Popular, innovative Rocker Napper now in a fashionable new look
Rocking seat that soothes babies and stimulates their senses
Easily converts from seat to comfy napper
Soothing movements rock your baby in 3 reclining positions
Flat pad (180°) with raised borders offers a safe & cozy napper environment
Cute musical toy amuses babies while in napper, encouraging them to practice their grasping skills
Product grows with baby: it is suitable for babies up to 40lb/18kg
1-3 monthsQuiet time alone is important for baby's development. Let your baby enjoy the gentle rocking movement of the 3-in-1 Rocker Napper while gazing at the musical electronic toy.
3-6 monthsMove the Rocker Napper's hanging electronic toy to the appropriate distance from baby's palm, so that when she raises her hand she can hit the toy or, later, grasp it with ease.
1-6 monthsAbout a fifth of all babies suffer from colic. The 3-in-1 Rocker Napper’s soft vibrations could help babies' immature digestive system and ease their discomfort.
By 9 months, baby is old enough to climb in and out of the Rocker's seat by himself and enjoy this newly-found independence.
1.Rocker Napper's versatile seat offers 3 reclining positions. The middle position could help babies suffering from reflux keep their food down.
2.Seated position allows baby to enjoy playing with an electronic toy that plays a selection of 9 tunes suited to play or rest.
3.Excellent angle for feeding babies when introducing solids.
4.Flat pad (180°) with raised borders makes for a cozy napping environment.
These are the key Developmental Wonders that this product can encourage in your baby:
EQThe cozy seat with its clearly-defined borders, calming music and light vibrations create an ideal womb-like environment the envelops and soothes baby while supporting the development of EQ.
SensesThe colorful toys, captivating lights, soft vibrations and soothing and playful music all stimulate baby's senses.
Fine Motor SkillsWhen babies reach out and attempt to bat at the hanging toys they practice and hone their fine motor skills and learn eye-hand coordination.