Obaby - Reclining Glider Chair And Stool -White With Sand Cushion

€259,99 €239,99
New Colour Just Out :-) The Obaby reclining glider chair is the perfect place to rest and relax with your baby in comfort.
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Delivery time: approx. 4 weeks

The Obaby reclining glider chair is the perfect place to rest and relax with your baby in comfort. No matter what the occasion, be it feeding time or reading your little one’s favourite book, the gentle gliding motion helps you unwind whilst also soothing your tot to sleep.

By simply lifting the arm ends, the backrest angle can be effortlessly adjusted by an impressive seven positions so you can always find the right one for you. The comfy back and seat cushions ensure you never want to leave and the padded arm rests each feature a handy storage pocket to keep any important items close to hand. The carefully constructed wooden frame and curved back show off the traditional design while the soft grey tones of the cushions make certain that the chair and stool will coordinate perfectly in any nursery.

The included gliding stool perfectly mimics the motions of the chair ensuring nothing gets in the way of your tranquil time.

Obaby offer a free 5 year guarantee to UK and Ireland when you register your product within 28 days.

Features:

* Smooth gliding motion for aid in relaxing
* Seven position recline adjusted easily by raising chair arms
* Thick cushions ensure comfort at all times
* Coordinating stool features same gliding ability and matching cushion
* Convenient pockets on each arm for handy storage
* Free Obaby 5 year guarantee to UK & Ireland

Chair weight: 15.1kg
Chair dimensions: 100 x 65.5 x 72cm
Stool weight: 5.95kg
Stool dimensions: 34 x 49 x 38.5cm

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