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Our very own Harper crib is everything we think baby furniture should be — from its quality construction to its clean, classic lines that fit every decor style. Perfect for parents on a budget, the Harper was manufactured by Troll Nursery and designed with amazing value and long-term durability in mind. It's made from a combo of solid birch and birch plywood, can be converted into a toddler bed (with the purchase of our optional conversion kit), and is eco-responsible, containing non-toxic and low-VOC finishes.
Why it's a giggle pick With the Harper, we tried our best to take everything parents look for in a crib and pour it into one amazing piece of furniture, that blends together responsible manufacturing, sleek design, and impressive versatility. (You're welcome.)
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Meets the following giggle Criteria:
best basics
multi-use
healthy
innovative
travel-friendly
space-saving
responsible
  • Material

    --European crafted solid birch and low-emission engineered wood.
    --Low-VOC, non-toxic, water-based finishes.
  • Dimensions
    53.8" L x 29.6" W x 33.4" H
  • Weight
    75 lbs.
  • Age
    Newborn & Up
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Are there any conversion options for this crib that do not require the conversion kit...for example, is it possible to convert it to a toddler bed (without guards) by just taking off one side of the crib? Thanks!
3 years, 2 months ago
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The only safe conversion option for the Harper crib does require the toddler bed conversion kit. The kit is critical to maintaining the structural integrity of the crib when used as a toddler bed.
3 years, 2 months ago
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Could you tell me the distance between the floor and the lowest rail of the crib? I am wondering whether there is enough space to slide some low baskets underneath...thanks!
3 years, 2 months ago
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It's a little less than 6 inches, so it's pretty short at the lowest part of the rail. There is more room under the rail for storage, but not necessarily for pulling something in and out given the low point of the rail. Hope this helps!
3 years, 2 months ago
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safety

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Does this crib meet the Consumer Product Safety Commission's new (released 12/16) safety standards?
3 years, 3 months ago
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Like every crib manufacturer that sells cribs in the United States, we are reviewing very closely the CPSC’s newly approved (but not yet effective) standard. Because our Harper Crib meets and exceeds global standards (and has been tested accordingly) that include but go beyond the traditional US (ASTM) volunteer standards, we are confident that it does. However, because the new standard defines new standards for things like placement of labels (location on the crib) the Harper and every other crib we sell will go through new testing to ensure compliance during the transition in between between January 1st and June.
3 years, 3 months ago
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JPMA certified?

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Is the Harper Crib JPMA certified?
3 years, 4 months ago
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Our Harper crib has been independently tested to meet and exceed all US and European safety standards applicable for cribs. Although we work closely with the JPMA and appreciate the hard work that they are trying to do on behalf of juvenile manufacturers in our industry today, after evaluating the costs of this additional certification we have decided at this time to not pursue JPMA certification in order to keep our high quality crib a budget-friendly option for more consumers. As you know, JPMA certification confirms that a product meets all of the US standards. We use the same independent testing labs as the JPMA and have independently tested with third party certification that the Harper meets all such standards and stand behind that certification. Moreover, we have invested additional testing dollars to ensure that the Harper meets not only US but also European manufacturing standards for cribs.
3 years, 4 months ago
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How difficult is this crib to assemble? Is this something we can do ourselves? Also, would this crib accomodate a standard mattress such as Colgate II? Thanks!
3 years, 6 months ago
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The Harper Crib is a standard US sized crib, therefore it will accommodate a standard sized mattress, like the Colgate II. Moreover, with only 4 pieces plus the base, we take pride in how easy this crib is to assemble!
3 years, 6 months ago
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For infant?

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The crib has three height settings, does this mean that it can be used safely as a bassinet-like bed for a newborn/infant?
3 years, 6 months ago
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The Harper Crib and most standard-sized cribs have three or four mattress height settings. The idea is to keep it higher at first, so it's easier to reach into, then lower it as your baby becomes more mobile, to keep them from jumping or climbing out.

Bassinets are really only an option for newborns and infants. Depending on the size of your baby, it will only be useful for three to six months. Cribs can safely be used from day one, and most children stay in a crib until sometime after their second birthday.
3 years, 6 months ago
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Where is the crib and parts are manufactured and assembled?
3 years, 6 months ago
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The Harper Crib is manufactured in Latvia. Assembly of all cribs is upon delivery in-home to our customers. Parts, like with all cribs on the market, are sourced globally. All elements of this crib meet and exceed US and European standards.
3 years, 6 months ago
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Certified?

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Is this crib certified by the JPMA?
3 years, 7 months ago
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Our Harper crib has been independently tested to meet and exceed all US and European safety standards applicable for cribs. Although we work closely with the JPMA and appreciate the hard work that they are trying to do on behalf of juvenile manufacturers in our industry today, after evaluating the costs of this additional certification we have decided at this time to not pursue JPMA certification in order to keep our high quality crib a budget-friendly option for more consumers. As you know, JPMA certification confirms that a product meets all of the US standards. We use the same independent testing labs as the JPMA and have independently tested with third party certification that the Harper meets all such standards and stand behind that certification. Moreover, we have invested additional testing dollars to ensure that the Harper meets not only US but also European manufacturing standards for cribs.
3 years, 7 months ago
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(38 Questions : 39 Answers)

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1 answer

Conversion options

Q: 
Are there any conversion options for this crib that do not require the conversion kit...for example, is it possible to convert it to a toddler bed (without guards) by just taking off one side of the crib? Thanks!
3 years, 2 months ago
Posted by
Anonymous
 (Pasadena, CA)
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Staff Answer
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The only safe conversion option for the Harper crib does require the toddler bed conversion kit. The kit is critical to maintaining the structural integrity of the crib when used as a toddler bed.
3 years, 2 months ago
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1 answer

Under-crib space

Q: 
Could you tell me the distance between the floor and the lowest rail of the crib? I am wondering whether there is enough space to slide some low baskets underneath...thanks!
3 years, 2 months ago
Posted by
Anonymous
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Staff Answer
A: 
It's a little less than 6 inches, so it's pretty short at the lowest part of the rail. There is more room under the rail for storage, but not necessarily for pulling something in and out given the low point of the rail. Hope this helps!
3 years, 2 months ago
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1 answer

safety

Q: 
Does this crib meet the Consumer Product Safety Commission's new (released 12/16) safety standards?
3 years, 3 months ago
Posted by
Anonymous
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Staff Answer
A: 
Like every crib manufacturer that sells cribs in the United States, we are reviewing very closely the CPSC’s newly approved (but not yet effective) standard. Because our Harper Crib meets and exceeds global standards (and has been tested accordingly) that include but go beyond the traditional US (ASTM) volunteer standards, we are confident that it does. However, because the new standard defines new standards for things like placement of labels (location on the crib) the Harper and every other crib we sell will go through new testing to ensure compliance during the transition in between between January 1st and June.
3 years, 3 months ago
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1 answer

JPMA certified?

Q: 
Is the Harper Crib JPMA certified?
3 years, 4 months ago
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Anonymous
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Staff Answer
A: 
Our Harper crib has been independently tested to meet and exceed all US and European safety standards applicable for cribs. Although we work closely with the JPMA and appreciate the hard work that they are trying to do on behalf of juvenile manufacturers in our industry today, after evaluating the costs of this additional certification we have decided at this time to not pursue JPMA certification in order to keep our high quality crib a budget-friendly option for more consumers. As you know, JPMA certification confirms that a product meets all of the US standards. We use the same independent testing labs as the JPMA and have independently tested with third party certification that the Harper meets all such standards and stand behind that certification. Moreover, we have invested additional testing dollars to ensure that the Harper meets not only US but also European manufacturing standards for cribs.
3 years, 4 months ago
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How difficult is this crib to assemble? Is this something we can do ourselves? Also, would this crib accomodate a standard mattress such as Colgate II? Thanks!
3 years, 6 months ago
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Anonymous
 (DC)
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Staff Answer
A: 
The Harper Crib is a standard US sized crib, therefore it will accommodate a standard sized mattress, like the Colgate II. Moreover, with only 4 pieces plus the base, we take pride in how easy this crib is to assemble!
3 years, 6 months ago
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1 answer

For infant?

Q: 
The crib has three height settings, does this mean that it can be used safely as a bassinet-like bed for a newborn/infant?
3 years, 6 months ago
Posted by
 (Albuquerque, NM)
Read all my Q&A (read all my Q&A)
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Staff Answer
A: 
The Harper Crib and most standard-sized cribs have three or four mattress height settings. The idea is to keep it higher at first, so it's easier to reach into, then lower it as your baby becomes more mobile, to keep them from jumping or climbing out.

Bassinets are really only an option for newborns and infants. Depending on the size of your baby, it will only be useful for three to six months. Cribs can safely be used from day one, and most children stay in a crib until sometime after their second birthday.
3 years, 6 months ago
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Where is the crib and parts are manufactured and assembled?
3 years, 6 months ago
Posted by
Anonymous
 (San Francisco, CA)
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Staff Answer
A: 
The Harper Crib is manufactured in Latvia. Assembly of all cribs is upon delivery in-home to our customers. Parts, like with all cribs on the market, are sourced globally. All elements of this crib meet and exceed US and European standards.
3 years, 6 months ago
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0
 
1 answer

Certified?

Q: 
Is this crib certified by the JPMA?
3 years, 7 months ago
Posted by
Anonymous
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0

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Staff Answer
A: 
Our Harper crib has been independently tested to meet and exceed all US and European safety standards applicable for cribs. Although we work closely with the JPMA and appreciate the hard work that they are trying to do on behalf of juvenile manufacturers in our industry today, after evaluating the costs of this additional certification we have decided at this time to not pursue JPMA certification in order to keep our high quality crib a budget-friendly option for more consumers. As you know, JPMA certification confirms that a product meets all of the US standards. We use the same independent testing labs as the JPMA and have independently tested with third party certification that the Harper meets all such standards and stand behind that certification. Moreover, we have invested additional testing dollars to ensure that the Harper meets not only US but also European manufacturing standards for cribs.
3 years, 7 months ago
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