Arm's Reach Co-Sleeper Original Bassinet, Coco Natural (Discontinued by Manufacturer) (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
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- 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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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.Read more ›
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.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I wish I had this for my other baby. This is the best invention I have ever come across for new babies. I now consider it an absolute essential.Published 9 months ago by Eden Kingston
This is well built and sturdy, but not as functional as I had hoped. As a co sleeper, I loved having baby right next to me---but the bassinet was just too big! Read morePublished 9 months ago by Caleb Monroe
Just buy it.
I've used it for my 2nd and 3rd kids.
Forget bassinets and cribs
This was hands down one of my best purchases, We used it until my poor hubby got tired of seeing it next to my side of the bed. Read morePublished on February 20, 2014 by NaturallyEJ
A God send! My son was in this for almost a year. First as bassinet and then as pack and play, right next to our bed. Read morePublished on November 18, 2013 by sspiegal
As with many things, when my son was first born I didn't see the real value of this. I wished I had gotten a cute little bassinet. This is not cute. At all. Read morePublished on August 24, 2013 by Amazon Customer