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Baby Bjorn seat - anyone used one?

(9 Posts)
milkyman Sun 07-Feb-16 08:38:44

I've seen one secondhand for 50pds and am tempted!

SavoyCabbage Sun 07-Feb-16 08:40:28

Bouncy chair? Best bouncy chair ever!

milkyman Sun 07-Feb-16 08:41:48

Yes the bouncy chair one.

ByThePrickingOfMyThumbs Sun 07-Feb-16 08:43:45

They're alright. I had one. And while DD liked it, she didn't like it any more than the much cheaper one we had for my mum's house. I wouldn't spend the extra money on it again.

Onlygirljen Sun 07-Feb-16 09:31:56

Best bouncy seat ever, my DS absolutely loved his. You can take it anywhere, it's really easy to fold up and take to other houses etc. If you can find the toy bar for it, that's great too.

Daffodil1210 Sun 07-Feb-16 09:44:50

Yes we love ours - my DS still fits in it at 8 months (just about!). It's so much more stable than others, has 3 different recline settings and is great for travelling as it folds up and takes up far less room in the car. It isn't all-singing-all-dancing but does what it needs to well.

c737 Sun 07-Feb-16 12:50:51

I love mine, best purchase I ever made for my 4 month old as its really upright and he can see everything that's going ok, and he also loves playing with the little attachment toy line that goes across the front

SweetAdeline Sun 07-Feb-16 13:04:36

I got mine for £10 at a nearly new sale! shock

I think they're brilliant but I'm not sure if that is a good price or not.

Runningbutnotscared Mon 08-Feb-16 00:21:43

I have to agree with thumbs ^^, my baby liked it no more or less that the mothercare cheapie at my parents house.
Spending extra may get you a pretty bouncer but it won't get you a more effective one.

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