- Se conecta a las puertas enmarcadas
- Mecanismo de cierre único para mayor seguridad
- Incluye 5 juguetes de desarrollo Sassy
- Máquina asiento lavable
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Se engancha fácilmente a los marcos de las puertas y cuenta con cinco juguetes desmontables. Tiene un mecanismo de cierre único y la funda del asiento es lavable a máquina. El saltador es adecuado para bebés a partir de 4 meses.
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My son has been a jumper since months before he was born. My internal organs were regularly beaten by his activity, as my heartburn attested. Sure enough, his habits didn't change outside the womb - he's been an active kicker every day of his life, and he's now nearly 6 months old! The first time we put him in a friend's bouncy seat, he bounced himself asleep, and we knew we had to get one for ourselves.
Unfortunately, our house was built in the 1930s, and the original trim is about 5.25" tall... and the depth of the door frame is about 7" thick! That's a pretty big clearance for a bouncy seat. We tried several different kinds, but none had a large enough clamp to fit around such a big door frame. This Sassy Seat, however, has a very deep clamp, and the belt across the bottom further secures it around the frame. It's the only one we've found that has worked for us. We even tried it with my 2-year-old toddler to really test its limits (see video) - while the clamp sways a little bit when she swings, where it's secured doesn't budge at all. Definite win!
(Sorry about the lack of audio on the first part of the video - my cell phone glitched. Audio starts about halfway through!)
The bonus toys that came with it are adorable. I love the cord cover things that come with it, too. The crackly one, especially, will entertain my son for a good while as he tries to crackle it into his mouth. The swing seat itself is secured on to the metal frame of the swing by a combination of zipper and Velcro, so it's nice and easy to remove and wash.
I now want a swing for upstairs and one for downstairs, so we'll be buying another of these for sure!
At the time he was just over 6 months old and was still getting the hang of sitting independently so I thought maybe he just doesn't have the body control yet to use this one so we waited... tried it again at 7 months same thing, tried packing towels and blankets around him to give him some more support and still no luck. Tried it again at 8 months... same thing.
In the meantime we brought that Graco Bumper Jumper to my parents house and it works every bit as good as I'd hoped he was able to jump in it with ease and steady himself no problem. I really wish they offered a larger clip size for those of us with older homes with wide trim boards.
For our house we're looking at buying a stationary jumparoo because this just isn't working and our son loves to jump.
Well constructed and fit over our larger door frame.
It can be a bit of a wrestling match getting the baby out of the jumper. That's not necessarily a bad thing as I'm glad he fits in it snuggly.
My baby is on the larger end of the spectrum (20+lbs). If he leaned over and too far to one side, he started to dive head-first into the ground. That happened about 2 times. Given this, you want to ensure the baby is situated squarely in the middle and it's probably best to have some time of carpeting/padding under him/her just in case you are unable to keep him/her from tumbling over.