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DaVinci Jenny Lind 3-in-1 Convertible Crib

by DaVinci
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Price: $199.00 & FREE Shipping. FREE Returns. Details
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  • Converts to toddler bed and daybed (conversion kit sold separately)
  • Made from sustainable New Zealand pine wood
  • Lead and phthalate safe. Non-toxic finish
  • JPMA certified. Meets ASTM cribs safety standards
  • Static-side crib
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Product Information

Color: Ebony
Technical Details
Item Weight45.5 pounds
Product Dimensions54.8 x 30.4 x 41.4 inches
Item model numberM7391E
Maximum weight recommendation50 Pounds
Additional product featuresSustainable materials
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Best Sellers Rank #12,803 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight50 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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Product Description

Color: Ebony

From the Manufacturer

A truly timeless classic, our Jenny Lind Crib is a beautifully crafted crib styled with detailed spindles throughout. Adjustable 4 level mattress spring system so you can adjust to your infant's growth. Includes casters for easy mobility. Non-toxic finish. Meets and exceeds all US safety standards. JPMA certified. Made of all Asian hardwood.

Product Description

A beloved nursery favorite, DaVinci's Jenny Lind Crib boasts intricate spindle posts and classic rich finishes. We've updated this timeless crib to meet the newest and most stringent safety standards. Jenny Lind has all stationary sides for safety, but four adjustable mattress levels to make reaching in for baby easy on your back. The Jenny Lind 3-in-1 Convertible Crib grows with your little one, easily converting to a toddler bed and then a daybed. Bringing your family only the best in style, quality and comfort, Jenny Lind will be the centerpiece of your nursery for years to come.

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It was so easy to put together.
It has a vintage/classic look that I love!
Crib is very sturdy and looks great!
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130 of 136 people found the following review helpful By SCMomma on December 18, 2010
Color Name: Ebony Verified Purchase
I loved the retro style of this crib online, but I will have to admit that the pictures made it seem a little flimsy. I have onwned a much more expensive crib four years ago that was extremely heavy and took about three hours to put together. I found this one (finally, in stock!) here on Amazon for a steal. It came five days earlier than estimated. As I took the pieces out, I was really excited with how heavy they were, especially the end headboard and footboard. It took me 10 MINUTES to assemble this crib - there are literally four steps to it. I don't it could possibly be easier than if it came fully assembled. It took an Allen key and a Phillips head screwdriver, and that is it. Fully assembled, I LOVE THIS CRIB! I did leave the casters off just because I don't need to roll the crib around too often. The feet are very sturdy, but the crib itself is 200% more stable than my previous expensive heavy crib. It doesn't wobble, move, etc. It's amazing. And it's still light. My husband and I picked it up with one hand each and moved it all around the room for the best location. In all, we could not have picked a better crib! Note: this crib is very stationary, no risk with the new drop-side ban. It's completely comfortable to lean over the crib to get the baby out (I am 5'4").
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135 of 144 people found the following review helpful By Divachef on July 27, 2012
Color Name: White Verified Purchase
I just spent the last few days corresponding with a representative from Million Dollar Baby (the crib manufacturer). Daniel, the customer service representative really went out of his way to address my concerns and questions about the crib. So for all of you parents out there looking for an affordable green crib, here's what I found out.

1. The Jenny Lind crib is made of all solid wood (except for the models with a drawer which has an mdf panel). The wood is New Zealand Pine which is sustainably grown and forested in New Zealand.

2. The crib is made in Taiwan.

3. The glue used to adhere the crib slats is formaldehyde free, is water-based and non-toxic.

3. The finish on the crib -- here is a direct quote from the company -- "For all of our paints and finishes we use a non toxic sealer with lacquer. Our paint is ultra-safe. We exceed JPMA regulations and go through annual paint tests. Paint is called safe when it has toxic materials under 300 parts per million [ppm]. For a company to claim low toxicity means they have paint with toxicity below 90 ppm. Here at Million Dollar Baby, our paint levels come in at less than 2 ppm." -- Just to give you a comparison, Benjamin Moore Eco Spec paint which is LEED certified and has a toxicity level of .1 ppm. So although the finish on the crib is not that low, it is still very, very, very good.

4. Million Dollar Baby was willing to sell me an unfinished crib to help allay my fears about off-gassing -- which really impressed me. However after the $189 crib price tag, the $103 shipping cost and the exorbitant amount of money/hassle to get the crib painted or do it ourselves, we started to wonder if we were going overboard.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Amanda Harris on October 6, 2012
Color Name: White Verified Purchase
These cribs were purchased by our parents for our twin girls. I have always loved this style, and leave it to Amazon to have them and for an amazing price. They arrived separately as they were different orders, and they both arrived earlier than anticipated. They were very well packed with no scratches or marks and all hardware in the boxes.

The cribs were a snap to put together. We had both of them up in the room in under a half an hour, and they look fantastic. They are very sturdy and feel solid. The white color is a beautiful matte finish, which is reassuring. It doesn't look like this paint with flake off with the abuse they'll get from our girls. They are full size cribs, but feel smaller in nature than those big heavy wooden cribs that are so popular, which is perfect for us considering we have 2 in one room. It would be great in a smaller room and even great to use in the master before moving it and baby to his or her own room.

I have only a few minor issues and they are very fixable. First, the warning stickers are on the OUTSIDE of both ends of the crib and I didn't realized this until after they were assembled. It would have been easier to remove them prior. Some vinegar and a hot cloth will get them off, just be prepared for that. The other thing is that as per many of the other reviews, the wheel casings for these wheels are hideous. They are not a pretty gold color, but rather an awful shiny yellow color. They can easily be repainted or replaced at a big box store. We just opted not to use them. Lastly, the mattress platform is black, as is the hardware that attaches it to the crib. We don't have our mattresses in yet, but I have concerns that the hardware will show around the mattress. If it does, I'll simply paint them white to match the crib.

Overall, these cribs are fantastic and we're extremely pleased!
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45 of 60 people found the following review helpful By D. Parker on April 13, 2013
Color Name: White Verified Purchase
I bought this crib because of the style and all the positive reviews. But within 6 months discovered that it is NOT SAFE. I heard a crash, then loud, panicked crying. The small, thin metal piece holding the base of the crib to the railing literally BROKE in half, causing the base to fall to the floor. My toddler was trapped underneath between the bottom rail and the crib base. I can't believe they would use such low quality materials for a crib - particularly one that is meant to be converted to a toddler bed (it should be designed for many years of use). I'm disgusted with this company. I should have paid more attention to red flags I saw a few months ago when the paint began bubbling up and flaking off. (By the way, I contacted the company about this, and when I didn't hear back tried again, and received a curt reply: "Frankly, I would have called you if you had included your phone number," rather than simply asking for my number.) As another reviewer said, it's unfortunate that the wheels don't lock. My child learned he was able to scoot the crib simply by holding the railing and wiggling his body, and all the scooting actually caused the screws to come loose. (As another reviewer said, something that could be prevented by including some washers.) This crib looks good, but beware the safety issues.
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