Leaf Grow Swing - Iron

  • Recommended use: newborn to 130 lbs;
  • Stage 1 usage - birth to when baby can sit upright or can climb out unassisted;
  • Stage 2 usage - when baby can walk, up to 130 lbs.
  • Seat simply detaches from base for storage or quick trips
  • Easily locks in a stationary position for feeding or playtime
CA$419.99
Availability: Out of stock
SKU
10072552

Like a carefree leaf in a breeze, the Leaf swing is similarly soothing. It offers a comforting motor-free ride for your little one. Suitable for up to 132.3 lbs, even your growing toddlers will enjoy this swing for years to come. The Oxford collection is the latest from Nuna.

Gentle Motion
Three recline positions. Move up. Down. And sway everywhere in between.

Infant Insert
The cozy organic infant insert allows infants to fit snugly and securely in the bouncer, and easily removes as baby grows.

Mesh Backing
The mesh backing helps circulate air and keeps baby comfortable.

3-Point Harness
Seat pad with 3-point harness is removable and transitions to a toddler seat.

Stage 1: with built-in harness:
From birth until the child can sit upright or can climb out unassisted.
Discontinue stage one use when infant can sit upright, push up on hands and knees or climb out unassisted (age around 5 months) and is unable to walk.
NEVER leave child unattended.
This product is not intended for prolonged periods of sleeping.
Always use the restraint.

Stage 2: without built-in harness:
For use as a chair when the child is able to walk.
Discontinue stage two use when child reaches 130 lbs (60 kg).

Usage Age Birth and up
Max Weight Capacity 130 lbs
Product Weight 15.4 lbs
Dimensions (in) 28.7 L x 28 W x 17.7 H
What's Included Organic cotton insert, toy bar
More Information
Brand Nuna
Barcode 8719743744288
MPN SWSE10304IR
Is on Sale No
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