Graco Baby Pack ‘n Play Playard with Reversible Napper and Changer, Go Green

June 17, 2014 - Comment

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Chris D. says:

Excellent Pack ‘N Play With Great Features We added this Pack ‘N Play to our baby registry since the features looked like they would be useful. This is the first Pack ‘N Play that I have owned so I wasn’t sure what to expect. The directions were fairly simple to follow and only minimal assembly was required for the bassinet support, reversible station, and toy arch.I really like the feel and support of the bassinet. The metal tubing keeps the mattress pretty level and my son seems to be very comfortable sleeping and playing on the mattress.The reversible station is a nice added feature to this version. The napper on one side is slightly sloped and the changing pad on the other is flat with a plastic surface. It is simple to flip with one hand and very convenient to have both readily available. It is nice that the napper is secured on the ends rather than on one side as it is on other models. I feel that this makes it more stable and level. On the down side, it is surface clean…

Karen in Mommyland says:

Almost perfect As a mom of three children, I have had plenty of experience with playards over the past ten and a half years. This Graco Pack N Play with reversible napper/changer is nice, but I know Graco could make it better. The pack and play is not too much different from the current basic model they have. I have the very basic model that features the bassinet and useless toy arch, and this newer napper/changer model. There are a few differences between the models to make up for the $30 price difference.The basic model will get you folding feet/wheels which allow the playard to fold up into a bag that is roughly six inches more compact than the napper/changer model. It has the same size mattress, and ease of set up. The bassinet has poorer mattress support which will allow the mattress to sag and be uneven. This is because the metal cross supports that run across the bottom of the bassinet insert do not run the length of the playard. The seams of the corners of the playard are…

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