Baby Bjorn Travel Cot

Baby Bjorn Travel Cot – The best portacot on the market

Baby Bjorn Travel CotThe Baby Bjorn Travel Cot is the best travel cot on the market. It is easy to use, lightweight, folds into an easy carry case and is the perfect travel accessory for your family. Here is everything we love about it…

The Baby Bjorn Travel Cot Light is lightweight

The Baby Bjorn Travel Cot only weights 6kg. It is easy to carry while travelling but it’s just as good to use at home or when you are visiting friends. It comes in a handy travel bag, measuring 49x60x14cm. It fits well into cars, under the bed for storage and the travel bag means that it is ready to check in on flights.

The Baby Bjorn Travel Cot Light is easy to set up

Forget about the endless popping up of sides you cant get to lock, pushing and twisting the base and lugging around something that weighs twice as much as your three-year-old. The Baby Bjorn Travel Cot Light pops up in one simple, easy movement. Watch the video below to see how easy it is! (even dad can do it lol!)

The Baby Bjorn Travel Cot is comfortable

Remember the travel cots that had that rock hard base that no baby would ever sleep on? The Baby Bjorn travel cot has a soft mattress that babies and kids will love to sleep on. Be aware though that you should never add an extra mattress to your baby travel cot, as it can increase the risk of SIDS. Only ever use the travel cot mattress provided.

The Baby Bjorn Travel Cot can be used for several years

One of the great features of the Baby Bjorn Travel Cot is that there is no upper weight limit. As long as your child can’t climb out then there is no reason you need to move them out of the cot.

Why do you need a portacot?

Travelling with portacots

Portacots can be beneficial for many reasons. A primary benefit is having a portable bed that your child is familiar with. When you travel toddlers and small children can often feel displaced and disoriented. Taking a bed that is familiar will provide a sense of comfort in unfamiliar surroundings.

Also, while many hotels and villas provide portacots when you book, many aren’t up to code and are outdated. They may be damaged, not have the correct mattress or be really old. The best portacot when travelling is one that you can be sure is safe and that your child will sleep in.



Your portacot doesn’t even need to be for travel. They are also great if you are sleeping at a family or friend’s place, or if your baby is sleeping over by themselves somewhere. Once again, taking your own travel cot means that you know your child will feel safe and secure when they go to bed.

Choosing the best travel cot

If you are trying to choose the best travel cot for your family there are a few things you should consider. What are you using it for? How old is your child? Are you flying with it? Does it need to be easy to set up? For me, the Baby Bjorn Travel Cot Light meets all the requirements for the best travel cot on the market. It’s so easy even Nana can set it up!

Baby Bjorn travel cot

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