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Fisher-Price Infant-To-Toddler Rocker, Blue/Green

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  • Infant-to-toddler rocker is an infant seat that converts to a toddler rocker
  • Infant mode baby is soothed with calming vibrations or mom's gentle rocking of the seat
  • Toys are mounted to the toy bar and face downward towards baby for visual stimulation with bright colors and patterns
  • Toys are unlinked from the toy bar and re-linked to the right and left of baby's grasp in addition to the crotch strap for teething
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Technical Details
Item Weight8 pounds
Product Dimensions19 x 27 x 26 inches
UPC079443300008 027084595284
Item model numberM5598
Maximum weight recommendation40 Pounds
Batteries requiredYes
  
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ASINB000WUB9O4
Best Sellers Rank #38,188 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight8.5 pounds
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Fisher-Price Infant to Toddler Rocker - Blue/Green

The Infant-to-Toddler Rocker is an infant seat that converts to a toddler rocker. In the infant mode baby is soothed with calming vibrations or mom's gentle rocking of the seat. There is a kickstand to lockout rocking for sleep or feeding. As the child grows, the seatback adjusts to a more upright position for a toddler up to 40lbs. The toys incorporate the adorable farm characters. In stage one, the toys are mounted to the toybar and face downward towards baby for visual stimulation with bright colors and patterns. In stage two, the toys are unlinked from the toybar and relinked to the right and left of baby's grasp in addition to on the crotch strap for teething and to develop baby's sense of touch. In the third stage, the toys mount back to the toybar and the seatback adjusts for baby to bat at the toys. Toy bar and 3 toys are removable.


 

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The Infant-to-Toddler Rocker is an infant seat that converts to a toddler rocker. In the infant mode baby is soothed with calming vibrations or mom's gentle rocking of the seat. There is a kickstand to lockout rocking for sleep or feeding. As the child grows, the seatback adjusts to a more upright position for a toddler up to 40lbs. The toys incorporate the adorable farm characters. In stage one, the toys are mounted to the toy bar and face downward towards baby for visual stimulation with bright colors and patterns. In stage two, the toys are unlinked from the toy bar and re-linked to the right and left of baby's grasp in addition to on the crotch strap for teething and to develop baby's sense of touch. In the third stage, the toys mount back to the toy bar and the seatback adjusts for baby to bat at the toys. Toy bar and three toys are removable.

Customer Reviews

She is now 6 months old and she still loves the chair.
KMB
My first daughter use to love this rocker so I decided to buy the same one for my new baby girl.
jxc6117
We also like that the chair can convert from a rocker to a stationary seat.
mbrasher

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

12 of 15 people found the following review helpful By halfdozeninWA on February 21, 2008
We purchased this for our 4th child. It is the first time we have not just gone with a bouncy seat. I really like it better than a bouncy seat because I don't have to worry about my older children sitting in it and totally bending the thing way out of shape. All it takes is a couple of times and a bouncy seat can be ruined. I LOVE that it only uses one D size battery.
My older children love to rock the baby and I like that you have the option to make it immobile too.
My only complaint is that the music from the umbrella toy is pretty loud and it doesn't have an OFF switch or a volume switch. That gets annoying, I don't think I will replace the batteries on it when they die. OR I may try taping it with a thick piece of Duct Tape (it just accured to me to try that). The other 2 toys attach by velcro and I like that part too because it rewards a baby who really tries to get the toy instead of just acting like a golden carrot that he can never get! The velcro is pretty sturdy it isn't easy to pull them off but it can be done. The other 2 toys also seem a little cheesy to me but my son likes them.
My baby is 7 months old now and I'm not sure how he will fit in it as a toddler. His head is already only a couple of inches from the top bar. So don't let the picture of that cute blonde toddler fool you, it shows her resting her head back but she must be petite!
All in all this is a great buy.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Jennifer L. Lucas on August 20, 2010
I was given an older version of this chair and I loved it for my daughter. Unfortunately, it broke when she was about 5 months old and I had to get a new chair. The newer one is, in my opinion, not as good as the old one. With the kickstand out, the chair reclines too far and my daughter was unhappy in it. The different back positions are barely different and it made almost no difference. We stopped using it shortly after we got it.

Now that my daughter is older (almost 2) and capable of sitting in a chair on her own, we thought we'd give the rocker another try. It's still not much good. When she backs up to it to sit down, it slides backwards across the floor and makes it very hard for her to sit. When she does manage to get into it, it still reclines too much and she quickly gets out. It would be nice if there were a smaller kickstand on the back to make it more stable.

Aside from it being of little use to us, it's kinda big and, unlike the older version we had, it doesn't fold. This makes it somewhat inconvenient to store when it's not in use or to take it on a trip. Maybe (hopefully) this chair will be of more use when we have another child and can use it from the time that child is a newborn, but I wouldn't recommend it for babies who can sit up or toddlers who want their own chair.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Mother of 3 on September 9, 2014
This is an amazing chair. I am a mom of 3 and no bouncer has come close to the design of this product. The kick stand feature tips the chair back to the perfect recline for your baby's comfort. My kids all slept in this chair during the night and I could easily move it from my room to the nursery. One child was colicy and the others were typical infants; the chair worked for all personalities. I often turned the babies slightly on their sides in the chair which seemed ideal for their comfort. Well worth the $.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Ashley on January 16, 2014
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A family member had this chair and I decided to purchase one for my daughter. I loved this chair when my daughter was a newborn. It was easy to rock her, it vibrates, and plays music. It reclines back so that I could give her a bottle and she often fell asleep in the reclined position because it was so comfortable. She is 1 now and still uses the chair. It's also great with the older kids who come to visit. They love to rock!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By SuperMom on March 19, 2013
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I purchased this chair for my four month old. There are a few things I like about the chair and a few things I don't.
Things I do like: I do like that it converts in so many ways. The kickstand comes out to make it stationary or you can put it away so it's rockable. I like to use the kickstand when I'm feeding my son. The back of the seat can rotate up or down a bit for more of a recline. The material on the seat is easy to clean. It was decently easy to put together, took me 15 minutes tops. The toys are fantastic, my son loves all of them. He likes to bat them and the umbrella toy plays music when you pull the handle. It's easy for my son to pull it. Sometimes toys require a more complicated action to make music play. This one doesn't. The other two toys are elephants. One has rings that spin around, the other has balls inside a clear plastic case that rattle. They all hang down low enough for my son to reach them. I do wish they could actually go up a bit higher as sometimes they swing back to hit him in the face.
Things I don't like: I don't like how thin the material on the chair is. There is no padding to it at all. Once I put the chair together, it is somewhat wobbly. And it's not because the screws aren't tightened. It's because the parts just don't fit together properly. It's not a deal breaker however. Just something the manufacturer could do better. There is a piece that goes underneath the seat to vibrate. I generally don't use this because it makes a high pitched squealing sound. Still not a deal breaker but something Fisher Price should fix. My son is now at the stage where he's trying to turn his body. I always strap him in the seat as he likes to try to slide down or sit up.
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