2-in-1 Soothe 'n Play Glider Plus Review (Fisher-Price)

2-in-1 Soothe 'n Play Glider Plus
What It Is

Keep baby comfortable in one of two ways with the 2-in-1 Soothe 'n Play Glider Plus from Fisher-Price. This can be used as a motorized glider or as a rocker with soothing vibrations.

The seat's plush newborn insert keeps babies cozy and comfy, and you can recline the seat so that baby can be upright for play or reclined for napping. It has a three-point harness to keep baby secure. You can even rotate the seat to change the direction of the motion: head-to-toe or side-to-side. And a removable toy bar features two hanging animals: a soft lion and a soft elephant, each with ribbon tags on the bottom.

When the seat is on the glider base, you can take advantage of the six glider speeds, 16 songs, and three soothing nature sounds. Use the buttons on the base to control the movement, sounds, and volume. The glider base gets plugged in to a wall outlet.

When the seat is removed from the glider base, it becomes a rocker. Press the button on the front to activate soothing vibrations.

Why Is It Useful?

This is a nice multi-function product that gives parents different options for soothing baby. Some babies prefer to be rocked head-to-toe. Other babies like the side-to-side motion. Some babies need a faster rocking motion, while other babies like things slow. The toy bar and the music keep babies entertained, especially useful when you just need to put baby down for a few minutes and tend to another task. And if baby falls asleep because of all that soothing motion and sound, that's a win for parents, too.

Who It’s For

This can be used with babies from birth and up, until they are able to sit up unassisted. There is a maximum weight limit of 25 pounds.

What To Be Aware Of

One D battery powers the soothing vibrations but is not included.

An AC adapter is included for plugging the glider base into a wall outlet.

  • Is It Useful?

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  • Assembly & Instructions

    None or Very Easy

    1 D battery required