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Graco Duet Glide Gliding Swing with Portable Rocker, Winfield
Graco Duet Glide Gliding Swing with Portable Rocker, Winfield
Graco Duet Glide Gliding Swing with Portable Rocker, Winfield
Graco Duet Glide Gliding Swing with Portable Rocker, Winfield
Graco Duet Glide Gliding Swing with Portable Rocker, Winfield
Graco Duet Glide Gliding Swing with Portable Rocker, Winfield
Graco Duet Glide Gliding Swing with Portable Rocker, Winfield
Graco Duet Glide Gliding Swing with Portable Rocker, Winfield
Graco Duet Glide Gliding Swing with Portable Rocker, Winfield
Graco Duet Glide Gliding Swing with Portable Rocker, Winfield
Graco Duet Glide Gliding Swing with Portable Rocker, Winfield
Graco Duet Glide Gliding Swing with Portable Rocker, Winfield
Graco Duet Glide Gliding Swing with Portable Rocker, Winfield

Graco Duet Glide Gliding Swing with Portable Rocker, Winfield

Graco Duet Glide Gliding Swing with Portable Rocker, Winfield
Graco Duet Glide Gliding Swing with Portable Rocker, Winfield
Graco Duet Glide Gliding Swing with Portable Rocker, Winfield
Graco Duet Glide Gliding Swing with Portable Rocker, Winfield
Graco Duet Glide Gliding Swing with Portable Rocker, Winfield
Graco Duet Glide Gliding Swing with Portable Rocker, Winfield
Graco Duet Glide Gliding Swing with Portable Rocker, Winfield
Graco Duet Glide Gliding Swing with Portable Rocker, Winfield
Graco Duet Glide Gliding Swing with Portable Rocker, Winfield
Graco Duet Glide Gliding Swing with Portable Rocker, Winfield
Graco Duet Glide Gliding Swing with Portable Rocker, Winfield
Graco Duet Glide Gliding Swing with Portable Rocker, Winfield
Graco Duet Glide Gliding Swing with Portable Rocker, Winfield
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Features

  • Unique swinging or gliding motions mean more options to choose from to soothe your little one
  • Swing seat conveniently doubles as a portable rocker and has carry handles to keep baby close by throughout the home
  • Choose from 4 soothing motions to comfort baby - swinging or gliding side-to-side or front-to-back
  • Adjustable swing speeds ensure finding just the right soothing pace to fit baby's preference
  • Vibration with 2 speed settings so baby will remain soothed and content

Description

The versatile Graco Duet Glide Gliding Swing with Portable Rocker is a multi-use swing that offers unique swinging and gliding motions. The swing seat conveniently doubles as a portable rocker with carry handles to keep baby happy by your side throughout the home. The swing has 4 soothing motions to choose from - baby can enjoy side-to-side or front-to-back swinging or gliding. The adjustable swing speeds allow you to find just the right pace, and the vibration with 2 speed settings ensures baby will be content. The swing also features 3 position recline, 15 songs and sounds, an adjustable toy bar with 2 soft toys and an AC Adapter for added convenience. The extra-plush softwoods with removable infant body support are machine washable for easy cleaning, while the 5-point harness keeps baby cozy and secure.


Item Weight 19.09 pounds


Product Dimensions 17.8 x 11.5 x 24 inches


UPC 047406157662


Item model number 2065965


Number of items 1


Style Duet Glide


Batteries required No


ASIN B07DTLH2M4


Customer Reviews 4.5 out of 5 stars317 customer ratings


Amazon Best Sellers Rank #18,814 in Baby (See Top 100 in Baby) #55 in Stationary Baby Swings


Shipping Weight 19.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)


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Features

  • Unique swinging or gliding motions mean more options to choose from to soothe your little one
  • Swing seat conveniently doubles as a portable rocker and has carry handles to keep baby close by throughout the home
  • Choose from 4 soothing motions to comfort baby - swinging or gliding side-to-side or front-to-back
  • Adjustable swing speeds ensure finding just the right soothing pace to fit baby's preference
  • Vibration with 2 speed settings so baby will remain soothed and content

Description

The versatile Graco Duet Glide Gliding Swing with Portable Rocker is a multi-use swing that offers unique swinging and gliding motions. The swing seat conveniently doubles as a portable rocker with carry handles to keep baby happy by your side throughout the home. The swing has 4 soothing motions to choose from - baby can enjoy side-to-side or front-to-back swinging or gliding. The adjustable swing speeds allow you to find just the right pace, and the vibration with 2 speed settings ensures baby will be content. The swing also features 3 position recline, 15 songs and sounds, an adjustable toy bar with 2 soft toys and an AC Adapter for added convenience. The extra-plush softwoods with removable infant body support are machine washable for easy cleaning, while the 5-point harness keeps baby cozy and secure.


Item Weight 19.09 pounds


Product Dimensions 17.8 x 11.5 x 24 inches


UPC 047406157662


Item model number 2065965


Number of items 1


Style Duet Glide


Batteries required No


ASIN B07DTLH2M4


Customer Reviews 4.5 out of 5 stars317 customer ratings


Amazon Best Sellers Rank #18,814 in Baby (See Top 100 in Baby) #55 in Stationary Baby Swings


Shipping Weight 19.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

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Features

  • Unique swinging or gliding motions mean more options to choose from to soothe your little one
  • Swing seat conveniently doubles as a portable rocker and has carry handles to keep baby close by throughout the home
  • Choose from 4 soothing motions to comfort baby - swinging or gliding side-to-side or front-to-back
  • Adjustable swing speeds ensure finding just the right soothing pace to fit baby's preference
  • Vibration with 2 speed settings so baby will remain soothed and content

Description

The versatile Graco Duet Glide Gliding Swing with Portable Rocker is a multi-use swing that offers unique swinging and gliding motions. The swing seat conveniently doubles as a portable rocker with carry handles to keep baby happy by your side throughout the home. The swing has 4 soothing motions to choose from - baby can enjoy side-to-side or front-to-back swinging or gliding. The adjustable swing speeds allow you to find just the right pace, and the vibration with 2 speed settings ensures baby will be content. The swing also features 3 position recline, 15 songs and sounds, an adjustable toy bar with 2 soft toys and an AC Adapter for added convenience. The extra-plush softwoods with removable infant body support are machine washable for easy cleaning, while the 5-point harness keeps baby cozy and secure.


Item Weight 19.09 pounds


Product Dimensions 17.8 x 11.5 x 24 inches


UPC 047406157662


Item model number 2065965


Number of items 1


Style Duet Glide


Batteries required No


ASIN B07DTLH2M4


Customer Reviews 4.5 out of 5 stars317 customer ratings


Amazon Best Sellers Rank #18,814 in Baby (See Top 100 in Baby) #55 in Stationary Baby Swings


Shipping Weight 19.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)


abunda_amazon_reviews EARTHQUAKE UPDATE: Okay, so following the 7.1 earthquake, I can now report this thing is sturdy, bassinet rocked a bit but it held its place pretty well and didn’t rock as much as I would have expected. So this thing was truly tested. The rock n play recall lead us here. Let’s just start with that. We are on Baby #4: The Final Baby (great movie title, amirite?) and planned to order a rock n play in April ‘19. We had rock n plays for all the other kids but kept giving them away thinking we were done having children because we are idiots. Rock n plays got recalled, I lost my mind. Why, you ask? Because all our damn kids had horrible acid reflux and the incline of that stupid rocker helped tremendously! So the search for an inclined sleeper began and lead us to this contraption. Here comes the pros and cons list... Pros: Has 3 incline settings, the final one being almost sitting up and is the best day time position Pretty cushy Has decent glide settings Has two different vibrate modes Plays music/sounds The mobile can easily be removed The entire thing took my pregnant ass like 10 minutes to put together without the instructions I just looked at the box and checked my work with the instructions later (I like a good challenge but I wouldn’t attempt this with ikea furniture so there’s that) The bassinet part is removable Easy to travel with if you can fit it in your car (it’s light but stable) Cons: It’s not as cushy as I’d like but I’m not the one sleeping in it/hanging out in it The sounds on it annoy me lol It doesn’t gently or quietly change incline positions which sucks if your child fell asleep in the upright setting It’s not the rock n play I feel like the bassinet could have a better way to lock in to the base that wouldn’t trigger my anxiety I recommend this in general for your child to chill out in and especially if you have a child who has some more than average reflux going on. Not my favorite but not the worst thing by far. Absolutely a solid choice though.;;Reviewed in the United States on July 4, 2019;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;Good for reflux babies;;dara faye;;;I got this for about $150 + tax, so 25% less than MSRP. I don't know if I would have paid the $200 or not. A lot of reviews said that their babies outgrew it by 2 months old, and that's a lot of money for something they may outgrow quickly. 2 out of my 3 other kids were 100th percentile in height, but one was 20th, so time will tell. I also worry that my baby won't like it, as my son did not like the mamaRoo. It seems that most babies prefer a standard side-to-side swinging motion over these swaying contraptions. Still, I was drawn to this thing. I felt like it could take the place of a swing, a bassinet, and a bouncer. I had the Summer Infant Bentwood rocking bassinet with my last baby, and I did like it, but it did not plug in. It just had batteries, and it would stop after 20 minutes or so. I could barely take a shower before it would stop swishing and wake the baby. So I liked that this laid totally flat. Or so I thought. It does not lay completely flat. One of the reviewers said they put a bassinet mattress in this and made it a swaying bassinet, but I do not see how a mattress could lie flat enough to be safe in this thing. Not only does it not go all the way back, but the molded plastic bottom is significantly curved and doesn't go all the way to the edge, leaving places where the mattress could sag/dip. However, it does lay far enough back that I think it would make a good sleeper-- especially if your baby has reflux. And it sits far enough forward that I think the baby would be content awake in it long enough to fold a load of laundry or something. Another thing I like is that straps are removable, which makes washing so much easier. Anyone whose baby has had a major poop explosion in a swing can probably appreciate this. I also like that the padding in the (also removable) cushion is ample. The padding in Fisher-Price gear is far too thin. The base is hard plastic, but the cushion is thick enough that I think it will be okay. You could add a Noggin Nest or similar if you were worried about it, though. I only found two flaws. The first is that the loop on the nature sound feature is far too short and noticeable for me to use it, but I don't really care about sounds anyway. The second is that the vibration feature requires batteries- one D battery, to be specific. I'm not shocked by this, though. It's pretty standard. Warning: while the cushion, straps, and strap cover all come out easily for cleaning, the main cover (the furry trim around the edge, the mesh sides, and the fabric bottom under the removable cushion) does not seem to be removable. I worry that the furry stark-white edge will be hard to keep clean. This is why I took off one star. I will update once the baby is actually here & I will say how long it lasted us before baby no longer comfortably fit. UPDATE: After my husband and I both watched it spin, it catches when it goes to the right and this results in a jerky motion. We are returning it. I ordered a new one to see if it has the same issue.;;Reviewed in the United States on March 9, 2019;;3.0 out of 5 stars;;I like it. I just hope my baby does.;;Mommy;;;I'm rating this a 3 star because .. 1. The price was a good deal for the features it has. $105, but now I see it's $159 😳 2. The add says "batteries ARENT required", batteries are required and that's why I purchased it. You need batteries for the swing/motion to work. The charging adapter is only for the sounds. 3. The adapter needs to be plugged in at all times for the swing/motion to work. So youll need to be near an outlet at all times of use. 4. The reycliner says "ONE HAND USE" maybe it's just me or mines because I do have little hands, but it's pretty stiff/hard that I have to use two hands, but it's manageable. 5. The instructions are pretty self-explanatory, no tools needed, but I did have trouble understanding some parts as the ex. pictures didn't really help and the instructions basically say "put this tube here" 6. The music sounds scratchy. And 7. The motion swing is very very smooth even at the high speed. It's more of a glide. I'd probably be better off with a actual swing that swings back and forth and has more of a swing to it. So I'm hoping baby enjoys it. Other then that for the price I originally got it for before price going up was good. But you could probably fine something better if you're about to spend $159. These are just my nits and picks of what I think about the product. I will do an update once baby's here. UPDATE: my baby is now 4 months old. The first month she would nap all day in the chair if I was rocking it back and forth not really if the swing was gliding. I actually had to purchase another swing that actually swings I suppose you can say faster. I now just use it for her to sit in it. I'm actually planning on selling it already. Still wouldn't recommend this to someone;;Reviewed in the United States on July 1, 2019;;3.0 out of 5 stars;;Review;;Yesi

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Top Amazon Reviews


4.0 out of 5 stars
By dara faye - Reviewed in the United States on July 4, 2019
Good for reflux babies
EARTHQUAKE UPDATE: Okay, so following the 7.1 earthquake, I can now report this thing is sturdy, bassinet rocked a bit but it held its place pretty well and didn’t rock as much as I would have expected. So this thing was truly tested. The rock n play recall lead us here. Let’s just start with that. We are on Baby #4: The Final Baby (great movie title, amirite?) and planned to order a rock n play in April ‘19. We had rock n plays for all the other kids but kept giving them away thinking we were done having children because we are idiots. Rock n plays got recalled, I lost my mind. Why, you ask? Because all our damn kids had horrible acid reflux and the incline of that stupid rocker helped tremendously! So the search for an inclined sleeper began and lead us to this contraption. Here comes the pros and cons list... Pros: Has 3 incline settings, the final one being almost sitting up and is the best day time position Pretty cushy Has decent glide settings Has two different vibrate modes Plays music/sounds The mobile can easily be removed The entire thing took my pregnant ass like 10 minutes to put together without the instructions I just looked at the box and checked my work with the instructions later (I like a good challenge but I wouldn’t attempt this with ikea furniture so there’s that) The bassinet part is removable Easy to travel with if you can fit it in your car (it’s light but stable) Cons: It’s not as cushy as I’d like but I’m not the one sleeping in it/hanging out in it The sounds on it annoy me lol It doesn’t gently or quietly change incline positions which sucks if your child fell asleep in the upright setting It’s not the rock n play I feel like the bassinet could have a better way to lock in to the base that wouldn’t trigger my anxiety I recommend this in general for your child to chill out in and especially if you have a child who has some more than average reflux going on. Not my favorite but not the worst thing by far. Absolutely a solid choice though.

3.0 out of 5 stars
By Mommy - Reviewed in the United States on March 9, 2019
I like it. I just hope my baby does.
I got this for about $150 + tax, so 25% less than MSRP. I don't know if I would have paid the $200 or not. A lot of reviews said that their babies outgrew it by 2 months old, and that's a lot of money for something they may outgrow quickly. 2 out of my 3 other kids were 100th percentile in height, but one was 20th, so time will tell. I also worry that my baby won't like it, as my son did not like the mamaRoo. It seems that most babies prefer a standard side-to-side swinging motion over these swaying contraptions. Still, I was drawn to this thing. I felt like it could take the place of a swing, a bassinet, and a bouncer. I had the Summer Infant Bentwood rocking bassinet with my last baby, and I did like it, but it did not plug in. It just had batteries, and it would stop after 20 minutes or so. I could barely take a shower before it would stop swishing and wake the baby. So I liked that this laid totally flat. Or so I thought. It does not lay completely flat. One of the reviewers said they put a bassinet mattress in this and made it a swaying bassinet, but I do not see how a mattress could lie flat enough to be safe in this thing. Not only does it not go all the way back, but the molded plastic bottom is significantly curved and doesn't go all the way to the edge, leaving places where the mattress could sag/dip. However, it does lay far enough back that I think it would make a good sleeper-- especially if your baby has reflux. And it sits far enough forward that I think the baby would be content awake in it long enough to fold a load of laundry or something. Another thing I like is that straps are removable, which makes washing so much easier. Anyone whose baby has had a major poop explosion in a swing can probably appreciate this. I also like that the padding in the (also removable) cushion is ample. The padding in Fisher-Price gear is far too thin. The base is hard plastic, but the cushion is thick enough that I think it will be okay. You could add a Noggin Nest or similar if you were worried about it, though. I only found two flaws. The first is that the loop on the nature sound feature is far too short and noticeable for me to use it, but I don't really care about sounds anyway. The second is that the vibration feature requires batteries- one D battery, to be specific. I'm not shocked by this, though. It's pretty standard. Warning: while the cushion, straps, and strap cover all come out easily for cleaning, the main cover (the furry trim around the edge, the mesh sides, and the fabric bottom under the removable cushion) does not seem to be removable. I worry that the furry stark-white edge will be hard to keep clean. This is why I took off one star. I will update once the baby is actually here & I will say how long it lasted us before baby no longer comfortably fit. UPDATE: After my husband and I both watched it spin, it catches when it goes to the right and this results in a jerky motion. We are returning it. I ordered a new one to see if it has the same issue.

3.0 out of 5 stars
By Yesi - Reviewed in the United States on July 1, 2019
Review
I'm rating this a 3 star because .. 1. The price was a good deal for the features it has. $105, but now I see it's $159 😳 2. The add says "batteries ARENT required", batteries are required and that's why I purchased it. You need batteries for the swing/motion to work. The charging adapter is only for the sounds. 3. The adapter needs to be plugged in at all times for the swing/motion to work. So youll need to be near an outlet at all times of use. 4. The reycliner says "ONE HAND USE" maybe it's just me or mines because I do have little hands, but it's pretty stiff/hard that I have to use two hands, but it's manageable. 5. The instructions are pretty self-explanatory, no tools needed, but I did have trouble understanding some parts as the ex. pictures didn't really help and the instructions basically say "put this tube here" 6. The music sounds scratchy. And 7. The motion swing is very very smooth even at the high speed. It's more of a glide. I'd probably be better off with a actual swing that swings back and forth and has more of a swing to it. So I'm hoping baby enjoys it. Other then that for the price I originally got it for before price going up was good. But you could probably fine something better if you're about to spend $159. These are just my nits and picks of what I think about the product. I will do an update once baby's here. UPDATE: my baby is now 4 months old. The first month she would nap all day in the chair if I was rocking it back and forth not really if the swing was gliding. I actually had to purchase another swing that actually swings I suppose you can say faster. I now just use it for her to sit in it. I'm actually planning on selling it already. Still wouldn't recommend this to someone

Recent Reviews


4.0 out of 5 stars
By dara faye - Reviewed in the United States on July 4, 2019
Good for reflux babies
EARTHQUAKE UPDATE: Okay, so following the 7.1 earthquake, I can now report this thing is sturdy, bassinet rocked a bit but it held its place pretty well and didn’t rock as much as I would have expected. So this thing was truly tested. The rock n play recall lead us here. Let’s just start with that. We are on Baby #4: The Final Baby (great movie title, amirite?) and planned to order a rock n play in April ‘19. We had rock n plays for all the other kids but kept giving them away thinking we were done having children because we are idiots. Rock n plays got recalled, I lost my mind. Why, you ask? Because all our damn kids had horrible acid reflux and the incline of that stupid rocker helped tremendously! So the search for an inclined sleeper began and lead us to this contraption. Here comes the pros and cons list... Pros: Has 3 incline settings, the final one being almost sitting up and is the best day time position Pretty cushy Has decent glide settings Has two different vibrate modes Plays music/sounds The mobile can easily be removed The entire thing took my pregnant ass like 10 minutes to put together without the instructions I just looked at the box and checked my work with the instructions later (I like a good challenge but I wouldn’t attempt this with ikea furniture so there’s that) The bassinet part is removable Easy to travel with if you can fit it in your car (it’s light but stable) Cons: It’s not as cushy as I’d like but I’m not the one sleeping in it/hanging out in it The sounds on it annoy me lol It doesn’t gently or quietly change incline positions which sucks if your child fell asleep in the upright setting It’s not the rock n play I feel like the bassinet could have a better way to lock in to the base that wouldn’t trigger my anxiety I recommend this in general for your child to chill out in and especially if you have a child who has some more than average reflux going on. Not my favorite but not the worst thing by far. Absolutely a solid choice though.

3.0 out of 5 stars
By Mommy - Reviewed in the United States on March 9, 2019
I like it. I just hope my baby does.
I got this for about $150 + tax, so 25% less than MSRP. I don't know if I would have paid the $200 or not. A lot of reviews said that their babies outgrew it by 2 months old, and that's a lot of money for something they may outgrow quickly. 2 out of my 3 other kids were 100th percentile in height, but one was 20th, so time will tell. I also worry that my baby won't like it, as my son did not like the mamaRoo. It seems that most babies prefer a standard side-to-side swinging motion over these swaying contraptions. Still, I was drawn to this thing. I felt like it could take the place of a swing, a bassinet, and a bouncer. I had the Summer Infant Bentwood rocking bassinet with my last baby, and I did like it, but it did not plug in. It just had batteries, and it would stop after 20 minutes or so. I could barely take a shower before it would stop swishing and wake the baby. So I liked that this laid totally flat. Or so I thought. It does not lay completely flat. One of the reviewers said they put a bassinet mattress in this and made it a swaying bassinet, but I do not see how a mattress could lie flat enough to be safe in this thing. Not only does it not go all the way back, but the molded plastic bottom is significantly curved and doesn't go all the way to the edge, leaving places where the mattress could sag/dip. However, it does lay far enough back that I think it would make a good sleeper-- especially if your baby has reflux. And it sits far enough forward that I think the baby would be content awake in it long enough to fold a load of laundry or something. Another thing I like is that straps are removable, which makes washing so much easier. Anyone whose baby has had a major poop explosion in a swing can probably appreciate this. I also like that the padding in the (also removable) cushion is ample. The padding in Fisher-Price gear is far too thin. The base is hard plastic, but the cushion is thick enough that I think it will be okay. You could add a Noggin Nest or similar if you were worried about it, though. I only found two flaws. The first is that the loop on the nature sound feature is far too short and noticeable for me to use it, but I don't really care about sounds anyway. The second is that the vibration feature requires batteries- one D battery, to be specific. I'm not shocked by this, though. It's pretty standard. Warning: while the cushion, straps, and strap cover all come out easily for cleaning, the main cover (the furry trim around the edge, the mesh sides, and the fabric bottom under the removable cushion) does not seem to be removable. I worry that the furry stark-white edge will be hard to keep clean. This is why I took off one star. I will update once the baby is actually here & I will say how long it lasted us before baby no longer comfortably fit. UPDATE: After my husband and I both watched it spin, it catches when it goes to the right and this results in a jerky motion. We are returning it. I ordered a new one to see if it has the same issue.

3.0 out of 5 stars
By Yesi - Reviewed in the United States on July 1, 2019
Review
I'm rating this a 3 star because .. 1. The price was a good deal for the features it has. $105, but now I see it's $159 😳 2. The add says "batteries ARENT required", batteries are required and that's why I purchased it. You need batteries for the swing/motion to work. The charging adapter is only for the sounds. 3. The adapter needs to be plugged in at all times for the swing/motion to work. So youll need to be near an outlet at all times of use. 4. The reycliner says "ONE HAND USE" maybe it's just me or mines because I do have little hands, but it's pretty stiff/hard that I have to use two hands, but it's manageable. 5. The instructions are pretty self-explanatory, no tools needed, but I did have trouble understanding some parts as the ex. pictures didn't really help and the instructions basically say "put this tube here" 6. The music sounds scratchy. And 7. The motion swing is very very smooth even at the high speed. It's more of a glide. I'd probably be better off with a actual swing that swings back and forth and has more of a swing to it. So I'm hoping baby enjoys it. Other then that for the price I originally got it for before price going up was good. But you could probably fine something better if you're about to spend $159. These are just my nits and picks of what I think about the product. I will do an update once baby's here. UPDATE: my baby is now 4 months old. The first month she would nap all day in the chair if I was rocking it back and forth not really if the swing was gliding. I actually had to purchase another swing that actually swings I suppose you can say faster. I now just use it for her to sit in it. I'm actually planning on selling it already. Still wouldn't recommend this to someone