Tell Fisher-Price: No iPad bouncy seats for infants!

There are so many awful screen products for babies these days, but the Fisher-Price Newborn-to-Toddler Apptivity™ Seat for iPad® device is the worst yet. It’s a bouncy seat for an infant – with a place for an iPad directly above the baby’s face, blocking his or her view of the rest of the world. And because screens can be mesmerizing and babies are strapped down and “safely" restrained, it encourages parents to leave infants all alone with an iPad. To make matters even worse, Fisher-Price is marketing the Apptivity Seat - and claiming it’s educational - for newborns.

It’s wrong to create a product whose very existence suggests that it’s fine to leave babies as young as newborns alone and with an iPad inches from their face. Please take a moment to tell Geoff Walker, Executive Vice President of Fisher-Price, to pull the plug immediately on the Newborn-to-Toddler Apptivity Seat.

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Number Date Name Location
13214 1 day ago Agnès NONNON FR
13213 2 days ago Anonymous Tappan, NY , US
13212 3 days ago Anonymous OK ,
13211 6 days ago DEBRA WINSKI Los Angeles, CA , US
13210 1 week ago Anonymous OR ,
13209 2 weeks ago Mikayla Brink Traverse City, MI , US Please stop the selling of this Apptivity seat! This is very harmful for children as they should have little to no screen time until they are much older.
13208 3 weeks ago gail Dennison Ventura, CA , US This kind of enforced looking at one near-point plane, and with baby's natural motion constrained, amounts to careless neglect. Please recall this app.
13207 4 weeks ago salley robertson
13206 4 weeks ago Renee Herman Frankfort, MI ,
13205 4 weeks ago Jennifer Hollenberg Amsterdam, NL
13204 4 weeks ago Bethany Dugan Traverse City, MI , US
13203 1 month ago Anonymous BC , CA
13202 1 month ago Jamie-Lee Cavill AU
13201 1 month ago Anonymous
13200 1 month ago Michael Baker Jacksonville Beach, FL , US 1) Screen time is bad for babies. The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends NO screen time for babies under
2. Time spent with an iPad is time not spent on the floor building core muscl...
13199 1 month ago Anonymous
13198 1 month ago michelle gould oak view, CA , US Abominable!
13197 1 month ago Fran Lowe Sheffield, GB I am speechless! What an appalling idea. Please please take this terrible thing off the market.
13196 1 month ago Emily Adams Sheffield, ot , GB
13195 1 month ago Gabrielle Petersen Sonora, CA , US I have a toddler and would never have allowed my child to sit in a chair with an I-Pad screen attached to it.
13194 1 month ago Cassidy Stebe MI ,
13193 1 month ago Lindsay Ryon Traverse City, MI , US
13192 1 month ago Lisa Kumpula
13191 1 month ago Iulia Basmanova
13190 1 month ago C Calderon NY , US
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