What kind of Foundations Stowaway Folding Compact Steel Crib do you need?
360 Degree welding process ensures long-lasting strength Nonporous, easy-to-clean powder-coated finish Nonmarking, ultraquiet 4 Casters two locking Quickly and easily folds for storage Includes infapure 2 Mattress. Naturally safe. No chemical flame retardants
Do you know what is the superiority of this Foundations Stowaway Folding Compact Steel Crib?
Designed for cost conscious caregivers, the stowaway is a full featured, reasonably priced commercial crib.
Foundations Chelsea Compact Size Steel Non-folding Crib offers quality and safety at a great value. The Chelsea Compact Size Steel Non-folding Crib offers universal appeal of a traditional steel crib which complements any room d cor and never goes out of style. The durability and strength of steel ensures the investment will pay off for years to come. This fixed side crib is constructed from heavy-duty steel using a 360 degree welding process to provide long lasting strength. The nonporous, easy to clean, powder coated finish resists corrosion and scratches. Crib features a reinforced floorboard and 4 oversized locking casters made of non-marking material for easy transport over any surface. A commercial grade, 3 thick, duraloft foam mattress is included. It comes with limited one year warranty.
Customer reviewsDesign flaw prevents use for mobile infants
I purchased this portable crib as a temporary crib to be used when we had infants in the home for a short period of time. I thought it would be more sturdy than a pack n play. The crib, due to its metal construction, is sturdy, and it is easy to fold and stow, and setup again, in only three steps. Unfortunately, this crib arrived with a number of problems. First, the white paint was scratched, leaving the metal exposed. I left a message with the manufacturer about touch-up paint, but never received a call back. Second, the legs were uneven, thus causing the crib to rock each time the baby was placed in the crib. Third, and most serious, the design itself seems flawed. The metal hinges on the side of the crib rise above the included mattress. Once an infant begins to roll or crawl, it would be easy for him to injure himself on the sharp-edged hinge. For an immobile infant, the crib is fine however, I would not use it with a mobile infant.