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Available a gently used Cosco portable crib with mattress.

Crib folds flat for easy storage or transport. This crib was used only when taking our babies on vacations.

Technical Details
Item Weight 42.2 pounds
Product Dimensions 6.5" x 32" x 38.5" (flat) 25" x 32" x 38.5" (open)
UPC 044681103148 044681103230 446811031480
Item model number 10-T58-WHO
Style Portable

Product Description
Made of durable, long-lasting metal, this portable crib folds flat in minutes and travels anywhere. Equipped with its own mattress and sporting wheels for easy maneuverability, it offers total portability, around the house or around town. Use it as an extra place for baby to nap in your home, take it with you on trips, or leave it at Grandma's house. Baby will always have a comfy place to play, nap, or sleep. White metal color coordinates with any room's interior.

At a distance, this portable crib could be mistaken for the permanent variety. Up close, it's clearly something else: a smaller item altogether, with a 2-inch mattress and board that lift out and two locking latches. Pop the latches, and in less than a minute the whole thing folds up to a mere 6 inches wide. In this configuration, it can still be rolled on the four plastic casters (if care is taken that it doesn't fall over). Two of the casters lock. Although the board and mattress can be stored inside the folded frame, it's a pity the board isn't simply hinged, as in some competing models; this would make setup and storage slightly easier (and it would make dropping the board on a toe more difficult). Also, the locking latches are a little hard to figure out the first time; we've seen more traditional hardware that's simpler, equally safe, and easier to use.
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