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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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Customer Reviews 5.0 out of 5 stars 3 customer reviews
Best Sellers Rank #25,487 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight5 Kg
Date First AvailableMay 15 2012
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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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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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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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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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HASH(0xa0b12294) out of 5 stars Polyurethane Mattress--not an environmentally friendly thing! Feb. 26 2011
By Mamako - Published on
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I also complained to Baby Bjorn about the polyurethane mattress, and they sent me a polyether foam replacement mattress that was discolored around the edges. I looked up polyether foam and my research revealed that it is also polyurethane based. So much for an environmentally friendly mattress/product.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa1c03fcc) out of 5 stars 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.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa189da80) out of 5 stars Love, Love, Love them..... Jan. 23 2013
By VaFortune - Published on
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I bought two of these for my twin neices. I keep them one day a week and did not really want the cost of buying two cribs. They have worked perfect for them! I have used them since before they were a year old, they are now 3 and we are still using them. They can not climb out of these either, so that is one less worry. My brother likes the beds so much that he borrows them for the girls when they go on vacation. The bag they come in is also great for traveling. They have held up very well for us!!! Along with this, I also purchased (American Baby Company 100% Cotton Value Jersey Knit Porta-Crib Sheet) and they fit perfectly for the bottom sheet. I hope this has helped...Getting ready to put these girls in big girl beds next week!!!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa10b09f0) out of 5 stars SO AWESOME WORTH EVERY PENNY! Sept. 11 2010
By P. Bradley - Published on
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Okay Baby Bjorn should so pay me or send me a another bed for free, I endorse this product so much. Every new parent I see I tell them about this baby bed, even if I don't know them. All parents think the only travel bed is the pack n play and in not the only thing (although the only way I found out about Baby Bijorn travel bed is soo sooo much research). I hated the pack n play(had with 1st child) wish this product was out then but was not....pack n plays are heavy, bulky,15 min to put together and take a take down (no time for this)....who has time for this if they have a baby??? Not to mention parts seperate.... so don't loose one or ooops there goes your travel bed, the pad is hard card board bottom with maybe 1/4 in of padding (not enough for a so delicate baby), cover doesn't come off so when your precious baby gets bigger and is a toddler and covers the bed with snot,food,spit up,etc... can't just easily take cover off and throw it in wash. The pack n play bed was probably made in China and probably has lots of Phalates (things they think give kids autisim) in the material and lead in paint.
Now for theWONDERFULS on the BABY BJORN is made in Europe with BPA and phalate free material, the cover easly zips off the throw in wash, so easy to set up I actually opened the bed with one hand one time (he was sleeping,,,not really recommended but could do if your talented like me) it litterly pops open and unfolds it self, and then you just place soft but firm 2 inch thick plastic (so no pee through leaks) unlike pack n play where it's forever stained. Super light weight, under I say 10 lbs...pack n play is at least 20, cute compact suit case for bed....I can't say enough great things about the bed. I wish I had found it has made my life as a mother so much easier! can't say that about to many products. The only NEG is the price....but I am a tight wad and this was so a splurdge for me but one I am so so so glad I made. WORTH EVER PENNY!!!!!!!!!!! Thanks BABY BJORN for thinking of everything on a travel bed!!! Love it! ALso go to there website watch the video to see the bed video (shows you how it works) so neat!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa12cd7c8) out of 5 stars very practical and beautifully made March 14 2011
By L. H. - Published on
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our five-month-old boy was growing too large for his cosleeper (the Baby Bunk out of Boston), but we weren't yet ready to move him into his own room full-time. we bought the Bjorn travel crib to act as an intermediate solution and it's perfect. it is small enough to fit unobtrusively in our room near the bed, and large enough to give our bambino plenty of space to stretch out and sleep. because of the latter, he is comfortable hanging out in there after he wakes, playing with toys or exploring his hands and feet.

the construction is really sturdy and yet incredibly lightweight. we are able to put it together as easily as it looks in the video on the Bjorn website. it is very compact when folded and in the carrier, which makes it great as a travel crib for the grandparents' house, or even to take to the park for a more secure/sheltered napping area.

the fabric (we have silver) has a sateen finish and wipes off very easily (tested with drool and spit up), and the mesh sides provide ventilation and an opportunity for baby to look out. we haven't yet had the need to wash the casing, but I would bet that with proper care it will stand up and last a long time, as with our other Bjorn products.

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