Arm's Reach Clear-Vue Co-Sleeper
The Clear-Vue Co-Sleeper was conceived to allow maximum visibility. With the The Clear-Vue Co-Sleeper you can see your baby at all times. Like all of our Co-Sleeper bedside bassinets, the Clear-Vue Co-Sleeper allows you and your baby to sleep comfortably next to each other from the moment your baby arrives. This bedside bassinet enables you to reach over and draw your baby close for feeding, comforting and bonding. The innovative design has built in leg extensions to adjust to varying bed heights, and four castor wheels for easy mobility around the house. This bassinet also has the convenience of a large attached storage basket. The Clear-Vue Co-Sleeper brand bassinet is the ideal sleep solution for any concerned parent.
For bed heights starting at 24", measured from the floor to the top of the adult mattress.
Easy to assemble, the Clear-Vue Co-Sleeper brand bassinet is 34" x 20" x 34.5" and has convenient storage underneath.
Nylon strap & plate
Measures: 34" x 20" x 34.5"
Clear-Vue Co-Sleeper weighs 26 lbs.
The Clear-Vue Co-Sleeper bassinet has two modes: The Co-Sleeper mode and the freestanding bassinet mode. The four breathable mesh sides, adjustable built-in leg extensions, and patented attachment strap and plate provide the safest sleep solution for you and your newborn.
All Clear-Vue Co-Sleeper bassinets include everything you need to get started: A sheet, a mattress, and a nylon attachment strap and plate.
No additional leg extensions are necessary with this Co-Sleeper, because the legs have a built in adjustability. These legs adjust between 24" and 30" in 2" increments.
If replacement or additional sheets are needed, the Mini size will fit the Clear-Vue Co-Sleeper bassinet.
The Co-Sleeper brand bassinet should fit flush against the parental bed. Federal standards require no more than a 1/2 inch (13mm) gap between bedside sleeper and adult bed.
The Co-Sleeper and bassinet modes are only for an infant up to approximately 5 months in age or when the child begins to push up on hands and knees, whichever occurs first. Move your child to another sleeping product when this stage is reached.