Delta Children pride themselves on offering safe, high quality nursery furniture and baby gear. Their Geneva 4-in-1 convertible crib is the perfect solution for parents wishing to find a crib that will suit their growing child through all stages, from newborn to toddler and beyond.
Delta Children Geneva 4-in-1 Convertible Crib Review
This crib converts to a toddler bed, daybed, and full size bed, meaning an easy transition for your child when they are ready for a bigger bed. As some children become attached to their cribs and find changing difficult, this is a great option that will also save you money in the long run.
The Geneva 4-in-1 crib’s design will appeal to parents with both modern and traditional tastes, and is available in 3 beautiful colors that will complement your nursery; it comes in grey, white and dark chocolate. As convertible cribs are built to also accommodate full size mattresses, they are usually larger than traditional cribs.
The assembled dimensions are 55.75 x 41.75 x 30.25, so make sure you have enough space if you intend to use the crib next to your own bed in the early stages of babyhood.
The crib assembly is straightforward and the instructions are easy to follow, which means you won’t have to waste time trying to decipher a manual that seems to be written in a foreign language. Knowing how to adapt the crib into 4 different kinds of bed can seem a bit confusing, but Delta Children have ensured the transition is smooth and simple.
To convert the crib to a toddler bed, all you have to do is remove the front railing and attach the toddler guardrail (which is sold separately). It is also easy to adapt the crib into a stylish daybed by using the bed rail which is included in the package. Finally, by removing the side rails and attaching the conversion rail (which isn’t included but is easy to purchase), it converts to a full size bed that you will be able to use for many years to come.
Some parents are put off by the extra accessories needed to adapt the crib to accommodate a growing child, but an earlier investment upfront will end up being cheaper in the long run, and make your child’s transition to a bigger bed much easier.
One of the main things parents look for in a crib is safety. The fact that convertible cribs don’t have a drop-side means they are safer for your child; drop-side cribs have an increased danger of suffocation due to the possibility of a gap forming between the mattress and part of the drop side. You don’t need to worry whether you will be tall enough to reach down to your baby though, as the crib’s lower front rail means you will still have easy access to your little one.
The mattress has 3 different height adjustment levels to make sure your growing baby is always at a safe height, and the lowest level will allow your toddler to get in and out of bed easily once they are older (you will need to buy the mattress separately.)
Although easy to overlook, it’s important to check that non-toxic materials and lead-free paint have been used on any cribs you may be considering. The Delta Children Geneva is JPMA and ASTM certified, which means it has gone through rigorous testing to ensure it not only meets industry standards but goes above and beyond.
The Geneva 4-in-1 is a safe, affordable, high quality crib that will perfectly adapt to your growing child, and is a smart choice that will complement your child’s nursery. All Delta Children products are strong, sturdy, and built to withstand the high amount of wear and tear of daily life with children (although you may find the odd bite mark here and there if your child is using the crib as a teething toy, which so many kids seem to love to do!)
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