A world first, the Kaylula Sova Clear Cot by babyhood is a revolution in cot design and concept.Revolutionary, with its unique clear panels which allow your baby to wake free as bird each morning and see straight out into the world ahead.
Versatile, as the cot evolves – so you have a life time of use as the cot grows with your little one from babyhood to adulthood.Starting from a Bassinet + Cot + Toddler Bed + Adult Table and Chairs Set + Playpen, all included.Safe, as it is tested to the toughest Australian Standards by Furntech, who are renowned as one of the best independent testing facilities in Australia.
Quality, using the highest grade European beech wood timber.Now you and your baby can enjoy the ultimate nursery with the Kaylula Sova Collection by babyhood.
Better for you and your baby as it is sustainable with European Beechwood plantation timber which is stronger, stable and safer
Clear panels so that your baby wakes up to see the world and not bars and allowing you full visibility at all times
Grows with your child, starting from a Bassinet to a Cot to a Toddler Bed to an Adult Table and Chairs Set and finally a Playpen, all included with your purchase.
Perfect for co sleeping ‘safely’ with your newborn baby by your bed side in the circular bassinet
Two level base adjustment for your growing baby
Easy to manoeuvre around your nursery and up to your bedside with multiple lockable castors
Tested to AS/NZS 2172:2003 and complies with AS/NZS 2172:2010 – Australian Standard for Domestic use Cots
This cot is tested by the highly regarded NATA accredited testing facility AFRDI (Australian Furnishing Research and Development Institute) to ensure that the cot is safe and meets with the Standards noted above
All products are covered by a specific warranty. Please refer to your product instruction manual for details of the warranty relating to the product. Alternatively please contact us at email@example.com for more information.
Timber is a natural product; that is part of its beauty, so a colour variation, knots in the timber and grain pattern are both natural and to be expected. We do not colour match timber during fabrication as the waste from such practices would be environmentally irresponsible, so you will see some variations in your products. We believe this is what makes our timber products naturally beautiful. These variations are unavoidable as timber is seasonal and will vary between season, including the way in which the paint appears on different surfaces. These variations will not be considered manufacturing faults or defects under our warranty.
We have compiled some tips on how you can enjoy your babyhood product for longer:
Room Climate Control
Wood, when first cut contains more than 50 percent water. When it is prepared for furniture construction it is placed in a kiln and the moisture content is brought down to 8 to 10 percent. Wood is porous and responds to its environment. If the room has high humidity it will absorb it and expand and if the humidity is low it will lose moisture and shrink. It is important that the humidity levels in the room be controlled from extremes of too much humidity or too little. Furniture should not be placed close to air-conditioning outlets, fire places, radiators, space heaters, humidiers or dehumidiers. Exposure to extreme variations of temperature and humidity can damage any fine wood product.
The Ideal Environment for Fine Furniture
Fine wood furniture will have fewer problems when its environment is controlled at a temperature between 18 and 24 degrees celsius and a relative humidity between 35 and 40 percent. Wood placed in an environment outside of those limits can and will shrink or expand and may develop some small cracks which are not material or structural defects. We do not recommend using synthetic fabric under accessories or lamps as this may impact on the colour of the timber. Oils from potpourri and other scented items can also damage the furniture finish. It is advised that you do not drag items across the surface of the furniture and allow the surface to breath by rotating your accessories and lamps.
Do not over polish the furniture, do it only two or three times a year. Over polishing can distort the natural finish of the product. In addition, you should not wax the furniture as wax build up can destroy the natural finish of the product. When moving furniture always lift the unit, do not push or drag it to avoid damage to legs. Keep the furniture level so doors and drawers open and close freely. Clean any spills immediately with a soft, clean and damp, not wet cloth and do not use abrasive cleaners.
Properties of Acrylic
Acrylic glass is an engineered product. During manufacture it is not unusual for small bubbles and/or slight variations in colour and clarity to form. These are the natural properties of the creation of this material. You may see slight changes in clarity within the acrylic glass. This is not a fault in the product. This is the nature of the product. If exposed to sunlight over time acrylic glass may change in colour and/or cause crazing or small cracks, so we recommend that you do not leave this product near a window or doorway or anywhere the cot is regularly exposed to the sun.
If any scratches appear on the acrylic glass then we recommend that you clean the acrylic glass with a product called ‘Mothers California Gold Scratch Remover’. Please follow the instructions on the packaging of this product including using a clean micro fibre cloth. Do not over rub or use anything abrasive, cloth or cleaner on the acrylic glass as it will scratch the product further.
Avoid Direct Sunlight.
Keep the furniture out of direct sunlight. Ultraviolet rays will fade colours and in some cases darken them. It can also cause crazing or hair line cracks in the finish. White finishes will yellow naturally over time and exposure to direct sunlight will hasten this natural process along with some woods darkening naturally over time; this is not considered to be a quality defect.
If you need to put your furniture in storage for any period of time do not store them in a damp basement or hot dry attic. Allow air movement around the furniture and do not stack anything on it.