Jane Micro foldable carrycot £160.00
Jané Micro foldable carrycot
The Micro carrycot from Jané provides a practical and light weight option for transporting your baby while he rests. Thanks to the Pro-Fix system it can be fitted onto most of the chassis of the current Jané collections, as well as all the other Pro chassis and pushchairs of previous years. The easy folding and unfolding system using fastening straps means it folds up very flat taking up the minimum of space in the car and at home. The quick and simple way it unfolds makes it very useful in situations that require a simple and safe response.
There are 5 reviews with an average rating of 4.20
Olga United KingdomOwner02 June 2014 20:59
It has just arrived to me. I like this carrycot for many reasons. First of all it has a light weight, secondly it has a wooden floor and fitted mattress thus the baby will have healthy bones. And carrycot has a normal (good) length 74 cm so it can be used through 6-7 months.
In conclusion, I recommend jane muum :)
Anonymous United KingdomOwner23 February 2015 15:07
Bought as addition to Jane Slalom pro Zero. Nice carrycot, bright color, wooden base. With chassis looks perfectly! Got a price match!
Auke Netherlands15 June 2012 17:34
Very solid, reliable product. Would have been nice if there wasn't a heavy wooden floor in it, to reduce the weight even further. But we use it as an alternative to our Matrix Light 2, which is a lot heavier.
Sandra United KingdomOwner04 June 2013 17:26
We needed a lightweight alternative to our normal Jane ca**eat and this was just what we were looking for. We don't have a lot of space at home for storage and since we only use this now and again the fact that it flattens into about 2 inches thick is great for just slotting into a cupboard out of sight!
Would definitely recommend. Just a pity we cant use this in the car!
Anonymous United KingdomOwner04 June 2013 17:01
A nice product but very wobbly on the Trider.
It has straps to attach to the chassis of the Muum in addition to the pro-fix points but these don't fix to the Trider. I figured out a way of attaching it myself though.
Also looks like it should be located a bit further forward, but the base of the Trider is quite long.
I'm happy with it though (with my extra fixings added) and would buy it again. Haven't actually put a baby in it yet though!