John Lewis Changing Table, Natural
Purchased this for our imminently due first baby and their new nursery. I was really happy to find a wooden changing table that matched our cotbed. All seemed well until I opened the box. No assembly instructions were included (OK as quite straightforward), but then on closer inspection there were lots of scratches on the table, and some chipping from the bottom of one of the legs. One of the fixings was also faulty, failing to tighten. I wonder if this one has already been out to and returned by another customer? Really disappointing from John Lewis as we normally shop here for the quality. Also a real frustration and waste of time to have to assemble and then disassemble the product to return. What a shame to feel nervous about a replacement delivery from JL being potentially faulty too.
04 September 2014
A must have
Absolutely fantastic. Sturdy, everything in one place, lots of storage space. Works well with the wedge changing mat.
13 July 2014
Sturdy, practical but not spectacular
Looks good and has lots of storage space for all the things you need. One drawback however is getting a changing mat that is the exact size to sit on the top part of the changing table - the table does not hold a standard sized changing mat
16 December 2012
Very smart and practical item at a bargain price! Can't fault it! Fantastic!!! A doddle to assemble also and delivery was swift!
12 October 2012
Really lovely changing table
So easy to put together and feels very sturdy. A great product. Can't wait to use it when our baby arrives!
20 September 2012
Great Value for money
lovely item easy to assemble sturdy and great value for money
17 September 2012
Great quality and value
Fit for the purpose and also will be a useful piece of furniture when no longer required as a changing unit (unlike the plastic equivalents).
06 September 2012
Shoddy, shoddy, shoddy
Arrived with three manufacturing defects, two of which may be safety critical - the two side supports that hold the table where the baby lies both have large cracks in the wood, which may have caused it to fail in use. The implications of that don't bare thinking about.
25 August 2012