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NettoCollection Introduces CUB 2.0

11/05/2008 at 01:00 PM ET
CUB 2.0Sleeper


NettoCollection, one of the forefathers of the modern nursery, has expanded its line to include CUB 2.0. Established over two years ago, CUB was the first to introduce amodern designed crib at a more affordable price point and with the introduction of CUB 2.0, thecompany draws from the same sensibility, while drawing inspiration, styling and color palette from itspredecessor, NettoCollection. Naomi Watts, Rachel Weisz, and Jack Black‘s kids have Netto nurseries.

Bridging the gap between the Netto line and the original CubKids line, Cub 2.0 includes the Sleeper, a crib that can be turned into a toddler bed with the purchase of the conversion kit ($290), and the Changer, a changing table, both $890.The Station features easy-to-access open storage for all the baby essentials as well as two additional drawers of concealedstorage below. The CUB 2.0 Sleeper converts, uniquely, in two stages – to a one-sided open daybedand a toddler bed.

The entire line is available at specialty retailers and Giggle.com.

CUB 2.0 Changer



CUB 2.0 Sleeper with conversion kit


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