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Graco Travel Lite Crib


$90.00 Released January, 2008

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Can move in and out of normal doorways, not overly wide. Designed light, easier to travel with. Smaller footprint takes up less room, can fit it in hotel rooms.

The Cons:A little small for bigger kids. Folds up into a smaller package, but not completely "neat" - lots of edges to catch on things.

The Graco Travel Lite Crib is a portable playard that can be used as both an infant bassinet and a playard for toddlers.  The playard features a removable full-size bassinet for babies up to 15 lbs that includes quilted bumper and mattress pads and a canopy complete with detachable toys.

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  The Travel Lite Crib is designed with mesh panels on all four sides for ventilation and wheels on one side of the playard for portability.  It is quite lightweight at less than 20 lbs and is approximately 20% smaller than Graco's other Pack 'n Play models.  The playard has a push button fold system allowing it to be folded into a small package and stored in the included carrying bag.

Features

  • Weighs less than 20 lbs
  • 20% Smaller than traditional Pack 'n Play
  • Canopy with detachable soft toys
  • Removable full bassinet for babies up to 15 lbs
  • Quilted bumper and mattress pads
  • Playard suitable for children up to 35" tall
  • Push button fold
  • Folds small
  • Wheels on one side
  • Mesh panels on all sides
  • Comes with carrying bag

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    can move in and out of normal doorways, not overly wide

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    designed light, easier to travel with

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    smaller footprint takes up less room, can fit it in hotel rooms

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    built very sturdy, doesn't shake when leaned on

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    sets up in moments, the unfolding mechanism is well designed and easy to operate

Cons
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    a little small for bigger kids

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    folds up into a smaller package, but not completely "neat" - lots of edges to catch on things

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