Fisher-Price Precious Planet Blue Sky Jumperoo (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
- Rewarded with lights, sounds and music
- Soft and comfortable seat that rotates 360 degree
- No doorways required, free-standing steel frame lets baby jump safely
- World of jumping fun for your little one
- Ships in Certified Frustration-Free Packaging
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Please note that the seat has already been corrected. After filming this video, I realized I had the seat backwards. Despite the adjustment, my baby was still not able to comfortably play with all the toys so after a couple of months, we sold this jumperoo for half the price.
It's MUCH easier to bounce. The Einstein one is rather stiff and was harder for my girl to bounce. She LOVES to bounce, but in the Einstein, it was rather rigid. It bounces up and down with no move from side to side at all, while the Fisher Price has a little bit of movement from side to side as well as up and down. Plus the Fisher Price is just a lot more springy.
Also, the toys on the Fisher Price are more interesting to my baby. She wasn't interested in anything at all on the Einstein, with the exception of the piano. However, she was unable to activate the piano on her own as the keys were hard to press and made confusing by the addition of purple raised bumps. The raised bumps look to baby like they are what you should press, however they do not do anything. On the Fisher Price, she likes to play with the toys that light up. As for the review stating that the green arch was just in the way, my girl likes to hold on to it for added support when she really gets to bouncing! At first I thought that was a silly design flaw to put that arch there in the way of getting to the toys underneath. But when I saw her holding on to it to stabilize herself, I thought maybe it wasn't so silly after all. She has learned how to reach under it to reach those toys anyway. She also likes the spinning butterfly with the little beads in it a lot. And she enjoys the mirror. I can also hang some of her favorite toys off the blue arch with links. But her FAVORITE is the blue elephant teether. She LOVES that thing!
The Einstein is easier to adjust as far as height goes.Read more ›
By the time he was four months old, his feet could touch the floor and, if we cheered him on, he could get really high! He didn't start really playing with the other things and spinning around in the chair - if you didn't notice, the chair spins around - until he was about five months old.
Unfortunately, once he figured out how to pull himself up to stand (five months) and then crawl (7 months), he really wasn't interested in being in it. Instead, he crawls up to it and stands next to it to play with the toys. It was great while it lasted. There was nothing more entertaining for a while than him jumping wildly and laughing his butt off.
- When you want to have your baby entertain you, your friends, or family (especially grandparents) when they come to visit.
- When you need to vaccuum and need to get your lump off the floor for a few minutes.
- When you need to make dinner.
In our experience, 20-30 minutes was the most amount of time our little guy could spend in it before getting bored, getting mad, or falling asleep. But if you have a "baby cycle," that is, you cycle your baby through different activities when s/he is awake, this works great as one of the things you do during the day. We did this after tummy time.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This lasted me three children and was still in perfect condition. It was a great purchase and every one of them loved jumping their hearts out! Read morePublished 1 month ago by Busybee
It is very easy to assemble I did a long research about Jumperoo for my baby and because of the quality and price I chouse this Fisher Price one. Read morePublished 15 months ago by AND
I've used this for all 3 of my kids. They loved it, meaning I love it. Sturdy, easy assembly/ disassembly for travel.Published 19 months ago by Jenn Emmett
Absolutely love this toy! My daughter enjoys the sounds and lights, but especially loves that she can bounce in it!Published 19 months ago by Heather Raymond
There's no way to break this thing down. try pulling it through a door, you're out of luck. This thing is a beast!Published 24 months ago by Amazon Customer
After reading all the reviews I have to agree that some of the items were hard for our son to reach of play with but as he has grown with it he discovers something new every time. Read morePublished on February 7, 2014 by Kelly
This is one of my sons favorite toys! Its perfect for him to play while I get some things done! He will jump, jump, jump until he wears himself out, have even caught him falling... Read morePublished on January 29, 2014 by Nicole Pongo