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BABYBJORN Travel Crib Light

LOVE: 413 NEUTRAL: 180
REGRET: 12 WANT: 1156

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Jessica P.

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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

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what parents are saying

LOVE: 413 NEUTRAL: 180
REGRET: 12 WANT: 1156
  • Perfect to play and sleep! Aug 07, 2020

  • I rented this on a trip to Dublin and it was a life saver. Easy to carry, assemble and get a baby to sleep in. I wished I had bought it earlier on in my daughter's life. Aug 05, 2020

  • So easy to travel with and assemble and disassemble. The padding is more comfortable than the standard pack and play as well. Aug 04, 2020

  • Love how easy this is to set up! My only complaint is that it’s hard to get baby out but like how long our baby can use this for Jul 13, 2020

    • Paula Y.
    • allison park , Pennsylvania

    I love how easy it is to to put up and take down. We took this camping (we stayed in a cabin) and it was a life saver. 1st its lightweight, its not bulky nor is large like some portable cribs. Jun 16, 2020

  • I love how easy it is set up...I always struggle with locking the arms of the pack and play. My only negative is that it is fully on the ground...I worry about bugs in hotels crawling in the mesh. May 02, 2020

  • Best Travel crib! We have used this for 2 kids in lots of travels. It fits into a suitcase, so you don’t have to use it as a separate checked bag on an airplane. I would highly recommend! Apr 14, 2020

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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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  • Perfect to play and sleep! Aug 07, 2020

  • I rented this on a trip to Dublin and it was a life saver. Easy to carry, assemble and get a baby to sleep in. I wished I had bought it earlier on in my daughter's life. Aug 05, 2020

  • So easy to travel with and assemble and disassemble. The padding is more comfortable than the standard pack and play as well. Aug 04, 2020

  • Love how easy this is to set up! My only complaint is that it’s hard to get baby out but like how long our baby can use this for Jul 13, 2020

    • Paula Y.
    • allison park , Pennsylvania

    I love how easy it is to to put up and take down. We took this camping (we stayed in a cabin) and it was a life saver. 1st its lightweight, its not bulky nor is large like some portable cribs. Jun 16, 2020

  • I love how easy it is set up...I always struggle with locking the arms of the pack and play. My only negative is that it is fully on the ground...I worry about bugs in hotels crawling in the mesh. May 02, 2020

  • Best Travel crib! We have used this for 2 kids in lots of travels. It fits into a suitcase, so you don’t have to use it as a separate checked bag on an airplane. I would highly recommend! Apr 14, 2020

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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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