Fisher-Price Cradle N Swing, My Little Snugabunny
- Soothing music and alternate swinging motions help calm baby and promotes a sense of security
- Choice of three positions in one swing-variety for baby and convenience when you want baby facing you
- Easy to convert from one position to another
- Folds for storage and portability
- Ships in Certified Frustration-Free Packaging
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What a plush place for your little bunny to snuggle into! The softest of fabrics surround baby as she gazes at herself in the mirror on the motorized mobile and watches birdie friends fly by. A variety of music and motion soothes and engages her, along with a little plush bunny friend to keep her company. This swing has a choice of three different positions, each one easy to convert to. It folds for storage and portability and features a plug-in option that saves money on batteries.
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UPDATE 5 WEEKS AFTER DELIVERY
Some bad news with some good news: This swing suddenly began having problems just over a month after it was received. Unfortunately, it just stopped working completely and would then start again intermittently indicating something was definitely wrong. The lights wouldn't go on and it simply wouldn't work.Read more ›
Now our baby is 9 weeks old and she seldom has any meltdowns, but I put her in the swing from time to time when I need two hands to, say, cook dinner, fold laundry, or just to eat lunch. She's old enough now to watch the mobile and the mirror and she stays content. The volume control is a nice touch too. I can turn the music up and run the vacuum quickly, or turn it down when she falls asleep. We've heard to limit the amount of time in the swing as she's in one position while she's in it, so we use it sparingly up to an hour a day.Read more ›
These are just some of my favourtie things about this swing;
It has rubber feet on the bottom/ground bars to stop the swing moving around on the floor (eight years ago with our first child our Fisher-Price swing did not have these).
I love that it has a mains adaptor, no more batteries running out mid swing and upsetting baby and mommy!
The seat adjust is so easy to use.
It is a very cute neutral design.
There are only two little faults for me at this time;
The mirror that attaches to the motor is a very cheap looking plastic, mine came with little flecks chipped out of it and not the best quality.
The padding on the seat is lovely and cozy but could do with a little more thickness to it.
Just a tip for assembly when attaching the metal pole to the seat you will need to adjust the chair position to be able to turn the allen key!
UPDATE; After a couple of weeks of use the plastic hoop that is in the seat cover came through the material it sits in making the chair unsafe. I contacted Amazon who sent me a replacement the next day, so far so good. The same issue has not re-occured.
Most recent customer reviews
Good swing. My baby really enjoyed it. The motor had clicking noises though which eventually increased from clicking to creaking which could be heard over the music even when we... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Janice Chiu
I liked it and the baby liked it, too, until after using it for two months.
Now it doesn't have enough power to swing, even with the maximum speed. Read more
I liked this but in retrospect I wouldn't purchase it again. It takes up a lot of space and my baby never slept too much in it. Plus my baby quickly outgrew it.Published 16 months ago by Kym
Very gender neutral. Comfy but quite large. Battery or plug in option is nice. Build well.Published 17 months ago by Laura Vellenga
Bought on sale and worked for one week. Not enough power to make the swing actually swing and music sounds awful, almost demonic sounding- nor very soothing to a baby or anyone. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Laura McIsaac