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Baby Einstein Musical Motion Activity Jumper, Blue (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

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  • 2-in-1 stationary jumper and entertainer with 12 activities to grow with baby
  • Secure support seat with high back provides added comfort and support
  • Four activity stations surround baby and include 12 activities
  • Multi-sensory experience
  • Ships in Certified Frustration-Free Packaging
  • Encourages music and language discovery
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  • ASIN: B00ZUCWUOM
  • Item model number: 20150618
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (410 customer reviews)
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371 of 376 people found the following review helpful By New York Mom TOP 1000 REVIEWER on June 20, 2012
Color: Blue
I used both the Baby Einstein Musical Motion Activity Jumper and the Fisher Price Rainforest Jumperoo. While both are good jumpers overall I prefer the Fisher Price Rainforest Jumperoo.

Amount of Bounce: This is one of the biggest differences between the two jumpers. The Baby Einstein jumper does not have a lot of bounce, in fact it has less bounce then any other jumper I've tried. The Rainforest Jumperoo has a lot of bounce to it so baby can have lots of fun with it. I think the difference may be due to where the elastic cords are attached and how long they are-on the Baby Einstein Jumper they are attached out to the side and are relatively short whereas on the Fisher Price Jumperoo they are attached up high and are longer.

Durability: The piano on the Baby Einstein Jumper broke within a few weeks. I contacted the company and they sent out a replacement for free but it was still annoying to have to deal with. I have not had any problems with the Fisher Price Rainforest Jumperoo.

Toys: My son loved the piano on the Baby Einstein Jumper but didn't really care for any of the other toys. He enjoyed all of the toys on the Fisher Price Jumperoo especially the spinning bead ball.

Adjustability: The Baby Einstein Jumper has five different height settings whereas the Fisher Price Jumperoo only has three. The height settings start much lower on the Baby Einstein Jumper making it the better option for younger/shorter babies. The highest height setting on the Baby Einstein is significantly shorter than on the Fisher Price Jumperoo. It is much easier to change the setting on the Baby Einstein Jumper than on the Fisher Price Jumperoo. On the Baby Einstein Jumper you just turn the knobs along the support poles and move them up to the next notch.
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34 of 38 people found the following review helpful By JenniF on October 2, 2013
Color: Blue Verified Purchase
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I was interested in buying my son a jumper for 2 reasons. #1 was that, for some time, he had basically been using my lap as a jumper, and so seemed perfect for one. #2 was that I wanted something stable and stationary to be able to set him in and amuse him while I, for example, made dinner or some other activity where I wouldn't be holding him. Amazon was having a 20% off for Amazon Moms sale, and this was on it, so it seemed like fate.

Anyway, my 7-month-old LOVED this contraption from the moment I set it up! As you can see in the video, he can get a good amount of bounce, but not so much where I worry he'll bash his face on any of the toys in front of him. The piano has very fun sounds, words (though I'm not convinced of the toy's ability to teach my son foreign languages), and piano notes, and he seems to enjoy the rest of the toys as well. I admit, I was a little misled by the product description about how it folds for storage. Overly optimistically, I thought it would somehow fold in half and collapse, but you do have to take off the arms to store it, Oh well -- small inconvenience for a great tool my baby loves!
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30 of 39 people found the following review helpful By BCG on March 25, 2012
Color: Blue
Before you read each review - notice the date it was written. A lot of the negative reviews were written over 4 years ago! Since then, they have changed the design of the jumper - so a lot of the complaints are no longer valid.

My husband and I bought 2 jumpers - this one (Baby Einstein) and one called Luv U Zoo by Fisher Price. We have many of our baby's toys made by Fisher Price so we thought we would for sure like it. WE WERE WRONG.
The 2 good things about the Fisher Price that Baby Einstein is lacking in are these 2 features:
1. Fisher Price has a motion activated option for the music to play, along with the option to leave the music playing for up to 20 minutes. Baby Einstein works only when the buttons pressed on, and plays for about 5-15 seconds.
2. Fisher Price has a arm rest area for swivel seat.

With Baby Einstein's jumper the assembly took longer but the base was A LOT (!!!!!) more sturdy and didn't move around from side to side. Fisher Price was so wobbly it that it felt like a safety hazard to put our baby in it.
Also, the swivel seat has 6 wheels attached for easy move. Fisher Price only has 4.
Overall, we feel like there are more activities in the Baby Einstein.

If Baby Einstein would have made the 2 pros mentioned for Fisher Price on their jumper, I would have given it a 5 stars rating. Nonetheless it is still by far a much much much better and safe item to be used by my baby.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Just another chick on November 3, 2014
Color: Blue
My daughter has this baby Einstein jumper. We bought it based on all of the wonderful reviews. It is not a bad jumper, but my son had the Fisher Price Rainforest Jumperoo and I remember him loving it the instant we put him in there. He would jump non-stop in there and from what I remember, the Rainforest jumperoo had more toys on it as well as more musical options. This one has the piano, but the music is so loud and the volume is not adjustable. This one also doesn't bounce as much as the Rainforest one. Knowing what I know now, I wish I would have bought the Rainforest jumperoo, but I don't want to have 2...we just don't have the space for it...so she will have to make due with the baby Einstein. Again, NOTHING wrong with this one, but knowing what I know now and having experienced both, I would choose the Rainforest Jumperoo.
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