Elmo Giggle & Shake Chair by Marshmallow

September 25, 2017 - Comment
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(as of September 26, 2017 10:28 pm GMT - Details)

Sit back and enjoy endless laughs with Elmo. The Elmo Giggle & Shake Chair is more than just a place to take a load off — it has fun and interactive features, like sound and vibration. Sit on Elmo and hear him giggle and shake. Or, open the back pocket and turn off the sound and vibration feature for quiet time.

With Elmo’s 3-D facial features and outstretched arms, the Giggle & Shake Chair is a delightful sanctuary for little sitters. Includes surface-washable fabric cover. Requires 2 “C” batteries, not included. Measures 15″L x 20″W x 21″H. Holds up to 100 pounds. No Assembly required.

Product Features

  • Sit on Elmo to hear him giggle & shake!

Comments

BusyBShoppin says:

Great Little Chair! If you have an Elmo lover in your life, this is a must! We got this for my daughter when she was about 12 months old. She loves to bring all of her books to her Elmo chair and “read” them.This chair is the perfect size for a young toddler up to I’d say about 5 years old.He giggles and giggles and this makes her so happy!This chair is pretty sturdy and balanced.We push it up against the wall so she won’t tumble backwards because she does enjoy leaning back. It’s very light and can easily be moved by her. She is now 17 months old and still is LOVING this chair! She talks to him snd plays with him. It’s adorable!!!Kids just love to have things made in their size!Definitely recommend!

F. Edmunds says:

cute, but scared of giggle and shake My one year old daughter has loved anything Elmo since she was about 6 months old, so we had to get this for her for her first birthday. She loves looking at it and snuggling with the soft furry fabric, but she is scared when he giggles and shakes, so we keep it turned off. Also, when we put her in it to sit, she can’t sit back all the way because of Elmo’s eyes/nose. Will be getting her another plan chair that she can actually use.

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