Important considerations when choosing Carter s Convertible Crib
GREENGUARD Gold Certified This product has been tested for over 10,000 chemicals It contributes to cleaner indoor air, creating a healthier environment for your baby to sleep, play and grow GROWS WITH BABY Four adjustable mattress positions that can be lowered as your baby begins to sit and stand. Easily converts to toddler bed, daybed, and full-size bed toddler conversion kit M11999 and full-size conversion kit M5789 sold separately LOW-PROFILE Designed for parents of all heights, this low-profile crib makes it easy to lift the baby in and out of the crib without straining yourself FOR YOUR BABY S SAFETY Say goodbye to toxic chemicals Made of New Zealand pine and TSCA compliant engineered wood.Finished in a non-toxic multi-step painting process and lead and phthalate safe.Exceeds ASTM International and U.S. CPSC safety standards COMPLETE THE LOOK Shop Colby 3-Drawer Dresser 6-Drawer Dresser for a coordinated nursery. While this crib is a standard size regular crib, for a best fit we recommend DaVinci s line of non-toxic, GREENGUARD gold mattresses
What is the advantage of this Carter s Convertible Crib ?
The Carter s Colby 4-in-1 Convertible Crib combines clean lines, outstanding quality and multi-functional design. Converts to a toddler bed, day bed, and full-size bed for use long past the nursery years. Coordinates with the Carter s Colby 3-Drawer and 6-Drawer Dressers.
Customer reviewsNo toxic smell - and a great crib to boot.
Background I had a horrible experience with a crib made by a company called Delta I bought it at the Navy Exchange . It was a beautiful crib, but it had a powerful varnish smell VOCs when I took it out of the box and assembled it. I thought the smell would go away with time and as a grandparent grandfather we were not expecting to need the crib for a couple of months - we were just getting ready for when the kids visited or needed a babysitter for a night or two. But it would not go away. I called the company and was told to rub it down with vinegar and warm water. I did it twice, to no effect at all. The bedroom with the crib just reeked, and I was not going to expose my 6-month old grandson to toxic chemicals. So I disassembled the crib and took it to the dump. I started looking for a replacement, and found this crib which advertised that there was no VOCs used in the build process, certified non-toxic. It arrived and absolutely met my highest expectations. Terrific crib and not the slightest hint of a VOC. This should be legally required, but until it is, this is the crib to buy.