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Baby Cubby Review

To help you find the Best Baby Cribs, TopConsumerReviews.com provides you with an in-depth Baby Cubby Review.

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Get Your Baby Crib at Wayfair Today! An essential item for a baby nursery is a crib. But with so many brands and styles to choose from, selecting the best crib can be an overwhelming experience. Do you choose the affordable crib? Or should you purchase the more popular brand?

What should be a fun shopping adventure, can quickly become more complicated than anyone deserves. Whether you are a parent, a friend, or a relative looking for a gift, finding the right crib requires planning.

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2 stars
Baby Cubby

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Cost:

Prices start at $260

Return Policy:

30-day policy for unused items

The Baby Cubby offers "the best of everything baby", from gear to clothes and more. Their goal is to help parents feel special and supported every step of the way, and to provide a shopping experience that is fun, relaxing, and helpful.

Baby Cubby has an extremely small selection of cribs: three brands and five total models to choose from, ranging in price from $260 to $829. If you'd like to save some money, keep an eye out for any pop-ups that appear on the screen: at the time of our review, there was an offer of a 10% discount for signing up for the Baby Cubby email newsletter. And, if one of the five cribs they offer is being sold at a lower price somewhere else, you can request a price match either before or after you place your order on Baby Cubby.

Baby Cubby's return policy is average: unopened, unused items can be returned within 30 days of purchase and require a Return Merchandise Authorization (RMA) number obtained by calling the customer service number.

We found several typos on the Baby Cubby site, leading us to wonder about the professionalism of the business. For example, the return policy page references Seven Seas Aquariums - which has nothing to do with baby products. That page, along with a few others, also had missing words and punctuation as if it had been copied and pasted from another website. Also, the phone number listed for Baby Cubby's customer service was tied to a pet store and fishing nets business in Utah, further leaving us with questions as to the reputability of the retailer.

On a more positive note, however, the comments on the Baby Cubby Facebook page are extremely satisfied with both the Baby Cubby website and their retail location (which does happen to be in Utah); shoppers praise their customer service, variety of baby products, and overall shopping experience.

When it comes to baby cribs, most customers are likely to find what they're looking for with one of the better-stocked retailers in our review. In the future, we'd love to see Baby Cubby offer a wider range of cribs in both brand and price, and to fix some of the question marks with respect to their website.

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Understanding some key criteria will help you when making your decision. In today's market, you will find the following types of cribs:

  • Standard: Cribs with no additional features aside from meeting federal regulations.
  • Sleigh: Cribs sporting a more stylish design
  • Convertible: Cribs that convert into toddler or twin beds
  • Round: Cribs built in an oval or circle shape
  • Mini-crib: Cribs for smaller spaces
  • Portable: Cribs especially made for families who travel

There are other features to consider when searching for a crib. Some of these include the following:

  • Price
  • Age
  • Quality
  • Brand
  • Style and design
  • Size

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