Lindam Baby Bouncer Reviews
Product Type: Lindam baby products
Description:Brand: Lindam / Equipment Type: Bouncers / Watch the smiles. Designed for safety, quality and ease of use. Exercise can be good fun. A little time in the bouncer each day can be good preparation for learning to walk.
Newest Review: ... when I started using it she would tend to fall forward init making her feet lift up ito the air like a flying action, which I ... more
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Customer Lindam Baby Bouncer Reviews (29)
by - written on 09/02/11 (Very useful, 150 readings)
Freddy absolutely loves to bounce, it must be one of his favourite physical activities, if not the favourite. Up until about a month ago he would bounce like a crazy baby in his Leapfrog Activity Station, but he was getting just a little too enthusiastic and was giving me minor heart attacks every time he tried to launch himself into space. So what's a Mum to do, my knees were starting to get a little bruised so I brought out the door bouncer that we had bought when he was four months old and then put away as he didn't really being in it (and it was rather too much hassle spending ten minutes strapping him in for two minutes of play). The door bouncer in question is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/08/11 (Very useful, 38 readings)
This is a review of the Lindam baby bouncer we bought for my daughter as she constantly wants to be on her feet and any activity is a welcome break for our arms! Price and colour The bouncer cost around £20 from Argos and is bright blue, yellow with a red body holster. It reminds me of Stewie Griffin's outfit from Family Guy which just makes me laugh every time she is in it! Putting it together I missed out on this bit as my sister grabbed the box off me and after a few maneouveurs with the straps had it all put together. She assures me that it was simple. Adjustments Important to the correct usage is that the straps are ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/09/10 (Very useful, 47 readings)
When she was younger my daughter was always full of beans and I felt we really needed something where she could release some of her energy. I looked at lots of different bouncers, but I always feel that it is better to get well known brands to insure they are of good quality. I saw this lindam baby bouncer in Argos, and I immediately thought it looked good. I got the orange version, but they also come in pink and blue. The lindam baby bouncer attaches firmly to the door frame (I would definitely check it a couple of times to insure it's attacked properly) it has an upside down T shape which contains the springs to allow baby to bounce. This also holds the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/09/10, updated on 01/09/10 (Very useful, 88 readings)
Age level - I don't think I can give a specific age level for this product, because each baby develops at a different pace. This product should not be used before baby can comfortably support their own head for a period of time. I chose this product after careful research. One of the main reasons for my decision was that the straps are held well away from baby's neck. I know all of the modern bouncers are meant to prevent the straps strangling the child but this did look the safest. Some of the old bouncers actually did result in some deaths, something to be wary of if taking a very old one out of storage or home from a boot sale. That said, I did my ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/07/10, updated on 16/09/10 (Very useful, 87 readings)
When I first set eyes on these Lindam Baby Bouncers I was rather dubious about how safe they could be. After all no parent wants to risk the safety of their child just for the sake of trying out the latest gimmicky gadget to hit the shops. But having previously owned and used a door mounted baby bouncer, I felt we knew what to look for and what to look out for. ********************************************************** This Lindham Baby Bouncer has many features which I like. First and foremost any item of this type MUST have a strong and safe means of attaching itself to the door frame that you are going to use as the main support for the bouncer. ... Read the complete review
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