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Nickname1980 Sun 05-Jan-14 19:38:10

Does anyone have one? What do you think of it? I can't find any reviews about it because it's pretty new.

I can't decide whether to get one of these or hire an NCT bednest.

I like the idea of the snuzpod over the bednest because the top part is transportable so the baby can take its naps in the living room with me, too.

hopetoun Thu 23-Jan-14 20:51:33

Wondering the same thing. Also like that the snuzpod can be rocked. However down side is that it unlike the bednest, it doesn't attach to your bed. Which did you opt for?

AlwaysDancing1234 Tue 28-Jan-14 07:54:51

I was wondering the same but if you look on thelittlegreensheep website it does say
"Includes straps to attach to beds (excluding Divans, sold separately)"

Steven75 Tue 28-Jan-14 11:38:35

I have the snuzpod and it's great! Yes, it DOES attach to the bed :-) It comes with divan straps (don't know why it says sold seperately, mine were included?) as well so whichever type of bed you have it will work with. Even when it attaches to the bed you can still lift the bassinet off too ....but yes, the rocking function is indeed a great feature (at 3am)!!!

Hope it helps!

hopetoun Mon 03-Feb-14 20:20:02

That's really helpful - can I ask one more Qu - can you rock it whilst it's attached to your bed?

Steven75 Thu 06-Feb-14 15:05:46

No, it doesn't rock when attached to the bed, the straps hold it tight against the bed - I suppose if you wanted it to be rocking you could not attach it to the bed and leave the wall up but we like using the zip down wall as it's really easy.

Nickname1980 Thu 06-Mar-14 11:53:46

Just a quick update if it's helpful to anyone - I got a Chicco Next2Me in the end and I am really happy with it. It clips onto the bed and is bigger than the Snuzpod and NCT bednest, so I think my baby might be able to actually stay in it until he's 6 months old. The others say babies can sleep in them until 6 months, but I think they might be a little too small.

The other thing I like about the Next2Me is, because it's bigger than the Snuzpod and Bednest, I can use my Cocoonababy in it.

Steven75 Thu 06-Mar-14 12:20:56

@Nickname1980> How are you finding not being able to lower or raise the front wall when it's attached to your bed? That was my biggest issue with the chicco. Size wise I wasn't as concerned because the snuzpod and bednest are the same length as the next2me and usually that is what limits how long your baby can stay in them - also i wanted something that i could move around the house easily like a moses basket. The cocoonababy fits in the snuzpod as well, not sure on the bednest. I think all of these bedside cribs are great and it just depends what you will use them for, it's great to see more of them available and the fact they're getting cheaper.

marcered Thu 01-Jan-15 20:15:38

Hi everyone, for those of you who have snuzpods, has anyone tried to use a mobile for it? We didn't find any that could be attached and not fall down, etc. Thanks!

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