The rocker develops – it is used for balance play and supports the child’s motor development. It is a process that is crucial for learning to read and write, developing spatial orientation and eye-hand coordination.
The rocker can be supplemented with additional modules – tabletop, ladder, chair, stool – which will further expand its possibilities. In this way, you will create a real home playground for your toddler that will serve for years.
Currently, the delivery time is a maximum of 14 days. In the event of important celebrations and the need for faster delivery, please contact us by phone or email We can work wonders :)
The rocker weighs 8.5 kg and is properly balanced so that it is as safe as possible.
The length of the rocker (from the handle to the handle) is 100 cm. The height (in the position of the sternum, from the floor to the top) is 60 cm, The width (from skid to skid) is 50 cm.
The rocker will be used from the first days of a child's life. If you cover the inside of the rocker with a soft material, you can rock the baby in it for a while. If the toddler is already sitting, he can swing in it for as long as possible. It follows that there is no minimum height or weight that would limit the use of the rocker.
During rocking, we stimulate the vestibular system - part of the nervous system that affects the regulation of muscle tone and the organization of attention. Rocking is a great way to diminish anxiety and regulate hormonal balance. It has a great influence on the respiration and ventilation mechanisms as well as the circulatory and metabolic systems. This is our recipe for calming down, subtle stimulation and fun.
The recommended and minimum space for free rocking should be 1.5 mx 1.5 m.
The load of the rocker, tested and tested in accordance with the standards, is 50 kg. We empirically tested the load of 100 kg. The rocker and the tester are doing great.
We send the rocker in a version for self-assembly. The assembly is simple and it is an additional opportunity to play with our youngest - they can manage the work themselves and delegate tasks to their parents