Kiddicare Sweet Dreams Spring Interior Mattress review

from Kiddicare
RRP  £49.99
Kiddicare Sweet Dreams

by motherandbaby |
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Kiddicare’s Sweet Dreams Spring Interior Children's Mattress (140 x 70cm) is affordable and comfortable. The cover zips off, which makes cleaning easy although the inner lining has a tendency to get stuck on the zip. The mattress is firm and is likely to keep its shape, offering good support to little sleepers. It’s a quality mattress that’s superbly priced – a good buy for budget shoppers.

Tested by mum Elizabeth Emmanuel for the M&B Awards 2016:

Why would you recommend this product to a friend/fellow mum?

Wonderful mattress made out of great materials at a very reasonable price.  Mybaby seems to enjoy sleeping on it!

How does this product make your life easier as a mum?

It fits perfectly in the cot and is well made and will be long lasting.

Tested by mum Francis Reynolds for the M&B Awards 2016:

Why would you recommend this product to a friend/fellow mum?

This is a great design, high quality product. Great value at just £29.99. The covers are washable and made of a good quality fabric that looks like it will last years. The colour is very slightly off white so fits in well with any room (although covered by a sheet anyway). The mattress fitted perfectly into the cot bed and seemed comfortable to lie on - we trialed lying on the mattress ourselves.

How does this product make your life easier as a mum?

A comfortable mattress hopefully means a better night sleep for baby. The washable covers mean any accidents when they are a little older can be easily washed away.

If you could change one thing about this product what would it be?

Nothing - I thought it was perfect.

Tested by dad Mike Ehlas for the M&B Awards 2016:

Why would you recommend this product to a friend/fellow dad?

A good, solid mattress. Easy to put in/take out of the cot. It didn't bend too much like some cheaper quality mattresses do. Having tried it out myself on the floor it seemed firm yet flexible and I think a young child would have a great night's sleep on it. For the price, I think you are getting a lot for your money.

How does this product make your life easier as a dad?

The washable covers are a great addition to any mattress and a must have during dry night training when they are a little older, yet also for any nappy leakages whilst young. The mattress seemed to fit well in the cot bed; no large gaps around the sides for little arms and legs to fall/get trapped in which can often be the cause of babies waking themselves up.

If you could change one thing about this product what would it be?

The thickness. The mattress seems quite thin meaning some sheets might be too loose fitting.

Product Information

  • Quilted Micro-fibre fabric with polyester filling top surface

  • High density dent resistant foam interior

  • Orthopaedic Double Cone Springs

  • Micro-fibre fabric base cover

  • Dimensions - (W)700 x (D)100 x (H)1400mm

  • Weight: 4.7kg

  • 100% polypropylene cover

  • Removable washable cover at 30 degrees

  • 4.9kg

  • A fully linked double cone spring base is cocooned in high density foam

  • Double cone spring interior provides the correct postural support for use especially in cot beds

  • Comfortable, supportive and long lasting

  • Can be used with new borns and up to 7 years old.

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