Delta Canton 4-in-1 Convertible Crib, Espresso Cherry

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The Canton Crib is the ultimate in both style and functionality when it comes to cribs. With it’s gorgeous finish and impeccable design, its sure to become a focal point in your home for years to come. This beautiful crib converts easily to a toddler bed, day bed and full size bed with headboard so its not only stylish it’s functional and economic. The crib features a 3 position mattress support so your little one sleeps in ultimate comfort and is built of solid hardwoods with a non drop side design for the ultimate in safety. This crib is JPMA/ASTM certified and contains no lead. Some assembly is required (tools included).

  • Classic Convertible Crib Converts to a daybed, full size bed, toddler bed
  • 3 Position mattress support
  • Nontoxic finish; Meets JPMA certified safety rating
  • Fits standard crib mattress
  • Solid wood design

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  1. 59 of 59 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Solid piece of furniture that will last your child years., May 20, 2009
    K. Canfield

    The 4 in 1 design is actually three configurations with the daybed and toddler bed being the same setup. This design has been around for years but was new to me. I am more familiar with the “jail cell” like cribs designed in the early to mid 1970′s and was pleasantly surprised to find this for our son.

    The piece is made from solid hardwood with a cherry finish, no MDF or particle board, and after a few years use, if it gets scratched up, then refinishing the wood would not be a major project. The crib mattress support is metal tubing that appears to have a hard rust preventative finish.

    The design is solid and would take an adult making an effort to tip it, even in the daybed configuration. Yet it does not weigh so much that one person can not move it around, by sliding it, to vacuum or clean the carpet.

    I only noticed three items I can criticize:

    The counter sunk screws used to assemble the crib did not come with wood plugs to cover the screw heads, although flush or button plugs can be purchased at most hardware stores and stained to match. I do not recommend flush fitting ones since they will need to be removed later.

    The hex key wrench that was supplied with the assembly hardware does not fit within all spots; the use of a standard hex key with a short side is required.

    The sideboards needed for converting it into the full sized bed is sold separately; however, most metal bed frames will allow enough play in the end mounts that the sideboards would not be required; provided it has mounts at both the head and foot. Also if a bed skirt is used the sideboards would not normally show, so they could be considered optional.

    This is an excellent buy for the price.

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  2. 41 of 44 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Beautiful crib with a few dents, December 2, 2010

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    This review is from: Delta Canton 4-in-1 Convertible Crib, Espresso Cherry (Baby Product)

    I love almost everything about this crib. Be warned if you order the “Espresso” color. My husband is a cabinet maker and when I asked him what color he would call it, he said “dark cherry”. It’s not the dark brown I was expecting but it’s still beautiful. Luckily, this was the first piece of furniture we bought so we can buy everything to match this (in a dark cherry). My (professional) hubby also commented that it seemed like good material with a very sturdy build. I am 5’2 and although our little one is not yet here I can tell that this will be easy for me to reach into. The only negative thing I can say about the crib is that it came with some dents. They aren’t very noticeable but it was a little disappointing since it’s brand new. Only a couple are visible now that it is put together. I wonder, though, how much damage a baby will do to the crib’s finish. Despite the dents, I will recommend it if the color will match your other furniture. FYI: It came with the hardware to change to a toddler bed which is a plus.

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  3. Richmond Hicks :
    27 of 28 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Pictures a bit deceptive, January 11, 2012
    Richmond Hicks (Cambridge, MA, US) –

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    Overall I like the crib and believe it is a good value. It arrived earlier than predicted and was not too difficult to assemble (assuming you are reasonably handy) and seems to be well constructed. I also ran into a problem mentioned by several other reviewers – that one of the pieces arrived damaged. Unlike their experience, I was able to call the manufacturer who agreed to send me a replacement component at no charge. Here are my warnings about the product:
    1) Pictures are not accurate and have been altered. They do not show visible hardware which was something I liked in the product (and why I bought it over a similarly priced crib from another company.) On the real crib the hardware is visible on the front and sides of the crib which was a disappointment. I plan to purchase, stain and install cover plugs like another reviewer mentioned, but the clearance holes are not standard sizes and there are two different sizes – the holes on the front are larger than the holes on the side. My expectations about hidden hardware may not have been reasonable, but I am quite disappointed that the pictures are not accurate.
    2) The pieces are not interchangeable and are not labeled. You have to deduce which leg is the front/back and left/right by closely inspecting the clearance holes. It is possible but you have to be careful and patient (and even then I had to reassemble the sides when I realized there was a difference between the left and right side pieces). Delta could save us a lot of hassle by adding a few labels.
    3) More of a tip than a complaint – the instructions come in an envelop that is tie wrapped to the mattress support. Don’t be too hasty about cutting the tie wraps. The envelop does not interfere with the assembly or use of the crib and having it tie wrapped to the crib gives you a handy place to store instructions and spare hardware until it is time to convert it to the toddler bed.

    Hope this helps!

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