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Cheapest cot?

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navyeyelasH Wed 05-Aug-09 13:59:16

Where can I find a new cheap cot for quite cheap? Doesn't have to include the mattress.


WhereTheWildThingsWere Wed 05-Aug-09 14:01:30

Ikea have lots.

fairimum Wed 05-Aug-09 14:09:28

ours was from ebay, was about £8 I think, then just got a new matress!

navyeyelasH Wed 05-Aug-09 14:27:34

fairimum I am thinkign that I may have to do that but I did want matching ones and I need 4!

WTWTA - Ikea ones atrt at £40? Is that right?

WhereTheWildThingsWere Wed 05-Aug-09 14:31:23

£39, yes, I don't think I've seem anything cheaper, unless you got very lucky in a sale.

AmazingBouncingFerret Wed 05-Aug-09 14:33:15

I clicked on this to mention Ikea but several people have beat me to it!

AcademicMum Wed 05-Aug-09 14:33:34

The cheapest IKEA ones are about £40, but I think this is about the cheapest new cot you can buy.

AcademicMum Wed 05-Aug-09 14:34:34

Ooops, several others have already said it blush

navyeyelasH Wed 05-Aug-09 14:42:57

hmmm is it safe to use a 2nd hand cot right? Will get a new mattress just worried that cots aren't designed to be taken apart and put back together etc?

MrsBadger Wed 05-Aug-09 14:52:54

yes safe to use a second hand cot so long as it is up to current safety regs (ie not more than about 20y old)

obv check all fixings and replace if knackered

Seona1973 Wed 05-Aug-09 14:57:06

does it have to be a proper cot or would a travel cot do? You can get them from about £30.

navyeyelasH Wed 05-Aug-09 15:06:00

Has to be a proper cot - thaks [again!] Mrs Badger!

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