1801373 Color: Pasadena Features: -Removable, full-size bassinet provides the perfect spot for baby to catch a nap, at home and away. -Automatically folding feet and wheels. -Compact fold for easy to store and perfect for travel. -Durable frame makes this play yard ideal for travel. -Toy bar with soft toys to amuse your little one. -Signature Graco push-button fold makes closing your play yard quick and hassle-free. -Handy wheels for added convenience. -Airy mesh on all sides provides maximum ventilation. -Convenient carrying bag consolidates the play yard into one portable unit for no-fuss travel and storage. -Bassinet for babies under 15 lbs. -For use by children unable to climb out, less than 35" tall. -Carefully remove sand from all surfaces before packing into bag as sand can damage top rail lock. -Clean with household soap and warm water/drip dry. -No bleach, machine wash carry bag in lukewarm water.
what parents are saying
Bit finicky to fold up/ open up. Always needed my husband to help. Other than that, spacious, lots of room, long-lasting quality, easy to clean. (Feb 05, 2020)
One of the most useful baby products we haved own over the past 6 years--both for our own kids as well as family/friends who visit. The standard, and for good reason--easy to set up, comfortable
Aug 12, 2020
So easy for travel! Tip: use a tightly fitted sheet designed for safe use on the mattress, stuff it in your bra for an hour or so before using it and your scent will help baby sleep better on trips!
May 24, 2020
Love this, we use it as a napping and changing station downstairs so we are not always going up and down stairs to change her. Love the extra piece that lets it be a more shallow bed for an infant.
Feb 14, 2020
This is a must have. My baby slept in it the day she came home. Great for any baby who needs a place to play/sleep, anything. Easy to open & close and packs up easily and compactly. Great for travel.
Jan 30, 2020
I like this version of pack n play so much better than the version with a “bassinet.” It is large enough to use for infant for many months and is easy to pick baby up out of. It is also easy to set up
Nov 01, 2019
Both my parents and my inlaws have this pack n Play. Its perfect for grandparents houses. Great Price and folds very compact to store away. My 2.5 year old still sleep in it when we visit.
Oct 22, 2019
I love our pack & play! It is so easy to bring everywhere. Ours has the extra bassinet and diaper changing station which makes all the difference! Only con is it can be a pain to disassemble.
Jul 30, 2019
I love this! My little one sleeps in the bassinet portion beside our bed. It is perfect for middle of the night and traveling. I do wish it didn’t squeak when I push/pull my little one closer.
Jul 24, 2019
The easy transport sold me! Originally, I purchased a more expensive play yard, and ended up returning it for this one. It has plenty of space for baby and is very comfortable. It cleans like a dream!
Jul 23, 2019
It is very easy to set up, and a life saver when I've needed to put my baby down for a moment. However, the only reason I can't say I love it is my baby hates it. He cries the whole time he's in there
May 27, 2019
I LOVE THIS PACK N PLAY! My daughter is now quite mobile and insists on pulling up on everything. If I need to get something done in the house, she immediately goes in here with her favorite toys.
Apr 04, 2019
We have the version with a reversible napper/changer (for living room) and bought this one as well to use as a sleep area in our room when she outgrew her Arms Reach Cosleeper. Simple but great!
Jan 05, 2019
Baby doesn’t love this right now but maybe when he’s a bit older but we have two at different grandparents homes to make visits easier. Not too heavy I don’t like the mat though feels flimsy to me.
Apr 30, 2018
Q: Our 1 year old has started standing up and gnawing on the side of this pack and play with her sharp new teeth. Anybody have a great trick for keeping their kids from gnawing on cribs or pack and plays like this?
When it comes to keeping him from completely gnawing on it, use lots of re-direction and eventually he will start to understand "Hey, I probably shouldn't eat that.". If you're looking for an alternative to him breaking a tooth off, I would recommend the Prince Lionheart Crib Rail Protector. They are gummy like, so it won't ruin your baby's teeth, if he does happen to decide to snack on his bed.
There are some good crib railings available if he's doing this for the crib, but i'm not aware of something similar for the pack n play. They may be experiencing a lot of teething pain, so you can try cool or frozen washcloths, teething toys, or other teething remedies to help.
My daughter also "taste tested" this pack and play! She only did it a few times and I guess it didn't give her the feedback she was looking for to help with her sore gums, (or it didn't taste very good) and she stopped. I agree with the suggestion of redirecting to teething toys.