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Swivel glider and matching ottoman with clean lines and microfiber upholstery. Glider features both a rotating swivel function and smooth gliding motion Solid wood frame with thickly padded seat cushion and seat back for comfort. Glider dimensions 34 L X 34.5 W X 35.5 H Seat dimensions 19.5 W x 21.5 D Ottoman dimensions 21.5 L x 17.5 W x 16 H Net weight 85.98 lbs Shipping dimensions 37 L x 30 W x 31 H Gross weight 97 lbs. Minimal assembly required. 1-year limited warranty. Meets or exceeds U.S. Federal Safety Standards.
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The Baby Relax Kelcie Swivel Glider Chair and Ottoman Set will soon become your favorite place in your home to spend time relaxing and soothing your baby. Designed with your needs in mind, the Kelcie includes features that will make those long nights much more comfortable. The Kelcie Swivel Glider and Ottoman Set features a rotating swivel function as well as a smooth gliding motion to help you put you little one to sleep while the thickly padded seat cushion, seat back and armrests are designed for your comfort. The matching cushioned ottoman provides a soft place to rest your tired feet after a long day. The set is available in two microfiber fabric finishes to effortlessly match your existing nursery decor. The Kelcie Glider boasts comfortable features, a solid wood frame and sturdy construction, all of which make the Baby Relax Kelcie Swivel Glider and Ottoman Set the perfect choice for quiet moments with your little one.
Customer reviewsSuper happy with this chair
UPDATE after actually using this chair for 2 months with a newborn I have an updated opinion. First, it s awkwardly wide. I m 5 4 and 110lbs so for me, I find it hard to sit in. If you don t sit all the way back it tilts forward. Also, to nurse, I have to shift from side to side bc it s so wide. However the width is beneficial when adding a toddler into the mix. the arms are also too low to support me while breastfeeding which is frustrating, so I have to add a pillow. The back is also too low to rest my head- I have to scoot forward causing it to tilt and then rest my head.