Arm's Reach Mini Convertible Co-Sleeper BassinetThe same wonderful benefits of the Original Arms Reach Co-sleeper in a new streamlined size (34 x 20 x 31 inches) to fit smaller bedrooms. This model converts to a changing table or bassinet. An added bonus with this Convertible Co-Sleeper is its ability to convert into a playard. Wheels on one end of this co-sleeper make it ideal for naptime because it can be moved to the room you are in with ease. Very portable at 24 lbs. including case, it is great for sleeping away at grandparent's or hotels. The frame is made of steel tubing and the liner is made of cotton blend twill. Comes with one 100% cotton fitted sheet.
what parents are saying
We didn't use it as a a co-sleeper, officially, but this was our son's bed for the first 3 months of his life....worked for us!
(Jun 23, 2014)
Older model was a hand me down from a friend for my first baby. Was useful at night because I was able to put it next to my bed without having to get up at night and walk to the crib to breastfeed.
Jul 15, 2020
so convenient to have baby right next to the bed, so I never have to get up. easy to roll up to the bed and be able to just reach right in. when baby starts being able to roll, I'll put the sides up!
Apr 12, 2020
We have a small bedroom and this fits perfectly next to our bed and great storage as well for diapers, wipes and everything you could possible need for night time or nap time. Highly recommend this
Feb 13, 2020
This is a great option for safe bedside sleeping. Very easy to transfer babe for a feeding. There is a slight lip between your bed and the cosleeper so it isn’t quite seamless. Fits in small spaces
Aug 18, 2019
This was her bed for the 1st 5 months (then she wanted more room to roll). We loved the elastic pockets for supplies. Fits a DockATot PERFECTLY (not recommended by manufact.) Negative: hard to fold.
Jan 05, 2019
We attached this as a side car to our bed when our little one was tiny. He grew out of it early (around 3 months) but those three months were AWESOME with this cosleeper. Easy nursing solutions!
Jun 18, 2018
Used this next to our bed for our newborn, it worked great since I am breastfeeding and to keep a closer eye on her, it worked for about 2 to 3 months, after she would cry if placed in it.
Feb 25, 2018
Calm mama and calm baby. With our newborn son I was always worry if he was still breathing. The Arm's Reach Co-sleeper gave me easy access to check on my little guys and with that came peace of mind.
Dec 29, 2017
I cannot talk this product up enough! It made those late night feedings so much easier and have a great peace of mind knowing he had his own safe space right next to us if anything happened.
Oct 15, 2017
Wasn't able to use as cosleeper because could never get flush with the mattress. Worked great a bassinet with all four sides. Love the storage underneath and that would can roll it from room to room.
Aug 09, 2017
I love my arms reach co-sleeper. Keeps the baby safe during the night, but make feedings and changing easier. Also has storage at the bottom so diapers and wipes are within arms reach as well.
Jan 26, 2017
Wasn't going to put this on my registry, glad I did. LOVE, LOVE, LOVE!!! This was great when my son was little. Doesn't take up much room-about half the size of a pack n' play. Easy for travel too!
Jul 12, 2016
Got this with our second baby... Way better than having a pack 'n play next to the bed because you don't even have to get out of your bed in the middle of the night, so mama gets more sleep! Win!
Jul 10, 2016
We loved the idea of this and it was great those first few weeks but my baby rolled over pretty early and would smack himself on the side and wake himself up. Will be keeping it for the next baby.
Aug 22, 2014
This was great for keeping right by the bed, easy access to the baby, I liked the breathable sides, unfortunately our bed was too low to work with the sleeper perfectly, it is not very adjustable for different bed heights.
Jun 23, 2014
LOVE! This bassinet is portable and easy to move throughout the house. The wheels lock so it doesn't need to be attached to the bed like some cosleepers. I love the storage underneath too.
Jun 23, 2014
Simply - Yes. But, there are ways around that. I am using the co-sleeper for the second time. I have it placed centered on the left side of the bed. Having it here allowed me to continue to access to my night stand and so I can sneak out the top OR the bottom. It just means that I am not perfectly aligned with my baby. I need to either sleep lower on the bed or move her slightly. It has not been a problem.
The wheels are located only on one end of the sleeper. I put the stationary legs near my head, and the wheels near my feet. When I needed to get in and out of bed, I would swing the sleeper away from the side of the bed - kind of like a gate - and get out/in.
It never really bothered me. I guess, the answer is yes!, but it's a rather short item, so it's not like you have to jump off the end of your bed or anything. It was the best thing I used for easy access for nursing and sleeping as close to my little one as possible!!