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Which cot mattress brands do parents rate?

And find out whether the most popular cot mattress brands are the best

Our tough cot mattress tests help you to find the best cot mattress, but we also ask parents about whether they’re happy with their cot mattress purchase and which brands they recommend.

Most popular cot mattress brands

Mothercare cot mattresses

The majority of parents we spoke to owned a Mothercare cot mattress, and the retailer currently has seven mattresses in its range.

We’ve tested the Mothercare Anti-Allergy Spring Cot Bed Mattress and Mothercare Airflow Pocket Spring Cot Bed Mattress.

Mamas & Papas cot mattresses

Mamas & Papas is the second most commonly owned cot mattress brand and, similar to Mothercare, the nursery retailer sells a large range of own-brand mattresses.

Our reviews include the Mamas & Papas Essential Pocket Spring Cot Bed Mattress and the Mamas & Papas Premium Pocket Spring Cot Bed Mattress.

See how more popular cot mattress brands compare

Best and worst cot mattress brands

There’s a big difference in how satisfied parents are with different cot mattress brands.

The customer score, below, is a combination of how satisfied the owners are with their cot mattress, plus whether they would recommend it to a friend or a loved one.

The customer star rating is a combination of ratings for comfort, ease of cleaning and value for money.

Go to our which cot mattress brand to buy to find out what’s the best cot mattress brand.

Best cot mattresses

Our tests have found a concerning difference between the best and the worst cot mattresses.

A good cot mattress should be firm, durable and easy to wash and keep clean.

Eight mattresses we’ve tested are impressive enough to join our shortlist of the best cot mattresses, but we’ve also uncovered seven Don’t Buys, two of which have potential safety risks.

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