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Best Basic Baby Bouncer

11 replies

CoffeeMonkey · 20/02/2021 10:07

Morning Everyone,

Can anyone recommend good baby bouncers, hoping not to spend anymore than £50-£70 so probably one without lights/ sounds/ vibrations etc?

We are looking for a bouncer rather than a rocker as we have the Shnuggle Moses basket that can invert into a rocker, and are hoping for something baby can bounce themselves in as they get bigger & stronger.

Many thanks!

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Himawarigirl · 20/02/2021 10:12

The baby bjorn one is good. Expensive but lots of my friends had ones they picked up second hand if that’s an option. We had a super basic one with nothing on it, but three kids have been v happy in it. So no need to spend loads.

NameChange30 · 20/02/2021 10:14

Another vote for the Baby Bjorn, we have it and it's still going strong for DC2. Great piece of kit. As PP said you can get them second hand. The fabric is machine washable and the frame is easily cleaned.

ohidoliketobe · 20/02/2021 10:17

Had a chicco hoopla for DD and going to buy one for when DC#3 arrives in c10 weeks. Lovely and snug, sturdy, folds down flat.
They're £45-50 new so within your price range

riddles26 · 20/02/2021 10:22

Also recommend Baby Bjorn. It's above the budget you stated brand new but they are so durable and easy to get second hand via fb or ebay. Cover goes in the wash too

Chelyanne · 20/02/2021 10:33

I've been looking at the chad Valley bouncers @ argos for £30. Basic but will do the job like ones we've had before.

wimbler · 20/02/2021 10:35

baby bjorn all the way. Second hand should be doable in your budget and as PP have said, easily washable

Thatwentbadly · 20/02/2021 10:36

We had a baby Bjorne one. In my opinion it’s cosy for small babies but not necessarily the best.

I got a cheap bouncer for DD2 for upstairs when I was getting ready and she much preferred this one.

WhenTwoBecomeThree · 20/02/2021 10:40

We had a bog standard Redkite one, it played music and vibrated cam with a bar over and a couple of toys that dangled. Did the job and DD loved it

solicitoring · 20/02/2021 11:28

Second hand baby bjorn with toy bar. Best by far.

CoffeeMonkey · 22/02/2021 16:37

Thanks Ladies, all helpful info as always Smile

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Pinktruffle · 22/02/2021 22:26

I'd second for the Chicco Hoopla, really cozy and my little one lives it. We got ours from John Lewis and it was £50 delivered home.

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