Bambu Eco-Cot

Clever Little Monkey


Bambu is the truly eco-friendly non-toxic solid bamboo cot for your baby.

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Solid Bamboo Bambu Eco-Cot

The Bambu Eco-Cot is the truly eco-friendly non-toxic solid bamboo cot for your baby.

The diagonally slanted cot sides of the Bambu Cot create a unique, contemporary look for your baby’s nursery. Plus this truly eco-friendly bamboo cot conveniently converts into a toddler bed when baby is old enough –  simply replace the front cot side with the conversion kit to transform the cot into a toddler bed. The Bambu cot fits a cot mattress of 132cm x 66cm, available separately.

The sustainable and easily renewable bamboo ensures an eco-friendly choice whilst the natural non-VOC oil and vegetable based wax releases no harmful chemicals into your baby’s environment. Bambu is an eco-friendly range of nursery and toddler furniture treated with natural wax, creating the safest environment for little people. Bambu is hand-crafted from the highest quality bamboo at the foothills of the Chinese mountains by specialist bamboo craftsmen.

Designed exclusively for Clever Little Monkey.

FEATURES:

  • Eco-friendly sleep environment
  • Two mattress base heights
  • Slatted mattress base for mattress breathability
  • Converts to toddler bed (includes conversion panel)
  • Conforms to international safety standards

DIMENSIONS:

  • Height: 84cm
  • Length: 138cm
  • Width: 71.5cm

MATERIALS:

  • Bamboo wood
  • Natural vegetable wax

PLEASE NOTE:

  • This product ships flat pack and requires assembly

AVAILABLE SEPARATELY:

  • Mattress
  • Bedding and decor

Why buy Bamboo?

  • Environmentally friendly – unlike most hardwoods, bamboo is a sustainable and quickly renewable resource that can be harvested year after year without the need for fertilizer or pesticides
  • Durability – Bamboo furniture can withstand the wear and tear of everyday use and is far more resistant to damage than traditional hardwoods, and bamboo does not swell or shrink from changing atmospheric conditions
  • Natural beauty – Bamboo features a fine grain that adds beauty and elegance to any piece of furniture and is available in a wide variety of stains and finishes
  • Strength – Ounce for ounce, bamboo is stronger than many types of stee, while the lamination further enhances the inherent strength of this amazing plant and adds another layer of resistance to scratches and dings
  • Anti-bacteria – Bamboo is aggressively anti-bacterial and has a natural property called bamboo kun that kills up to 70% of any bacteria attempting to incubate on the bamboo, be it in its natural form or fabric

Our Bambu cots conform to the following safety standards:

  • With the mattress base set in the lower position, the cot sides or end are at least 500 mm higher than the mattress (as long as the mattress is not thicker than 10cm)
  • The spacing between the bars or panels in the cot sides and ends measure 44 mm—gaps wider than 95 mm can trap a child’s head
  • There are no fittings (including bolts, knobs and corner posts) that might catch onto your child’s clothing and cause distress or strangulation
Dimensions71.5 x 138 x 84 cm

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COT ASSEMBLY TIPS:

  • This product ships flat pack and requires self-assembly by at least 2 persons
  • Please follow the assembly instructions carefully – if you do not understand them please contact us or engage the services of an assembly team
  • Ensure that all fittings are in place and kept tightened at all times as loose fittings may result in child injury or damage to the furniture
  • Be aware of small parts or extra fittings which could be swallowed by small children prior to assembly or plastic bags and other packaging that could suffocate or hurt small children
  • Do not attempt to move the furniture in an assembled state as structural damage may occur
  • Be sure to keep all fittings when moving as the same fittings may not be attainable at a later stage
  • Please note that the lowest bed base position is the safest
  • Once baby can sit up you need to drop the cot base to the lowest setting
  • Once you have dropped the base to the lowest setting, remove the 4 support squares so that baby cannot use them to climb on

THIS COT CONFORMS TO INTERNATIONAL SAFETY STANDARDS:

  • From the top of the bed base to the top of the cot sides should measure:
    • 600 mm when cot base is in lowest setting
    • 300 mm when cot base is in highest setting
  • The distance between the top of the mattress and cot sides must be no less than 500mm
  • The mattress must fit the cot firmly – any gaps at the ends and sides should be less than 25mm
  • Spaces between the bars of the cot must be between 45mm and 65mm; if the slats are more than 4.5 cm to 6.5 cm apart, the baby’s body can slide between the slats and the baby can suffocate
  • The four corner posts must not stick up more than 5mm
  • Screws and nails must not stick out
  • Cot ends must not have fancy cut outs
  • There must not be any bars, ledges or other footholds that an infant can use to climb out of the cot
  • The base of the cot must be firm, with no parts to collapse or bend when pushed down

SAFETY TIPS:

  • Before placing your child in the cot, check the cot for any loose or missing parts, such as screws, bolts or mattress support hangers, and make sure all screws or bolts are securely tightened
  • Regularly check that the fastenings are tight and are working satisfactorily
  • Keep hanging mobiles well out of reach
  • Make sure the space above the cot is free of objects such as pictures or mirrors which could fall onto your child
  • Keep the cot away from windows, especially if the room is not on the ground floor
  • Never use electric blankets or hot water bottles for babies or young children
  • Remove loose plastic coverings from the mattress
  • Make sure the correct mattress size is used
  • Never put these things in a cot with your baby:
    • pillows, especially if your baby is under two
    • electric blankets or hot water bottles
    • toys, books or items that a growing baby can use to climb to the top of the sides or ends of the cot and fall
    • objects that could smother or strangle your baby
  • Do not use a cot which is broken

Changing from a cot to a bed

Children over 2 years are generally old enough to sleep in a toddler bed conversion so they can climb in (and out) easily and not fall out at night.

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