Chicco Hoopla Baby Bouncer review

from Chicco
RRP  £59.99
Chicco Hoopla Rocker Chair

by Clare Bradley |
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Suitable from birth up to 9ks (6 months, or until baby can sit unaided), Chicco’s Hoopla Baby Bouncer offers a multi-position backrest, enabling baby to relax, play or feed, as well as an adjustable headrest to ensure baby’s comfort.

The harness features two clips either side of a central support and the bouncer’s ergonomic booster not only prevents baby from overheating but makes the chair more accurately adjustable to the proportions of each little user. Controls at the front of the product, which can be a bit stiff, adapt the Hoopla into a fixed position or a rocking chair and although the bouncer has no music feature or vibration mechanism, an easily-removable toy bar ensures that baby is entertained for as long as necessary.

The Hoopla is a lightweight design with carry handles, making it easy to move, but is quite bulky and takes up a lot of space when travelling. It is, however, a robust product, made with high quality materials, and will easily see families through multiple babies – making it great value for money.

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Product Information

Chicco Hoopla Rocker Chair

Dimensions: 46 x 60 x 32/62 cm

Weight: 3.5 kg

Suitable from Birth

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