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DaVinci Kalani 4-in-1 Convertible Crib with Toddler Rail, Espresso

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Espresso
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  • GREENGUARD Certified
  • Finished in non-toxic multi-step painting process, lead and phthalate safe
  • Meet ASTM international and U.S. CPSC safety standards and JPMA certified
  • Lower profile crib for easy reach
  • 4 level mattress support
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Product Description

Color: Espresso | Style: Crib

Product Description

Award-winning and with rave reviews from experts and parents, Kalani is one of the most reliable and sought-after cribs today. Built from solid wood and with a range of conversions, Kalani Crib provides your child with a safe, stable haven, year after year. With its gentle curves and tasteful design, Kalani has won a special place in homes and hearts worldwide.

From the Manufacturer

Kalani is cool and confident. It's Davinci at its best. With first class engineering, the Kalani Collection gives you a lifetime of style. It's Cool. It's Kalani. At DaVinci, we build not just clean, non-toxic nurseries but green, non-toxic worlds.  That's why environmental sustainability and energy efficiency are DaVinci family values.  Each stylish collection is constructed from New Zealand Pine grown in sustainable forests.  Built with non-toxic finishes for perfect safety and reliability, DaVinci collections are also shipped smart to reduce our carbon footprint.  So take a deep breath and know that the DaVinci choice is the best choice all around -- for baby's inside places and baby's outside spaces.

Product Information

Color: Espresso | Style: Crib
Technical Details
Item Weight67 pounds
Product Dimensions54.5 x 34.5 x 42 inches
UPC022791501597 048517006917 058291400009
Item model numberM5501Q
Maximum weight recommendation50 Pounds
Material TypeWood
material_compositionNew Zealand Pine wood from sustainable forests
Additional product featuresSustainable materials
Number of items1
StyleCrib
Number of reclining positions4
FinishEspresso
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Additional Information
ASINB0010TODHG
Best Sellers Rank #5,693 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight68.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping This item can only be shipped to the 48 contiguous states. We regret it cannot be shipped to APO/FPO, Hawaii, Alaska, or Puerto Rico.
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Customer Reviews

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320 of 327 people found the following review helpful By M Campos Barker on April 8, 2009
Style Name: CribColor: Cherry
I was on the fence about spending $600 on a solid crib or this one. I finally decided on this one because as it turned out, the expensive Sorelle also used cam-locks on most of their cribs. So that was the deal breaker. The Kalani is sturdy despite the few cam-locks. Grandpa had no problem with the assembly and finished within an hour. This is for my 3rd child as I converted the old one already. Features that were hard to find in one crib but offered in this one:

1. rich cherry finish that complements other cherry furniture in the baby's room.

2. heavy and sturdy

3. 4 height settings. Perfect for a shorty like me to easily set down a sleepy baby. most cribs only offer 3 settings that are either too far apart or does not make much of a difference.

4. mattress springs. i don't like slats or MDF panel to support my bouncing baby boy. slats are a pain to adjust and MDP could slip and slide around.

5. toddler rail is included, which saves a hundred bucks.

6. converts to a head and footboard sleigh bed.

Cons:
Nothing for the crib. But I would not spend $$ on the furniture accessories from DaVinci. $400 bucks for baby size dressers? MDF and cheaply made? I would recommend going to a furniture store and purchase a real dresser for less or at least comparable that will outlast the crib stage. I have Broyhill dresser, chest, and nightstand for his room that matches the crib and I know will last after he's done with the crib (off to college and converted back to a guest room).

Another recommendation:
corner changing table in cherry. I don't recall the brand but the color match is great and can be used as a credenza once potty trained. fits nicely in a corner, does not take up much space.
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311 of 318 people found the following review helpful By J. Lorenz on April 7, 2009
I scoured reviews to find the best crib for our baby. The Da Vinci Emily was top-rated by Consumer Reports, but this one wasn't rated at all. The Emily and the Kalani seem very similar, and this one was rated just as well by all the online reviews, so we bought this one in espresso after months of charting out the positives and negatives of all the espresso cribs I could find.

First, the positives. It took my husband and I about two hours to assemble this crib. We weren't in a hurry, and the directions were straightforward, but it just took some time to make sure it was all put together correctly. The wood is gorgeous! It's an absolutely beautiful espresso and matches our other espresso furniture perfectly. Everyone is stunned by how lovely this crib is!

We've moved once with it already - had to unassemble and reassemble - which was no problem. Our daughter is not quite four months old, so I can't vouch as to long-term wear and tear, but I lean on it often and it is totally sturdy, like you'd expect a regular bed to be. Maybe even more sturdy than a regular bed. In fact, it seems so amazingly sturdy that I've been tempted to climb in there with her!

Now for the negatives: Oh wait, there aren't any. I expected this crib to scratch easily because of other reviews, and so we were careful with it while putting it together, but it really hasn't been a problem. I think there are a few small marks where the button of my pants has leaned against it, but you'd have to look close to notice and they are still the espresso color. More like indentations than scratches. This crib is most certainly heirloom quality and far exceeded our expectations. It's one of the most beautiful pieces of furniture we own, and certainly nicer than any other cribs I've ever seen.
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66 of 75 people found the following review helpful By mrsayao on May 29, 2012
Style Name: CribColor: Espresso
I got this crib and put it together and I feel like there can be some improvements. It is a sturdy crib but I've had issues with fitting a mattress correctly. I wrote this email to MDB (Million Dollar Baby), the makers of DaVinci, to see if they have any suggestions:

Model Name: Kalani 4 in 1 Crib 5501
Model Number: H004535
Manufacture Date: Dec 2011 HS

The instructions with the crib say the mattress must be at least 27 1/4 x 51 5/8 inches. This is highly misinforming as those measurements seem to be the maximum dimensions for a mattress to be used in the crib. The mattress I tried to use was a standard 52.2 x 29.7 x 6.0. I found that because of the way the mattress supports are made and where they attach to the crib, the mattress size is largely limited by the length of the mattress platform, which is 51 5/8". see below "armlimit.jpg". Any mattress above 51 5/8" will NOT fit correctly as the mattress will be sitting on top of the support arms and does not sit level with the mattress support platform see below "notflush.jpg". The corners tend to sit on the support arms especially if the mattress has "edge support" meaning a wire that runs along the corners to strengthen the edges, in a nutshell the mattress will NEVER sit level. We've returned the mattress, but are finding it difficult to find a suitable fit mattress. Has there been a new mattress support created for the DaVinci Kalani 4 in 1 crib that will allow mattress larger than 51 5/8" to fit? The standard size crib mattress is at least 52" and over time when "settled" will increase to about 52.5". I've included pictures to illustrate the problem I am having. Also, because of this limit, there is about a 1.5"-2" unsafe gap on the sides of the crib.
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