reCrib.com: An Online Marketplace to Buy and Sell Baby and Kids Gear

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A Morigeau Lepine Crib as listed on reCrib.com

A Morigeau Lepine Crib as listed on reCrib.com

When you became a parent all of sudden there is tons of stuff that you need. From clothes to strollers to baby carriers, a lot of these items have a limited shelf-life depending on your child's age. Husband-and-wife-team Daniel and Michelle Lehmann, parents of two kids, know all about this familiar scenerio and created reCrib, a website for people to buy and sell the best, gently used baby and kids gear.

Lehmann, who is also the former founder of the home design store clio stated, "the site is great for parents who want to declutter and recoup the costs of the gear their kids no longer use - and also great for parents who want to buy the best brands for their kids but at a steep discount." Since no items are throw out this site is also a great for the environment since you are recycling gently used and useful items.

This nationwide site was specifically created for parents of little ones where you can find the must-have cribs, beds, changing tables, dressers, strollers, highchairs, car seats, bouncy seats, riding toys and more. As Lehmann stated, "reCrib.com is for people who want the highest quality – design and brands – for their kids, at the best value, and for those who want to sell the items they no longer use." Some brands on reCrib include the Netto Collection, Bugaboo, DwellStudio, Oeuf, Maclaren, Stokke, Graco, Peg Perego and more.

The site is also very user-friendly and currently free to post. Simply upload photos of your merchandise and provide basic information. Buyers simply search or browse through the site to find the items they are looking for. Once an item is selected, reCrib connects the buyer with the seller - making is so easy to recycle your old gear, regain your costs and reclaim your space.

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