BabaBing! RockOut Baby Bouncer

from BabaBing!
RRP  £45.00
BabaBing! RockOut Bouncy Chair

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2015 – Shortlisted for 'Best Bouncy Chair, Rocker or Seat' Award!

The BabaBing! RockOut Baby Bouncer doesn’t take up too much room, is easy to put up and folds flat for convenient storage and transportation. The colour is attractive and the adjustable toy bar is great; the hanging toys are also fun. The covers can be removed for washing and the chair is comfortable. It is, however, tough to rock and lacks some of the functionality (music, vibration etc.) of other similar products. The price is also high, considering that the product specifies a 0-6 month age range, which is quite menial. It needs some improving but is a decent product that is not bad value for money.

2014 – 'Bouncy Chair, Rocker or Seat' Award!

BabaBing!’s RockOut Baby Bouncer is affordable, comfortable and safe. It doesn't require assembling and folds flat, which makes it not only easy to store but easy to transport (and travel with). The chair has three positions (flat and two incline settings), with a 5-point safety harness to keep babe safely strapped in. Its rocking motion is smooth and steady, and the chair can also be used on a fixed setting (perfect for feeding).

It comes with an adjustable toy bar although the included toys are a bit dull (without squeaks or rattles) but it’s simple enough to add your own. The chair has a washable cover but underneath is fixed fabric, which if soiled would be difficult to clean. It is, however, great value for money – convenient, attractive and practical.

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BabaBing! RockOut Bouncy Chair

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