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Thread: Crib. Where to get one?

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    Question Crib. Where to get one?

    Sorry I KNOW some one must have asked this 100 times
    so feel free to redirect me.... so any way... what are my options
    for pre-built adult cribs.

    This is what I know...
    I know trash bear is not an option at this
    time (he is not taking any orders at this time)
    and after looking on line for hrs it seems
    babyapparels.com is the only game in town.
    Are there really no other alternatives?

    I am looking at pre-built cribs because
    I have not a lick of wood work experience.
    Also I live in an apartment so I don't have a work shop
    so if I am forced to build it myself it will have to be done
    with hand tools.

    I almost don't care what the cost is,
    I can afford to spoil myself a little and besides
    I have been trying to get a crib for a year now and
    I am about to just nail something together that looks
    like a 4 year old did it.

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    Thrash bear had a friend that made stuff too ask him if he can point you to some one.
    Its been a long time but he had a partner in Pittsburgh at one time .

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    Right now i'm in same boat your in too with only having the one option for a adult crib and I wish there was more custom builder in the USA who does them.

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    There are a lot of adult sized cribs that are made for people with special needs. just go to google and type in special needs crib. the one i would really like to have is the crib bed CribBed.com - Safer sleeping for people with special needs

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    Here is another place if you have lots of money (or insurance that will pay for it).

    SleepSafer High Bed - Articulated & HI-LO | Beds & Sleeping | e-Special Needs

    Click on the smaller pics and you will see that this will fit an adult (it is available either as twin size or full size mattress). I think the twin size would be better because you could get one of the plastic covered hospital mattresses so it would be more like a real crib.

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnpez View Post
    There are a lot of adult sized cribs that are made for people with special needs. just go to google and type in special needs crib. the one i would really like to have is the crib bed CribBed.com - Safer sleeping for people with special needs
    I like the bed in your link vary much.
    One of the best I have seen of this sort of bed.

    With some Tibetan tapestry's or something of the sort
    I just might be able to pass it off as an expensive daybed.
    I wonder how high the rails are.
    Thanks.




    Quote Originally Posted by babygary View Post
    Here is another place if you have lots of money (or insurance that will pay for it).

    SleepSafer High Bed - Articulated & HI-LO | Beds & Sleeping | e-Special Needs

    Click on the smaller pics and you will see that this will fit an adult (it is available either as twin size or full size mattress). I think the twin size would be better because you could get one of the plastic covered hospital mattresses so it would be more like a real crib.

    I like this one too. But I wonder if one could get it with out the
    plexiglass looking walls. Thank you for your input. Much appreciated.



    Quote Originally Posted by Poohbearboy View Post
    Right now i'm in same boat your in too with only having the one option for a adult crib and I wish there was more custom builder in the USA who does them.
    Some one on here adisc came up with this link.
    Willkommen bei KayserBetten - Pflegebetten für Kinder
    I didn't see any there that I fell in love with
    although there where some I did like vary much.
    Last edited by ShellyBelly; 09-Jan-2013 at 17:56. Reason: QUOTE mistake

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    If your going be look at special need bed to buy you are talking about some serious money way over what normal AB furniture sale for.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Poohbearboy View Post
    If your going be look at special need bed to buy you are talking about some serious money way over what normal AB furniture sale for.
    I have about a 4K maximum budget for a crib and high chair.
    I was willing to spend that much with Trash Bear last year but
    he sadly stopped taking orders.



    Quote Originally Posted by Babyboyuk21 View Post
    Found this site http://www.babyapparels.com/baby_furniture.htm they did baby stuff for a csi episode once it says
    Thankyou for reminding me.
    Well it look like babyapparels is the only game here in the states
    for a crib out side of the special needs beds.



    OK so far there is...
    http://www.babyapparels.com/baby_furniture.htm
    and then there the spacial needs beds...
    http://cribbed.com/mission_style_hos...eeds/home.html
    http://www.especialneeds.com/adaptiv...ted-hi-lo.html
    http://www.kayserbetten.de/site/
    Well that nerows it down a bit.

    LOL I never thought wood working class would come in handy
    but now that I want a adult sized crib, giant rocking chair, and a
    giant high chair I wish I had taking at least a little wood shop.
    Last edited by ShellyBelly; 09-Jan-2013 at 18:15. Reason: fixing a link

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