John Lewis Dual Purpose Spring Cotbed review
Our tests indicate this mattress poses a potential suffocation risk if a young baby turns onto his or her front and is not able to turn back the other way. This is an issue not when new, but after several years of use.
This mattress passed all relevant safety tests at launch, but John Lewis & Partners is recalling the Dual Purpose Spring Cotbed mattress after conducting their own retests of the product. Contact them on 01698 545 160 to arrange a replacement and a refund.
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- Pocket spring
As the name suggests, the John Lewis Dual Purpose Pocket Spring Cotbed Mattress has two sides to it: a firm side to provide the higher level of support needed by younger babies, and a softer side to give extra comfort to older toddlers. So, is it twice as good as other mattresses? We tested it to find out, so read on for our full review.
- 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
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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