I really wanted this to work. We live in a one bedroom and didn't have room to buy a changing table. We love the alma mini crib so we thought this was a good option. It is huge and very heavy. I can't leave it on the crib 24/7 so instead I will have to take it on and off with each use. Considering it's size, weight, and the fact I will be changing 8-10 diapers a day this seems horribly impractical. I am surprised a company that made the alma crib would make something so bulky. Also, I have no idea where I will store it when it is not in use because it is so big. We are thinking of returning it and just doing without a changing space and using waterproof pads instead. Very disappointed!!!!!
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Review 2 for bloom Change Tray
Location:los angeles, ca
Age:26 - 35
Date:December 1, 2010
Excited to use, but not waterproof
I haven't technically used this yet, so I can't comment on how it works with my crib (I bought it to go on my Argington Bam since it's universal and the measurements seem to work and the crib is still in it's bassinet stage so it's sitting on top of a dresser for now - baby is due in 5 weeks) - My only complaint so far is that once you remove the cover it comes with, the pad itself is covered in fabric that is not removable. So if you use this without an additional waterproof pad, you'll ruin it. I may just stick a piece of thin plastic under the removable cover to protect the pad. It's the most expensive change tray on the market I think, so I don't want to buy more accessories for it.
Response from giggle:By lauraf, cs, December 2, 2010
Please note, this changing tray from bloom was designed to fit securely on top of the Alma Crib, Luxo Crib, or Luxo Dresser by bloom. The Changing Tray was not, however, designed to fit over any other items, including the Argington Bam Crib.