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South Shore Furniture, Changing Table, Pure White

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South Shore Furniture, Changing Table, Pure White

  • Safe corners
  • 3 open cases for convenient storage
  • This item is made of composite wood panels that carry the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) certification
  • 5 year warranty
  • Assembly required

This elegant changing table features fresh clean lines to highlight your baby’s bedroom decor. Bring character to your baby’s room with this unique “plank effect” door chest. Goes beautifully with other South Shore Pure White-finish items. 3580330 Features: Manufactured from engineered-wood products 2 Drawers Safe corners Wooden knobs Plank effect Decorative kick-plate 3 Open cases for convenient storage Guards on top with rounded safety shapes Space between the top and the back panel for the mattress straps Innovative drawer Smart Glides with lifetime warranty Child-friendly safety catches on drawer glides 5-Year manufacturer limited warranty Assembly required Finish: Pure White Dimensions: 35″(W) x 20″(D) x 37″(H) Item Weight: Approximately 82 lbs. UPC Code: 066311026948

List Price: $ 169.98

Price: $ 140.35

  1. Mr Dad Guy "Mr Dad Guy" Said,
    30 of 30 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Excellent value for the price!, January 23, 2009
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    This review is from: South Shore Furniture, Changing Table, Pure White (Baby Product)

    When our son was born we had a Jenny Lind changing table (search for ASIN B000FTD1HA, the oak color) that had been given to us fully assembled but unused by the original owners. It wasn’t bad, but never impressed me as being very sturdy. Our son is a big kid (born 10 lbs 12.2oz!) and changing him sometimes turns into a wrestling match, until finally a few weeks ago the entire top shelf of the changing table collapsed! Wood split and splintered, no way to repair, utter disaster. Looked like the Titanic, after hitting the bottom of the Atlantic.

    So, after a lot of research, visits to every store that carried anything that could even be adapted for use as a changing table, we finally found and settled on this particular one on Amazon. We needed something that could be used after he outgrew the need for a changing table, not to mention something sturdy enough to hold up to some wear and tear while he’s still being changed on it. But most of all, we had a very tight budget to work with. Most dresser-type changing tables seem to run well north of $200, pretty well out of our limited reach. Granted, this one isn’t quite a full dresser configuration, what with the pockets above the drawers, but it still seemed sturdy enough to fit the bill for today, and practical enough for his use when he gets older (we also have a full size separate dresser for his clothes).

    As someone else pointed out, the packaging this is delivered in was pretty substantial and seemed well designed to protect it from having corners and ends crushed in shipping. And as someone else noted, there *are* a lot of parts in that box once you get it open. But the wooden parts are all numbered and marked, and the small parts (screws and nails and such) are pretty distinct and obvious in the instructions. The first few steps of assembly were a little time consuming finding various parts and pieces where I’d sorted them to, but after a little bit things started coming together nicely. I’m no expert at this stuff, but a little hammer and screwdriver work and some patience was all it took to follow the instructions to completion.

    Fully assembled this is a very nice piece of furniture. It looks nice, the drawers (although small) track smoothly -unlike drawers for most dressers and such in this price range- and the height is great for tallish folks like my wife and I. My only worry, and the only real reason I took off a star, is that there’s a lot of particleboard here, which is worrisome for long-term durability. The top board seems to be solid wood though, and I’ll post updates here if the situation changes.

    Overall though, this is a nice looking, easy to build, and practical changing table. You may be able to find better tables out there, but if you have a limited budget this seems to be the best deal around for your dollars.

    Updated 4/02/10:

    It’s been over a year since we got this changing table, and our son is now into potty training so it isn’t seeing nearly as much use as it was back then. It’s still in great shape though- the drawers still track smooth and true, the particleboard hasn’t split or shown any other signs of damage, and the paint is even still in good shape. Overall it’s held up excellently, and if we have another kid I expect it will continue to serve us well. My one and only complaint is that those pockets between the drawers and the table top make for really good footholds for our son to climb up, but honestly our kid is part mountain goat anyways, so I think he’d find something to work with regardless. All in all, this is still an excellent buy and absolutely worth a score upgrade to 5 stars.

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  2. Alex Kah "ack" Said,
    3 of 3 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great Price, Great Product, Very Functional and Nice Looking, December 10, 2008
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    Alex Kah “ack” (Louisville, KY United States) –

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    My wife and I picked this changing table out for the newest addition to our family. With the new baby coming I have been putting what seems like a million items together in the past couple of months so when I opened the package this changing table came in I was pretty disappointed at first because it seemed as though there were hundreds of parts. In reality there are a lot of parts however they are numbered properly and the instructions make putting this changing table together an easy task. Once put together I called my wife into the room and she was really excited. This item is what I would consider high quality for a piece of furniture ordered online. Obviously there are more expensive options that come put together however this changing table is well designed and offers a great amount of storage in what we consider very functional for a changing table.

    One other item I would like to note is the packaging the changing table came in was perfect in the sense that it could have been dropped off the back of the delivery truck nuerous times without damaging the pieces of the changing table. Sometimes when ordering furniture online you will receive products with chips in the wood or missing parts but that is not the case with this product.

    I would highly recommend this changing table to families looking for a changing table in this price range.

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  3. cotton Said,
    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    dont buy it!!!, August 18, 2010
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    cotton

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    i bought this changing table because we both like the style very much and it matches the crib. but Lord IT IS PAINFUL TO PUT IT TOGETHER, dont understand why they have all the little tools so complicated and there are sooo many… and the quality of the changing table its just crap!!! i can use my fingers to loose some nails right after put them in… not worth the money at all!!!! dont buy it!!! same price range, you should go to Ikea, at least theirs are easy to install. and FedEx sent it to the wrong person on the lower floor, we have to wait for several more days to get it from them. happened many time with FedEx already!!! always use DHL or UPS!!!! FedEx sucks!!!! so bad quality and bad deliver company, BIG NO NO TO THIS PRODUCT!!!

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