View Single Post
Old 05-12-2013, 04:58 PM   #22
jamie714's Avatar
jamie714
Registered Users
seller
 
Join Date: May 2010
Location: Arizona
Posts: 1,124
Quote:
Originally Posted by badmisterkitty
I, too, use a drop side crib now and in the past. I cannot figure out how it would move or break or detach or anything like that. It just doesn't make sense as I sit and stare at it looking for failure points. The sides slide up and down on metal rods and the dropping mechanism is underneath and requires that you manipulate it a certain way to make it drop.

I love drop side cribs. I'm tall, and even I find it hard to put a baby into the crib with the side all the way up.
Yes. Ours is like this too. This kind in not dangerous. It is the ones that are plastic for the runner that goes up and down. Ours also runs on a metal rod. I looked up its serial number and it has not been recalled.
jamie714 is offline   Reply With Quote