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Graco by LaJobi Sarah Classic Crib - Cinnamon
The traditional sleigh design of the Graco Sarah 4-in-1 convertible crib makes it a popular choice for baby's nursery, especially with safety minded parents. This sturdy crib features stationary side rails for a safe sleeping environment for baby with a mattress platform that adjusts to three different heights depending on the age of your baby. This lovely crib easily changes into a toddler bed, daybed and full-size headboard.
JPMA, ASTM and CPSC safety certified
Dimensions: 42.46 Pounds, 57.25 x 29.625 x 43.25"
Crib converts to a toddler bed (no guard rail needed for conversion), daybed and full-size headboard (bed frame and mattress not included)
Three-position mattress height adjustment
Five-year limited warranty against manufacturer's defects
Mattress sold separately
|Graco by LaJobi Sarah Classic Crib - Cinnamon||
|Discontinued by vendor|
|Graco by LaJobi Sarah Dressing Table - Cinnamon||
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Comments about Graco Sarah Classic Crib - Cinnamon:
We purchased this crib for our second child because our existing crib was the subject of a recall. Knowing it would only be used by one child we were looking for a budget-friendly and safe convertible crib. We were attracted to this model due to its classic and simple style and our misconception that "Graco" was a quality brand.
It was easy to assemble, but also too easy to dis-assemble. The screws came loose with normal use. Double checking and tightening all screws became a weekly chore. The wood and finish became scratched, chipped and damaged easily.
Several days ago we converted it to a toddler bed following the manufacturer's instructions. All parts seemed to be in good working order at that time. The next morning we awoke to find the side stretcher/stabilizer bar had snapped in the night, leaving our toddler in a structurally unsound bed and exposing him to sharp, jagged, spear-like pieces of wood.
All attempts to contact the manufacturer have failed.