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from Lansing mi
About Me Education Oriented, Grandparent, Working Parent
Comments about Personalized Childs Natural Rocker:
Some parts were marred--and lacquered over. There are exposed screws in the seat bottom and the screws were designed to go into an un-drilled dowel rod. Not sure they will hold over time. A little frustrating to assemble as when you put one part on, another came out of its hole.
Bottom LineNo, I would not recommend this to a friend
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By Happy Mom
from Fond du Lac, WI
About Me Education Oriented, Parent Of Two Or More Children, Working Parent
My young son has this rocking chair at home and absolutely loves it! He sits on it, climbs on it, is rough with it, and the chair is as sturdy as a rock! The quality of this chair is heirloom quality and I know he will be able to pass it on to his children one day. We couldn't be more satisfied!
Bottom LineYes, I would recommend this to a friend
hard to assemble
By Stage Manager
from NYC area
About Me Doll collector
What a pain in the neck it was to assemble this. Thank goodness for epoxy. There were two places where it was just impossible to follow the instructions (which are printed in teeny weeny type on a very faded page) so I wound up gluing the chair together.I use it to display part of my teddy bear collection, but I would *not* feel good about letting an actual child sit on it -- not confident that it's sturdy or safe enough for a child to use.It's cute and it does the job I wanted it for but gosh ... what an ordeal getting it set up.
Childs rocker review
from Ottertail, MN
About Me Education Oriented, Grandparent
I can't really comment for it was sent directly tomy grandson who lives 1000 miles away. I'm sureI'll hear what he and his parents have to say when opened at Christmas. I truly liked the freeshipment. I have my wicker childs rocker and wanted to get it to him but the postage was prohibative. This was the a great opportunity.
A fun rocker
from Tooele, UT
About Me Grandparent
The rocker is nice, and fairly sturdy, but some of the holes for the screws and cross arms were too big, and we had to use glue and hope that it would hold.
from Florence, SC
This is a really cute gift for a child...BUT! The instructions lack detail, not for the person with ten thumbs. They "suggest" using glue; glue ALL joints if you want it to last. Also, I would recommend sanding the finish down to the bare wood before applying glue.