Badger Basket Modern Changing Table with 3 Baskets and Hamper, Espresso
- Includes hamper and three storage bins
- Made with wood and engineered wood
- Table wipes clean; Basket and hamper can be spot cleaned
This ships separately from other items in your order. The item ships in its original manufacturer's packaging and therefore the contents cannot be concealed.
This changing table keeps everything tidy and concealed for a clean look in the nursery.
Large hamper for dirty duds, or for storing bulk packs of diapers, blankets, and toys!
The hamper easily removes from its shelf to carry to your laundry room.
Or, use the hamper elsewhere in the nursery or your house, leaving you a convenient spot in the changing table for your diaper pail or storage.
Three pull-out baskets are ideal for changing supplies, clothes, socks, shoes, and toiletries.
The baskets are also fully removable for use separate from the table, leaving you convenient, open storage cubbies/shelves.
Includes changing pad and safety belt.
Changing pad is polyurethane foam covered with wipe clean PEVA (non-PVC) vinyl.
Overall unit measures 34.25 inches W x 20.75 inches D x 34.5 inches H.
Hamper measures 13.5 inches W x 14 inches D x 21.75 inches H.
Baskets measure approximately 12.75 inches W x 17 inches D x 7 inches H.
Hamper and baskets are ecru color, canvas-type fabric.
Hamper and baskets fold for storage. Just remove the bottom panel and fold flat.
Changing area has safety rails on all four sides.
Metal support bar beneath the changing surface provides additional stability.
Frame is made with multi-layer solid wood; shelves are engineered wood with veneer.
Fabric on the baskets and hampers is 80% polyester/20% cotton.
For use up to 30 lbs (13.6 kg).
Illustrated assembly instructions included.
Actual color/finish may vary slightly from screen display.
Wipe the table clean with mild soap and a damp cloth when needed; dry thoroughly.
Spot clean hamper and baskets as needed. Never immerse in water.
Toys and accessories shown with the table are for illustration purposes only and are not included with the product.
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1) Extremely easy to put together
2) Glad we purchased one with compartments to store diapers etc...
3) It actually looks pretty good
4) It's sturdy and I'm confident it will last through our future kids.
5) The cushion is more than sufficient. Honestly my kid loves laying on this thing and having his diaper changed go figure. I remember some reviews complaining that the mattress is too thin. Which I don't understand since your kid isn't sleeping on it.
1) It could be a little higher. But I don't think any changing tables come much taller. I'm tall, my wife is tall. Of course bending over for period of time eventually hurts your back. But as a new parent I quickly learned to change diapers in record time, and it's really not an issue.
The major drawback to this table, as others have mentioned, is the laborious and often frustrating assembly. It is definitely a two-person job and should be undertaken when you have a solid hour or two to dedicate to the task.
Now on to the Badger - I'm actually shocked how such a flimsy product can get so many positive reviews. First off, putting it together was a chore. I've put many, many furniture pieces together. It's not hard for me. Yet this changing table was tough. The pieces are so cheaply made, and the connecting holes so inaccurate, that it takes quite a bit of pushing and pulling and cursing to get it to fit.
Seriously, the quality of the "wood" is so bad, several pieces started to splinter when connecting them via the included screws. And no, I wasn't pulling them too tight. The laminate in 2 spots actually came lose before the thing was put together completely.
But I can overlook all of that if it wasn't for the truly dangerous changing table part (top part). It's basically a very thin laminate wood piece that just slides into grooves in the upper portion. There is only one (1) stabilizing connector piece (metal) that you screw in on the bottom. So any weight that's to the left or right of that (= baby) is not supported by ANYTHING at all, other than the few millimeters of wood this plate is slid into. And keep in mind, the wood is really thin and of bad quality, you just look at this thing, you touch it and you KNOW it's going to come apart at some point.
I should have taken pics of this POS before putting it together to explain this better and show all the different problem areas. Right now I can only show pics of some of the splintered parts that are visible.
But the long and short of it is that this changing table just does not appear to be sturdy at all with a heavy baby on it.
I will not put my kid on this but it works fine as a diaper and doodads holder.
I forewarned my dad about how some found it challenging to assemble. It took him about an hour and a half by himself. He said the challenging part was that the directions were a bit ambiguous but he managed to assemble it without any cursing so I assume it wasn't that bad at all.
I'm very short - five feet tall - and so I find this changing table to be a great, convenient height. It's of solid construction and isn't wobbly at all. My only complaints are that the baskets and hamper have a chemical smell to them. I'm sure it'll air out though. I was also under the assumption that the three baskets pulled out like drawers. They're actually just baskets that sit on shelves. Kind of annoying because I can see myself pulling out a basket and dropping it on accident all the time.
Still really happy with the changing table overall though!