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Does anyone have the mothercare troll bedside cot?

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beanypip1 Sat 07-Jun-14 16:13:00

Hi does anyone have the mothercare troll bedside cot? I'm thinking of buying it but I can't find anywhere what the mattress heights are? No mothercare stocks it apparently but I was Told it has 7 or 8 heights. Our bed is quite high (62cm). Does anyone have the cot and could they please have a quick measure to see if it would go to that height? If not what is the highest it goes to? Thank you x

beanypip1 Sat 07-Jun-14 19:18:27


beanypip1 Mon 09-Jun-14 13:50:12

Just bumping once more on the off chance anyone has one x

Pipsmilkmaid Tue 10-Jun-14 04:48:26

I have one will try to measure in the morning. After I had the sales lady phone head office and chase around for a couple if days they did add the measurements to the website.

pickledpumpkin Tue 10-Jun-14 11:24:12

I just measured mine and from the floor to the highest level is 35 cm . You need to then add the thickness of the mattress. Ours came up short by about 10 cm so we had to build an insert with a sheet of plywood and some wooden blocks. Doh . Not good when the cot costs over 200 quid!

beanypip1 Tue 10-Jun-14 14:31:37

Thank you for measuring. We have ordered it as the woman checked the book and says it's the same height as most cots which would make our bed too short! The website says highest setting is 40cm. It's very confusing guess I'll find out when I put it up!

Thank you x

Pipsmilkmaid Tue 10-Jun-14 14:41:17

Ours with the coasters on is 48cm from the floor to top of the mattress our bed is 55cm buy we've not had any trouble.
The up and over mechanism is a bit stiff bit I love it. Was the only one of this kind we could find.

Staceypreston32 Mon 18-May-15 09:33:42

How did you get on with the troll cot? I have a bed a similar height (62cm) and was thinking of buying this cot. LO has been co sleeping since birth (10 months old now) but I'd quite like my bed back but still need him near as in breastfeeding all night!

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