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We bought one of these for our second baby, after realising with our first that rocking them to sleep can be an arduous and painful back experience.
This swing is big (so make sure you have the room in your house). It is about hip height and the same width as about two normal bouncers. It has six different speed settings for the rocking action, and the baby is held by a safety harness and play table in a nice comfortable chair. It plays several different musical sounds (like classical music or animal noises) and the volume can be easily adjusted. The play table that sits in front of the baby is really useful as you can put toys on, or they can just bang things on it whenever they want to be REALLY noisy.
Above the baby, there is a mobile that attaches to the frame and has three neutral colour toys on board. This does not move by itself as there is no turning mechanism, but it moves sufficiently when the chair is rocking.
The seat is comfortable and slightly padded, and the covers come off really easily for cleaning.
The best bit about this chair is that it really does work. I don't know of a baby who doesn't fall asleep when in the buggy or car seat, so this can ultimately be recreated in the comfort of your own home. It frees up your hands from rocking at a time when you really need a break.
Suitable from birth until about eleven months (in my experience) this is a fab buy. It is sadly quite pricey (between £40 and £80 depending on where you shop), so shop around for a bargain, as they always seem to be on offer somewhere. Mine came from Kiddicare for £35 and was worth every penny!
The swept style frame blends flowing lines, ideal proportions and purposeful details to define quality and comfort. The fabric covered mobile creates a sophisticated look that includes 3 plush mobile toys for visual stimulation. For added comfort this swi