Newborn-to-Toddler Portable Rocker
  • Price: $60.00

    |Product: T2518

Learn through play
It starts out as an infant seat or rocker with a low-profile frame, very appropriate for newborns. Then, as your child grows, you can easily convert it to an infant seat to add interactive toy play, then make it a toddler rocker. It folds easily and has a built-in handle, so it can go wherever you and baby do! Requires 1 D battery.

Maximum weight: 40 lbs. (18 kg)

Developmental Guidelines:
Use recline position from birth until child is able to sit up unassisted.
Use upright position only with a child who has enough upper body control to sit up unassisted.
Use restraint system until child is able to climb in and out of product unassisted.

Better for Baby

Promotes Comfort and Security
• Calming vibrations and gentle rocking motion help comfort and soothe baby.
• Versatile seat angles add comfort for different age babies.

Encourages Developing Motor Skills
• As baby bats at overhead and side activities, eye-hand coordination and fine motor skills are being refined.

Stimulates Senses
• Rattles offer auditory stimulation.
• Bright colors and patterns stimulate baby’s visual sense.

Better for Mom

• Enjoy years of use—from birth to 40 pounds!
• Convenient space for feeding baby.
• So portable!
• Machine-washable pad.

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Rated 4.9 out of 5 by 7 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by The chair that keeps going and going! My child would not sleep in her crib but loved sleeping In this chair. It's soft and comfortable, and easy to wipe down. I bring my child into the kitchen and all around the house in the chair and they love it. Now at 6 months we use it mostly by the front door when we bring the baby in from the car seat and want to put them on something. I even mastered changing a dirty diaper in the upper recline position. The only part we never used was the dangling toy bar. When in the two lowest recline positions it puts the toys too far away for little baby hands to reach. It made the baby more angry that they were out of reach so we detached the bar. January 13, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Got one used and it's still going strong! We got this used in the old blue puppy/kitten print when I was pregnant with my first. I used it from the start as a place to safely put baby down. I kept it in the living room as my go to baby "spot". It was great for naps! I also could bring it in the doorway of the bathroom to keep baby close as I showered (that rare mommy luxury that for me was luckily not so rare thx to this!). I was surprised at how soon she figured out she could grab the mobile toys and play music. She's going to be 3yo next month and at 35lbs still occasionally naps in it lol! We had to retighten the screws a while back but other than that it has been fine. We also love that the cover can be thrown in the wash and air dries so quickly. I'm pregnant again and hoping this will get us through the next baby too but if not I wouldn't hesitate to buy another one. I love how versatile this has been! August 11, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Love this chair We bought this chair for our first baby for something for him to sit and play in, and also because it is easy to cart around with you when you need to go out. We used it right away when our second baby came along and even put it in our pack n play to keep him out of my toddlers reach. When our second baby got sick (bronchiolitis) at just a week old he needed to sleep on an incline for a few months (doctors orders) and he actually recommended this seat as it works perfect for a bassinet that has the slight incline for a newborn. Now at 6 months our baby still loves to play in it! I love how versatile it is! Worth every penny! August 23, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by best product created i bought this for my two month old son and he loved it! it's very comfortable. unlike some other fisher price products, when i lay my son down in this, his head is down and not tilted up. sometimes bouncers that tilt his head up would make him crouchy when he wakes up, but not this one. it's also a great convinence when traveling, he can sleep in this comfortably. this can also hold toddlers, which is pretty neat since other bouncers reach a certain age. April 8, 2012
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