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Graco Pack 'n Play


$130.00 Released March, 2006

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Vibrating musical sleeper helps put babies right to sleep. Setup is easy, with clear instructions - although the process is simple enough not to need them. Packing the unit up is fast and easy.

The Cons:Rails on the top of the main frame take a few attempts to get them to lock. Padding is a bit stiff and hard for some babies, need to use a soft blanket as well.

The Graco Pack 'n Play is a fashioable infant playard that can easily be packed, stowed ina bag, and transported to another location. Designed for infants no taller than 35", the Graco Pack 'n Play features a full-size bassinet with a comfy quilted bamper pad and mattress pad, not to mention an electronics unit with songs, sounds, a night light, and an auto shut-off.

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Plus, the Pack 'n Play boasts a changing station that supports babies weighing less than 25 lbs, a parent organizer for storing diaper changing essentials, and a convenient travel bag. The Graco Pack 'n Play retails for $129.99 and comes with a 1 year limited warranty.

Features

  • Supports up to 35” Height
  • Supports up to 25 Lbs Weight (Changing Table)
  • Supports up to 15 Lbs Weight (Bassinet)
  • Full-Size Bassinet
  • Electronics Unit
  • Changing Station
  • Parent Organizer
  • Travel Bag
  • 1 Year Limited Warranty

Available Colors

  • Graham (9883GRM)
  • Clara (9448CRL)

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Pros
  • 3

    vibrating musical sleeper helps put babies right to sleep

  • 2

    setup is easy, with clear instructions - although the process is simple enough not to need them

  • 2

    packing the unit up is fast and easy

  • 2

    sturdy construction doesn't shake, nothing on it seems breakable

  • 2

    relatively light construction, easy to move around after setup

Cons
  • 0

    rails on the top of the main frame take a few attempts to get them to lock

  • 0

    padding is a bit stiff and hard for some babies, need to use a soft blanket as well

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