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Fisher-Price Deluxe Jumperoo


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  • Free-standing jumper with lights, sound, and 4-position height adjustment
  • Easy-fold design with carrying handles moves simply from room to room
  • Steel frame and suspended seat; spring covers protect little fingers
  • Snack tray and interactive toy bar with orange bear toy and a bead bar
  • Supports babies up to 25 pounds and 32 inches
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Technical Details
Item Weight16 pounds
Product Dimensions7.6 x 21.5 x 22.9 inches
UPC027084306804
Item model numberJ2460
Batteries:3 AA batteries required.
Batteries requiredYes
  
Additional Information
ASINB000BXC1AI
Best Sellers Rank #98,000 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight16 pounds
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  
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Product Description

Product Description

It's bouncing fun for your baby!

From the Manufacturer

The Fisher-Price Deluxe Jumperoo is a doorway jumper on a freestanding base with a suspended seat that creates all the motion of a traditional doorway jumper. The Deluxe Jumperoo includes a removable toy tray with lights, sounds and toys that responds & rewards the jumping action of baby. The seat can be moved freely in all directions and up & down. There are two permanent toys and a snack tray. The legs are height adjustable to grow with baby and the seat has a machine washable pad. Legs fold in for storage. Includes 4 height adjustments.

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Customer Reviews

My son is 8 months old now and LOVES this jumper.
K. Nelson
He absolutely loves the Jumperoo and it is a great source of exercise for his developing leg muscles.
M. Lewis
She jumps like crazy and really gets to giggling.
Colleen

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

88 of 90 people found the following review helpful By Gina on April 8, 2006
We registered for this because we did not have door jams to hang the normal bouncers from. We have been so happy with this gift. We have 10 month triplet boys and they really enjoy this bouncer.

My babysitter calls it the poop-e-roo. We have noticed that when we put a child in it, 20 minutes later he poops. You really want to watch this because when they get a jumping, this can create quite a mess. I would recommend putting a play mat underneath it.

You can put this anywhere. You do not need a door jam. There is no bottom to it though, so you may want to place on carpet. We even placed a water mat under it till they got the hang of bouncing and do not forget a clean up mat.

The spring straps are covered well and have had no issues with fingers or hands getting stuck.

The seat cover does come off for cleaning but seems to shrink a little each time.

The adjustable height is great. Most seats only go to 30" or so and then the child outgrows it. Our children are 30" and still have one more level to go.

The weight for the bouncer is 25 lbs, so if you have a chubby child he may not be able to use it to its potential. Our smallest child gets great heights.

Cleaning can sometimes be more difficult. The wheel on the left side loves to collect debris under it. It does not come off so you have to use the wheel to drag a cloth under it and clean it. The musical Kangaroo in the front comes off for cleaning and changing the batteries. It can get quite dirty under there. It traps liquid and debris under it. If you do not have a schedule to clean it you may forget that debris gets under it and can get pretty bad.

There are not many toys on this jumper and it is not an exesaucer but more of an additional amusement.
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37 of 39 people found the following review helpful By Colleen McKinney on April 12, 2006
My son doesn't use this anymore because he has outgrown it, but I will tell you that it was one of the best things I have bought for him. I was really nervous about the price, but it was well worth it. He would bounce in it for so long that he would start to nod off. His head would fall forward and he would jerk and start bouncing again. If I tried to take him out to sleep in his bed he would get upset, so I would just wait until he officially fell asleep before I would pull him out of it. I didn't buy it to put him to sleep, but it was sure a blessing when he wouldn't take his naps. He would play with the toy things, but his main thing was the bouncing.
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21 of 22 people found the following review helpful By NewYorker on June 1, 2006
We were lucky enough to have both a saucer and the jumperoo for our second child. The jumperoo is basically a doorway jumper on its own stand. There are a few toys attached to it as well, which makes it a bit like a saucer. The baby could choose to just stand/hang there and play with the toys, or jump.

Now that dear baby is 9.5mo, he is a bouncin' fool. At about 7 months, he would "step" rhythmically left and right, before he learned to truly jump. He much prefers this to the saucer-- and we've given the saucer away already, but he is still happy in the Jumperoo.

I would give this product 5 stars, except for a few things-- it IS hard to clean, as previous reviewers have noted. Hard, but not impossible. Also, it is ugly and takes up quite a bit of floor space. But the same could be said for any saucer or other "confinement" toy.

One nice thing about this toy, if you hate loud toys like we do, is that the off switch is located out of baby's reach. If you leave it "off" the toy is noiseless. Noiseless-- except for the jumping!
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Maria E. on April 23, 2007
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I had to buy this jumper for several reasons: (1) - I rent my apatment and could not have a doorway jumper (which would be cheaper) because my landlord would not approve it; (2) - my son likes jumping and tries to jump on my laps when I hold him since he was 2.5 months old (he is 4 months old now); but he's a chubby baby, and my arms get very tired when I hold him jumping. (3) - I read many positive reviews of satisfied parents.

Both my son and I like this jumper. Like all Fisher Price items, it was very easy to assemble. Other reviewers had mentioned that it needs lots of space, but it takes only 30X36 inches when assembled. Though the manufactuter recommends to use it for babies who can hold their heads up, most pediatricians do not recommend it until the baby can hold his back - not earlier than 3.5-4 months; so I waited until Ivan got 4 months old. First time he was very surprised and amazed. "I can stand myself!" - his little face said. Very quickly he discovered how to use it and started jumping carefully first, and with more joy then. First few days I let him stay there for only 3 minutes each time, then 5-7 minutes, several times a day. I think he's still too young and his spine is not strong enough for longer loads yet, so I take him out immediately when he seems little tired. Later we will use it more.

The only thing I do not like is the revolving toy on the right hand of the toybar. When I put my little man in the jumper first time, he was looking for any handle on the front bar to hold himself, and tried to grab that revolving toy. I noticed that a tiny finger can easily get stuck under this toy, and if it revolves the finger may get hurt or even broken (I checked it out with my own finger). I recommend to remove this toy before you start using your jumper. Maybe I sound like an obsessed crazy Mom, but I assume it's never too much precaution when it comes about your baby's health and safety.
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