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Bumbo Baby Sitter (Aqua) For £20.98 @ Amazon

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6y, 10m agoFound 6 years, 10 months ago
This item was posted a few months ago when it was a few pounds more expensive at Amazon. The Bumbo Baby Sitter (Aqua) is now only £20.98 with free delivery.

Many people in the older thread thought these were excellent devices for babies. At first glance, I thought it was for Potty Training, but it's not - it's a special handy seat to support your baby in an upright position.

It also gets good ratings on Amazon and Argos.

* The Bumbo is made from a soft, lightweight, non-toxic material
* It can be used on any flat surface
* Durable and easy to clean
* The Bumbo supports your baby in comfort in an upright position
* There are no uncomfortable straps to worry about
* Ideal for babies from around 4 months to a year and beyond!
* Bumbos are suitable for children up to 10kg in weight
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#1
These are fab, I used mine from about 3 months and my baby loved it!!!
#2
Been looking at these for a while now but thought they were very expensive - but for this price am gonna get one. Thanks :thumbsup:
#3
My daughter has been using her bumbo seat for over nine months, she is small. We use it now for feeding when we are at the grandparents.
The seat works loads better with the little tray.
#4
These are really good if your child isn't tall enough at 4 months or so that they can push their feet down and tip them over. My daughter was only 76cm then but was strong enough to tip herself forward by digging her feet into the rug. My friend had it off me after then and managed with it until her daughter was 5 months. Paid about £20 in boots for them a couple of years ago.
Just watch out for the nutters that complain as their child fell off the worktop in the kitchen as they thought it was a good idea to pop the baby there whilst cooking.
#5
When we had our little girl the midwives ran through a list of baby products that were useful and that weren't. The Bumbo was on the list of bad things because it forces children to sit before they are strong enough to. I'm sure with responsible use they are fine but we decided not to risk it.

The other things not to buy were bumpers for the cot so the baby doesn't press their face up against them during the night and heart monitor pads because the baby roles off them and sets the pad off several times a night.
#6
good price and fantastic for babies. My niece is 9 months now and has been using hers from about 4 months. It's absolutely brilliant!
#7
Great price ..but we didn't use ours as much as I had hoped. Our first little one had a tednancy to push his feet down to the floor and so almost filp it over. Maybe we didn't use if from early on enough and he felt restricted? We'll try it out again with our 2nd.

We also have the the tray too. Which was very useful.
#8
good price, we paid about £35 for ours when our son was about 4 months old - good to use insead of highchair - handy to take to other peoples houses if you're feeding there
#9
Paulnug
When we had our little girl the midwives ran through a list of baby products that were useful and that weren't. The Bumbo was on the list of bad things because it forces children to sit before they are strong enough to. I'm sure with responsible use they are fine but we decided not to risk it.

The other things not to buy were bumpers for the cot so the baby doesn't press their face up against them during the night and heart monitor pads because the baby roles off them and sets the pad off several times a night.


I would have to disagree on the comments about the heart monitor. We used one monitor (breathing) for over a year with our 1st and it's in use with the 2nd. No false alarms. If anyone is interested the link is here http://www.babymonitorsdirect.co.uk/movement_and_heartbeat_baby_monitors/babysense_2_baby_movement_monitor.html the pack came with two pads and they are so thin they go under the mattress and baby doesn't roll off them. Personally I was happy not to use a monitor but it helped my wife relax knowing baby was breathing. If she is calm...we are all calm :whistling: Oh we also had bumpers as our little one kept banging his head!!!! These worked for us too. However every child is different and what is good for one may not be for another so I'm not encouraging the use.
#10
This is a great piece of kit and well worth the full price let alone this cut price making it a hot bargin.

You can also get a tray for it which is useful
banned#11
Good price for my baby. thanks for my posting
#12
Voted hot as this is cheaper than the trade price. Plus a bumbo weighs over 2KG in it's box so is not cheap to post so the free delivery makes it an absolute bargain.
Also might be worth noting that although this is still a popular product a lot of parents are now rating the cushi tush higher which is cheaper than the Bumbo to start with and comes with the tray attached
#13
I came to the conclusion that these are mainly useful for those with docile babies. Had friends rave about them so got one for second baby, but found that he just didn't fancy being forced to sit in it (it effectively traps the baby in to get them to stay sat). He just kept doing everything he could to try and get out of it. On the other hand, I've seen friends' babies just sit in them without moving and being quite happy. If you can try one out before buying, I would.
#14
I paid £30+ for a lime green one - my daughter had such chubby legs she couldn't fit in it!!!!:w00t:
#15
i had two and both times my son fell out of it and i know others that have had the same thing happened.
#16
This is a great price. I managed to get one of ours for £24 new once then sold it on ebay when done for more.

Hot
#17
uglybeautyqueen
i had two and both times my son fell out of it and i know others that have had the same thing happened.


It does say in the instructions NOT to leave them unsupervised.

Has anyone tried the little trays you can get to clip on makes it into a mini highchair really hand for out and about especially camping!!
#18
Good price, mediocre product. I agree with previous posters in that only 'docile' babies will get any worthwhile use out of it.
#19
We got one off ebay for a fiver. Baby loved it and still does. Hot deal for a new one though so heat added.
#20
when our son was 6 months old he managed to use this to stand up, all be it with the seat stuck to his behind, took it back as we didnt think it was safe :(
#21
BabySmurfette
I paid £30+ for a lime green one - my daughter had such chubby legs she couldn't fit in it!!!!:w00t:


+1

If like my daughter, your little one had "chubby" thighs, Its a little more difficult getting them in and out, and most of the time when I lifted my daughter out, the bumbo came with her!
#22
Rich44
It does say in the instructions NOT to leave them unsupervised.

Has anyone tried the little trays you can get to clip on makes it into a mini highchair really hand for out and about especially camping!!


he wasn't unsupervised, i was playing with him at the time
#23
It's a personal thing, but our baby didn't get on with fit. Maybe he'd already gotten too chubby?!

Although this might be a good price, it is a lot of money for what it is. We got ours off eBay for a lot less.
#24
Yup - the trays are great for feeding time. Our littleun loves it - she's only ever happy when upright (doesnt like lying down!!), so it's perfect for her. Feeding times are easy as you can just clip the table onto the seat, and Voila - small portable high-chair!!
#25
mr_deals
I would have to disagree on the comments about the heart monitor. We used one monitor (breathing) for over a year with our 1st and it's in use with the 2nd. No false alarms. If anyone is interested the link is here http://www.babymonitorsdirect.co.uk/movement_and_heartbeat_baby_monitors/babysense_2_baby_movement_monitor.html the pack came with two pads and they are so thin they go under the mattress and baby doesn't roll off them. Personally I was happy not to use a monitor but it helped my wife relax knowing baby was breathing. If she is calm...we are all calm :whistling: Oh we also had bumpers as our little one kept banging his head!!!! These worked for us too. However every child is different and what is good for one may not be for another so I'm not encouraging the use.


I couldn't agree more. We're onto our second little girl now and the 2 are completely different. Our first girl pretty much stayed where you put her even when she started crawling. You practically have to staple our youngers babygro to the floor if you want to keep her in the one place. Although, this is not a technique recommended by any mid-wife or baby book I've read. In fact, forget I said it :oops:
#26
good price for ok product
#27
We had one of these and my daughter loved it. Makes a good Hat as well!!!!
#30
cuppachaa;7655532


That is an Amazon marketplace seller - selling 1.
#31
these are brilliant, our little one loved it, hot!
#32
We bought one for our son who never really used it because he twisted and managed to fall out, roll on 2 years and at 5 month his sister is doing exactly the same thing, she twists and gets out of it
#33
This deal has been included in Bitterwallet's deals of the day!


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#34
Think i`ll go for a pink one.
Are there any other decent,safe seats for babys,my daughter is 6.5 months old now and sits up well.
Just looking for something safe,would never forgive myself if i bought one of these and she fell out.
#35
these are fab!!! great price!!!
#36
great price, ordered!
#37
very have the tray for £5
#38
1616french
Think i`ll go for a pink one.
Are there any other decent,safe seats for babys,my daughter is 6.5 months old now and sits up well.
Just looking for something safe,would never forgive myself if i bought one of these and she fell out.


trust me, your 6 month old will not fall out of this :)
#39
uglybeautyqueen
he wasn't unsupervised, i was playing with him at the time


So whats the problem then?
#40
hunter82
very have the tray for £5


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