Quick to assemble, this chair folds flat for easy storage and transportation, and is easily converted from a rocking chair to a fixed baby seat. There are three recline positions, plus a gentle vibration setting and four different musical modes. The detachable toy bar features two plush hanging toys.
Tested by Jen Naulls, 31, mum to William, three months. She says:
This was really simple to assemble, except for the music box, which prompted cursing from my husband, who had to use his entire body weight to attach it! It’s easy to fold up for transport, too. William enjoyed the toys and music long enough for me to shower. The fabric seems thin and less padded than other chairs, but the design was my favourite. The toys are cute and the colours fun.
Tested by Katy Tanton, 34, mum to Joseph, four months. She says:
This was our favourite chair out of the six. Joseph was happiest in it for the longest, and he loved batting the toys about and making the bells ring. Unlike other chairs, the toy bar doesn’t fall off. The colours are really appealing to a baby but it’s stylish and not garish. The seat angle is great, the material is lovely and soft, and the whole thing feels sturdy and well-made.
Tested by Amanda Lancaster, 31, mum to Lottie, three weeks. She says:
My least favourite chair to look at, it literally gave me a headache! The adjustable seat positions are great, though. When Lottie had a cold we lay her almost flat with her head elevated, which helped ease congestion. However, there isn’t a lot of support in the seat. She liked the vibrations, though, and stayed settled for up to an hour.