Graco Travel Lite Crib with Bassinet, Ally (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
- Weighs less than 20 pounds
- Folds small so you can bring it anywhere
- Removable, full bassinet with quilted bumpers lets infants nap comfortably at home and away
- 20% smaller than a traditional pack n play playard to take up less room
- Ships in Certified Frustration-Free Packaging
- Push button fold makes it simple and fast to close
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We also bought the Summer Infant Bassinet Pad to put over the padding, the one that comes with this crib is not comfortable, I would not let my baby sleep in the original padding, this is the reason why I gave 4 stars. After the Bassinet Pad it was very comfy, it fits perfectly. We used king size pillow cases as sheet, just the perfect size too.
Easy to setup ,light weight , easy to move back and forth, travel bag attached, design and colors are nice
Seams are not re-enforced so I dont know how durable the product will be over time and has a distinct odor.
Overall we are satisfied and the price is good too.
Great buy & well worth it!
The size of this crib is just perfect as it fits through the doors and can easily be moved around in the apartment with one hand as it has wheels on one side and is not heavy at all. The regular size pack n plays would have to be folded each time as they won't fit through the doors. The baby will easily fit in there for as long as it is safe for her. We have looked at various pack n plays in the stores and based on the quality we saw there, I am happy with what I got for the price. Make sure you are aware of the fact that everything in this crib is made out of plastic - do not expect any nice fabric - for example the canopy consists of material used for super-cheap rain jackets. Everything folds easily and very compact to take along. BTW the covers of summer infant changing pad fit perfectly fine as soft sheets.
I am really not bad at following assembling instructions (we both are well trained IKEA customer since childhood ;-)... but the instruction booklet coming with the crib is the most useless I have ever seen. Luckily, assembly is somewhat self-explanatory.
The huge warning signs (very visible inside the bassinet and on the canopy) are a real pain. I really hope that there is a law forcing Graco to put the signs in exactly these spots, otherwise horrible choice! Took me 30min, nail scissors, and a lot of patience to carefully detach these "eye catchers" without destroying the remainder.Read more ›
-It's adorable. It's easy to fit through doorways. It's easy to put up and take down. It's easy to clean. & It's light enough to where I have no trouble moving around the house, by myself, on it's wheels.
-As someone else mentioned, I did have trouble finding sheets that fit it, but that wasn't a deal breaker for me. I like the smaller size to fit in our bedroom for the first couple of weeks until baby moves to her crib in her room. Great Buy!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I'm late on my review but this was amazing for us. Loved that it had wheels. I could move her without waking her. Perfectly sized & easy to use! GREAT for traveling.Published 2 months ago by Sam
Very tiny. For newborns... Will not work for over 12m oldPublished 9 months ago by Cassandra Morrison
this is the SMALLER version of the packn play.. very easy to set up. very girlie. but great for travel. just not great for a regular playpen once the baby gets bigger.Published 23 months ago by Laura M.
So stinking cute and great for rooms that you don't have a lot of space in. Great for travel and high quality! We saved it for our next baby to use!Published on April 25, 2014 by Megan
This was a great buy. I completely loved it and loved the fact it was so easy to assemble and small enough to keep next to my bed side. I found it to be very sturdy and safe.Published on April 3, 2014 by sherry west
We bought this the day my baby girl came home. It was a perfect bassinet for her until she was 2 months old. We bought it to fit in our motor home and it was a perfect fit. Read morePublished on February 24, 2014 by Dave Iorg