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Joovy, a trusted American provider of infant and child accessories, has done it again. The Spoon fuses both walker and highchair into one essential product. The Spoon offers one central location for eating, playtime and developing the skills to walk on their own.
The Spoon is great for meals or snacks with an extra large front tray providing an insert that can be removed so you can wipe it down or even put it in the dishwasher. The high gloss finish means it’s a super easy clean up. Is mealtime over? Then it’s time to play. That super sized tray now transforms into a great stage for your child’s favorite toys and puzzles.
The Spoon is also built with an ultra-wide base, providing strength, stability and most importantly – safety. A wider base means less chance of little fingers getting pinched when they bump into a wall or piece of furniture. No reach = no ouchies. The seat is fully padded and machine washable. It’s made with 600D material which means it has luggage level durability, but a soft supportive feel. The high back means your child can cruise in comfort.
- Three height positions
- Intended for children who are able to sit upright unassisted
- Up to 30 lbs and/or 33.5 inches tall
- Steel reinforced
- Oversized wheels and non-slip pads
- Meets all government safety standards and stair safety. Please use a gate to keep stairs out of reach.
- 4 colors available: Blueberry, Charcoal, Greenie and Purpleness
The Spoon also folds flat for ease when storing or traveling. Spoon walkers require minimal assembly – remove from the box, install the seat pad and you’re ready to go. Did you know? The Spoon is also entirely BPA, PVC and Phthalate Free. JPMA certified.
The Spoon retails for $99.99 – order online
One (1) RJC reader will win a Joovy Spoon Walker/Highchair – winner’s choice of color.
Giveaway ends September 18, 2012 @ 11:59 pm EST. Open to US Residents, 18+
Winner will be notified via email provided on the entry form and have 48 hours to respond and claim prize or a new winner will be selected. Prizing courtesy of Joovy.