With its “one push open, one pull close” functionality, this thoughtfully designed combination playard, bassinet, and flip changer is the ultimate in flexibility when it comes to baby care.
The 4moms® Breeze® Plus baby playard with bassinet and changer is an all-in-one care station that adapts to your baby’s needs throughout the day and over the first few years. It gracefully opens and closes with a single motion. And unlike other baby playards, it fulfills its promise of true one-handed set-up!
Because the Breeze Plus portable playard with bassinet and changing table consolidates much of your baby’s essential care into one portable place, it will become the one piece of baby gear you can’t live without. The bassinet offers a comfortable spot where baby can rest. Use the convenient flip changer for quick diapering and clothing changes. As your baby grows and is on the move, simply take out the bassinet from the playard to provide a safe space for relaxing and playing. The bassinet can be enjoyed from birth to 8kg, the flip changer up to 11kg, and the durable playard until 13kg. When not in use, conveniently tuck it away in the included travel bag.
*4moms does not support the use of any third party accessories, as they have not been tested by 4moms and could pose a potential safety risk. Only use accessories manufactured and sold directly by 4moms.
One push open, one pull close
Easy, one-handed setup and take down
Includes detachable flip changer & removable bassinet
All-in-one care station that grows with baby
Water-resistant 2-in-1 mattress
Streamlined, airy design provides clear views of your little one
Fabric care Bassinet, changer & playard mattress are easy to clean with a damp cloth
Warranty 1 year warranty
Assembly & Disassembly
Playards are hard to use. The breeze plus is easy. It opens or closes in just one step. Just push down on the central hub to open and pull up to close - the latches are automatic and there’s no tricky sequence of steps.
Tip: If you have plush carpet and the breeze plus is sticking on the open, try spreading apart the four corners a bit up top and then push down on the central hub.