2014 – Shortlisted for 'Best Travel Product Over £25' Award!
The Joie Adina travel cot is sturdy and comfortable. It’s easy put up although some might find it a little fiddly to fold after use. It is also quite bulky, heavy too, but fine for transporting in the car or using in a second home (Grandma’s, for example). The mesh sides are thick and durable, and the cot is a decent size when up. Good value for money.
A solid and sturdy mid-price cot that represents good value for money. It’s easy to use, looks great and has a bassinette for younger babies.
The Adina is a mid-price travel cot that feels sturdy and looks stylish. We were impressed with the quality and found it easy to use, as well as being spacious.
We were impressed with the quality and found it easy to use
It popped up quickly, and the instructions were simple to follow. Some of our testers thought the mattress was a little thin, so you’d need to add another layer of padding, but we feel that the Joie is still a good, solid buy. The firm locking mechanism made it feel sturdy, plus it’s well built and spacious, too. There is also a handy bassinette for younger babies included. The travel cot folds compactly, and has a handy bag for transporting it about. Much sleeker than the price tag suggests, the Adina is perfect if you need a comfortable travel cot for longer holidays and on a mid-range budget. We feel that the Adina is a good buy that will last until your little one’s at least two.