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I have been using this bassinet for a little over a month now, and it is working out great. I bought it because I wanted to be able to have my son close to the bed at night but also be able to move him easily into other parts of the house. We were going to use our pack n’ play for this but soon found out that it is too wide to fit through our door frames. This bassinet is easy to assemble. We like the fact that it plays music and has vibration which sometimes soothes our son. It is nice that it has the little place for storage on the bottom. Our son is on an apnea monitor, and having that shelf gives us a place to put it. The only negative thing that I can say about this bassinet is that the wheels don’t work all that well. They squeak a lot when rolling, and they don’t roll well on carpet. This is a little frustrating but is not a big deal. Overall, this is a good bassinet.
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I purchased this bassinet about a month ago, and it has been holding up so far.
The assembly was rather easy, and took about an hour.The mattress is nice and soft, and the color is really nice. The design is neutral, and there are cute polar bears hanging from the cover(:The cover is nice, and foldable.It is portable, and has wheel-stoppers. The wheels move pretty smoothly.It is probably one of the cheapest bassinets out there.There is ample space for storage underneath- the fabric won’t support too much weight though.
Six AAA batteries are required to play the music and vibration, not included.There are only 3 songs, and the volume does not go very high. I also do not like the songs very much (chimes, Brahm’s lullaby, and another tune I don’t know).I’ve actually used vibration only once – it seems to make my baby rather uncomfortable.The wheels on the side jut out too much- I’ve tripped over them numerous times.The top part (the actual bassinet) started a shaking (a little bit) from side to side after a week of light/medium use.
To sum up, a good bassinet for the value, but don’t expect it to be more than that. I don’t expect for it to last more than 3 months, but will probably get a crib before that anyway.
This bassinet wasn’t too hard to put together, and looks nice enough for the price (although the wheels aren’t great, I definitely won’t be moving it from room to room because they don’t easily roll and because the bases of the legs stick out so far it actually barely fits through my doorways and often trips me. But I get they have to be very wide to make sure the whole thing doesn’t tip if you run into it so I’m OK with it). However, getting sheets for it is a total pain. You only can buy them through Safety first over the phone, and you have to have the model number and manufacture date information or they won’t even tell you how much an extra sheet would be or anything, which just seems ridiculous to me. They say it’s for legal reasons that the sheet has to fit right, and I get that, but lots of companies sell extra sheets for other bassinets and pack and plays without needing to special order them. So, just know in advance that you’ll have to jump through a few hoops to get sheets.
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