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
Our daughter slept in this for the first 2 months of her life in our room and now we travel with it. Easy to fold up and open. (Sep 30, 2014)
This product is great for travel or outdoor play outings with baby! These also last forever! My mom has one from 15+years ago and it is still the same design. Worth the investment for sure.
Mar 07, 2017
We use our pack 'n play all the time. It is easy to put up and break down and doesn't take up a lot of room for traveling so we love it. We've had our for about 4 years and it still works great.
Jan 11, 2017
We were happy enough with our graco pack n play. Ours was simple like this one and served its purpose. My only complaint was that the mattress ended up bending and baby would roll toward the center.
Dec 15, 2016
Great investment! We traveled with ours, used it for outside play, inside play, nap time, travel bed when taking vacations, & its easy to travel with and clean.We bought extra padding for nap time.
Dec 08, 2016
I have FOUR of these! 1 for upstairs, one for downstairs, one for grandmas, and one for travel. My babies slept in these for the first few months by my bed, and the 8 month old still does for travel.
Oct 12, 2016
This was both my kids beds for the first year of their lives! It's good quality. Don't submerge in water to clean it like you see in some Pinterest/YouTube videos. The base of mine warped.
Oct 06, 2016
I have had 3 of these. Problems with the first two (one with the pad and one with the legs) Customer services was wonderful!! We are happy with it now. Easy up and down. Use it all the time!
Jul 29, 2016
Was convent for letting our son nap in the living room when we were not comfortable being too far from him. Now it's permanently in my truck for days when are at a family members house during nap time
Jul 20, 2016
Functional and does what it's intended to do...but it is such a pain to assemble and heavy! It's fine if you put it up and leave it up, but if you're wanting to travel with it, not recommended.
Jun 16, 2016
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.