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Halo Innovations Bassinest Swivel Sleeper Premier Series - Herringbone

Item# 210-78594923-AF | Model# 78594923 | Added on June 2, 2020 |
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Halo Innovations Bassinest Swivel Sleeper Premier Series - Herringbone
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Make your transition into motherhood as easy as possible. The HALO Bassinest swivel sleeper is the only bassinet that rotates 360 degrees for the ultimate in convenience and safety. Now your little one can sleep as close as you’d like, while still in their own sleep area, reducing the safety risks associated with bed-sharing. In addition to bringing baby close, it swivels to make getting in and out of bed hassle-free. The patented lowering bedside wall makes it easy for you to scoop up baby for cuddles or nursing without the need to get out of bed. The premiere series includes a soothing center with nightlights, four soothing sounds, and two levels of vibration. Its stable, adjustable base fits under almost any bed. Rmended for babies up to five months of age or 20lbs. Use should be discontinued when infant shows signs of pulling up, rolling over, pushing up to kneeling position. Mattress is waterproof and contains no toxic flame retardants. Independently tested to meet or exceed all U.S. Consumer Products Safety Commission and Health Canada safety standards for bassinets. JPMA certified. Includes 100percent polyester coordinated fitted sheet. Wipes clean with a damp cloth. Sheet is machine washable. Safety Reminder: Never use soft bedding such as loose blankets, bumpers, pillows, and positioners in the Bassinest. The American Academy of Pediatrics suggests the use of wearable blankets to keep your baby warm. Gender: unisex.
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