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DaVinci Full/Twin Size Conversion Rail Kit- Espresso

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Espresso
  • Made of sustainable New Zealand Pine wood
  • Non toxic finish
  • Lead and phthalate safe
  • 1 year warranty
  • Made in Taiwan
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DaVinci Full/Twin Size Conversion Rail Kit- Espresso + DaVinci Kalani 4-in-1 Convertible Crib with Toddler Rail, Espresso + Carter's Keep Me Dry Waterproof Fitted Quilted Crib Pad, White
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Product Information

Color: Espresso
Technical Details
Item Weight11.5 pounds
Product Dimensions74.5 x 1.9 x 4.8 inches
UPC022791415634 048517005194
Item model numberM4799
Maximum weight recommendation500 Pounds
Number of items1
  
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ASINB0012HCECC
Best Sellers Rank #2,310 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight13.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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Product Description

Color: Espresso

From the Manufacturer

Let baby grow up with us!  Convert your crib into a full-sized bed with these wooden bed rails. To use with Anastasia (M7801), Emily (M4791), Jamie (M7301), Kalani (M5501), or Richmond Crib (M2401). Also with your Annabelle Mini Crib (M5998), Emily Mini Crib (M4798), Kalani Mini Crib (M5598), Kalani Crib and Changer (M5591), or Elizabeth II Toddler Bed (M0810).

Product Description

Let baby grow up with us.  Convert your crib into a full sized bed with these wooden bed rails. To use with Anastasia (M7801), Emily (M4791), Jamie (M7301), Kalani (M5501), or Richmond Crib (M2401). Also with your Annabelle Mini Crib (M5998), Emily Mini Crib (M4798), Kalani Mini Crib (M5598), Kalani Crib and Changer (M5591), or Elizabeth II Toddler Bed (M0810).


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Customer Reviews

It's easy to assemble and it looks good.
bright
The rails work with my existing bed, the problem is they don't tell you that you have to have additional cross boards to support the mattress.
working dad
Converted my great granddaughters crib to full size bed.
Kai

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

104 of 104 people found the following review helpful By CruzCat on September 24, 2012
Color Name: Espresso
We decided to convert the Da Vinci Kalani from a crib to a full sized bed and ordered the rails (white kit) from Amazon.
Rails were delivered within two days and looks great. In some ways, I expected more for the price rather than two wooden side bars and bolts. I knew that the kit would come with no slats but it would have been nice if Kalani (MDB) had designed the crib so that it could accommodate a mid beam and include that with the the kit.
Fixing the rails is relatively straightforward. Requires a bit of dis-assembly but 30 mins or so and I had the crib converted to the full size bed frame. My wife and I read to our son before he goes to bed so it was imperative that we get some slats or a box spring to support our weight.
First stop was the local Ikea store to see if I could get slats for the frame but unfortunately all the full sized slats require a beam in the middle so it was a no go. I decided to get a little creative and went to Home depot and got 8 1x3" boards and had them cut it down to the exact width (52 1/4"). This leaves a 1/4" gap to the side rails. Next, I ordered ~10 yards of 1" white nylon ribbon from Amazon and used a staple gun to staple the wooden slats at 9" intervals on both sides. The idea was this will keep the slats from sliding outwards on the frame. For the first and last slats, I nailed in plastic spacers to prevent the slats/nylon ribbon from compressing towards the center. The whole assembly is now quite taut and hopefully work well. Total cost for the slats + nylon assembly ~$40. I have added a couple of images.
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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Lindsay M Maloan on January 6, 2014
Color Name: Cherry Verified Purchase
We purchased this conversion kit three years ago at the time we purchased the crib. When we finally converted to the full bed a few weeks ago, we thought it was a bit weird that there were no slats to support the mattress, just a one inch lip in order to hold up the box spring. The mattress delivery guys almost didn't put the mattress in the frame because they were concerned that the frame wouldn't hold the box spring and mattress. Turns out that it does indeed hold everything, even with two adults and a toddler testing it out, but just to be sure we went to Home Depot and they cut us four 52 1/2" boards that we made into slats just in case. I'm glad we have the whole bed put together with matching parts, but it is a bit disappointing to have to spend an extra $15 on top of the purchase cost.
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27 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Shauna Melvin on September 12, 2010
Color Name: Cherry Verified Purchase
It took about 45 mins to transform the toddler bed to a 'big girl bed'. Everything fit together perfectly. You do need a full box spring and matress. The box spring is what rests on the rails and supports the mattress.

My only complaint is not with the rails, but with the total design of the bed. When it was a crib and then a toddler bed the parts linked up in different places. Now as a full bed these places are exposed and show some wear.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Mocheeom on February 18, 2014
Color Name: Espresso Verified Purchase
When I purchased the kit, I did understand from other reviews as well as the picture, that this "kit" simply consists of two rails. As previous reviewers had recommended we too went to Home Depot and got five 6" thick slats cut to 52" width to provide support for a box spring and mattress.

Granted that cost us only ~$20 but it was something that should have been included in this kit saving customers time,effort and additional charge considering that they are already paying quite a hefty sum for two rails.

After my son was born, I recommended the Da Vinci Kalani crib to two other friends but definitely will not be doing so in the future! And when looking to buy a second crib for new baby, I will definitely look at other convertible crib options which do include the complete kit and slats in the price of the crib itself!(Hint: check Costco)
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50 of 66 people found the following review helpful By Oona on May 7, 2012
Color Name: Ebony Verified Purchase
Is it really too much to ask for the company to include the horizontal slats?

I read the reviews, but somehow didn't understand why people were talking about the box spring. The answer is: there are no slats. You just end up with the bed frame. As some posters point out a box spring may not cut it. OR you may not want to buy a box spring. It just seems really lazy/perverse/obnoxious to me that the company doesn't include slats?!!!
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on January 12, 2014
Color Name: Ebony Verified Purchase
It seemed people were commenting about needing slats or issues with the rails once the crib was converted to a bed. I converted into a full size bed. But, so the height wouldn't be too much for my 2yro son, I explored options to just use a mattress. The mattress company have this special board that fits perfectly and does NOT require any additional support. It's like a box spring, but only a flat version. It was about $70...it is a fantastic choice to keep the mattress on well and in place. So, I have had NO issues with the rails. Now, the instructions and getting the crib changed were a different story. The crib instructions were a little better than what came with the rails. And, these do seem a little higher priced than they seem they should. I'm happy though.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Dorothy on November 12, 2012
Color Name: White Verified Purchase
I was thinking I would have to go purchase slats after reading some of the reviews on here, however, the rails have the normal standard lip you expect on rails and then there is a piece of wood attached that hangs over far enough that the boxsprings will not fall through...SO, you do NOT need slats!!

The hardware that came with it was EXACTLY what was needed and it went together in a few minutes! (note: they use the SAME bolts and barrel locks as the mini crib so if you lose something you already have it.

My 2yr old LOVES his new "big boy" bed!!

It is also VERY sturdy! I sat on his bed last night as he went to sleep in his new bed for the first time and there were no creaks etc.!
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