HALO Just Launched the BassiNest Swivel Sleeper 3.0 and Here’s Why You’ll Want It on Your Registry

The Halo BassiNest just got some serious upgrades!

June 16, 2022
By: Amanda Mushro

Photo by: Andrew Lipovsky

Andrew Lipovsky

The HALO BassiNest just released the newest version of their 2-in-1 Safe Sleep System, and we’ve got a feeling parents-to-be will be rushing to add this one to their baby registry.

Decorating your baby’s nursery and preparing their crib is an exciting part of being pregnant, but when your baby arrives, that crib may seem way too far away from you. So, where should your baby sleep? A bedside bassinet is a great option for the first few months. The bassinet gives your little one a safe space to sleep while being in the same room as you. Previous versions of the HALO BassiNest have already made this baby item a must-have pick for new parents, but the refreshed options make it more versatile.

The HALO BassiNest lets you keep your baby close to you at night, making feedings and baby snuggles a lot easier. It’s the only bassinet that swivels a full 360 degrees for safe, extra close sleep with your newborn. You can position your baby right next to your bed, giving you the feeling of co-sleeping, but you can rest assured your baby is safe and cozy in their Bassinest.

Photo by: Andrew Lipovsky

Andrew Lipovsky

Some of the key features include mesh walls to maximize airflow and create a breathable sleep area for your baby. The mesh also amkes it easy to sneak a peek at your baby while they sleep and you won’t have to worry about your baby overheating because they’ll have plenty of air circulating around them.

The updated base is 30% lighter, but just as sturdy as the original, so you’ll feel secure when you snuggle your baby into the BassiNest to sleep. Reviewers said it’s extremely sturdy and it was simple to put together — two features you want in a bedside bassinet.

Another great feature is that the bedside wall lowers easily and returns automatically to an upright position, making late-night feedings or reaching for your baby while you recover so much easier. This is a great feature for nursing moms who are tending to their babies several times a night — hello cluster feeding! It also means you won’t have to stand up to scoop up your baby every time they need to eat or be held. It’s perfect for the postpartum period or when those late nights feel even more exhausting than usual.

HALO BassiNest Swivel Sleeper 3.0 - Lifestyle Photo

Photo by: Andrew Lipovsky

Andrew Lipovsky

As if that wasn’t ideal enough, here’s another great upgrade. The BassiNest transforms from a bedside sleeper to a portable nest. During the day, it becomes a safe lounger and nap space for your baby. Wherever you go, just take your baby in the lounger and they’ll have a cozy place to relax and sleep. It’s perfect for the times you need to multitask and make dinner or do the laundry. You’ll even have a moment to relax or actually take a shower, just take your baby in the lounger with you.

Then at night, attach the nest back onto the base and you can sleep right next to your little one!

Want to snag the BassiNest for yourself or a mom-to-be? Buy it here:

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