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Fisher-Price Precious Planet Blue Sky Jumperoo

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  • 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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Technical Details
Item Weight16.9 pounds
Product Dimensions24.2 x 22.4 x 7.5 inches
UPC027084879797
Item model numberT2075
Maximum weight recommendation25 Pounds
material_compositionMetal
Number of items1
Specification metcertified frustration-free
Seating capacity20.00
  
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ASINB002OOWADK
Best Sellers Rank #16,732 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight16.9 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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We've gathered the most precious baby animals from all over the planet to play with your precious little one. Everywhere baby looks (in the spinning seat, he can look all around.), there's something fun to do with an animal friend - spinning, jumping, button-pressing and more. It's safe jumping fun rewarded with lights, sounds and music. Sturdy, free-standing steel frame lets baby jump safely - no doorways required. Soft spring covers keep little fingers safe and three-position height adjustment ensures a custom fit. Plush seat pad is machine washable and dryer safe. Requires three AA batteries (not included). Maximum weight: 25 pounds. (11.3 kg). Maximum height: 32 inch (81 cm).

Product Description

We've gathered the most precious baby animals from all over the planet to play with your precious little one. Everywhere baby looks (in the spinning seat, he can look all around.), there's something fun to do with an animal friend spinning, jumping, button pressing and more. It's safe jumping fun rewarded with lights, sounds and music. Sturdy, free standing steel frame lets baby jump safely no doorways required. Soft spring covers keep little fingers safe and three position height adjustment ensures a custom fit. Plush seat pad is machine washable and dryer safe. Requires three AA batteries (not included). Maximum weight: 25 pounds. (11.3 kg). Maximum height: 32 " (81 cm).


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Customer Reviews

It was relatively easy to put together.
TaylorJ
I highly recommend this product to moms looking for a great activity toy for their child!
Jamie Lynn Brager
We like the colors, the music is pleasant, the toys are good.
Stacy

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265 of 294 people found the following review helpful By Target Shopaholic on November 21, 2010
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I'm afraid this was a rather disappointing purchase. Seeing all the great reviews, I thought this would be a sure hit but after a month of trying this out, I created this video to note some of the flaws.

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.
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By boyschool on August 29, 2011
I have owned both this Fisher Price Blue Sky Jumperoo, and the Baby Einstein Musical Motion Jumper Green. Having used both, this Fisher Price one is my favorite and here's why:

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.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By spiritedrinoa on October 25, 2011
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We got this for my son when he was about 6 months, and it was a big hit when we got it. It took a bit to set up, and some of the pieces were a bit frustrating to snap into place, but it has a sturdy base, and a sturdy seat. The seat cover is easy to take off and can be machine washed.

There are several different activities set up around the seat, which encourages the infant to spin themselves around to play with the different "stations". My son couldn't spin it too easily at first, but it got easier as his muscles got stronger (and presumably with some use and wear).

The dangling bird and turtle encourage reaching and jumping. Although the child won't be able to reach it on the lower settings at a younger age, by the time the reach the highest setting, they will probably be able to grab at these toys.

The front panel has a few different actitivies, the red and yellow rattle ball spins vertically, the yellow triangle spins horizontally. The lion in the front spins in circles, and can be spun around by pressing on a blue (alligator) bar positioned between the lion and the seat, but my son has never bothered with the blue button, preferring to spin the lion himself. There are two lights on the front panel that flash in time with the music when on the music setting. The front panel also has the power/volume control and a blue button that alternates between sounds and music (both activated when infant jumps).

Next, there is an elephant teether, which at first my son just ignored unless I held it up for him. Eventually, he realized that it was attached to the green string and would pull on the string to bring it up when it wanted to play with it.

Then there is a spinner with balls and a creature in it.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By MamaElf on February 16, 2011
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I almost let some of the few negative remarks talk me out of purchasing this jumperoo, and I am so glad I didn't! It was easy to put together, I put it together myself in very little time. My daughter is extremely small for her age (23+ in. and 12+ lbs at 7 months), so as expected, we have to put something under her feet for her to push off of, but she can reach all of the toys perfectly and has a ball with all of them--her face lights up as soon as we put her in it, and she immediately starts grabbing for the nearest toy. I find the number of toys quite sufficient for keeping her attention (though I should mention she is not used to a lot of bells and whistles). No, she is not strong enough to push the blue crocodile down to spin the lion, and I don't know that she ever will be able to while she fits in the jumperoo, but her favorite thing to do when she's in it is to spin the lion around by herself, so that is a moot point for us. My daughter enjoys the music, I don't find it obnoxious like with many other toys, and I like that there are two volume settings and two mode settings. It would be nice if the toys could be easily removed for washing, but I wipe them down quickly when I am tidying up at night, and keeping them clean has not been an issue (though we haven't had any major "episodes" that require a major cleaning yet, and at that point I may feel differently). I saw that the possible ability of the base to be pushed over by an older child/pet was brought up, and it looks like FP has addressed that concern--my base is not round as pictured here, it is what I would assume is a much more stable triangular shape, and I have no concerns regarding its stability.
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