Baby Jumper Review: Fisher-Price Rainforest Jumperoo
|5 stars, 1 review|
Manufacturer: Fisher Price
Rainforest JumperooThe Fisher-Price Rainforest Jumperoo takes the average baby jumper to a whole new level. This interactive play seat has toys placed in five places and a 360-degree rotating seat so that no matter which way a baby turns its attention, there is something stimulating to do. There is even a spinning drum that activates music, lights and motion. This offers enough bells and whistles to keep a baby quite busy. Parents can be assured of proper motor, visual and auditory development.
At 18 pounds, this portable jumper is easy to collapse and store because it pivots into a nested position. Rather than the traditional A-frame, the frame for the Rainforest Jumperoo is round. Soft spring covers for the seating prevent finger or leg pinching, and a soft overhead canopy makes this a safe product for the baby to practice swatting.
This vibrant green and red jumper lets babies bounce around freely with all the necessary distractions. It certainly beats the old jumpers that could only hang from a door frame and offer limited mobility for babies.
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