With two designs to choose from, this bouncer looks pleasant and ticks all of the basic boxes - even if it isn’t the snazziest product on the market
The Red Kite Cozy Bouncer came up trumps in terms of budget options, and our tester was very impressed with what you get for your money.
It has a reasonable bouncing action, a detachable toy bar and has musical and soft vibration options, too. We were also excited to find that it comes with a detachable padded headhugger to provide support for younger babies, and a support strap and non-slip feet to keep your little one secure.
It was fairly straightforward to assemble in comparison to some of the other bouncers tested and, at the amazing price of £26, our reviewer thought it gave great value for money.
It isn’t fancy, but it’ll do everything a bouncer needs to do for the first six months of your baby’s life. Cheap and cheerful, and suitable from birth, it’s a good bouncer at a very reasonable price.
Age: Birth to six months
Dimensions: W50 x D60 x H48 cm
Product weight: 2.3 kg
Resale value: £12
Available in a brightly coloured spots pattern, too.
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