Feeding and sleeping time is a lot more soothing for babies and moms; thanks to Naomi Home glider’s silky smooth, gliding motion and soft, comfy padded seats, back rest, and arm rests. There’s something unique and special about this glider that makes it an easy pick for moms who insists on having both quality and added value.
If you’re like most moms, the first thing you will do when you see a glider this good is to check the price. For a wooden glider, it could go around 200 to 300 dollars. Upholstered gliders would be twice as much. The good news is, with this glider, you pay less – a lot less. And here’s the best part: it comes with its own matching ottoman.
Since there are moms who are already happy with the glider or they want to have a little extra for their baby’s needs, ottomans are made optional in some gliders and therefore sold as a separate unit. With this one, you won’t have to think of it as an option. They both go together in the same box. And the price? It’s definitely hard to beat.
What comes to mind next is, how long would it last? The glider itself is pretty light (25 pounds) which speaks something about the wood it’s made of. However, it can withstand up to 250 pounds (mom plus the baby’s weight) with normal use. It also has some decent polyester cushion for the seat, back and arms which can be easily detached for hassle-free cleaning. Comfortable enough, but could be better.
When it comes to features and functionalities, this glider and ottoman set offers the bare minimum. Pretty useful, although it lacks some of the features found in more expensive brands. First, it does not recline or tilt all the way back. However, it does glide very smoothly and with very little noise. The back is also a little too short. It’s definitely suited for moms less than 5 foot six inches tall. For taller moms, you might want to consider something else.
Another useful feature which you won’t find in this glider is the locking mechanism. This should keep the glider from sliding or being pushed away while you stand up or trying to reach for something. To make up for this, the glider’s seat is quite low, so moms won’t have to worry about locking it before standing up. There are also some minor concerns about the glider’s cushion, particularly in the arm rest area, but not really something that can’t be dealt with.
By the looks of it, this glider has all that it takes to make every mom want to have one in their homes. It may not have all the features and useful extras found in more expensive gliders, but considering the money you save and the satisfying experience of feeding and putting your baby to sleep with greater ease, paying a little over a hundred dollars for a glider and ottoman is not so bad at all.