Updated 28 Jul 2016

Nuna

Sena

Snapshot: The Nuna Sena portable cot shapes up at 104cm long + 76cm wide + 73cm high. But how safe is it?

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Test results

Ease of use
?/10

Good points

  • OK to use.
  • Light to lift.

But

  • Failed one major safety test: breathable zones do not meet the AS/NZS standard.
  • Failed two other major safety tests due to the folding and locking mechanisms. These meet the European BS EN716:2008 standard, but not the AS/NZS standard we test to.

How we test

Our test was based on the Australian and New Zealand standard AS/NZS 2195:1999 “Folding cots – Safety requirements”. We also tested against the breathability clause in the revised 2010 standard.

We check the folding mechanism, stability, that there are no entrapment hazards, sharp edges or points; that the mattress is firm enough and fits snugly; and that there are breathable zones at the sides and ends of the cot (in case a baby rolls face-first against the side or end).

We won’t recommend a portable cot if it has a major safety failure.

For ease of use, we assessed how easy it is to set up, pack and store the cot and its accessories.

Full specs

Model

Avg price
$370
Major failures
1
Minor failures
0
Standards claimed
BS EN716:2008

Specifications

Dimensions - in use H x W x L (cm)
73 x 76 x 104
Dimensions - folded L x W x H (cm)
28 x 31 x 88
Weight (kg)
9.5
Capacity
15kg/86cm

Features

Pocket
×
Wheels
×
Bassinet
Change table
×

More info

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