- See and reach your newborn boy or girl at all times with this side sleeper baby bed from the company that invented the term “co-sleeper”
- Two modes: Bedside co-sleeper bassinet & freestanding baby bassinet
- Try the co-sleeping bassinet endorsed by the world’s most influential pediatricians, OB/gyns and child care experts
The Arm’s Reach Clear-Vue Co-Sleeper was conceived to allow maximum visibility. With the Clear-Vue Co-Sleeper from Arms Reach Concepts, you can monitor 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 attachable co-sleeping bedside bassinet for baby enables you to reach over and draw your baby close for the joy of nursing, soothing, and bonding. The best and safest place for an infant to sleep is near a parent but on a separate surface. A side car bassinet acts like a safe extension for your bed, so you can monitor your baby at all times.The Arm’s Reach Clear-Vue Co-Sleeper’s innovative and versatile design features built-in leg extensions that adjust to attach to varying bed heights, and four castor wheels for conversion into a freestanding baby bed that moves easily from bedroom to nursery and back. It also has the convenience of side pockets and under-crib basket for all your storage needs. Modern portable baby furniture from Arms Reach is great for a baby registry or to delight a new mother as a baby shower gift. The Clear-Vue Co-Sleeper is great for breastfeeding mothers or moms with C-sections.Included with all Clear-Vue Co-Sleeper bassinet cribs is everything you need to get started — a mattress, fitted sheet, and plate and nylon strap set to lock the bassinet against an adult mattress. Built-in leg adjusters are included to fit different bed heights. This product is suitable for infant or newborn boys or girls — babies up to 5 months or not yet pushing up on hands and knees. Trust the company that coined the phrase Co-Sleeper over two decades ago and patented the first bedside bassinet to connect to the parent bed.