This stylish seat folds compactly and comes in a travel bag. It’s easy to switch between a static vibrating seat (with two speeds) and a gentle rocking chair, and there are two seat recline positions. The toy bar is basic – there are no musical or light features – and it’s a little too easily detached.
Tested by Jen Naulls, 31, mum to William, three months. She says:
William loved playing with the mirrors on the toy bar, but it came off easily and I ended up reattaching it over and over again. It was easy to adjust to rocker mode and he found this the easiest chair to rock about in by himself. The buckle is bulky and really awkward to use, however, so it felt like a real effort to strap him in the chair, which meant I avoided it.
Tested by Katy Tanton, 34, mum to Joseph, four months. She says:
We really liked the look of this seat. It’s baby-like but the colours are subtle and the design stylish. Joseph liked the toy bar, but it was too flimsy and easy for him to pull off. At four months old he already seemed too big for this unfortunately. It’s ideal for a newborn, but I wouldn’t recommend it for a child over three months.
Tested by Amanda Lancaster, 31, mum to Lottie, three weeks. She says:
The curvy design and colour scheme make this lovely to look at. It’s lightweight, folds almost flat and comes with a bag, so it’s handy for travel. It rocks much further than others but the action is smooth and Lottie loved it when we rocked it to the max. Other seats in this price range have musical features, but this doesn’t unfortunately.