mattress for CO-SLEEPER brise light
- 0 - 6 month
- DIN EN 16890
- All labelled Träumeland mattresses have been tested in accordance with and fulfil the safety and technical requirements of the European DIN standard EN16890:2017.
Incl. VAT, excl. shipping costs
We wish you restful nights and lots of joy with the quality products of Träumeland!
sleep safety quilted with 3D air-cushion-layer
The unique sleep safety multifunctional cover consists of 38 % TENCEL™ and 62 % polyester on the surface and 100 % polyester on the rear side. In addition to the integrated wetness protection function, the mattress cover contains nature fibre TENCEL™ which prevents sweating.
- tested for antimony & harmful substances
- washable up to 60 °C
- suitable for gentle machine drying
A perfect ventilation provides a 3D cushion layer which is quilted in the cover.
- high-quality cold foam
- with vertical air channels for good ventilation
Washing and care instructions
In contrast to soft foam, raw materials of a higher quality are used in cold foams. Cold foam has better point-by-point elasticity characteristics, is more breathable and has a longer lifetime. The integration of air channels and contour cuts improves important factors such as ventilation and elasticity.
3D air-cushion layer
Due to their numerous individual polyester threads, 3D air-cushion layers are incomparably breathable and extremely point-by-point elastic. This allows your baby to breathe more freely, without sweating.
Polyester is a particularly durable and elastic fibre – therefore it is particularly suitable for mattress covers, and enhances them.
With TENCEL™, a new age of fibre technology has been introduced. TENCEL™ is a cellulose fibre and is obtained from wood in an environmentally-friendly process. It unites the advantages of many fibres: as fine as silk, as strong as polyester, as easy to care for as acrylic, as cool and pleasant to the touch as linen, as warm as wool; it also absorbs much more water vapour than cotton.
Which mattress is right for my baby?
When selecting from so many different models, the decision is certainly not easy.
We therefore provide a points system which should facilitate rapid and reliable orientation through our baby mattress range: the more quality points a mattress has, the better. There are a few factors to consider, depending on what you find important: good ventilation, the quality of the mattress cover and core and additional functions.
Which mattress cover should I choose?
More information available here: www.traeumeland.com/EN/mattress-cover
Which mattress core should I choose?
More information available here: www.traeumeland.com/EN/mattress-core
My new mattress smells…
Above all new mattress cores can emit a new odour which cannot dissipate completely beforehand due to the packaging. The odour is harmless and will have dissipated at the latest two to four weeks after unpacking the mattress. Ideally, ventilate the mattress outside prior to initial use. However, please ensure that the mattress does not become damp and is not exposed to direct sunlight. All our mattress cores are tested multiple times by independent test institutes for harmful substances and are superbly suited for use in baby beds.
My mattress core has suddenly turned yellow - what should I do?
Don't worry - a yellow mattress core is completely harmless.
Every foam discolours yellow through exposure to sunlight or artificial light. This is completely harmless and certainly not harmful for your baby.
My mattress has a depression in it
The covers of our mattresses are quilted with fleece on the inside. After initial use, this fleece loses a little of its volume. If your child always sleeps in the same place on the mattress, a depression may appear to form where its head contacts the mattress. If you lay your child in different places on the mattress, or when the child later moves around more on the mattress, the fleece is compressed across the entire cover, and the "depression" disappears again. This compression of the cover does not represent a disadvantage for your child.
Is the mattress core also washable?
No. We use a water-based adhesive in the production of our mattress cores; the individual parts would then fall apart.
Can I use Angelcare® with a Träumeland mattress?
Our mattresses have not been tested by us or by Angelcare® with regard to this possibility. Having been the market leader in German-speaking regions for years now, however, we have never received any negative feedback on functional impairments. According to Angelcare®, the devices do not function to one hundred percent when using mattresses with visco-elastic foam. This concerns the models Angel Dream and Little Angel as well as mattresses made from natural latex.
None of the mattresses from the Träumeland standard range fit into my baby bed. Are customer sizes available?
No problem - simply contact a Träumeland distributor located close to you. It is best to bring a template for the required mattress with you. We do not currently offer customer size mattresses via our online shop.
Maximum possible sizes for customer sizes:
The maximum size for cradles, bassinets and co-sleepers is: 50 x 100 cm
Wetness protection covers
Do I require an additional cover to the wetness protection integrated into the cover?
For mattresses with Träumeland "sleep safety" or "sleep fresh" covers, no additional cover is required for wetness protection, as long as your baby is wearing a nappy. These covers have the wetness protection function integrated into the mattress cover. Additional wetness protection covers stop not only the moisture, but also the ventilation and should therefore not be used.
From when can I use an air-tight wetness protection cover?
We recommend that you do not use a watertight or air-tight wetness protection cover until after your child has finished wearing nappies. During the initial two years of life, you should certainly never use air-tight materials in a baby bed. A mattress core will sufficiently protected with the Träumeland "sleep safety" and "sleep fresh" mattress covers at this age of the child.