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Stork Craft Hoop Glider and Ottoman Set, Espresso/Beige
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- This is the ideal glider and ottoman combination for your nursery with generous seating room, padded arm cushions and a pocket to store your belongings.
- Featuring metal, enclosed ball bearings for a smooth glide motion to help you unwind.
- The back and seat cushions are spot cleanable, keeping the look clean and fresh all year long.
- The fixed combinations are the most popular colors for the Hoop Glider and Ottoman
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From the manufacturer
Storkcraft Hoop Glider and Ottoman
Rest comfortably while you nurse or glide baby to sleep in the Storkcraft Hoop Glider and Ottoman.
Relax knowing that you can put your feet up while you nurse your baby to sleep. Enclosed, metal ball bearings allow the ottoman to glide easily and in tandem with the glider.
The padded arm cushions feature two side pockets, allowing you to conveniently store baby books, toys and other supplies so that they are always within reach.
Matches Easily With Any Home Decor
Storkcraft's Hoop Glider and Ottoman sets are the most popular choice, as the neutral finishes and cushion colors easily blend with any home or nursery decor.
The Storkcraft Hoop Glider and Ottoman gives an instant lift to the decor of your nursery. It makes feeding time easy for mother and child while adding a touch of charm to the room. These color combinations are fixed because they are the most popular colors for the Hoop Glider and Ottoman. The soft polyester gives a comfortable feel while being durable. With enclosed metal ball-bearings, this wooden glider allows for incredibly smooth rocking to soothe your baby. Solid wood construction gives these pieces a sturdy feel that you’ll appreciate far beyond the baby years.
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.
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This is not worth your time or money! I would not recommend this product. With this you get what you pay for.
This item is poorly manufactured. I have added a video review.
************Update May 5, 2013************
I called the manufacturer, Stork Craft. I was told to send an email to the parts department. My email was responded to in about 2 days. I emailed the invoice and pictures of the issue along with model number sticker on the bottom of the chair. The company sent me replacement parts very quickly without a big hassle. However, my husband felt like this was a complete waste of time. Stork Craft said they cannot replace the entire chair and to contact Amazon.
I contacted Amazon and explained the issue via email. As usual, Amazon was all over it. They issued a UPS tag within 1 business day. UPS came and picked up the chair. I have not seen the refund hit my account yet because it just arrived on their dock, but I am sure it will be in my account soon.
The bad...the chair is damaged. I'm usually pretty forgiving about damaged furniture, as frustrating as it is, because I it gets shipped all over the place and it's possible that the damage happens in transit. Anyway, if you look in the picture you can see the front of the chair is pretty dinged up (of course, it's the front right? If it were in the back I probably wouldn't care). What's more, I inspected the box, it's not damaged, there isn't a hole in the box that matches up with the damaged wood. This didn't happen in transit.
Beyond that, it just feels pretty cheap. The chair is light (generally a bad thing for wooden furniture). The padding is great now, but it doesn't feel like it will hold up. Also annoying - even on day #1 the 'snaps' that hold the padding for the arms on didn't work. It just won't hold. Maybe I'll superglue shut or some up with something similar.
I'm frustrated and disappointed with receiving damaged furniture; particularly with baby items. Like most people I'm not going to take 10 minutes taking the chair apart, then 30 minutes trying to get it back in the box, then find packing tape, throw it into my car and send it back to Amazon. Or you can try to contact the company to get a replacement part - sit on hold for an hour or send an email and wait a week for a response.
Squeaks so bad: it started squeaking within a few months of using it. It got to be so loud that it could be heard through the ceiling down to the 1st floor of the house. As a single mom, I couldn't afford to replace it so we just lived with it... but it bothered me every time we used the chair & it woke up my baby.
See attached photos of A: one of the failed hardware bits (was a ball bearing and stud assembly), and B: the cavity in the wood where said hardware lives. Note that the three bearing plate holes were drilled twice from the factory and one set is stripped out; extremely poor craftsmanship.
I have filed a warranty claim with the company but not heard back from them yet. Will update if a resolution is found.
The cushion inside arm rests has bunched up and I can't straighten it back out, so those are now useless, just hanging on the side. The chair came missing buttons to keep these visions/pockets pinned down, emailed about this with a "tough for you" type response. One of the major wooden back supports broke within 6 months of use. My husband was able to fix just enough to keep it semi-functional, but still will often come out making me lean to one side. I'm afraid what would happen if someone heavier rocked in it- I'm about 145 lbs.
With another baby on the way, we're testing chairs in person from companies with better customer service & literally tossing this to the curb.
I will say the ottoman still works well.