In a Nutshell
The Nuna employs a zigzag folding mechanism to make it less bulky and create a more designer look. It’s more of a portable crib than a proper cot. That said, there is a slightly larger model available, for an extra £30.
The bassinet attaches by means of a complex array of popper studs and clips. Once fitted, however, this can remain in place due to a gap through which you grasp on to the collapse lever, which is handy.
The Sena is a sturdy model that offers good visibility thanks to having mesh on all sides. And the bars boast decent internal padding. At 8.7kg, the cot is heavier than it looks and it has no wheels nor pockets.
Aside from the sculpted design, in a choice of three colours (though only black is sold in the UK), the showpiece element is the cool, one-handed fold mechanism which requires no release buttons. Just pull the lever, et voila.
The bassinet is a tight squeeze to fit and the mattress, though good quality, has a single vertical fold, so might not remain flat. Nor does it protect all sides of the cot while on the road as it doesn’t fold around the innards, as rivals do.
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Nuna Sena Mini
(75 x 52cm), £110,