John Lewis Lasko Cotbed, Oak
This is a beautifully made and classic looking cotbed. We almost bought another range, more chunky, but when we saw that in the flesh at a store we decided to go down the classic route. Now at. 1.5yrs baby is out of the cot and into the bed but keeping him in it is another matter but it's all part of the fun I guess. He sure enjoys being in his room a lot more since we changed the cot to a bed. We also purchased the chest from this range but were not happy with the flimsy feeling drawers so sent that back and purchased another slightly more expensive tall chest from an infinitely stronger range (Essence). Very happy.
14 January 2014
High quality product
Although we have not yet used the cotbed, it arrived very well packaged with clear and easy to follow instructions. The wood is of excellent quality. The range of mattress heights is ideal and easy to change as and when needed. A lovely product.
28 November 2012
Very happy with this purchase
Excellent cot in stylish natural wood. Found it very easy to assemble and looks straight foward to transform into the bed at a later stage.
Our 9 week old son settled into the new bed really well and sleeps so much better in it than his moses basket. We teamed it with the John Lewis Coir Spring Cotbed Mattress and he looks so comfortable now that he can stretch out and look around.
Would defintely recommend this product. Should really give it 5 stars but decided on 4 since it is one of the more expensive cot beds available.
19 July 2012
This cot looks lovely and it's really functional, having 3 base height options. It's very solid and looks a lot better quality than cheaper cots.
10 November 2011
Very easy to assemble. Looks great. Very solid wood.
Highly reccomend this product.
09 November 2011
Happy with our purchase
We bought this to match the oak furniture we had in our nursery. The design is simple, and it perhaps doesn't look as 'expensive' as it's pricetag. However the oak looks lovely & we are pleased with it. It was relativly straight forwards to construct with two people. The cot sides are fixed when in use- meaning it is necessary to stoop down to put the baby in. An adjustable side may have been useful, but I don't think that is a common feature with most cotbeds.
06 July 2011