So sixty cot 70x140 extendable to 70x160
Inspired by the design of the 1960s, the So sixty collection is a solution for those who love retro design, as well as practical and functional solutions. The decorative elements of the collection include slanted drawer fronts, asymmetrical furniture sides and beautiful high feet made of plywood. Subtle and timeless colours will look beautiful in every interior.
- complies with the European safety standards and norms
- three removable bars as part of a frame of the cot enable your child to get in and out of the cot freely
- three-level positioning of the mattress frame adapted to - the child's development (56 /43 /27 cm from the floor)
- can be converted into a sofa
- can be converted into a couch
- can be extended to 166 cm ; its lifespan can be extended up to approx. 8 years
- eco smart - a desk for the child may be formed by re-using parts of the bed
- a safety railing can be bought to prevent against falling out (optional)
length: 144 - 166
- mattress with the following dimensions fits the cot: 140 cm x 70 cm
- mattress with the following dimensions fits the couch: 70 cm x 160 cm
- service life: up to approx. 8 years.
Materials and finishing:
- high quality laminated board resistant to damage and moisture, easy to keep clean
- lacquered birch plywood
- varnished beech wood
- beech plywood
The lacquers used as part of the production are safe for children, and certified in accordance with EN71/3
Instruction for use:
The furniture should be wiped with a soft cotton cloth dampened with water or a furniture care product.
The furniture is delivered in packages for self-assembly. Detailed assembly instructions are provided in the packages along with the equipment.
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