This Safety 1st changing pad has contour edges for a snug fit when changing your baby's diaper. Its PEVA surface cover doesn't contain any PVC and easily wipes clean in seconds. Its non skid bottom has more grip than usual changing pads, in order to prevent shifting and moving. A safety strap, with quick release buckle, holds your baby securely in place. In addition, attachment straps fasten to the back of the dresser for added safety. Its foam is thick in order to provide utmost comfort for your little angel.
what parents are saying
We have owned this changing pad for years. Now since baby #3 has arrived it is showing signs of wear and tear. It has definitely been a great buy. We will continue to use it as long as we can. (Oct 18, 2020)
If you’re looking for a basic changing pad, then look no further. Safety 1st covers all the bases when it comes to what to look for in your standard changing pad: cleans easily, waterproof, raised sides, and even a safety belt for the wiggliest of babies. Nursery Hack: use this on top of a dresser and skip the changing table.
The Catch: Some parents have complained about the strong, plastic-y odor this pad can have.
We have owned this changing pad for years. Now since baby #3 has arrived it is showing signs of wear and tear. It has definitely been a great buy. We will continue to use it as long as we can.
Oct 18, 2020
I do like this changing pad for use with my kids when they are not tall enough to bump their head. I prefer the one that is contoured on all 4 sides for toddlers which acts as if there's a pillow
Sep 09, 2020
I've spent most of baby's time outside of nursery, so this was pointless. also, once you put the covers on it, the belt is kinda awkward and hard to use. i've used it maybe 3 weeks and thats it.
May 31, 2018