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Stork Craft Hoop Glider and Ottoman Set, Espresso/Beige

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Espresso
  • Generous seating room with padded arms
  • Arm cushions have a pocket for paper, magazines and TV remote
  • Back and seat cushions are hand washable only
  • Ideal for any room in your house
  • Matching ottoman included
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Product Details

Color: Espresso
  • Product Dimensions: 24.8 x 25.8 x 39.5 inches ; 45.5 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 45.9 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B001IACJQ4
  • Item model number: 06550-419
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1,290 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #271 in Baby (See Top 100 in Baby)
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Product Description

Color: Espresso

From the Manufacturer

The Stork Craft Hoop Glider and Ottoman in espresso with beige cushion comes with generous seating room. It features padded arms and the arm cushions have a pocket for paper, magazines, and TV remote. This back and seat cushions are hand washable only. It is ideal for any room in your house. This also includes a matching ottoman.

Product Description

Perfect for feeding baby or just relaxing while in the nursery, the Hoop Glider is sure to become a favorite in any space. The ideal accompaniment to the Hoop glider, this matching ottoman is perfect for resting feet while sitting in your glider. The cushions of this ottoman are removable for easy cleaning. Features: Espresso finish with Beige cushions. Sturdy solid wood construction. Arm cushions have a pocket for paper, magazines and TV remote. Cushions are removable. Ideal for any room in your house. Finish is non-toxic.


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Customer Reviews

Love rocking my baby to sleep.
Maria
Spend the money and invest in a glider that will last a long time unlike this one.
Aliyah
It looks great, and is very comfortable.
Sharon

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

531 of 547 people found the following review helpful By Wix TOP 1000 REVIEWER on December 10, 2008
Color Name: Cherry/Beige
I finally purchased a glider to use with the new baby. After going to a couple stores and taking a look at the 200-300 and even 400 dollar ones we decided to go with this basic glider to save money for christmas and other necessities.

So far I have had it assembled 2 weeks and use it many times during the day to nurse and read books. The bottom cushion is a bit hard but honestly this glider is well worth the money if you are on a budget don't feel bad about getting this one over the more expensive ones. It is pretty and does the job just fine.

When it arrived there was a huge rip in the box and the outer corner of the glider was exposed. Thankfully it was packed with foam around the corners and did not sustain any damage.

Assembly was quite easy and the glider bottom comes assembled, the ottoman is completely assembled. So it was 8 screws I believe, to assemble this and my DH had it done in about 20 minutes.

It has a nice warm finish and should match well with other cherry furniture. The cushions are a sandy beige color and are attractive.

I'd recommend this as a nice glider for someone looking to save $$.

Update - March 12, 2009 - Still satisfied with the purchase, has maintained its quality and gets a lot of use.

Update - May 22, 2010 - Now a nursing/reading chair. Frequently used and in nice shape. Looking into getting a better cushion set.
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341 of 381 people found the following review helpful By Peanut butter on December 6, 2010
Color Name: Cherry/Beige
Length: 2:06 Mins
This is my video review for the Storkcraft Hoop Glider and Ottoman set in cherry finish. It is a comfy glider with a smooth gliding motion. We will be using it a lot when our baby comes along around the end of January!
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177 of 207 people found the following review helpful By Calvinbob on June 14, 2010
Color Name: Cherry/Beige
we have had this glider for 6 months now. for the first four months it was great! glided well and was very comfortable. but then we started to experience the notorious squeak that everyone here is talking about. it is loud and impossible to get rid of for long term. I tried the spray silicone, grease, WD-40, wax, tightening the joints, etc. nothing fixed it. Then the back part started to pop really loud with each rock back and forth. I felt that maybe part of the issue is I am a big man, 240 lbs. so I stopped sitting in it and only had my wife sit in it (120 lbs).

I called Stork and they informed me that the limited warranty will only cover a maximum of 50% of the parts of the chair so I had to choose to either replace the back or replace the rocking base. I chose to fix the rocking base and it took about 5 weeks to arrive (they told me it would take that long so I won't hold it against them even though it was a long time to wait). I got the new base and only had my 120 lbs wife sit in it and it worked like a charm...for one week. then the squeaking came back again. once again I tried all the lubes you can imagine to stop the squeaking but it only subsided for a few days. I called stock and they told me I had already used the full coverage of my warranty and that was the end of my extended service.

I'm disappointed in this glider and I am in the hunt for a better one to rock our little one to sleep. I recommend that you look somewhere else besides Stork Craft for your glider needs.
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31 of 39 people found the following review helpful By Alphafox on December 13, 2012
Color Name: Espresso Verified Purchase
I've had this glider previously for over 3 years and no problems with squeaks. I purchased another for my sister who is due soon. This review is for all the other people who left feedback about the squeaking. As soon as received my first glider, i oiled ALL the bushings and movinvg parts. And kept oiling them throughout the years. I'm being proactive and taking apart my sister's and applying grease to the metal and bushings. If you research the $400+ gliders, they're made of the same material and bushings and squeak as well. So the way i see it, $100 glider or $400 glider, you make the choice. Oh, and don't forget, OIL YOUR CHAIR!!!
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Mike K on January 6, 2012
Color Name: Espresso Verified Purchase
One of the wooden piece that support the chairs glider broke off within a few weeks of purchase.... And no luck whatsoever with getting any customer support...
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48 of 63 people found the following review helpful By T. Horn on December 15, 2010
Color Name: Cherry/Beige
I've had this glider for over two years now. I'm a person who usually just "deals" with things if they have little problems or idiosyncrasies. This glider is so poorly and cheaply made that I can't just deal with it's issues. Do yourself a favor, and spend the extra money on a product that will last.

The title is such because nearly 4 months after we started using it, that's the noises it began making. Over two years later it's still making the same noises. It squeaks in every joint, it's a chorus of squeaking. I WD40 all 8 joints almost weekly and it's still a squeakfest. It also clunks horribly, like it's forcing over a bar while it "glides." At one point it sounded like it was being drug over gravel, I'm really not sure how it would make that noise. And the crack? The wood must be the cheapest wood they could find, because when I shift in the chair the wood joints crack loudly. I'm not a heavy person (140 at 5'7 isn't heavy), so it's not like I'm stressing the chair at all.

And here's where it gets fun. I've had to go buy wood glue to glue the joints of the arm rests back together because the chair was literally falling apart on me. Why wouldn't they glue the dowels? After that little joy, the chair literally came apart at the joints when my husband was rocking my infant to sleep. The part where the rod connects into the joint for gliding just popped out spraying tiny, greasy ball bearings all over my carpet. My two year old thought it was Christmas early, she eats everything. I was finding tiny metal balls in my living room for weeks, I was furious. A product should not come apart during normal use like that, it's absolutely ridiculous. The company won't help, so I had to take apart the ottoman and use the joints from it to replace the ones in my chair.
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