Fisher-Price Infant-To-Toddler Rocker, Blue/Green (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
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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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Top Customer Reviews
I've rocked Allison to sleep many times in this chair, so she became very familiar with it. It became the safe place we could put Allison when we needed to get a little chore done here and there (while still under our watch, of course). It was light enough to use to transport Allison from upstairs to downstairs and back for feeding, changing, and such. The chair has paid for itself over and over with the peace of mind it has given us.
It's very easy to put together, and it's quite well made. We have never worried about breakage or fragility. The cover is machine washable, and we've had it in the washing machine several times, from spilling baby food on it. It dries in just a couple of hours or so, after being in the washer.
The vibration motor is a little strong, I think, but Allison wasn't startled by it, at least. We've hardly used the vibration, to be honest.
My only concern was with the thin padding on the edge of the seat. In her enthusiasm, Allison was banging her legs on it, so I put a folded-up washcloth underneath the cover to give her additional padding.
The chair is built for a range of ages. Judging by the size of the seat, it looks like it was designed for a kid as old as two years. But Allison is only nine months old now, and she's pretty much already outgrown the chair by this point. At about seven months, she was leaning forward to reach for things, to the point of falling out, and at eight months she finally tumbled out of the chair one day and onto the kitchen floor.Read more ›
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.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Three of my children have loved this rocker. It has held up amazingly with rough use. The vibrations still work, and it still rocks smoothly. Read morePublished 2 months ago by LRK
I wish this rocked on its own. It vibrates, but that's kind of a joke. It is easy to clean and put back together.Published 8 months ago by CYo
Good product. Ours was used with 3 babies & still nothing wrong with it. Looks somewhat comfy and cutePublished 12 months ago by lauren pugh
Excellent vibrator chair for baby. Nice little rocking chair for toddler. My two kids both loved it.Published 12 months ago by iowa829