Stokke® Home™ Bed

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  • How should I maintain and clean my Stokke® Home™ Bed?

    The best way to maintain your Stokke® Home™ Bed, is to wipe it with a soft, damp clothe, afterwards wipe down with a dry clothe until completely dry.

    Refrain from using a micro fiber cloth or household detergents as they may damage the finish of the crib.

  • What is the difference between the Stokke® Home™ Bed mattress in the UK and in Europe?

    The Stokke ® Home™ Bed mattress sold in the UK is treated with flame retardants. This is due to manufacturing and safety requirements in the UK.
  • What are the measurements of the Stokke® Home™ Bed mattress?

    The Stokke® Home™ Bed mattress is rectangular and 10 cm high or thick, 132 cm long and 70 cm wide.

    Or 3,9 inches high/thick, 52 inches long and 27,5 inches wide.

  • What is the different positions for Stokke® Home ™ Bed Guard?

    There are three positions for the Stokke® Home ™ Bed Guard so you can choose your preferred room solution.
  • What are the weight and dimensions of the Stokke® Home™ Bed?

    The dimensions and weight of the Stokke® Home™ Bed when packaged in the box are:

    • Box 1 of 2 (weight 15kg (33lbs) / L: 78cm (30,7’’) / W: 9cm (3,5’’) / H: 137cm (54’’)
    • Box 2 of 2 (weight 20kg (44lbs)/ L: 74cm (29’’)/ W: 11cm (4,3’’) / H: 137cm (54’’)

    When assembled, the measurements of the Stokke® Home™ Bed are as follows:

    • L: 137 cm (54") / W: 75 cm (29,5"") / H: 164 cm (64,5")

    Weight:

    • 35 kg / 77 lbs (2 Boxes)
  • Is it possible to adjust the bottom of the Stokke® Home™ bed?

    Yes, there are two height levels on the Stokke® Home™ bed.

    The highest level is recommended to use from approximately 0 to 6 months old. The highest level is 40.3 cm / 15.87 inches from the floor to the mattress bottom .

    The lower level is recommended to use from 6 months to 5 years old and is 17cm / 6.69 inches from the floor to the mattress bottom.

  • How do I assemble and use the Stokke® bumpers correctly?

    • Always make sure the bumper is fixed correctly and tightly to avoid sagging. Check frequently that all the bumper ties are firmly tied to the crib rails. Please re-tie if necessary.

    • To ensure optimum airflow, always ensure the child is not sleeping with their face in direct contact with the bumper.

    • Remove the bumper when the child can sit unaided or pull themselves up to a standing position.

  • What standards do the Stokke® bumpers comply with?

    The standards the Stokke® Bumpers comply with are:

    • ASTM F1917-12 – “Infant Bedding and Related Accessories”

    • BS 1877-10:2011+A1:2012 – “Domestic bedding. Specification for mattresses and bumpers for children’s cots, perambulators and similar domestic articles”

    • The above standards specifically aim to ensure safe design and sufficient care instructions for safe and proper use of a bumper.

    • Stokke® Bumpers have been tested for CO2 retention and results show no increase of CO2 in the crib environment with a correctly fitted Stokke® Bumper.

    • Stokke® Bumpers are designed with specific dimensions and materials to ensure optimum air flow.

  • What warranty or guarantee do I receive when I purchase a Stokke® Home™ item?

    All Stokke® products fall under the respective national guaranty and warranty guidelines.

    The Stokke® Home™ Bed and Dresser comes with a 3 year Extended Warranty when registering the Stokke® Home™ products through the Stokke® website.

    You can go to our registration page by following the link: https://guarantee.stokke.com

  • Is there a maximum weight for Stokke® Home™ Bed?

    The Stokke® Home™ Bed has been designed specifically to provide a sturdy bed for your child with excellent mattress support. It has been successfully tested to carry the maximum weight of 200 kg/ 450 lbs.

    This means that it is strong enough for two adults to sit on, as they would a sofa. The weight limit has however been set to 50 kg for the occupant because the bed can withstand rough movements of a child of 50 kg, but an heavier child or an adult weighing much more could not do the same.”