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To think a travel cot should not say in its instructions "do not leave child unattended"

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LoveBeingAMummy Tue 15-Sep-09 07:33:40

OK so have been looking for a trave cot for a weeks holiday next month, have just clicked on the Asda baby event and found this cot, great I thought £25 its only a fiver more than hiring one. Then saw this about not leaving a child unattended Well whats the point of that then, or is it me and thats what it says about all travel cots?

MrFlibble Tue 15-Sep-09 07:41:04

probably means when the baby is awake, but its not exactly clear is it?!

Picante Tue 15-Sep-09 07:41:46

They probably all say it. They're just covering their backs.

Tee2072 Tue 15-Sep-09 07:42:37

I would assume unattended would mean, have a monitor on. Not that you have to stand there and watch it sleep.

But I could be wrong!

ObsidianBlackbirdMcNight Tue 15-Sep-09 07:52:43

Ridiculous. But yes, I'm sure it's in case of litigation. 25 quid is cheap too, I got ours for 48! I use it as a permanent cot tho to get as much value out of it...

LoveBeingAMummy Tue 15-Sep-09 08:08:07

Yeah knows its really cheap was going get a cheap one, ahve also been looking on ebay, and then get a proper matress for it.

Glad its not just me, been awake since 2am so brain not working and needed the mn jury grin

pooexplosions Tue 15-Sep-09 09:42:53

Every single piece of baby equipment says that, so if any accident happens with it they can say, well we told you not to leave the child unattended.
Meaningless, don't worry about it.

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