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Gear Thursday: Bloom coco lounger

This is one of those baby furniture pieces that you're not embarrassed to have out when friends come over. Bloom's coco lounger comes in a lot of color options. It is self rocking, light weight and could hold up to 26lbs (I just looked weight by baby age and realized that could be anywhere from 1-2 years old in case you didn't know.)

Each single-piece frame comes in two material styles; patented stylewood (in natural or cappuccino), which from what I can tell is Bloom's fancy word for bent wood, and plexistyle (in clear, ebony or ivory), which is their fancy word for bent plexi.

The seat pads come in 9 color options and have a 5 point safety harness to keep your little one snug.

Other cool features are that like all of Bloom's products the coco loungers are
  • made from sustainable materials
  • lead free
  • bpa free
  • phthalate free
  • PVC free
  • heavy metal free
  • AZO dye free
Sadly the coco lounger will not have a place in our home. A friend gave us their Jacadi Transat. While I believe it comes in a couple colors I think it only comes in French.

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