Details about Mamas and Papas Ocean Cot/Day bed - Dark OakSee original listing
24 Apr, 2011 19:22:50 BST
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Sheffield South Yorkshire, GB, United Kingdom
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|Type:||Cotbed||Brand:||Mamas & Papas|
A fantastic piece of nursery furniture that is only 2.5 years old. This is the Mamas and Papas Ocean Cot/Day bed in dark solid oak with oak veneers. The cot is really solid and sturdy and looks fantastic in any nursery or bedroom.
The cot base adjusts to 3 different heights as your baby grows and then the side comes off and is replaced with a daybed rail to create a beautiful toddler bed and eventually could then be used as a day bed in any room of the house that could be kept for years.
The cot comes complete with a full length underbed storage draw.
A size 400 mattress is recommended for use with the cotbed but this is not included in the sale.
There are a few very small scratches that are not very noticable, and there are a few scratches on the sides of the draw which cannot be seen unless the draw is open. There is also a few marks on the back of the cot side that was up against the wall which cannot be seen from the front.
Size: H 90 x W 83 x L 156 cm approx
We have two of these cots and we are keeping one for a new baby and moving our twin boys into single beds and it is only reluctantly for lack of room that we are selling this one. These cots retail at £665 brand new.
The auction includes the cotbed, the fittings to convert it to a daybed, the underbed storage draw, the instruction manual and the Mamas and Papas screwdriver that came with the cotbed.
The cot will be dismantled and fully cleaned and ready for collection and transportation.
We are a pet free and smoke free home.
The cot is for collection only unless the buyer wishes to arrange their own courier. The cot must be collected within a week of the auction finishing. We are based in the north of Sheffield - near J35 on the M1.
If you have any question though please email me and I will be happy to answer them.