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BABYBJORN Travel Crib Light

LOVE: 397 NEUTRAL: 175
REGRET: 12 WANT: 1112

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As if traveling with an infant isn't overwhelming enough, figuring out where they're going to sleep while away from home can be a real challenge. Enter: BabyBjorn Travel Crib Light. Super lightweight, a cinch to set up and take down (we're talking a matter of seconds, here), and is suitable for kids from infancy to age 3. (You can check out our video demo here.) And the best part? As one weeSpring parent noted: "Baby slept great in this while traveling--almost better than at home…"

The Catch: Baby is very low to the ground in it making it hard to lower baby into

Want to learn more? Check out BABYBJORN's page on weeSpring.

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what parents are saying

LOVE: 397 NEUTRAL: 175
REGRET: 12 WANT: 1112
  • Super light weight and convenient. We take it with us when we travel and our son loves sleeping in it. The mattress seems very comfortable for him. Oct 09, 2019

  • Nice, light travel crib. Can put it together/break it down very quickly. Oct 01, 2019

  • Pricey but worth it! It is incredibly easy to set up, it’s very compact, and there are no hard bars underneath the mattress so it’s much more comfortable than the traditional pack n’ play. Sep 13, 2019

  • This is by far the best travel sleeper. My newborn used and still does and my 3 year old used it from 1 to 2.5 years old. It’s so easy To assemble and light weight. Sep 12, 2019

  • i have this and the graco- honestly, i prefer the ease of the original graco pack n play Sep 11, 2019

  • Best pack n play! It folds up into its own suitcase and is pretty lightweight, but still has a nice, thick mattress. Sep 11, 2019

  • One of my favorite purchases for my son to date. SO much better than the pack-n-play, much easier to set up, break down and travel with. And the mattress pad is much nicer than other options Aug 30, 2019

  • THE BEST travel crib. Super light, easy to pack in the car, fits babies and toddlers, breathable fabric, doesn't tip over, very easy and fast to put up and take down Aug 29, 2019

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    Open the bag, lift out the travel crib and set it up in one simple movement. There are no loose parts to attach. The legs unfold automatically and once you have put the mattress in you have a stable travel crib to use at home or on trips. When you’re not using it, simply fold it up and store it in the practical bag.

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  • Super light weight and convenient. We take it with us when we travel and our son loves sleeping in it. The mattress seems very comfortable for him. Oct 09, 2019

  • Nice, light travel crib. Can put it together/break it down very quickly. Oct 01, 2019

  • Pricey but worth it! It is incredibly easy to set up, it’s very compact, and there are no hard bars underneath the mattress so it’s much more comfortable than the traditional pack n’ play. Sep 13, 2019

  • This is by far the best travel sleeper. My newborn used and still does and my 3 year old used it from 1 to 2.5 years old. It’s so easy To assemble and light weight. Sep 12, 2019

  • i have this and the graco- honestly, i prefer the ease of the original graco pack n play Sep 11, 2019

  • Best pack n play! It folds up into its own suitcase and is pretty lightweight, but still has a nice, thick mattress. Sep 11, 2019

  • One of my favorite purchases for my son to date. SO much better than the pack-n-play, much easier to set up, break down and travel with. And the mattress pad is much nicer than other options Aug 30, 2019

  • THE BEST travel crib. Super light, easy to pack in the car, fits babies and toddlers, breathable fabric, doesn't tip over, very easy and fast to put up and take down Aug 29, 2019

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  • Q: Can this be carried onto an airplane?

    asked by Secretly Expecting - Mar 19, 2014

  • Dimensions are similar to one of those roller suitcases, but it's about 4 inches bigger... so while you could fit it in an overhead compartment, probably wouldn't pass muster to get on the plane. I think you could safely check it, though.

    Allyson D. - Mar 19, 2014

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