5 Safe and Stylish Travel Cribs

For trips to Grandma's or family vacations, it's nice to have a travel crib. These new models take up less space than a hotel crib, could be safer than your relative's hand-me-down, and may have uses back home too.

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Soft Spot

Lillebaby's EuroTote unfolds to become a travel bed; also use it as a stroller cover or a European-style carrier ($120; lillebaby.com).

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Meet the Play Yard

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Great Outdoors

Phil & Teds' T2 Travel Cot is a nifty little pop-up crib and also an outdoor playpen with a UV shade cover ($150; philandteds.com).

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Full of Hot Air

An instant lightweight crib! BTVco's AirCrib mattress self-inflates; blow or use a hand pump to fill the rest ($100; aircrib.com).

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Korbie's All-in-One Baby Bag changes from a diaper bag to a bassinet to a changing table, making outings much easier ($150; korbie.com).

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In a Jiffy

Baby Bjorn's Travel Crib Light unfolds in less than a minute, is machine washable, and weighs only 11 pounds ($250; babybjorn.com).

Copyright © 2008. Used with permission from the May 2008 issue of American Baby magazine.

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