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Fisher Price Rainforest Jumperoo

Submitted by on October 2, 2009 – 1:09 amNo Comment

“The Fisher Price Rainforest Jumperoo is good fun for little tots with lots of variety for fun, stimulating play”

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Price £84.99


Initial thoughts: When we first saw the The Fisher Price Rainforest Jumperoo we were impressed with the colours and set of activities available in just one toy. The seat rotates around for the child to access the set of activities and bounce up and down at leisure. It took my husband and older son a good hour to assemble it, although the fact that my son, aged 2, wanted some input in the “let’s put it together” session probably explains why it took so long. There are three height settings in the jumparoo, which promises to last your baby from around 6 months to 15 months of age, or up to 11kgs in weight. We think this is pretty good value for money considering that it should last you a while.

We liked: Victor loved bouncing up and down, laughing, pulling, playing and chewing on the different toys. We loved the freedom he enjoyed while he was happily sitting in the Jumperoo. The music it played and the different settings made it quite versatile, providing Victor with lots of fun. Even our 2 year old enjoyed playing with it.

We weren’t so keen: Generally speaking we were really pleased with the Fisher Price Rain Forest Jumperoo. However Victor would get bored quite quickly, meaning that the play sessions were quite short. Also, by the time he was about 8 months old he had become totally unimpressed with the whole contraption, so the promise of having a long life wasn’t the reality in this household. For the use we had of it, it was quite expensive.

Overall: The Fisher  Price Rainforest Jumperoo is good fun for little tots with lots of variety for fun, stimulating play. But the novelty soon wore of for us, making it an expensive choice for such short term use.

[By Peggy]

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