The Best Bassinet According to New Parents Craving a Good Night's Rest

The Best Bassinet According to New Parents Craving a Good Night's Rest

The best bassinets help make the first few months with a newborn just a bit easier in a safe sleep environment.  Knowing  that infants sleep between 14-17 hours a day in often frustratingly short stretches, makes it all the more essential to select a bassinet that parents can trust.

Keeping a baby within arm’s reach makes middle-of-the-night feeding sessions and diaper changes less complicated and stressful. 


The Arm's Reach Clear-Vue™ Co-Sleeper

The Arm's Reach Clear-Vue Co-Sleeper® Bassinet is a baby bed designed to allow parents to sleep next to their newborn without the risk of suffocation or other dangers associated with bed sharing. It’s good to know that when purchasing the Clear-Vue Co-Sleeper, it comes with a mattress, fitted sheet, and nylon strap and plate. The four castor wheels make it easy to move it around the house and built-in leg adjusters fit the sides of different height beds.


Here are just a few of the reasons why parents love Arm’s Reach:

 Breathable Mesh Sides

One of the main reasons parents with a newborn love the Arm's Reach Clear-Vue Co-Sleeper Bedside Bassinet is the breathable mesh sides.  This allows parents to see their baby at all times and gives parents peace of mind knowing that their baby is safe and secure while they sleep. Detachable side panel folds down for easy access for feeding or snuggling a baby at night.

“This Co-sleeper has a lot of the features I was looking for, including mesh on all sides,” said one parent.  Another said, “We liked the mesh design and can't wait to see our baby sleeping soundly in her new bassinet.”


Great Storage Options

Another reason parents love this Arm’s Reach Co-sleeper® is its storage options. The attached under-crib storage basket is perfect for storing larger baby items like changing products, while the side pockets can hold smaller baby essentials like pacifiers and diapers. This convenient storage feature allows parents to keep everything they need within reach, making nighttime feedings and diaper changes easier and less disruptive.

Feedback from new parents included, “I love the storage space.” Another parent commented, “The bassinet seems to be made with good quality materials, and I love the storage underneath.” And, “We especially love the storage - it is roomy and very useful.”


Arrives Ready to Use

The Arm's Reach Clear-Vue Co-Sleeper® Bedside Bassinet also comes with a mattress, fitted sheet, and nylon strap and plate. Sometimes new parents purchase sheets that are not from Arm’s Reach and they will not fit properly. If the sheet is not snug it can pose a potential danger for a newborn.

According to one parent, “ It seems like the makers of this product really knew what they were doing. We appreciated the bassinet sheet that came with it, and will be buying more from Arms Reach because the other ones I ordered did not fit. I recommend this product.”


What Makes Arm’s Reach Different?

For over 25 years, Arm’s Reach has offered parents a safe place for a baby to sleep within arm’s reach.  Arm’s Reach® Co-sleeper® Bassinets offer a range of styles suited for beds of all shapes and sizes, so there’s always one that will fit baby’s and parents’ needs.

Arm’s Reach was founded by a mother and a father who were looking for a safe sleeping environment for their baby.  For more than two decades parents across the country have discovered the benefits of co-sleeping in an Arm’s Reach® Co-Sleeper®Bassinet. The benefits have been endorsed by medical and baby sleep experts, including Dr. William Sears, a pediatrician known for his life’s work in pediatrics, and Dr. James J. McKenna, founder and director of the Mother-Baby Behavioral Sleep Laboratory at the University of Notre Dame. Both experts have endorsed Arm’s Reach for its ability to increase bonding, ease feeding at night, and create a greater sense of closeness between a baby and parents.
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