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Phil & Teds Traveller Crib, Red (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

3.8 out of 5 stars 101 customer reviews
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About the Product
  • 100% Nylon
  • Imported
  • Super light weight at only 7 pounds
  • Compact fold and can fit in the overhead compartment of an airplane
  • Therma-rest matress included
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Product Description

Product Description

Great value! This clever travel bed/play yard weighs less than six lbs., yet takes baby from birth up to three years (that's a whole year's more use than standard play yards)! Use for sleep, play, and travel, indoors and out. With cushy, self-inflating mattress, airflow panels, and ground stakes. The back-saving front access panel spares you from bending over the top. 5-minute assembly. Imported. New: zip-on UV Sun panel blocks dangerous rays (sold separately).More comfortable and versatile than a play yard; provides greater longevity, too! Soft, self-inflating mattress; just twist the value open to inflate Very portable, with a lightweight aluminum frame and carry bag Cushy air mattress creates a thermal protection layer between baby and the ground, while providing a comfortable surface to sleep and play on Great for outdoor use! The mesh panels block bugs; includes anchoring pegs for extra stability Made of rugged, waterproof polyester (wipe or spot clean) 51"L x 25"W x 31"H

From the Manufacturer

Travelling with young ones can often mean feeling a bit like the family pack mule. But sling the compact phil&teds traveler crib over your shoulder and you'll be skipping all the way to Grandma's house. Feather light at only 7 pounds (without the mattress), this portable crib will work as a playpen and sleep station, perfect for home or away. The traveler is ultra compact and includes a carry bag for your travelling convenience. Assemble the crib in a snap, by simply clicking together the superhero strong aluminum frame and then popping in the self-expanding mattress. The mattress is thermally insulated to provide a soft and warm base for children newborn up to age 3, and inserts into a separate compartment to keeps babies from becoming tangled. The traveler is made of breathable, open weave fabrics. Moms and dads love that you can access the crib from the sides or above, making it easy as pie to pick up baby as naturally as possible.

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Technical Details
Item Weight7 pounds
Product Dimensions24.8 x 8.7 x 8.7 inches
Item model numberTR_V2_11_200_USA
Target genderUnisex
Minimum weight recommendation5 Pounds
Maximum weight recommendation45 Pounds
Additional product featuresCanopyStorage
Number of items1
StylePortable
Batteries requiredNo
  
Additional Information
ASINB004H7RT5Q
Best Sellers Rank #89,314 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight9.3 pounds
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By Justbooking TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on June 28, 2011
Color: Red Verified Purchase
I have two Baby Bjorn travel cribs for my baby twins and a Phil & Ted travel crib for my older child. Which one is better for air travel? Which one for car travel? There is a difference.

PHIL & TEDS

The Phil & Teds travel crib is a great portable crib for air travel as it folds up very small, is super lightweight, and fits into almost any suitcase or duffle - you could probably fit two cribs in a suitcase without any problems in terms of size or weight. However, it does take about 15 minutes to set up, and an equally long time to disassemble and fit into the small bag it comes in. So plan ahead, practice at home, have your child sleep in it a night or two so they get used to it if possible, and bring along the manual, just in case (the redesigned one has the instructions printed inside the crib). Set it up as soon as you get to your destination - you don't want to do this later on with a tired crying child.

The self-inflating mattress on the P&T is long and narrow (19.7" wide x 46.9" long and 1" thick), similar to those used for camping. We put the mattress inside and used regular Gerber Printed Crib Sheet- Blue on it with elastic all around, tucking them well underneath (note: the newest model has a vinyl sleeve to put the mattress into). My oldest child slept well in it on long trips up till age he was three; it still looks new after occasional use during the last two years, with a material that is easy to clean.

Although harder to set up and dismantle, I found the Phil & Ted to be great quality, super compact and much less expensive than the Baby Bjorn travel crib.
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Color: Red
I borrowed a Traveller from a friend for an overseas trip with my 10-month old and liked it so much that I bought my own. It's lightweight, easy to set up, packs small enough to fit into a suitcase, and definitely fills the need for a playpen/crib in a hotel room. However, we just returned from a week-long trip, and my almost-brand new Traveller exhibited some serious quality issues. The zipper broke on the stuff sack, the zipper came unstitched on the top panel, and one of the tightening pulls on a leg came off. My friend's Traveller has shown none of these problems, so maybe I just got a bum one. The Phil & Ted's warranty, though, seems much more restrictive than similar high-end producers so we'll see what they say.
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Color: Red
I had been researching travel cots for some time, hesitant to purchase one and acquire even more "baby stuff", especially since we already own a Pack & Play (which is great, but too bulky to travel with). A recent camping trip in rather close corners finally necessitated purchasing a travel cot, and the newly-redesigned Traveller seemed like a good bet. My daughter slept quite soundly in the bed from the first night we placed her in it, and we're so pleased with the product that we've recently taken it on a weekend trip and used it in place of a hotel crib. The greatest challenge is fitting all the pieces into the included duffle bag, but once that is accomplished, the cot easily fits into a standard suitcase. It's also very lightweight for the space that it offers our 17-month old. And although my daughter is very tall, it seems unlikely that she would be able to climb out of the Traveller Cot in the near future, due to the the curved frame. This product is great when you have the need to place your child to sleep in a smaller space, such as a hotel room or tent, yet the length of the Traveller means that we should be able to use it until my daughter is ready for a real bed. And she seems to very much enjoy waking up and peering out the mesh "windows". All in all a very good product so far. Just be sure to bring a small quilt or extra blanket to line the bottom of the cot, as there is no way to attach a sheet to the mattress.
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Color: Black Verified Purchase
I was tossed between this and the Baby Bjorn Travel crib. I really wanted this to work b/c of the fabric and how compact it is. I'm still giving 4 stars b/c I didn't completely dislike this. After purchasing both we are keeping the Baby Bjorn. Its larger folded but it will work better for us. One of the main reasons is the assembled size. My kids are very tall and the specs on this are higher than the Baby Bjorn however the Baby Bjorn is actually a little taller. It is also very narrow. Each have their pros and cons. For me this had too many pieces, the more pieces the more that can break/loose in the future. It took about 10-15 minutes to put together and take apart. It is a tight squeeze to put back in the bag but I was ok with that b/c it's light and compact. It is sturdy for what it is. I think anyone would be happy with either. It depends what is more important to you.

Phil and Teds Traveller
Pros
- very very light and compact
- sturdy
- uv protection
- dark fabric ( won't show dirt)
Cons
- takes longer to assemble and disamble
- cant use a sheet
- narrow ( my 6 mo old is longer than this is wide by several inches. - I could see him out growing this faster than the baby Bjorn)
- lots of pieces
- thin mattress

Baby Bjorn Travel Crib
Pros
- sturdy
- good size ( width and height)
- light weight
- machine washable
- thick mattress
- assembles in less than a minute
- can use a travel yard sheet
- thick mattress
Cons
- pricey ( I actually bought mine at a local baby store for much much less)
- bulky
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