I'm having twins so we bought 2 cribs. Saved a lot of money from buying here instead of baby r us. The cribs are prefect. Very study and heavy. I just didn't like the drawer that they have a the bottom. Everything else is perfect.
I saw this crib and it was love at first sight! I really wanted it but other sites were so expensive! Thankfully Overstock carried it and my husband did have a fit when i bought it. So affordable! My husband put it together in a few hours and it looks great! I always get compliments on my son's nursery. Great value that will grow with your baby
My wife and I looked at several baby cribs and Baby's R Us and other similar stores. This bed is every bit as comparable to the $400 to $500 dollar floor models at those places. The materials appears to be of high grade composite board with a simulated wood finish typical of almost any furniture available today. The overall crib is heavy, weighing in at roughly 100 lbs. The assembly feels very durable and smooth with no rough edges. The color is a dark express, exactly like I was picturing. Best of all, this crib comes with everything need to convert to a toddler bed, and is only missing the bed rails required to convert to a single bed. Delivery was timely, coming within 2 weeks of my order. Overall, I'm very happy with the purchase and I feel like this is a fantastic deal.
I purchased this dresser with gift cards and a coupon, so it probably seems like way more of a steal than it actually is. That said, even at Overstock's "normal" (discounted) price, I think it's good quality for what you're paying. I've had other items from DaVinci/babyletto/Million Dollar Baby, so I kind of knew what to expect. First off, read the instructions!! I'm an Ikea pro and started assembling this piece with minimal glancing at the instructions, and definitely got myself into a pickle about 2/3 of the way through - had to disassemble 80% of what I had done - re-up my motivation and finish another day. But the end result is exactly what I wanted and expected! I love the dresser (I got it in white)!! Secondly - if you have a drill (with screwdriver bit) and a ratcheting Allen key, it will save you TONS of headache and carpal tunnel syndrome. I had the former, but not the latter. I did curse 7-29 times, but again - you get what you pay for. And I'm assuming a lot of the annoying ways the joints come together are that way to make it more secure and child-friendly (less things for tiny fingers to scrape on or clothing to snag on). Thirdly - definitely, DEFINITELY use the anti-tipping hardware.
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