BabyBjörn Travel Crib Light 2

December 05, 2012 by

BabyBjörn Travel Crib Light 2

From the company known for their top-of-the-line baby carriers comes a travel crib so light and simple to set up that you’ll be happy to take it with you wherever you go.  It fits in a slim carry bag that stows easily in the smallest of trunks or closets and unfolds into a play yard that accommodates children from birth to age 3 (as long as your child isn’t able to climb out of it!).

Minimal, yet sturdy in structure, the travel crib sets up quickly and doesn’t require complicated instructions.  Just unfold and pop open the legs.  An audible click ensures when each piece is fully deployed.  Then, turn it over and place the cushioned mattress into the floor of the play yard to provide a comfortable place for baby to nap as well as lend even more stability to the crib.  An organic mattress sheet can be purchased separately.

This crib doesn’t come with all the extras like a changing pad, bassinet or toys, but that’s what makes it so incredibly portable and something that you’re actually inclined to take with you, even on short day trips.  There’s no weighing whether or not it’s worth taking –it’s just a no brainer to bring it along!

Like BabyBjörn’s carriers, their travel crib is comprised of materials that meet strict Oeko-Tex Standards, and you’ll be excited to know that in addition to the mattress cover being washable, the entire play yard fabric can be unzipped from the frame for easy machine washing.  There’s really no excuse to not get really good use out of this travel crib!

The BabyBjörn Travel Crib Light 2 has open dimensions of  45”L x 31.5”W x 26”H and weighs only 11 lbs.  It sells for $299.95.  Check it out at

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Michelle enjoys reviewing the latest and greatest baby and toddler products to hit the market. With two little ones of her own, she has firsthand, in-depth experience with a wide array of juvenile products as well as ready help from her junior reviewers in testing everything from strollers to toys. Her background in User Research, Engineering and Product Design lend to an appreciation for well-designed products that are solidly constructed and created with the end consumer in mind.

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