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Old 23.04.2012, 09:02
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Koo Di Travel Cots

Anybody got any experience with these? We have a traditional travel bed for car journeys, but can't take them via plane really and were thinking about buying one...

Also, anybody know any online retailers stocking them here? I've googled a little but drawn a blank (Germany probably won't work as we need it quick-ish)
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Old 23.04.2012, 10:06
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Re: Koo Di Travel Cots

The Samsonite bubble bed is pretty similar, and available here or here
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The Samsonite bubble bed is pretty similar, and available here or here
Thanks Castro. You used them, or you're just a helpful mod?
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Old 23.04.2012, 10:21
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Sorry never used them, but they do look like a professional outfit. However since you need it quick, I would give them a call to make sure they have stock.
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Sorry never used them, but they do look like a professional outfit. However since you need it quick, I would give them a call to make sure they have stock.
I meant the cots, not the site
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I meant the cots, not the site
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No, we've got the infinitely more bulky Graco Contour Storage, which currently lives at our parents house in London (so much for a travel cot ).
Its actually not too bad as it folds into a unit the size of a golf bag and the cot doubles up as a playpen.



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