little confusing. However, it really didn't take too long to figure out what was needed and all in all, it didn't take that much time to put together. The co-sleeper support seems very strong, and there's no obvious dips or flimsiness anywhere, unlike some similar products we looked at, so I think it will support our twins nicely. The materials seem very durable and look quite nice and of good quality. We've heard that king sized pillow cases work great as covers for the sleeping pad, and are cheaper than the fitted sheets that you can get, so we're definitely going to go that route for extra sheets. We're still a couple of months from when our twins are expected, so we haven't tested it out yet, but we think it'll be a great product for those first couple of months, especially while nursing.

UPDATE: Our twin daughters are now about 4 months old now and we've been using the co-sleeper off and ever since we brought them home from the hospital.
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Bought for twins and they've been sleeping in it for three months now. We don't use it as a cosleeper, just as a bassinet. Much, much more stable than a graco pack n play. I bought the Eddie Bauer sheet a lot of people recommended, but I use that as a mattress pad under the sheet that came with it. I also have furniture sliders under the legs so I can slide it around when needed. Pockets are great for diapers and wipes for night time diaper changes. My only recommendation - buy it and get it set up before the babies come. We waited a couple of weeks and it isn't an easy job when you are sleep deprived.
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From crazzeto's wife:

Over all, I really like this as both a bassinet and a playpen. Unfortunately, the instructions were extremely difficult and confusing and we never actually did figure out how to turn it into a cosleeper as we had intended. I think it sat half-assembled in our bedroom for several weeks until we could get over the initial frustration and give it another go. We never did figure it out fully, and as it turns out we couldn't have even used it as a cosleeper anyway because our bed was too high and we never got the attachments to raise it up so we just shoved the bassinet version up against our bed and made the best of it. The baby slept soundly in it, though, and we never had an issues with the mattress. We didn't think it was too hard or lumpy the way others have.
After our baby outgrew the bassinet (you're really not supposed to keep them in any bassinet once they become even the least bit mobile, so take the reviewers who say their baby flipped and kicked and rolled their way to a dangerous position with a grain of salt) we turned it into a playpen. The biggest problem with it as a playpen is that the foldable mattress folds over the bar running down the middle and basically forms a mountain range that divides the playpen in two and makes it uncomfortable for your baby to play in. My baby never fails to cry when I put her in it (mostly just so I can go to the bathroom - she hates being in there too much for me to just let her play there). She also figured out she can step on the lining that runs from the bottom of the playpen to about 6 inches up and peek her head over the top of the railing. She can't currently get out but she's trying, and I think the way it's designed it's only a matter of time before she manages to topple out.
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I bought this product for my third child and wished I had known about it for my 2nd child. No more walking down the hall to nurse a screaming infant. No more falling asleep in the baby's room because you are too exhausted to go back to bed. You can pull the baby in the bed to nurse and then put back in the bed. You hear them earlier and respond to their needs so that they and you get back to bed sooner. I can not say enough nice things about this product. I have used it for 2 children 3 years apart and it still looks like new. Has held up very well. Yes it is more difficult to break down than a regular pack and play. Would recommend a cheap one to travel and leave this one up.
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By Morgannin on January 12, 2012
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My daughter is currently six months old and has been using this, in one form or another, since the day she came home from the hospital. I did have to buy the leg extensions for mine. I breastfed my baby and do not know what I would have done without this. I never would have gotten any rest. My daughter ate every two hours like clockwork. This co-sleeper allowed her to sleep close enough to be able to see, hear, and smell me. If I had put her in a different room in a crib, neither of us would have gotten any rest. When she was four months old, she started rolling and trying to push herself up, so we removed the bassinet. By then, she was sleeping through the night. We then moved it into her room (we have a video camera in there and she wears a Snuza) and she still sleeps in it. We are now trying to find her a crib.
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