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All of our nursery packages are shipped for free. If you also spend more than $1000 on your purchase, we will ship your order for free.
Currently we are only servicing online orders to metro NSW, VIC, ACT and QLD. For all other areas please contact us.
Your family deserves the best. ‘Furniture for Life’ means giving our customers the peace of mind that they are buying nursery furniture for the future, pieces that will last and grow with their family.
As a testament to the quality, safety and longevity of our products, we offer warranties between 1 to 5 years across our range.
We’ve partnered with a wonderful charity network within Australia to create the Less Waste, Love More campaign, which is focused on less waste in the nursery furniture space and providing families in need with baby products and nursery furniture of excellent quality, using our network of charities who are focused on reaching these families.
The process of planning your nursery brings happiness, excitement and a series of decisions that require thought. There is much to consider and it’s important that you focus on creating a safe and comfortable baby nursery for you and your new arrival, a space where you can pass the long days and nights.
At Tasman Eco, we are proud to create products that pass strict Australian standards, where families have complete peace of mind when purchasing a baby cot and other key pieces for their baby nursery. Australian standards represent security and safety, where companies like Tasman Eco take accountability and responsibility for the products sold, including baby cots, chests, bassinets and baby mattresses.
Standards can change and evolve over time, ensuring that the product quality remains high, ensuring that manufacturers maintain a strict safety standards over time.
When looking to purchase a cot, you must check that the baby cot or product complies with the Australian standard, or country standard from where you are purchasing the product. If it does, great! If not, look for a cot that does meet the required standard. If a cot doesn’t meet the Australian standard, you could put your baby at risk. You can see previously recalled cots in Australia here.
When looking for the most appropriate safety standard, in Australia, it will look something like this; AS/NZS 2172:2013.
The Australian standard, AS/NZS 2172:2013 is the most recent standard, in which Australian cots must comply with.
If this seems a little confusing to you, we’ve broken it down a little further to help you understand what the combination of these letters and numbers mean;
AS/NZS: Australian and New Zealand Standards
2172: The number reference for the set of standards you are looking at.
2013: The year that the standards were published.
Tasman Eco has tested each of their baby cots against the AS/NZS 2172:2013, they are called Australian/New Zealand Standards; Cots for household use – Safety requirements.
These standards exist to ensure that the cot and/or product is a safe place for a baby to sleep, that the product is easy to use and functional, also in assessing the product on the materials used, the design, construction, and product performance.
A standard baby cot must meet the following dimensions and design features;
All Tasman Eco standard baby cots meet Australian standard, AS/NZS 2172:2013. Tasman Eco is committed to designing and manufacturing nursery furniture, giving parents and families the peace of mind they are buying with safety front of mind. Explore the Tasman Eco cot collection here.
Similar to standard baby cots, compact cots follow the same standards, see these below;
All Tasman Eco compact baby cots meet Australian standard, AS/NZS 2172:2013. Tasman Eco is committed to designing and manufacturing nursery furniture, giving parents and families the peace of mind they are buying with safety front of mind. Explore the Tasman Eco compact cot collection here.
Dropside Cots were considered unsafe at one point, however, it should be known that they aren’t unsafe and are actually a great option for parents when looking for a baby cot. We’ve answered some key questions below;
Dropside cots are not banned in Australia. Australia has a fantastic global reputation when it comes to safety in baby products. The Australian standard AS/NZS 2172: 2013, identify dropside cots as safe, if they meet the guidelines outlined in the standard. Dropside cots are regulated safely in most countries, except for the United States, who have banned the use of dropside cots. The United States banned dropside cots due to the lack of quality in construction and the standard they had used was ineffective in testing the use of a dropside cot. The Australian standard, AS/NZS 2172: 2013, has ensured that dropside cots are a safe and secure option for families searching for a new baby cot.
Tasman Eco have created their dropside cots to look and feel great to use. The meet all Australian standards and have been certified and tested extensively and independently by the SGS Group. Explore the Tasman Eco cot collection here.
Once you’ve chosen your cot, it is a great time to begin thinking of how you are going to set-up and create your nursery space. Here are some additional details to consider;
When choosing a cot, or any piece of furniture for your nursery, the standards represent a really important part of the process and as a customer, you deserve the very best level of quality and safety for you and your little one. Read our complete guide on how to design your baby nursery.
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