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Combi Travel Solutions Play Yard Grey Gingham

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  • Bassinet can be used on the playard or on the pedestal
  • Diaper Changing station is removable and includes storage pockets
  • Additional Side Storage Pockets are Removable
  • Music, lights and vibration
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Technical Details
Item Weight48.4 pounds
Product Dimensions31.3 x 17.5 x 14.1 inches
UPC044929000024
Item model number9400-21
  
Additional Information
ASINB000B5HEJY
Best Sellers Rank #243,801 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight48.4 pounds
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  
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3 items in 1! Playard, Diaper Changing Station and Bassinet!

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I found this Combi Travel Solutions set and knew I had to return the other immediately.
andrealb
When the play yard is folded and the bag is on, the wheels on the play yard stick out so you can wheel it while it's folded AND in its travel bag!
WDEJ's Mom
This is not because we have not tried; every time I put her down, she would wake up in minutes.
Rae

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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By andrealb on July 23, 2006
I originally purchase a Baby Trend (Malawi) playyard, got it home and spent hours putting it together. I figured I would also need to purchase a basinette or moses basket with stand to go near our bed since the playyard was a bit too large for our bedroom. I found this Combi Travel Solutions set and knew I had to return the other immediately. I got it home today and had to do very little assembling. The basinett was the main reason I purchased this set. It's on a metal stand that either rocks or can be rolled around if you engage the wheels. If you were to purchase a basinett like this, it would cost $50-100. Plus, the play yard has most of the "bells and whistles" that you would need--changing table that flips down and can be used simultaneously with the basinett (if you choose to install the basinett in the play yard instead of on the stand), device with night light, music and vibration and side storage bag. The only thing it is missing is a sunshade if you use the play yard without the basinett (the basinett has its own). Great quality, no little cheap parts to put together, very little assembly and both the play yard and basinette/stand have their own storage bags for easy mobility. The play yard bag is equipped to allow it to roll using the wheels from the play yard. Best item I've purchased for my baby!
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By 3 more months on July 13, 2006
I am more impressed with this item than any other item that I have bought for the new baby. I originally purchased a Kolcraft contours play yard. I thought it was the best looking one I had seen, and it had a bassinet. I thought it would be practical and a money saver (wouldn't have to buy a bassinet). I was really dissappointed though and returned the item because the bassinet and changing table were one piece. You had to retire the changing table with the bassinet and you couldn't use the play yard if the bassinet/changing table were being used. Any way about the combi. It has worked out any flaws the other had and it is beautiful. The bassinet can be used free standing with the included base or in the play yard. Also the changing table lies convieniently on the side and simply flips over onto the top to use and then back again. It has alot of storage pockets for all your incidentals and it all folds down and fits nicely into the included storage bag. another big plus, the wheels are exposed when its packed up so the whole unit can be rolled rather than carried. It is AWESOME!!!!!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By a reader on June 20, 2007
I like the look of this pack and play. It sits in my living room and it doesn't look like a child has taken over. I bought a piece of foam that fits snuggly and it does make for a good second crib in the house. It's relatively easy to put together, and we managed to do it before even reading the instructions. Now the bad: the bassinet is pretty small and our baby didn't like to sleep in it from the start. She was already too big for it by 6 weeks of age. Because this basinet is a bit small, sheets have to be ordered directly from Combi. I called to place an order for replacement sheets and I got the wrong item in the mail. Instead of sheets I got two outside covers, which I would never describe as sheets. The person on the phone kept blaming me for not describing the item the right way. I didn't get a receipt with the package, and even though they promised to send me a return receipt, I never got the receipt or a replacement. This company has very bad service indeed.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Rae on February 19, 2007
We bought this because of space and money restraints. It is also quite handsome and not covered in frou-frou or ugly designs. So far our daughter is 3 months and we've loved the changing table, but she has yet to sleep in the thing. This is not because we have not tried; every time I put her down, she would wake up in minutes. The little hood to the basinet does not come off. When it is folded up her head would rub against the folded fabric. I have had to make other sleeping arrangements and she sleeps just fine there. I can't figure it out but I am wishing I had taken my $130ish dollars and bought a nice changing table instead. SO if your baby sleeps well in a pack and play, this one is very nice. If you aren't sure, borrow one first!
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If you travel often, BUY THIS!!!!!! When the play yard is folded and the bag is on, the wheels on the play yard stick out so you can wheel it while it's folded AND in its travel bag! WONDERFUL! The play yard bag also has a large zipper compartment that is meant for the changing table portion to fit into it. We almost always left that at home and used the zipper compartment for more packing! I usually put a play yard mattress pad, a blanky or 2, night diapers, pajamas, and bath stuff in it.

We purchased this play yard after many many months of research. It arrived when I was very close to delivery and I was able to set it up and figure it all out within about 30 minutes by myself. Love the neutral color that doesn't scream "baby!".

The bassinet was the most confusing, but if you read the directions and use a little bit of muscle or have someone help you, it should be fine. My daughter spent her first few months in the bassinet which we installed on the play yard. We never used the rocker/wheeled attachment for the bassinet though we loved to have the option. She seemed pretty uncomfortable in the bassinet - the pad in there is very thin and underneath it is that really hard cardboard material (cannot think of the name right now!). We ended up having to elevate her for reflux anyway and bought the Sassy memory foam sleep positioner (LOVED it!) and she was then perfectly happy to sleep in it.

The vibrating feature is AWESOME. I never knew it would be that important, but the day we got it back from an airline journey and that part was cracked and not working, I was horrified. Thankfully, a few good thumps and it miraculously worked again!

The light and music are also great pluses.
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