Stokke® Bounce ‘n’ Sleep

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Stokke® Bounce ‘n’ Sleep

Do the 2 angles on the Stokke® Bounce ‘n’ Sleep bouncer mean it can be used as a crib substitute?
The tilted position of the bouncer is ideal for feeding (i.e. a 30 degree angle to avoid reflux). The reclined position provides optimal support and comfort for your baby to rest a while, but, due to differing safety standards, the Stokke® Bounce ‘n’ Sleep Bouncer does not replace a proper cot or bassinette.
Can I use the Stokke® Bounce ‘n’ Sleep Daybed as a substitute for a baby cot/crib?
The Stokke® Bounce ‘n’ Sleep Daybed has been tested and approved to meet international safety and quality standards that apply to baby cribs and bassinette/moses baskets. It is therefore safe for overnight use during the first few months after birth.
What are the weight and dimensions of the Stokke® Bounce ‘n’ Sleep?
The Stokke® Bounce ‘n’ Sleep Daybed has the following measurements:
L: 945 mm
W: 525 mm
H: 628 mm

When In the box, the measurements are:
L:963 mm
W: 656 mm
H: 60 mm
Weight: 3,8 Kg

The Stokke® Bounce ‘n’ Sleep Bouncer has the following measurements:
L: 782 mm
W: 452 mm
H: 530/240 mm

When In the box, the measurements are:
L: 792 mm
W: 463 mm
H: 220 mm
Weight: 3,8 Kg"
What is the maximum recommended load for the Stokke® Bounce ‘n’ Sleep?
The maximum recommended load for the Stokke® Bounce ‘n’ Sleep Bouncer is 9 kg/12 lbs.
Max. load for the toy hanger is 100 gr.

There is no fixed maximum recommended load for the Stokke® Bounce ‘n’ Sleep Daybed, but as a general rule, when a child is able to sit, kneel or push/pull itself up unaided, use of the daybed should be discontinued.
Can I use a different mattress of my choosing for the Stokke® Bounce ‘n’ Sleep Daybed?

If you choose to use a mattress for the Stokke® Bounce ‘n’ Sleep Daybed other than the one provided with the product, it is your responsibility to ensure the mattress is of the correct shape and size to cover the complete base surface of the Daybed, with gaps between the edge of the mattress and the side of the daybed not exceeding 4 cm./1.5 inches and the thickness of the mattress not exceeding 5 cm./ 2 inches. Failure to do so presents a suffocation hazard for the child.