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Bumbo Floor Seat, Blue

from Bumbo
4.2 out of 5 stars 930 customer reviews
| 25 answered questions
About the Product
  • Polyurethane
  • Imported
  • Enables babies to sit upright
  • Fits baby's posture with contoured seat
  • Is soft, comfortable and easy to clean
  • Includes restraint belt
  • to prevent falls never use on a raised surface and always stay with and watch your baby
  • Warning: to prevent falls never use on a raised surface and always stay with and watch your baby
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Product Description

Color: Blue

The award winning Bumbo Floor Seat is the preferred choice of millions of moms and dads as their baby's first seat and has become a parenting essential. The Bumbo Floor Seat enables your baby to maintain a sitting position on the floor, allowing you to play with, read to, and feed your baby. The Bumbo Floor Seat should not be used until your baby can support his or her head.

Product Information

Color: Blue
Technical Details
Item Weight3.6 pounds
Product Dimensions15 x 17.5 x 7.5 inches
UPC799959947282 100029587534 786417122183 832223001096 885138936038 885793405276 665659408517 885793384793 022792012726 795186620202
Item model numberB10056
Target genderUnisex
Material TypeLow Density Foam
Number of items1
Batteries requiredNo
Dishwasher safeNo
Is portableNo
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank #1,362 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight6.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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Top Customer Reviews

By E. Nicole Morse on October 11, 2014
Color: Blue
I can't profess my love for Bumbos enough. First, let me say that we have an old model without the seatbelt. I think the seatbelt is stupid. If your kid is big/strong/old enough to flip out of a Bumbo, chances are the whole seat will tip and the belt won't do any good. Plus, I imagine it makes the seat harder to clean. The seamless design of the Bumbo makes it so easy to wipe down if baby spits up or has a blowout (or if you're like me and slack on buying a real high chair and feed baby in the Bumbo), adding nooks and crannies is just gonna gum up the works.

Secondly, I still get comments all the time from sanctimonious parents telling me they would never put their baby in something as dangerous as a Bumbo. It's not dangerous if you're not a dummy. Look, I broke all the rules. I used in on raised surfaces. I used it in the tub/shower so I could bathe my two under two together and make life easier. I did not ever leave them unattended in these scenarios. My middle son was also freakishly strong from birth and hit his motor milestones early and learned to arch his back and flip out of the seat around five months old, so I quit using it on raised surfaces. It was kind of a neat party trick after that to watch him roll himself out onto a blanket on the floor.

I'm also not a fan of the "baby bucket" carseat and have used convertible seats with my last two babies, but it meant having to get creative a lot of the time, like when we went to restaurants. Before they could sit up in the wooden restaurant high chair, we would just bring the Bumbo and sit it in the booth with us (or, admittedly, on the table if there was enough space). We've used the Bumbo virtually anywhere and everywhere, within reason. I know a lot of people would choose to wear their babies in that situation but I always feel awkward trying to eat over my baby's head.

Anyway, Bumbo: good.
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Color: Blue Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
My daughter is in the 95th percentile for height and weight at 5 months. She carries most of that weight in her thighs. Seriously, they are a scary sight to behold. I don't know how big these other kids thighs are, because while hers may occasionally be a little snug when removing her from the chair, it's not a comfort issue while she sits in it. She does have some wiggle room.

She loves this chair. Loves sitting up in general, so the chair gives me a break from constantly having her on my lap. But sitting in the chair does have its price. No matter when I put her in it, full or empty stomach, she spits up. A lot. Repeatedly. Now she doesn't care, but it does make quite a mess sometimes. I guess it helps with the gas and digestion, which is good. And if it isn't coming out that end, well you can imagine where else the digestion is showing itself. Thankfully, this is an easy to clean chair.

My issue with the chair is the stupid seat belt. And I mean stupid. It's positioned in a way that it's almost impossible to use. While there is a way to adjust the strap on either side, you can't adjust the height of the middle T clip. It's set too low to use without poking and prodding your child for minutes at a time and even then you're risking catching the chubby legs in the clip. And just how safe is it really making this seat? The odds of your child climbing out of it - slim. The odds of it tipping over with your child inside, much greater. And the seat belt is only ensuring that the are still connected to the seat while lying on their face. Helpful.
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Color: Aqua Verified Purchase
I went back and forth about buying this. But I wanted to try this out because my little dude loves sitting up and it gets tiring holding him. His bouncy seat reclines and he's often gets frustrated trying to sit up more in it. I loved that it has a tray, which I bought as well. I thought it would be a great "drum" for him as he's always swinging his arm down to bop his thighs and loves when I put a box or something there and it makes a sound.The reviews seem to be split 50/50 on it being too small or just right. I didn't know what to think. But then I got a gift certificate for Christmas and thought "why not?".

The Bumbo is a great idea. My only issue with it is it's lack of a weight guideline. This is what everyone's issue seems to boil down to. This is the only baby product I've seen with a size guideline based on a developmental milestone. Saying a baby can use it once they can "hold their head up without assistance" does not tell you the size of this product. If they're going to have that vague a guideline they need to offer different sizes. Even if every single baby reached this milestone at exactly the same age they would all be different weights and heights at that time.

I also think children's clothes should be sold based on weight instead of "months" which is really a different size for every brand and can give new parents anxiety that their children are too small or too big.

But I digress.

My son is just over 4 months and weighs 19lbs and is 26 inches. He's a big boy for his age- 95th percentile. But he just started really holding his head up steadily a few weeks ago, at which point he was still 18lbs. I wouldn't have felt safe having him sitting in this before then- his head control made me afraid he'd get whiplash.
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