Fisher-Price Smart Stages 3 in 1 Rocker Swing £73.99 @ Argos -  5 pounds off when you spend 50 and 10 off if its 100
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Fisher-Price Smart Stages 3 in 1 Rocker Swing £73.99 @ Argos - 5 pounds off when you spend 50 and 10 off if its 100

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Found 8th May 2009
* Suitable from birth.

* 3 products in one!

* A full-size open-top swing, an infant seat and a toddler rocker.

* Seat easily removes from the swing frame so mum can move baby around the house or can put the swing frame away when the child is older.

* 2 soothing speeds, 5 songs with volume control and a removable toybar with 2 soft removable toys.

* The seat has a fold-out kickstand for feeding or sleeping.

* As baby grows, the seat converts to a toddler rocking chair.

* Fabric style may vary.

* Requires 4 x D batteries (not included).

* Swing suitable for a maximum weight of 11kg, rocker for maximum of 18kg.

* Fabric colours may vary.

6 Comments

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i bought this and took it back its useless , not very powerful and my son wanst impressed. Spend £90 on the JUmperoo , much better value for money

seems decent - jumperoo comment not really valid as they are for kids older than this is aimed at.

brilly;5163724

seems decent - jumperoo comment not really valid as they are for kids … seems decent - jumperoo comment not really valid as they are for kids older than this is aimed at.



fail

This has starting age of birth but suppose to be for 1 year and beyond.

Jumperoo is for approx 3/4 months plus .

So they targetted at exactly same age only difference is the product shown is for earlier too.

My comment is valid as lots of parents wouldnt spend or be able to afford to spend £80 on this and then few weeks later £90 on the jumperoo. And since ive used both products and im sure you havent ive every right to comment

i bought this for my son, and now using it for my second, i have found it quite good, the only downside i have with it is the frame is quite large so makes it difficult to store, but atm, both my boys love the chair, and it is much more practical than those kinda springy lay own boucer thingy's

DIVA1977;5174975

failThis has starting age of birth but suppose to be for 1 year and … failThis has starting age of birth but suppose to be for 1 year and beyond.Jumperoo is for approx 3/4 months plus .So they targetted at exactly same age only difference is the product shown is for earlier too.My comment is valid as lots of parents wouldnt spend or be able to afford to spend £80 on this and then few weeks later £90 on the jumperoo. And since ive used both products and im sure you havent ive every right to comment


fail?...at the internet..o...k..

targeted at exactly the same age - oh yeah, apart from the error you pointed out above which was that this can be used from birth and a jumperoo cant.

that aside as its basically irrelevant, they are different products.

This is a product to calm and soothe with the bonus of being able to be used as a chair as well which can be carried about and/or used quickly when needed.
a jumperoo is an entertainment device designed to occupy your childs time and excite it.
many kids love a jumperoo (some dont) but
it is not calming
its not portable
its not relevant to this topic.

oh and 'ive used these products you haven't ner ner ner' as well as being wrong doesn't really apply as you decided to send this back because you just didn't understand it.
You are right i dont have this and a jumperoo, however as a parent with a swing and a separate chair with rocker as well as a jumperoo i think i am just as qualified to comment on this and more so as i can actually see the use of each product so forming a valid opinion.
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