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Which jumperoo??

(7 Posts)
Wearegoingtobedlehem Sat 15-Dec-12 18:28:53

I had the rainforest one for my two dds, they are excellent albeit for a short spell. They do take up a lot of room, but as long as you have the space def go for it! grin

Fifi2406 Fri 14-Dec-12 19:14:00

I had the rainforest one for my son and he absolutely loved it! Couldn't recommend enough

BikeRunSki Thu 13-Dec-12 21:32:10

Do you realise that that take up absolutetly tonnes of room? We had (borrowed) teh one Oreo linked to. DD quite liked it from about 4-8 months, then learnt to crawl and walk and I was glad to see it go back to where it had come from.

skandi1 Thu 13-Dec-12 21:29:50

Rainforest jumparoo. It's the business. Both my two loved it!! And when my youngest was done with it, it still looked like new. The seat is washable in the machine and the rest is really sturdy plastic which can be cleaned with Milton if necessary.

I sold it on eBay and the lady who bought it said it looked absolutely new. I did still have the box and instructions for it but still. After two DC.

If its sold out in shops, second hand on eBay.

Jayne266 Thu 13-Dec-12 21:29:32

I have the ocean one and my friend has the rainforest one they are the same set up (ie 4 stations) with very similar toys she was gutted as I bought my second hand and had the same type of things in it as hers x.

Oreocrumbs Thu 13-Dec-12 21:28:20

This one DD had it and it was just fab. In stock on Amazon and a good price £72.97.

IveBeenGoodSantaIPromise Thu 13-Dec-12 21:24:25

Looking at getting my dd a jumperoo for Christmas. Any advice on which one to get? From reviews looks like rainforest is popular but sold out everywhere..been looking at second hand but rarely have the car as dh uses it for work so would be a pain to pick up. Does anyone have the animals of the world one?

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