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Nook Pebble Crib Mattress Review: What Makes It Different?

Nook Pebble Crib Mattress Review: What Makes It Different?

One of the most exciting, most important, and most celebrated milestones that parents look forward to is the first time their new baby sleeps through the night! And it's even more exciting when they start consistently sleeping through the night! Every parent knows that getting a full eight hours of sleep when you have a new baby is absolutely priceless! And if there's anything we, as parents, can do to help our baby be comfortable while they sleep, you KNOW we're going to want to do it!

Not only do we want our baby to be comfortable so they can get some sleep (and we can, too!), we also want them to be safe so we can rest assured and have peace of mind! When I was first shopping for our son's crib mattress, I had NO idea that there were so many different crib mattresses and that the range in price (and comfort, safety, and durability) was so wide! I also didn't know that mattresses (especially mattresses created for babies?!?!) could contain chemicals that are dangerous to your baby's health!

So I'm really excited to share with you a company that creates high-quality, safe, and comfortable crib mattresses for your baby! The creators of Nook were searching for their first baby's crib mattress and they wanted to find something that was organic, high-quality, and safe. But they had a hard time finding something that met all of these specifications. So they set out to create the most comfortable, high-quality, and safe mattresses! Let's check out the three different crib mattresses created by Nook.

Pebble Air Mattress

The Nook Sleep Systems Pebble Air Mattress is the lightest crib mattress Nook offers. It retails for $195 and weighs only seven pounds! It is made of CertiPUR-US® foam, PETE, and has a non-toxic Freudenberg fire barrier. The materials used in this mattress meet the highest standards for content, emissions, and durability.


Nook Sleep Systems Pebble Air Mattress - Cloud


Nook Sleep Systems Pebble Air Mattress - Seaglass

Pebble Lite Mattress

The Nook Sleep Systems Pebble Lite Mattress retails for $295 and is slightly heavier than the Pebble Air mattress, weighing in at 16 pounds. It is also made of CertiPUR-US® foam, PETE (so it's actually recyclable!), and has a non-toxic Freudenberg fire barrier. Just like the Pebble Air Mattress, the materials used in this mattress meet the highest standards for content, emissions, and durability.


Nook Sleep Systems Pebble Lite Mattress - Cloud

Pebble Pure Mattress

The Nook Sleep Systems Pebble Pure Mattress is the most expensive Nook mattress and retails for $395. It weighs 25 pounds and is made of organic coconut core, a natural latex, and organic wool. Like the Pebble Air and Pebble Light mattresses, it has a non-toxic Freudenberg fire barrier and all of the materials used in this mattress meet the highest standards for content, emissions, and durability.


Nook Sleep Systems Pebble Pure Mattress - Misty

The included cover is made of organic cotton and eucalyptus, which naturally draws moisture away from the baby and helps them to maintain a consistent body temperature. The covers are also liquid- and microbe-resistant, so you can quickly and easily wipe up messes! And for bigger messes, you can remove the cover and throw it in the washer on cold and tumble dry on low. Each cover has a raised pebble design that helps lift baby off of the mattress and keeps maximum air flow circulation, keeping them comfortable and safe.

Nook crib mattresses might be a bit more expensive than your average crib mattress, but they actually end up being cost effective because the included cover doubles as a waterproof cover and a crib sheet, so you don't need to buy either of those items! They are also dual-sided, with a firmer side to use for your baby and a softer side for a toddler. So you can use this mattress for years and know that your little one will be safe and comfortable, helping you and your little one get some much-needed sleep!

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