The Graco Freeport Classic 4-in-1 Convertible Crib is the perfect focal piece for baby's nursery. Its classic styling works well with any decor and its convertible crib design allows it to grow with your child for years.
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Customer Recommendation92%58 out of 63reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.
This is really a great crib,,, we got this crib for $89 in walmart some deal, with tax it is $96 .. Really i love this crib.. vry nice cherry color and looks great .. really never expected this,, i will give 10 stars for this,, because the lower price and very good product,, looks great.. i like this very much.....
I put this crib together all by myself at 7 months pregnant. It gorgeous and very sturdy! I still dont have the baby in it, he's not here yet, but I can tell the product is very durable and will last a long time!
Super easy to put together! I put this together 33 weeks pregnant, by myself, in half an hour. I had some nice walls to help me hold the pieces up. =) Remember, don't tighten ANYTHING until you are done putting it together! Haha. This crib is beautiful for the price and super sturdy. My little one isn't here yet, but a friend brought his little four-month-old over for a party and she slept safe and sound in it for her whole nap. Great value. Would recommend to anyone.
I love this bed. I love the color of the dark wood and not only was it cheap but it's great quality. It also will be a bed my daughter can use for a long time. It converts to a toddler bed, day bed, and headboard. I would diffently suggest buying this bed.
Pros: easy to assemble, Safety ratings, Trusted brands, Convertible crib that can grow with child, Durability
Recommends this product? Yes
Age:25 - 34
Ownership:2 - 3 months
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Does anyone know if you have to purchase a conversion kit for this bed?
I ordered this crib for in store pick up. I picked it up and everything was going smooth. The box was in perfect condition. I got home and started to build this crib. First thing I noticed was the paint was not complete. The paint job was spotty. I figure it was just the way it was suppose to be. So I began to build. I was about 15 minutes into building it when I was screwing in the side rail and a huge chunk of the wood cracked off in my hand. I was shocked, a hunk of wood on a brand new crib just broke off into my hand and I wasn't even tightening the screws yet! I returned it right that same day. The woman at Customer Service was stunned when I handed her the chunk. I went online and ordered a completely different crib. It's was a little more expensive, but I guess it's true you get what you pay for.
I do volunteer work as a fixit guy for a teen pregnancy home and have setup and taken down dozens of cribs so I consider myself an expert on crib assembly/disassembly. This crib is by far the hardest to assemble of the many different types of cribs I have worked with. Other reviews mention easy assembly so perhaps I got the two units built on a Monday morning. The main issue is with the "barrel and screw" assembly. Having these as part of the assembly seems to now be very common. Typically the main pain is trying to line up the barrels when you can't see the slot. I have worked out a trick where I put a mark on the screw driver so I can tell what the right position is no matter what the orientation. However, typically the holes that take the barrels are drilled so that when you insert the barrel it will automatically line up with the screw if you have the orientation of the barrel direction right. With these the holes are drilled deeper so that not only do you have difficulty lining up the direction of the barrel, you have no clue if you are the right depth. You can't even set the pieces on the side because you need to rely on gravity to try to get barrel in the right position. Also, perhaps to save a few inches of packing material the ends of the crib come in 4 pieces that need to be assembled (with the barrel madness) before you can even start. Most other cribs come with the ends as one piece. I gave this crib 2 stars rather than 0 because once it is assembled it seems to be quite sturdy. That's the tradeoff with using the barrel/screw assembly as it does provide a very strong assembly. I have had to repair the other types of metal to wood anchors many times with other cribs where the metal anchors pull out and I needed to epoxy them back in. If the manufacturer had just set the depth right on the barrel holes, the assembly would have been less than 1/2 hour rather than a very frustrating 2+ hours.
this isn't a bad crib for the price. I'm a little more particular about things then my partner I didn't like how some of the pieces fit together but he didn't think it warranted returning it. I would recommend having ur partner put it together or do it before you are 7 months along lol
We received this and my daughter put it together with no problem. All the pieces were in excellent shape, no scratches or marks. It was a bit smaller than I thought it would be, but good construction for the price.
Bought this for my grandbaby, had friend assemble it.. everything comes with great instructions! Love the finished product , sturdy and medium sized, so it fits my space well. Wish it had rollers on legs is my only suggestion. Grandbaby is 3 yrs. old... will use it for years! Great bed!
The crib itself looks nice, and seems to be solid once put together. Putting the crib together was a challenge. The K Bolts that hold the screws into the frame, were too small for the holes that were drilled in the frame. The holes in the frame appeared to be drilled to wide an too deep for the size of the K Bolts. There was also a dent in the frame, up near the top of the side bar. Unfortunately we did not notice until after we put the crib together and we were not about to take it apart to bring it back. It took us about 2 hours to put together. For the price though the crib does look nice and appears to be pretty solid.
One of the bolts (3/4" Allen Head bolt) was defective. So, we weren't able to use the product so far. Contacted Lajibo (Graco Crib customer service) and they told me that they'll be sending the bolt in 7-10 business days. Their customer service was also not so great. It's been 12 days I received the product from Walmart and I wasn't able to use it so far. Hence, cannot write a review now.
This is the first crib I've ever bought, and it is beautiful and easy to put together. The color is more of a cherry than an espresso but it is very nice anyways. I would defiantly recommend this crib to anyone.