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BABYBJÖRN Travel Crib Light - Silver

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  • Folds out with a single movement in a matter of seconds
  • Lightweight
  • Insulated mattress
  • Waterproof, breathable mattress cover
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Technical Details
Item Weight3.9 Kg
Product Dimensions61 x 48.3 x 18.4 cm
Item model number040048US
Best usesplaypens, baby play yards, portable cribs
Batteries requiredNo
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Best Sellers Rank #13,639 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight5 Kg
Date First AvailableMay 15 2012
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Product Description

Lightweight and portable, the newly re-designed Travel Crib Light 2 - Silver by Baby Bjorn provides your baby a safe, comfortable space for sleep or play at home or on the road. Especially convenient for busy parents, the Travel Crib Light 2 sets up in just seconds and features a plush, cozy mattress and a sturdy base that does not wobble.

  • Sets up and is ready to use in one simple movement.
  • Compact and lightweight design (11 pounds) makes it easy to take with you.
  • Insulated mattress keeps baby warm and comfortable.
  • Waterproof, breathable mattress cover is machine washable.
  • Net fabric side panels make it easy to keep an eye on baby.

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By m8 on Feb. 22 2013
Super light weight
Easier to set up than any other pack n play
Quicker to set up than any other pack n play
2 step set up and take down
Love the waterproof mattress

The Bjorn is much better than standard pack n plays to travel with. It is simple, and good for sleep/nap time.

It doesn't have all the bells and whistles that the bigger playard have (changing station, mobile/toy arc, half-way elevation for young infants, napper station for new borns) so for that reason I would say its better for older infants (6+ months). It would be hard to reach all the way down to scoop up a new born that can't hold their head yet. Also for that reason I would say its better for a nap/sleep crib in baby's room, rather than that handy playard moms have near the kitchen.

Best uses:
Sleep/Nap time in child's bedroom
Sleep/Nap time at grama's house

Not the best for:
Day-to-day playard in kitchen
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Rachel on Oct. 28 2012
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We fretted for a long time over what travel bed to buy and decided to pay the extra cost on ths one based on others reviews. We are not disappointed - it's lightweight, easy to assemble and not bad to look at. Our two and half year old fits in it well and I suspect we have at least another year of use out of it for her before our littlest one inherits it - a very worthwhile purchase.
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Ren24 on Feb. 22 2013
I have no patience for things that don't work, or are hard to use. So after losing my mind for the millionth time trying to fold up my my cheap "travel" playpen purchased from a big box store, I decided it was time to look for something of better quality. The Baby Bjorn Travel crib is what I found. It's AMAZING. Seriously, soooo easy to pop up and fold away. It also takes up less space than my old playpen did when folded up.

Lets be honest, playpens can't roll away nicely like air mattresses can. But this travel crib folds up in a nice square shape, complete with softcover suitcase which makes for much easier packing. It's maybe about 8'' thick when packed up, which makes for easy sliding under or behind your vehicle's passenger seating.

It is a little pricey. But if you have no patience for cheap crap, if you travel often or need to carry a playpen with you back and forth, THIS is the one to get. (Also good value if you plan to use it for future children!)
The bottom of the playpen is also large enough to accomodate a three year old (if using a smaller sized pillow). So you will use it for some time. It's not only a travel CRIB, but a travel BED.

My only complaint is that the mattess is pretty thin. But I usually just fold up a thick comforter on the floor and set the travel crib on top for extra softness. (If it's going on plush carpenting, then you have no problem.)
Overall, I recommend this to people if they can afford it. And it makes a great baby shower gift if you split the cost with other people.
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89 of 93 people found the following review helpful
Great!! Just a few "flaws"... July 6 2009
By K W - Published on
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I wish I'd known about this travel bed before I jumped on the Pack n Play bandwagon. Luckily I got a used PnP so not much money wasted. Too bad the Baby Bjorn Travel Crib Light (BBTCL) doesn't have a changing table add-on, or it'd have (nearly) everything.
This is a great "little" travel crib compared to the PnP - 11lbs compared to 30lbs. In planning a 3-wk trip by myself with my child, stroller, car seat, luggage, carry on, and diaper bag, I knew I couldn't afford the space and weight that a PnP would take, so I went for the BBTCL. Here is my impression:
-it sets up like a dream; I didn't even look at the directions and was able to set up and take down in no time by myself.
-feels sturdy and safe for my wiggly, crawling 8-mo-old (time will tell if that rings true for an older, standing child).
-mattress is cushy and feels like it's comfortable for a child.
-my standard crib sheets fit this well (esp. the ones that are slightly tighter on the crib mattress) - so DON'T FALL INTO THE TRAP OF BUYING THE $40 BBTCL-SPECIFIC CRIB SHEET! - try out your own sheets first; I don't have to use any fasteners to keep the regular sheet tight enough in the BBTCL, and the mattress pushes down into the bottom of the travel crib well enough to keep the sheets tight.
-easy to just toss in the car, not heavy.

-this will *definitely* not fit in standard-sized luggage. I've had to search around for luggage that will fit this bed, and it doesn't leave much room for packing clothes and essentials for a trip. However, I will make it work since I don't want to deal with 2 suitcases and don't want to pay the ridiculous airline fees for extra luggage.
-This will not work as a carry on, for several reasons. 1) The total dimensions are 46.5", 1.5" over the limit set by (some) airlines for carry-ons. 2) There is NO shoulder strap. This is by far the biggest flaw and a huge oversight by Baby Bjorn. This makes it more cumbersome to carry while carrying my child and makes it nearly impossible to carry long distances with anything else in your arms. It only has 2 handles, barely big enough to fit through up to your elbow and still carry it comfortably.
-The mattress sits on the floor. This isn't typically a problem, however we used it camping this past weekend and found that it gave no good insulation between the cold ground and the mattress (like a PnP would), and the mattress got very cold. I would recommend getting a camping air mat or layers of something to put under the entire bed if you are using this for camping in colder areas.

Overall, I think the price is a little high. I would like to see it around $150-175 and no higher. But, it seems to be a good purchase so far and I am so relieved to not have to carry a PnP on all our flights. This is a good investment and I'd recommend it over a PnP any day.
72 of 78 people found the following review helpful
Best Travel Crib on the Market! Dec 31 2007
By J. Earley - Published on
This travel crib is amazing! We tried setting up a pack-n-play, what a fiasco. The baby was screaming because he was so tired and I just couldn't move fast enough setting the dumb thing up. The Baby Bjorn Travel Crib on the other hand sets up in under 10 seconds - really. I was absolutely amazed. It took very few brain cells to set up - like maybe 11 :) or in other words it's extremely simple to set up. I'll admit it, I didn't even look at the instructions because it's so intuitive. Try that with a pack-n-play that needs certain parts clicked in before others, etc.

It takes up very little space in the car (the pack-n-play took up at least double the space). And you can take it on an airplane as a checked piece of luggage without it getting damaged. The mattress is thicker and more comfortable than other travel cribs. And another nice feature is that there isn't a bar running under the mattress like the pack-n-play making it miserable for the baby.

The only problem I've seen so far is that the mattress doesn't come with a sheet. But those are easy to come by so it's not really been a problem.

All in all it's a fantastic travel bed and we are very glad we spent the money and got the best on the market.
76 of 86 people found the following review helpful
My 14-month old son can climb out Oct. 25 2010
By Youcan Toucan - Published on
I bought this crib when my son was 1 year. I agree with all of the other positive feedback; light; easy set up, etc. However, I was really disappointed when my son figured out how to climb out of it the day he turned 14 months. For the price I didn't get as much use as I would have liked. My son is about 75th percentile in height and weight, so he is big, but not off the charts enormous. Just something to keep in mind if you have a big baby. See attached video if you want to see how it's done, just don't let your baby see.
64 of 76 people found the following review helpful
Ligthweight, portable,and comfortable, but don't trip over the legs! June 5 2008
By Michelle - Published on
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This crib is pretty much as advertised. It sets up in seconds (such a great feature for those late night hotel check-ins, no thought involved, just pull out and unfold) and is very comfortable. My daughter slept through the night in it (which she never does!).

However, a few thoughts.

1. The legs extend out and I kept tripping over them as I got out of bed (we had the crib next to me). Be very careful to remember the crib's 'footprint' is wider than you think and those legs are trippy.

2.I was excited to see reviews that said they set the Bjorn crib up in the airport for their baby as when we travel overseas it's a day and a half of travel to our destination with lots of layovers. I initially thought the crib was small enough to be a carry on. Now that I have it, I think it's too wide for overhead compartments on a plane. I think we'll have to check it.

3. Supposedly this crib can be used for several years, however, the Bjorn is a mini-crib. It's not very long. So if you have a tall baby (which we do) it may not last much past the first year or two.

4. I don't think the Bjorn makes a good playpen. It's too small and the walls provide little support. For longer road trips, we'll be taking the pack and play to use as a playpen.

But overall we are happy with our purchase and do recommend the Baby Bjorn Travel Crib if you have lots of places to visit with a baby in tow.
25 of 29 people found the following review helpful
BabyBjorn vs. Phil & Ted travel cribs June 28 2011
By Justbooking - Published on
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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.


The BabyBjorn travel crib can't be beat for use at home and for car travel, as it can be set up and disassembled in about 30 seconds. We use American Baby Company 100% Cotton Value Jersey Knit Porta-Crib Sheet, Celery and they fit the mattress perfectly, at a fraction of the price of the Baby Bjorn crib sheet. My son sleeps in the travel crib almost every night and seems comfortable, as the mattress is fairly thick and has no bars underneath like a pack n play would. However, at 31", I think he'll outgrow it in a few months as there is not a lot more room lengthwise (the mattress is 24" x " 41").

The material of the crib is also worth noting. It's soft and cottony but over time, it will probably show stains as my babies tend to suck on everything they can. They're not standing up yet.

The Baby Bjorn travelcrib is also lot larger folded up than the Phil & Ted's. I wouldn't use it for air travel if you want to minimize the amount of luggage - it's bigger than a carry-on and may have to be checked. I doubt the fine zippered bag it comes in will hold up to baggage handling. It's also way too expensive - it costs almost as much as my son's Bonavita crib!


The phil&teds Traveller Crib, Black on the other hand is a great travel crib for air travel as it folds up very small, is super lightweight, and fits into any suitcase or duffle - I think you could fit two in a without any problems in terms of size or weight. However, it does take about 15 minutes to set up and 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. 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, similar to those used for camping. We put the mattress inside and used regular crib sheets on it and tucked them well underneath (the newest model has a vinyl sleeve to put the mattress into). It will probably work for kids up to age 3, as any older, they may not like being confined in a smallish space. My two-year old child slept well in it on long trips and it still looks new after much use, 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. It's also likely that I'll be using it longer than the BB, as it's more compact and can be used outdoors as well.

In a nutshell, both are good but with some disadvantages - the Phil & Ted crib is better for air travel and indoor/outdoor use, while the BabyBjorn one is better for home and car travel. Regardless of which you go with, it may be a good idea to put your kids in their stroller or bouncy seat while you assemble either one of these (like the Go-Pod Portable Activity Seat in Pistachio by Kidco. You don't want little fingers in the way.

Finally, once your kids outgrow these travel cribs, consider getting the excellent AeroBed Sleep Tight Inflatable Bed for Kids. It works well for kids three and over, with built in side and end rails, sheets, detachable electric pump and storage bag with shoulder strap. It's very comfortable, easy to clean, can be used at home for sleep-overs and great for trips.

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