Deluxe Infant-to-Toddler Comfort Rocker

Fisher Price
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Deluxe Infant-to-Toddler Comfort Rocker

$55
$39 Gilt
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It's a reclining infant seat with a fold-out kickstand-great for feeding baby. Adjust the seat upright so baby's movements create rocking motion-with stimulating toys and music to enjoy. For naptime, you can remove the toy bar and switch on calming vibrations. And as your child grows, it becomes a toddler rocking chair for children up to 40 lbs.!

Features:

  • Calming vibrations and gentle rocking motion soothe baby
  • As baby reaches and grasps toys, eye-hand coordination and fine motor skills are enhanced
  • Colorful activities offer visual stimulation
  • Stimulates sense of touch with variety of textures
  • Three-point restraint holds baby securely in place
  • Two-position seat recline
  • Removable, washable seat pad
  • Requires 1 D battery (not included)
  • Includes two button-cell batteries for toy operation
  • Weight limit: 40 lbs.
  • Suitable birth up to 40 lbs.

Material: Metal, Fabric, Plastic

Brand: Fisher Price

Origin: Imported

Fisher-Price toys, from online games to the famous Little People (not to mention classics like Power Wheels, View-Master, Rescue Heroes, the Chatter Telephone, and the Rock-a-Stack) can do a lot to boost your tot’s IQ, as well as make playtime fun for the whole family. The company was founded in 1930 by Herman Fisher, Irving Price, Price's illustrator-artist wife Margaret Evans Price, and Helen Schelle. You may think that the precipice of the Great Depression was not the best time to turn toymaker, but you would be wrong: Fisher-Price’s toys were bursting with such whimsy and magic that they were instant hits. Today, Fisher-Price is still headquartered in its original home in East Aurora, New York, where their often-emulated “Play Lab” is based – it was the first child research center of its kind in the toy industry, allowing researchers and toy designers to observe the way children play and how play benefits their development. Fisher Price is now owned by Mattel, and continues to make baby and preschool toys that stand the test of time – as well as participate in today’s pop culture: other brands marketed under the Fisher-Price name include Disney, Sesame Street, Barney, Dora the Explorer, See 'n Say and Thomas the Tank Engine and Friends.