Graco Sarah Crib Review

Graco Sarah crib reviews give this model two thumbs-up. Postings on sites like Target and Walmart praise the quality and appearance, with some reviews saying it rivals models costing at least twice as much and noting that online images of the crib don't do it justice. Crib reviews at Toys R Us add that the gender-neutral design appeals to parents who want to prepare for all possibilities.

Assembly is fast and painless, according to most Graco Sarah Classic reviews, although a few report receiving an unassembled crib with existing nicks, scratches, and splinters. One purchaser remarks that some screws are visible on the assembled product. For many, though, the budget price seals the deal.

This is a 4-in-1 model with multiple uses: toddler bed (no guard rail), daybed, and full-size bed headboard. There are three mattress heights, which may prove too high or low depending on your stature and that of your baby (one mother wonders if a tall and active toddler could climb out). The dimensions of this crib are slightly smaller than other budget models, so if space is limited, this may be the one for you. Finishes for the Graco Sarah crib (also starting at $135, Amazon) include white, espresso, cherry, and cinnamon.

Right-priced for a convertible crib, the Graco Sarah cribs should appeal to frugal parents-to-be or other caregivers who also care about aesthetics and user-friendly assembly. It's sufficient to meet many families' needs even if it has nothing special to commend it.

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