COSTWAY Electric Baby Bouncer, Portable Infants Rocker with Removable Mosquito Net, 5 Swing Settings, Built-in Music and 3 Timer, Includes Remote Control, Baby Swing Chair Suitable from Birth

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COSTWAY Electric Baby Bouncer, Portable Infants Rocker with Removable Mosquito Net, 5 Swing Settings, Built-in Music and 3 Timer, Includes Remote Control, Baby Swing Chair Suitable from Birth

COSTWAY Electric Baby Bouncer, Portable Infants Rocker with Removable Mosquito Net, 5 Swing Settings, Built-in Music and 3 Timer, Includes Remote Control, Baby Swing Chair Suitable from Birth

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We don’t love the directions: The illustrations are not accompanied by any written instructions, and it’s not intuitive to figure out what the numbers on each part signify. Ultimately, we had to refer to an online tutorial video to put it together properly, which isn’t ideal, although assembly is a one-time nuisance. For the higher price tag—the MamaRoo is the priciest baby swing on our list—we’d expect easier assembly, but it’s one of the biggest names in baby gear for a reason: It grows with your baby so you’ll get more use out of it, can be controlled hands-free with the compatible app, and provides smooth side-to-side motion. The downside is that for the price, many parents say they wish their babies could use it for longer. The maximum weight is 20 pounds, which is lower than some other models on this list. (The Nuna Leaf, for example, has a similar design but can be used until your baby is 130 pounds.) You also have to pay extra for features like a toy bar, which is not included.

Although the Ingenuity InLighten weighs less than 10.5 pounds, it has a rather large footprint, which makes it difficult to travel with. However, its wide stance contributes to its stability, which we actually think is one of this swing’s best features. To test how stable this swing truly is, we placed a 15-pound sandbag in its seat and set the speed to the fastest setting and were pleased to see that the combined weight and speed had no impact on the swing’s sturdiness. Short naps are fine. 'If your baby nods off for five minutes while you’re reading a bedtime story to their sibling and you can see that they’re OK, that’s fine – but don't leave them to sleep in the bouncer,' she adds. While the MamaRoo can be a miracle worker for some fussy babies, it’s also pretty specific to the individual: Some will love the side-to-side motion, while others will be less than impressed. If you’re going to invest in a MamaRoo, it’s also worth considering that although it’s lightweight, it can be bulky to move and is only powered by a cord, so you’ll be limited by your home’s outlet placement. On the other hand, we like that it has an adjustable recline and a mobile with rattling, crinkling, and mirror details. The best baby swings are those that stimulate your baby’s senses and offer vibration settings, various swinging speeds and a recline position to mimic the womb. A plush seat and head support is also a great alternative to the comfort of your arms for a short time. She also points out that baby swings aren’t just for soothing—they can help parents get to other necessary tasks, like prepping a meal, while their baby is safely entertained. “In a nutshell, when you're dealing with a restless baby and a mountain of tasks, a baby swing can be a game-changer,” she adds.Babies should always be supervised while in a swing,” says Gina Posner, M.D., a board-certified pediatrician practicing at MemorialCare Medical Group in Fountain Valley, California and member of the What to Expect Medical Review Board. How we chose the best swings This Bright Starts Swing is a great option for families who live in a smaller home or are always on the go. We found it to be lightweight, easy to carry, and are convinced that it can fit inside the trunk of any car. It’s also convenient to store, given that it stands up on its own or lays flat when folded and weighs just 4 pounds. Never leave your baby unattended. 'Always make sure that bouncer is in sight and you’ve got your eye on them while they’re in it.' Key specs –Size: 61 x 39 x 92cm; Weight: 13kg; Suitable for: 24 months; Additional features: Machine-washable fabric, three-point harness

Space: Swings aren’t exactly streamlined, and tend to have larger dimensions than similar products like bouncers or jumpers. We included product dimensions below and also featured a few swings that have a smaller footprint. Just keep in mind that if you live in a small space, a bouncer would likely be a better fit, since they tend to take up less room than swings and are also easier to fold up and store.

Some swings may be advertised as compact or travel-friendly, but it’s also worth considering how the swing actually breaks down for travel and what accessories, like batteries, are needed if you do transport it. This swing’s automatic mobile has a little mirror for babies to study their reflection as well as a speaker that plays melodies, nature sounds, white noise, or a playlist from your smart device. We found that the music on this swing was rather loud on its highest setting, reaching 72 A-weighted decibels (dBA). While decibels (dB) are the units in which sound is measured, dBA is the expression of the sound in the air as perceived by our ears. The noise level of normal conversation is 60-70 dBA, so this swing got slightly louder than that. The sleek look and feel of this swing was appealing to us, and we loved the cozy, reversible seat cushion. And in addition to being compact, with just two parts assembling it was a breeze and took only three minutes. For babies between 5-20 lbs who cannot sit up or climb out of swing unassisted Seat pad and head support are machine washable and reversible for convenience Lyndsey Garbi, MD, co-founder and chief medical officer of Blueberry Pediatrics and medical review board member at Verywell Family

This is the most expensive swing on our list, but many parents say the higher price tag is worth it; unlike other baby swings, this one actually grows with your child. Once your baby can sit upright and climb out of the seat, the chair can be moved to a reclined seat for relaxing. The chair has a maximum weight limit of 130 pounds (!), which means your toddler (and preschooler, and school-aged kid) can continue enjoying it for years to come.One nice surprise is the vibration feature: a motor in the seat’s base has two intensity settings, which gives parents a hands-free option for soothing baby to sleep. Also, as the vibration motor makes a gentle white noise-like hum, you may not need to reach for a white noise app on your phone, which is handy. This Munchkin swing moves in a smooth side-to-side motion that seemed pretty relaxing to us. It plays 12 different sounds and the noise level ranges from 55.5-71.7 dBA. You can also stream your own music on this swing via Bluetooth, and we liked that the settings could be operated by the remote control. Although the seat doesn’t recline, Barrett confirmed that it was the appropriate level for a baby. In addition to looking nice, this swing felt safe and sturdy when we tested it. It has a five-point harness that feels secure and the mobile is hung far enough away that a baby can’t reach it. This swing is also super quiet; without the music on, it was almost silent, and with the music on, the sound was only 40-50 dBA, which is quieter than the hum of a refrigerator. While there are several safety measures parents and caregivers should follow when using a baby swing, perhaps the most important one is to supervise their baby when they are in the swing. “[While in a swing], babies need constant supervision the same way they would in a bathtub,” says Ben Hoffman, MD, CPST-I, FAAP, professor of pediatrics at Oregon Health & Science University and president-elect of the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP). But Take Note: This swing is low to the ground, so parents who have difficulty bending over may have challenges adjusting buttons, and the volume is pretty low.

Elizabeth Murray DO, MBA, FAAP, board certified in pediatrics and pediatric emergency medicine, associate professor of pediatrics and emergency medicine at the University of Rochester Cute, smiling Meadow Days characters amuse baby and encourage your little ones to practice their fine motor skillsWhile the main reclining seat is wide for baby’s comfort, the overall frame is pretty slim and compact. This makes it ideal for smaller spaces and storing away when not in use. We particularly like the two shades of minimalist grey that it comes in, offering welcome respite to more garish baby equipment. Why We Like It: Its hallmark side-to-side motion is meant to mimic the sway of a parent’s arms, and its settings can be adjusted hands-free via an app.

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