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Delta - Dora The Explorer Toddler Bed
- Cheerful colors and aDORAable design theme makes this a must have for the little explorer in your life
- Sturdy steel frame provides stability and safe sleep rails (removable) and low to the ground height make it as safe as it is cute
- Recommended for ages 18 months to 5 years
- Meets all JPMA safety standards for toddler beds and comes in a non-toxic finish.
- Uses a standard crib mattress (sold separately)
There's something about a Delta-conceived, Delta-designed, Delta-made children's product that so many parents, from all ends of the earth, just seem to naturally gravitate to. That is becuase Delta Children's Products are experts in creating groundbreaking products that meet the growing needs of children. From infancy all the way through young teen hood. Every smart, safe, high-quality Delta product is designed to deliver timeless beauty, myriad uses, and outstanding value for years to come. The Dora the Explorer Toddler Bed is perfect for transitioning your little explorer from crib to big girl bed. Features a high quality plastic and metal frame making it lightweight yet sturdy for strength and durability that will last. The bed is built low to the ground for easy child access and comes with side rails for safe and secure sleeping. A cheerful Dora inspired design theme featuring your child's favorite Dora and friends characters on the headboard and footboard making it a must have. The bed uses a standard crib mattress (sold separately). Recommended for use up to 50 lbs. Meets all JPMA safety requirements. Some assembly required. Features: Nickelodeon Dora the Explorer Toddler Bed High quality plastic and metal frame Lightweight yet sturdy Sits low to the ground for easy entry and exit 2 side rails Uses a standard crib mattress (sold separately) Recommended for use up to 50 lbs Meets all JPMA safety requirements Some assembly required Specifications: Dimensions: 29' H x 31' W x 54' D Weight: 21 lbs
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Most of the reviews of this product are spot on. The product is:
1. Hard to assemble. I was tempted to call my friends husband --who is a mechanic-- to help us put it together.
2. It is poor quality. A Coleman cot has a better, more durable frame.
3. The plastic headboard and foot board are cheaply made.
4. We had a hard time getting the crib bed into the frame.
5. It is overpriced for the quality. $39.99 would have been a fairer price.
However, my daughter was so excited to have a Dora bed. She ran over to it, said "I love it," hugged her Daddy and said I love you. She's also been showing to everyone who is coming over for SuperBowl, showing it to them and saying "Tada."
If you are going to buy this bed --because your child is ready for a bed, it is Dora and they will love it -- then just beware it is hard to put together and not very well made.
Also, buy it from Amazon. It is the best price with free shipping.
If we had more money, I would've bought a Little Tikes or KidKraft bed. They are much better quality and Made in the USA.
I love that the bed is close enough to the ground that when she does roll out (she is all over the place when she sleeps and she'll scoot out of the bottom) she falls and doesn't even wake up because it's not far enough to hurt. I just pick her back up and lay her back down and she stays asleep the entire time. This doesn't happen more then what's expected of a young child sleeping on an open bed. It wouldn't be enough to make me change my mind on this.
One thing I don't really care for is the open slots on the headboard. It's there for looks, I think, but her binky falls back there and she loses them under the bed, so I have to fish them out and search there often if she wakes up and can't find it and gets upset at her loss of it. The other down part was the first month it was difficult to get her to actually stop staring at the Dora sticker on the headboard and saying "Dora" over and over while pointing at it and making squeaking sounds while she rubbed her finger down it long enough to actually fall asleep. I did regret buying her favorite cartoon a few nights because of this issue, but she's moved past it and sleeps in it without distraction now.
I've actually laid in this bed for short amounts of time, and have sat on the bed while getting her to sleep plenty without any issues (I'm currently pregnant and 150lbs) and my husband has also sat at the end without any issues except the baby mattress coming up at one end for a second (he's around 180ish lbs) so I don't doubt the sturdiness of this bed.
I had very little problems trying to put it together. The hardest part was getting the medal frame to fit inside the plastic head and foot board to screw it together. Needless to say I lost it after I smushed my finger between it. Other than that, it could be a great bed! My daughter loves Dora on it ofcourse.