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Good for convertible crib,
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Apparently finding a bed rail for a convertible crib is very difficult. This is the only brand I could find. My first advice would be to buy a convertible bed from a manufacturer that sells its own crib rails, or buy a regular crib and then a toddler bed! I'm happy with this product. When I looked at an online manual, it showed the rail attaching to the mattress, but when I got it, the instruction manual shows to attach it to the crib frame. I like that better, because I can now remove the mattress without removing the rail. I did find one drawback with this product. Our crib mattress fits into the platform frame where it sits down a little. Meaning there's a lip on the frame, so it isn't flat across. Using this product now prevents the mattress from fitting all the way down onto the platform. This was not that much of a problem though, for me. The rail does not leave a lot of room to get in and out if you put it in the center, so I moved it closer to the head to give my daughter more space to scoot out the bottom. I think it's an adequate product if you have a convertible crib from a manufacturer that does not sell crib rails. (Mine is a Delta Jasmine).
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Initial post: Jun 19, 2013, 10:12:04 AM PDT
Last edited by the author on Jun 19, 2013, 10:13:52 AM PDT
Candice Moser says:
I have a Delta crib too & I could have sworn that the box showed the other piece when converted, when I got it 3 years ago. It did not, however, come with. False advertising if you ask me. This looks perfect tho & I think I like it better than what would have come with the crib.
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