Ingenuity Cozy Kingdom baby bouncer with vibration and melodies - WAS £50, NOW £29.99 at George (Asda). FREE C&C
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Ingenuity Cozy Kingdom baby bouncer with vibration and melodies - WAS £50, NOW £29.99 at George (Asda). FREE C&C

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Posted 28th Dec 2018Edited by:"squiff"
WAS £50, now £29.99. Next cheapest appears to be £39.50 at Amazon.co.uk

Free click & collect or £2.99 (I think?) delivery.

"Give your baby a safe place to relax with the Ingenuity Cozy Kingdom bouncer. The Cosy Kingdom designed bouncer will surround your little ones with soft fabrics and adorable jungle characters which will keep them entertained.

Designed with parenthood in mind.™ Growing babies are active, so give them a safe place to bounce and play with the Ingenuity™ Cradling Bouncer™. With extra-thick cushioning, non-slip feet, and quick-release toy bar, infants can safely bounce to their heart’s delight. Designed for infants up to 20 lbs., the jungle-themed Cradling Bouncer accommodates babies as they grow.

A comforting vibration enhances the appeal of the bouncer and gently comforts infants. For quick cleanup, the removable seat pad is machine-washable for easy maintenance and care. The colorful toy bar includes a cuddly elephant and a plush lion sure to delight baby as they sway with the gentle vibration of the bouncer. The Cozy Kingdom™ bouncer also plays seven of baby’s favorite melodies to relax and soothe."
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Great price if you can nab one of these!
Gollywood5 m ago

Great price if you can nab one of these!


We bought one in the last Asda baby event and they were £30 - the deal for that got quite warm.
Check eBay first.... I got one for £25.00 inc postage
vlharding156 m ago

Check eBay first.... I got one for £25.00 inc postage


Please share listing.

Are these good?
2 months ago... I searched everywhere for best price and found on eBay bnib for £25.00. My little girl is now 11 weeks old and she loves it 🏻
meem25 m ago

Please share listing.Are these good?


Some parents on Mumsnet call them "sanity savers" as they mean you can put baby down for a moment whilst you do something else.
From Birth to 1 Month
saam773 h, 58 m ago

From Birth to 1 Month


No they're not!
Not comfortable for the newborn few reviews say.
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