If you are reading this review you were probably like I was, searching night and day for a crib while reading hundreds of reviews and wondering if you should spend a lot for one or not. Let me tell you, after looking at $200 - $500 cribs for weeks on end. I finally came to the conclusion that sure they have differences but don't rule out something simple. Sure this crib is $99 and with that came some fear. "It is sooooo cheap, what is wrong with it!!" Right? Isn't that what you are thinking too? Well I'm here to tell you that it is the best bang for a buck that you can get for a crib and couple that with a good mattress, you are under $200 total for the crib!! And when it is all said and done, really and quite honestly, the baby is sleeping in a safe crib! You could have spend double or even triple on another brand and in the end, the baby is still sleeping in a safe crib. I personally like this crib because it is simple, very simple. Design wise it is as simple as it gets. I reminded me a lot of the IKEA Cribs, which are very similar in design, and I love the fact it blends with most furniture do to its simple design. More pricier cribs will sport a more "lavish", if you will, design. Let's also not forget this is a 3 in 1 crib (Though it states 2 1). It does convert to a day bed and if you choose to use this for your toddler, all you need to buy is a side support so the toddler does not roll off the bed (very inexpensive buy). You also can use this as a full size bed, You simply bolt up a frame to the headboard/foot of the bed and you are done! The crib is adjustable, via the mattress support, and has two adjustment points, like most cribs. Overall $99 versus $200 and skyward? Well I'd say save the money for other baby items and pick up this simple, clean, very sturdy, and well designed crib. You can laugh later when you realize spending a few Ben Franklin's on a crib is really not needed.
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