We spent 6.3 hours reading reviews from experts and users. In summary, this is what parents think:
✅ 4 reasons to buy
+ High on the list of what buyers liked was the solid timber build of the Boori Daintree Cot. + Some parents liked the square angled styling of the Daintree. + A lot of people bought the cot for the ability to convert into a toddler bed for later down the track. + Recent cot shoppers found that the Daintree was a good price for a Boori cot.
❌ 3 reasons NOT to buy
– While it was a reasonable price for a Boori, some parents found that there were better options available for the money. – Parents didn’t the dropside and found it required too much force to operate to be useful. – The mattress is larger than standard size so parents may have to shop for specially sized fitted sheets.
The Boori Daintree Cot is one of Boori’s more simply styled cots. This may appeal to some buyers who are looking for a no-frills cot for their nursery. Unlike many other cots, it is made of solid timber and the general build quality also reflects the quality of the materials. However, the big downside is the quality of the dropside: a number of parents found it was too difficult to use as it required too much effort to move, rendering it effectively useless. to the mattress, found that the mattress was larger than standard.
In general, while consensus is that it is a reasonably good cot, there may be better options available for the money.
Kim is a former sales manager for a leading baby store and loves talking about all things baby. She is also mother of two little ones, Zac & Alana, who keep her on her toes in between reviewing the latest products.