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4Moms mamaRoo Plush Infant Seat - Silver

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Item Weight20.2 pounds
Product Dimensions26.8 x 8.5 x 21.8 inches
UPC817980010154
  
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ASINB00JLI73ZM
Best Sellers Rank #4,112 in Baby (See top 100)
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Parents dont vibrate like bouncy seats or swing like swingsThey bounce and swayand thats what the mamaRoo doesit moves like you doOur team used motion sensors to measure the movements of reals moms and dads as they soothed their babiesand replicated those motions in the mamaRooIts the only infant seat with five different motionsall modeled after the natural movements parents make to comfort their babiesIt isnt just another infant seatIts our babyand we made it for yours.


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Customer Reviews

Love the product and I have heard great things from other owners of the Mamaroo.
Carol Chisholm
She is tall and is beginning to slide out of the seat when it is even semi-upright (she doesn't like to be flat on her back anymore).
nyc2011
The only cons are that the motor is just a tad loud and the speakers could be a tad better.
Lyle C. Mcdonald

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20 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Mamafoosa on April 5, 2013
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We haven't had this very long, so I intend on coming back to update this review in the future, but wanted to share how much we initially love this. Our 6 week old wouldn't tolerate the swing one bit, has reflux, and is generally super fussy. We put her in this thing AWAKE and she sat there, smiling, while I got stuff done around the house. She would have NEVER done that with the swing. The mamaroo is so soothing, it puts her to sleep. I wear her a lot and love it, but sometimes I need a break or time to help my 2 year old and this thing is awesome. So far, it's worth every penny.

We were skeptical about buying this because our daughter likes to be rocked pretty vigorously, and so many reviews said it's too slow. While it isn't super fast or super rocky, I think the motion is just perfect. Obviously we've had moments where she's upset and this isn't a magic fix - sometimes, babies just want to be held. But I would absolutely recommend the mamaroo.

UPDATE: Our now 4 month old still loves this! It got us through a couple months of colic and she's happily sitting in it right now, awake, just chewing on her toy. We recommend this thing to all our friends and are still super pleased we spent the money!
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14 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Jay on November 8, 2013
I am not going to preach to you all about how great this was for us, it was not. However I am also not going to discredit very great work and design. We had this for about 3 weeks, we were able to fully test and review the product.

Note: I picked one up after seeing an unboxed demo at Babies R Us, previous to that there was no way I was going to spend that much on a bouncer/swing. However the demo I saw pretty much sold me.

Anyhow, cut to the chase here..

Pros:

- Great design: Pretty self explanatory!
- Low foot print: Does not take up a lot of space
- Powered, no batteries needed.
- 5 Motions with speed settings : Changes things up.
- Adjustable : We loved how it can adjust for laying or sitting.
- Plush : It is a plus and it will cost you a whole $40 more but nice and easy to wash.
- Mobile : There might not be much to it but is it effective!
- Great sound/volume: Built in nature sounds & added ability to use anything with a headphone connection (ipod/iphone/mp3 player/so forth)
- Lightweight : Can be moved around very easily, does not weigh a lot.
- Packs away: Easily packs up for storage or even road trips (box is bulky but hey better than most swings/bouncers)

Cons:

- Slow: Yes, it was a slow even on the highest setting. To me it needs to offer more ability in this area because this is what makes a bouncer "a bouncer" the motion and speed! All babies are different and ours loves a lot of motion, which is why this really was not good enough for us and especially for the price. Regardless of that, the speed options really falls short. More options would probably make this shine more.

- Loud: The motor after about 1 week did start to get a bit loud.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Momoziko on November 26, 2013
When I was pregnant I made a decision that I did not have my baby get used to falling asleep by swinging left and right or become a lap-addict. Hahahaahhha LMAO as now it sounds so funny to me. So I started looking for a product that would support my thoughts without knowing how much I would use it in the future.
I am interior designer so for me the design of the product played a big role to choose this product before knowing the use of it. this is not a traditional swing that swings left and right only. It imitates what a parent would do to be able to put a baby to sleep. After my baby was born, we brought him home for the first time and put him in this egg shaped, mother's belly shaped, product . It served as a cool picture setup. We immediately stated using this product as our baby preferred sleeping on mamaroo more than his bassinette/cod. We did not understand why he preferred mamaroo over his crib& bassinette but who cares as long as your baby is happy and sleeping, right! Soon enough we understood why. If you are one of those moms whose baby is diagnosed with GERD, you are going to be more sleep deprived than other moms. I was one of them and I am saying , you do not want this product You need this product, and hopefully your baby would like this product as mine did. When you are sleep deprived and trying to understand what is wrong with your baby who is not sleeping or waking up with a sharp cry when put to sleep on his back in his basinet : Trust me this product will be your arms, minds and heart's savior. My baby has acid reflux( (GERD). He has spent many nights on this swing, and he still takes all his naps on mamaroo. The elevated head inclined position is great.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on July 20, 2014
We bought this when our daughter was 4 weeks old, and we were at our wits' end to try to get her to nap during the day. Under normal circumstances, I would've totally rejected the idea of buying this -- way too much money for too little time (you can only use it until your baby is able to sit), but in our sleep-deprived state, we were willing to throw a lot of money around to try and buy some sleep time for her and down time for us.

Cons first. All of the reviews are right: the swinging motion on this is not super fast nor does it go very far. For our baby, it was fine, but I can see how with infants who like a lot of movement that this would be totally inadequate. The different types of swinging motions also seemed unnecessary esp because you can't go from one movement to the other seamlessly. I also found the iPhone plug-in system and the speakers to be pretty unimpressive in terms of convenience and sound quality. The mobile -- lame. The sales lady at the baby store had some good spiel about how the black-and-white and colored balls help with eye coordination, which is probably true, but again -- are they really necessary? The biggest con of course is the price. It turns out that my daughter liked the mamaRoo, but she equally liked the Fisher Price bouncer that my sister bought for us that cost about $40.

Now the pros. The baby was as likely to fall asleep in the bouncer as she was in the mamaRoo, but she was more likely to *stay* asleep in the mamaRoo. Some people complain about the noise the swing makes, esp when you have it at the highest setting in terms of speed, but for our kid, that white noise helped her sleep.
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