Ikea Drömmande review
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- Pocket spring w/ coir and latex
Ikea uses coconut fibre and latex in the core of its Drömmande pocket-sprung cot mattress, which the manufacturer says provides good ventilation, resilience and comfort. All three are essential if your child is going to enjoy a safe and restful night’s sleep, but is this cot mattress durable enough to see them right through their early years? Read our review to find out.
- Pros and cons
- What is it?
- How well does it support your baby?
- How durable is it?
- Is there anything I should know?
- Should I buy it?
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Cot mattress safety
Reduce the risk of SIDS and ensure your baby sleeps safely with our cot mattress safety tips. Find out what size your cot mattress should be, how it should fit the cot bed and whether second hand cot bed mattresses are ok to use
Which cot mattress should you buy?
Discover the best and safest cot mattress for baby, whether its a foam cot mattress, a spring or pocket spring cot mattress or a coir or natural fibre cot mattress, from Argos, Ikea, John Lewis, Mothercare or another nursery brand
How we test cot mattresses
Our tough cot mattress tests include measuring how firm each mattress is and how much body support it offers, so we can help you to find a durable, safe, value-for-money cot bed mattress that's resistant to leaks and easy to clean