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Fisher-Price Rock ‘n Play Portable Bassinet

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Keep baby comforted and close by, in the perfect portable sleep environment. A flat elevated sleeping surface and rocking motion (rocks with a gentle push from mom or dad) help soothe baby to sleep. Or, twist and lock the feet for stationary use. When it’s time to play, a soft, linkable

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Keep baby comforted and close by, in the perfect portable sleep environment. A flat elevated sleeping surface and rocking motion (rocks with a gentle push from mom or dad) help soothe baby to sleep. Or, twist and lock the feet for stationary use. When it’s time to play, a soft, linkable toy and mirror entertain. Use the bassinet at home or on the go – it’s lightweight and easily folds for portability from room-to-room or travel. Pad is machine washable and dryer safe. Max weight of 25 pounds. Developmental Guidelines: For use with children unable to push up on hands and knees, pull up or sit unassisted.

Product Features

  • Wonderful sleep spot for newborns with a gentle rocking action
  • Features a flat or elevated sleeping surface
  • Simple push from mom rocks the hammock gently
  • Frame easily folds for storage
  • Includes a soft owl rattle
  • Features a flat/elevated sleeping surface

Comments

Kanishk Rastogi says:

Convenient for travel, comfortable for baby upto 27″ length Ideal for use during travel or for use in living room to provide another comfortable sleeping option for baby. Read for more details about dimensions and check my images in customer images section. 

Erin says:

Great newborn bassinet – travels easily – sturdy – washable I went back and forth between the Rock N Play Sleep (ie the snug a bunny) and this bassinet. While I don’t like the colors of the bassinet at all (as a previous reviewer said..it’s greener than it looks in the pictures), I decided to go with the bassinet for a couple of reasons: (1) I was afraid it would grow mold — I am allergic and (2) I was afraid that the baby would get used to sleeping in an incline. 

E. Hill says:

Not bad, but not great… I have TWO of the inclined Rock n Play sleepers, and decided to get this to transition little one away from sleeping at an incline. Like the original sleepers, it rocks by you pushing it with your hand. You can also set it to lock, although I haven’t used that feature personally, as the rocking motion was my main reasoning for buying it. 

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