Bloom Alma Papa
The Bloom Alma Papa Crib has modern lines, with open slats on all four sides to maximize air flow around the baby. The crib mattress can be adjusted to two heights to accommodate newborns as well as older infants. The bed rail converts the crib into a toddler or day bed, to accommodate children up to 4 years old. The Bloom Alma Papa has casters, to allow for mobility, and it can be folded up when not in use. A storage bag can be purchased separately.
Next to the Classic Round Finial, the Bloom Alma Papa is one of the most expensive, and by far the heaviest, of the cribs in our Top 10 Review list. This crib weighs a whopping 85.8 pounds, and sells online for $689 to $700.
- 49 inches x 35.75 inches x 25.5 inches
The crib is formaldehyde free.
Consumers report it is easy to assemble and can be put together in just a few minutes.
The Bloom Alma Papa is equipped with wheels, and it can be folded up without having to remove any nuts, bolts or screws.
The big drawback is the $700 price tag.
The Bloom Alma Papa hit the market a few months ago, and not much is known about the safety of this crib. Advertisements say it is “manufactured to conform to globally recognized safety standards and norms,” but there is no JPMA approval listed.
|Valerie Baldowski is passionate about writing about everything from childrens safety and juvenile products to gardening tools. She is the mother of a high energy 8 year old child so she is accustomed to researching childrens products and services. Her writing and researching began at an early age… See more about Valerie|