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Simple, portable and effective
One Giant Sleep for Babykind
Does your little one wake up as soon as the buggy stops moving?
The Rockit will keep rocking so you don’t have to!
Created to help parents on the go, this handy must-have accessory keeps babies moving and snoozing. Simply attach to your pram or pushchair with the universal bracket, push the button and adjust the speed to gently rock your baby, just like you would.
In fact scientific tests show the vibration level closely mimics the normal hand rocking of a pushchair and the subtle yet soothing movement is gentler than a pushchair moving over paving stones.
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How does it work?
When you are on a train moving at a constant speed there is no acceleration forwards and backwards - just motion from side to side (think how you sway as you walk through a carriage). The same is true when a baby is pushed along a pavement in a buggy or pram. Rockit inventor Dr Nick Webb (PhD in Sound and Vibration Engineering) noticed his three-month-old daughter Abby would wake as soon as this motion stopped. He developed the Rockit to generate the same side-to-side motion so baby believes the buggy is still rolling along. Now you can stop for a rest and they’ll be none the wiser.
Safe to use from birth onwards
The Rockit is not a toy, but we have tested it to the toughest 0-36 month toy standards anyway. It’s better to be safe than sorry.
Showerproof - Use inside and out
Rockit has been tested to IPX1. This isn’t ‘Rockit Science’ it just means it’s showerproof and safe to use outside. Avoid prolonged exposure to rain or heavy rain.
Quiet motor with adjustable speed
The motor is so quiet (our boffins tell us 40 decibels) it could even be used in a library. The speed can be adjusted to give the perfect gentle rock for your child.
Fits prams, pushchairs, buggies and strollers
The clever little bracket fits securely to tubes of different shapes and sizes. You simply click the Rockit into place as soon as you need it.
Gentle 30 minute rocking cycle
The Rockit has a built in timer which turns off after 30 minutes. It can be re-started by simply pressing the on/off button
Up to 60 hours battery life*
Takes 4 AA batteries. 60 hour battery life measured when Rockit was used vertically at the slowest speed. That’s an hour a day for 2 months (*60 hour battery life measured when Rockit was used vertically at the slowest speed. That’s an hour a day for 2 months.)
Use it out and about - With your baby content by your side you can enjoy a coffee with friends, read a book in peace and manage the supermarket checkout with both hands.
Use it at home - Gain those few extra minutes to unpack the shopping. Avoid late night walks around the block or long treks to keep baby asleep. Relax, The Rockit has got it covered.
Quiet Motor - The motor is so quiet it won’t disturb your baby, or anyone else for that matter.
60 Hours Battery Life - Tests have shown that the Rockit works for up to 60 hours on one set of batteries* (*60 hour battery life measured when Rockit was used vertically at the slowest speed. That’s an hour a day for 2 months.)
Aah! Relax... - A content baby means a happy and relaxed parent.
Rockit - The Award Winning Portable Baby Rocker
The Rockit Portable Baby Rocker for Prams, Pushchairs, Strollers and Buggies
How to Attach and Operate the Rockit Portable Baby Rocker
9.5 x 8.6 x 15.5 cm
4 X AA (Good quality alkaline batteries such as Duracell Gold, Ever Ready Gold or Energiser Plus)
Three Dads, One Mission
The Rockit was developed by Nick, Matt and Matt, three regular dads with seven children between them. Nick’s three-month-old daughter Abby would only sleep in the pushchair when it was moving and would wake up as soon as Nick stopped at the supermarket checkout or paused for a well-earned coffee. He noticed this problem affected other weary parents and decided to make a prototype rocker. It worked and the very next day Abby remained asleep even when the pushchair stopped moving.
Nick set about developing the prototype with product designers Matt Dyson, Matt Sparrow and Gary Pyper they turned the model into The Rockit, a rocket shaped portable baby rocker. Two years later and with backing from the Design Council, the Rockit has become an award-winning baby essential, ready to safely soothe babies up and down the country. Mission complete!