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Prince Lionheart bebePOD Plus, Orange

3.5 out of 5 stars 6 customer reviews
About the Product
  • Ergonomic design provides optimal support in helping Baby learn to sit
  • Attachable toy specially designed to help Baby's development
  • Adjustable tray with 2 colorful, reusable placemats
  • Snap-on/twist-off pommel
  • Soft, durable and easy to clean
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Product Description

From the Manufacturer

THE ULTIMATE in infant positioning and support now features an adjustable tray with 2 reusable placemats and an attachable toy specially designed by Sassy®! Ergonomic design provides optimal support in helping Baby learn to sit. Your baby’s own body weight helps ensure a safe and comfortable seating position without the need for uncomfortable straps. Available in two colors. Lightweight, durable, non-toxic.

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Technical Details
Item Weight3 pounds
Product Dimensions13 x 14 x 9 inches
UPC049345072068 049345072037
Item model number7203 Orange bebePod Plus
  
Additional Information
ASINB000R8YK2E
Best Sellers Rank #342,752 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight5.2 pounds
Domestic Shipping Item can be shipped within U.S.
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By Dee A. Clingan on July 2, 2009
This item is cute and would seem to work well in theory, but my daughter never fit into it well enough until she was too old to need to use it. She always slid to one side and leaned at an awkward angle. By the time she fit, she was beginning to stand up and would push her feet down and scream when sat in it. She was kind of a lean baby, so maybe a chunky baby could use this better than she did. The tray placemats are dumb, they don't stick so I never used them. The tray toy however is awesome and Annika played with it for a long time. It was her favorite at one point. Anyone buying this item: keep in mind that it is NOT for use as a booster seat ANYWHERE. It can ONLY sit on the floor. If you set it on something the baby can EASILY tip over and fall out. It's also not meant to be used in the tub.
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We chose this chair over the Bumbo Baby Sitter and Tray Combo - Orange because we like that you can remove the cap that holds the baby's legs in place. On the Bumbo that is actually part of the molded plastic, and sometimes baby's legs can be tough to get out of the chair. Additionally, we love the vibrant and contemporary color of this chair as compared to the washed-out hues of the Bumbo. Both chairs do a wonderful job of getting your child comfortable with the idea of sitting up, but for us the Bebe pod had the features that appealed to us.
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This has been the best chair. I got it when my daughter was 4months old, she's 7 months now and still loves it. She's never fell out of it once. We use it to feed her, let her splash in the kiddie pool, and just sit up to play. It's portable...goes w/ us to visit people or places...take it out to eat just sit it on table and she's happy. The tray is a must. We hardly ever use it w/o the tray on. It's soft and easy to clean and hardy, exactly what you need for little ones :) If i was to give a baby gift this would top the list...every baby needs one and it has helped mine learn to sit unsupported as well.
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