Holds up to 20 pounds. Spacious interior provides ample room for growth. Strong and sturdy, yet lightweight and easy to carry. Assembles and disassembles in under a minute. Anti-slip feet prevent skidding. Comes with a carrying bag for fuss-free on-the-go use and storage. Sleek and attractive.
We’d love it even more if the carrying bag had a zipper.
Multipurpose design functions as a diaper bag, bassinet, and changing pad. Features 5 pockets for baby essentials, including an insulated bottle compartment. Includes waterproof mattress and fitted sheet. End panel can be removed for diaper changes. Quick and easy set up.
The bag itself might not hold up well to washing.
Ultra lightweight with compact folded dimensions. Features 2 breathable canopies to keep pests out. Safe for babies weighing up to 25 pounds. Comes with a handy bottom storage basket. Can be rocked to soothe little ones. Available in multiple colors. Affordable and highly functional.
Doesn’t come with a travel bag.
Easy to use and highly portable. Waterproof base is ideal for outdoor use. Comes with a removable canopy to block light. Removable toy bar with 2 toys offer on-the-go entertainment. Cotton cover is machine washable. Backpack straps allow for hands-free carrying.
Little ones may quickly outgrow the smaller dimensions.
Flat, non-folding surface eliminates any bumps and creases that could make fussy babies uncomfortable. Lightweight and easy to move. Vibrate feature is a nice touch. Comes with convenient carrying bag. All-round mesh sides allow for improved breathability and visibility.
Folded dimensions are a little larger than some.
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A travel bassinet is a convenient bed designed to give non-sitting infants a safe place to lay and sleep. They are generally lightweight and easy to move around and set up. Better models come with a convenient bag or straps to make it easy to carry with you on the go. Some travel bassinets include legs that snap in place to keep baby off the ground near a bed, chair, or couch where an adult may be sitting or sleeping. This style generally has higher sides and can be used slightly longer than others designed to lay flat on the ground or floor. They can also double as a bedside bassinet in the early weeks when you want to have baby close by overnight. The advantage of the styles designed to lay flat on the floor, or in some cases a bed, is that they are generally smaller and more portable.
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