With its jungle print style, impressive safety and comfort features and high-quality, user-friendly construction, the Tango in the Tongo is full of perks both babies and parents will love. First, it sets up and folds down with a minimal amount of fuss, thanks to the push-button design and folding feet and legs. Wheels let you move the playard from room to room--an ideal option if you want to keep an eye on baby while you finish chores around the house. You can even bring baby out on the porch or on a covered deck with you for a fresh air nap or play session. When you're done, simply store the Tango in the Tongo in the handy included carry bag.
From Naptime to Playtime
The Tango in the Tongo is a multi-function playard that helps baby comfortably transition from playtime to naptime--and back again! The removable, full-size infant bassinet gives babies weighing up to 15 pounds a cozy place to curl up and sleep. Once your child is awake and ready for fun, he or she will find the entertaining toy arch with detachable, soft toys fun and amusing.
Safe, Durable Construction
Graco knows that a parent's primary concern is the safety of their child. That's why the Tango in the Tongo playard is built with baby's comfort and security in mind. The playard is made for children unable to climb out and under 35 inches tall. Airy mesh on all four sides provides maximum ventilation, so your child can relax and breathe easy. And the durable and sturdy frame resists wear and tear, even with repeated travel. When it's time to clean-up, simply wash the playard with soap and warm water.
The Tango in the Tongo playard measures 28.3 x 29.0 x 39.9 inches (WxHxD) and weighs 29.7 pounds.
In 1942, Russell Gray and Robert Cone formed Graco Metal Products, in Philadelphia, PA. For 11 years, the firm fabricated machine and car parts for local manufacturers. In 1953, Gray left the firm, leaving Cone as sole owner. Cone decided to manufacture his own line of products, but had trouble coming up with ideas. Enter David Saint, an engineer, tinkerer, and stained glass artisan who worked for Graco. Saint, himself a father of nine, was intrigued when an associate told him how his wife would soothe their tired and cranky baby while swinging in a backyard glider swing. Acting on this inspiration, he went to the drawing board and 18 months of hard work later, the world's first wind-up infant swing, the Graco Swyngomatic, was born. Graco sold millions of Swyngomatics in the coming years, becoming one of the world's leading manufacturers of juvenile products in the process. Today, Graco is a Newell Rubbermaid company, with 1500 associates worldwide. While a half-century has brought many changes to Graco, their dedication and commitment to designing and manufacturing top-quality products remains, and continues on.
What's in the Box
Playard, full-size infant bassinet, toy bar with removable toys, and carrying bag.