This crib is very sturdy, but also not too heavy so can be moved around if necessary. According to my other half, it was extremely easy to assemble too.
One of my favourite things about this crib is the fact that it can rock back and forth as well as side to side, which is useful as you can then try out what works best to soothe your baby. My first son was soothed by the back and forth motion of the crib in hospital, but hated the side to side motion of his Moses basket once we got back home. Now we have all options available for our 4 week old.
Another major plus for this crib are the fabric sides. These mean you needn't worry about your baby getting his or her arms and legs trapped in bars or banging into them during the night as they might with a wooden crib. It also saves spending extra money on a crib bumper! When my son is in this crib, I know he is completely safe at all times.
The only negative things I have to say about this crib is that Â£200 might be considered a little steep by some for a crib that their baby will outgrow in a few months. Our cot cost less and our son has used it for almost 2 years! However, if you're planning on using it for future babies it might be more worthwhile. Also, I struggled to find sheets to fit it as the mattress size is shorter and wider than most standard cribs. In the end, I made do with some pram-sized flat sheets.. these actually work really well so problem solved!
Really do love this crib so nothing more to say, other than I can't imagine it being a purchase you'd regret.
"light weight and sturdy"
The Crib looks good and is very practical. It can be moved easily from room to room and can be put in a regular cot with the enclosed attachments. My baby enjoys the relaxing motion of the crib. Also, even though the crib is light weight, the design ensures it is sturdy.
The only downside is like all cribs, it can only be used until the baby can roll over or pull herself up. However, the crib is cheaper than other cribs I have seen and is a stylish design.