The Infant-to-Toddler Rocker is a two-in-one seat that converts from an infant rocker to a toddler rocker. The rocker can be reclined as an infant seat with a fold-out kickstand to keep it in place while parents feed baby. For playtime, parents can fold back in the kickstand and adjust the seat upright so that baby's movements create a rocking motion. There is also a toy bar with three hanging toys that play music. For naptime, parents can remove the toy bar and switch on the calming vibration mechanism. The three-point harness holds baby in place. As the child grows, the toy bar can be removed and toddlers can use the rocker as a rocking chair. The seat pad can be removed and washed in the washing machine. The Infant-to-Toddler Rocker also folds up for storage.
Parents will like that the Infant-to-Toddler Rocker is so versatile. It's a place for parents to feed baby, and it can be used for playtime and naptime. It also grows with the child, becoming a rocking chair for toddlers. For babies, the rocker is a comfortable place to play with fun hanging toys and music. The vibration mechanism is designed to soothe baby's to sleep.
The Infant-to-Toddler Rocker is for ages birth and up. There is a maximum weight limit of 40 pounds. Fisher-Price recommends that you use the infant rocker seat (recline) from birth until the child is able to sit up unassisted. Use the upright position with toddlers who have enough upper body control to sit up unassisted. Use the restraint system until the child is able to climb in and out of product unassisted.
Adult assembly is required. It took us 20 minutes to put together. You'll need a Phillips screwdriver, which is not included. Two button cell batteries are included. One D battery is also required but not included.
2 Cell & 1 D battery required
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