Rated 4 out of 5Â by Christen Great while the vibrating motor lasts
This product was great for the first 2 months of our daughter's life, but now the vibrating motor is quitting. It cuts in and out, even with a new battery, and barely vibrates on the rare occasions that it is working. But it worked when we needed it most. Also, if you order this online, be careful which version you are ordering--Graco makes a Little Lounger that can be adjusted into a sitting position, and one that reclines/lounges only (no sitting position). We thought we were ordering the one with the sitting option, but received the one that lounges only. This was due to an error on the store's website, but be careful nonetheless.
Rated 5 out of 5Â by KohlsShopSmart Best Hands Down
Adjustable recline makes this lounger the best. Allows you to custom set the recline preventing tiny babies from sliding down, to accommodate a baby with reflux or simply find your baby's "comfort zone". In addition, it has a feature that allows you to lock it from rocking. Soft material and easy to assemble. A favorite of my daugher's with each of her babies!
Rated 5 out of 5Â by southernyankeemix All my favorite products in one!
I love the Little Lounger! It incorporates a few of my favorite baby gear pieces into one great product. The Little Lounger is a great place for baby to play or sleep with its easy adjustable reclining seat. Â Baby can sit up or lay flat while rocking, or using the Rock Locks to make the seat stationary. Â The lounger also has an attachable vibrator with two different speeds to soothe baby. Â It comes with an adjustable and removable toy bar and has an unheard of 30 pound weight limit. Â The Little Lounger folds up quickly and easily for storage or transportation. Â The only thing I'd love to see added to this item is detachable legs and a storage bag. Â Other than that, it's perfect!
Rated 4 out of 5Â by Verified Reviewer It grew on me.
I bought this for my son when he was a few weeks old. He hated it lol. And I did too since it only vibrates and I had to rock it myself. I was so mad and was going to return it but kept it mostly because of the price, the fact it goes up to 12mo., and the look of it. Eventually my son grew to like it. Using it to watch tv, nap, and introduce baby food. My son is 6mo now so I feel like I at least got my money's worth. I did have to use a razor to cut the sewn seams of the strap that is supposed to let the seat back. Might just be a defect. My advice, invest in a swing.