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It’s about 3 feet tall and a little less than 3 feet across. I live in a New York City-sized apartment, and I can’t just tuck the Jumperoo away into a corner when it’s not being used. Even folded up, it takes up a lot of space.

Still, I consider the Jumperoo worth every cent of its $105 price tag. We purchased the Fisher-Price Rainforest Jumperoo so our expert reviewer could thoroughly test and assess it. Keep reading for our full product review. Both seasoned and new parents are well aware of the rapidly evolving stages of a tot under 12 months. Most parents crave the hands-free relief provided by an activity center, and it can be tough to find something to keep baby occupied that’s.

I don’t write a lot of reviews, but I feel compelled to do so for this jumperoo. It has been worth every bit of the $60 we spent on it. I joke with my husband that I would have gladly paid $500 for it. My daughter is 5.5 months old and we have had it since she was 4 months and she absolutely loves this thing.

She loves jumping in it. This Fisher Price Rainforest Jumperoo contains a wild rainforest in the setting with a bubbly spinning seat for the youngsters. Your baby will go wild, following all those queer jungle sounds. Further, it also incorporates a tethered chewer, eye-catching graphics and stacks of chips for your kids. Features of the Fisher-Price Rainforest Jumperoo: Fisher-Price is one of the leading providers of the high-quality Jumperoo and it is a place of wonderful sights.

The Fisher-Price Rainforest Jumperoo is particularly designed for the little explorers who are involving in the fun activities. The Fisher-Price Rainforest Jumperoo was designed to be used by infants that can successfully hold their own heads up without any assistance from an adult. Jumping devices similar to this one are perfect for baby to develop the skills for walking. An infant will learn coordination, balance, and more when using this jumper for only minutes a day.

The Fisher Price Rainforest Jumperoo Bouncer is one of the most popular and highly-reviewed baby products of its type. Brightly colored, it has light, sound and music capability and it comes with rainforest-themed soft toys. These are designed to stimulate an infant’s mind and help them to develop motor skills and visual and auditory senses. Fisher-Price Rainforest Jumperoo (Toy & Game): 4.6 out of 5 stars from 71 genuine reviews on Australia’s largest opinion site

5.0 out of 5 stars Fisher-Price’s Rainforest Jumperoo vs. Rainforest Friends February 12, 2014 Size: Rainforest Friends Verified Purchase This is a wonderful activity center for toddlers. The Fisher Price Rainforest Jumperoo has been a god send for my family. Bought when my daughter was 4 months old it has been used by all my children and five years on is still in excellent condition.

So is extremely sturdy and resilient to childs play.

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  • I had one of the first ones and OMG did Bea love it! I was so annoyed when we lost the base in a house move. I am proud to say I assembled mine myself too. A complete first! This is a lovely updated version X

  • This competition is now closed and we are very pleased to announce that the lucky winner is @peggyandfox on Instagram. Congratulations Peggy, please email us at [email protected] and we will organise your prize. Massive thank you to everyone who entered x

  • A great little activity centre for the little ones. It looks so much fun, it has really bright colours and lots to touch, look and chew. Great for leg strength as well.

  • We had an older version too which was passed forward ages ago, now we have a new little princess in the family and I’m sure little Florence’s Mum would appreciate some hands free time occasionally and this looks brill x

  • Well m first child is due in june, so i haven’t got a clue which activity stations etc to look into. However this looks fab and I love the animal themed products as they are more gender neutral which is handy when you are trying to get prepared before finding out what your having!!

  • We don’t know yet! My first Great Niece was born early on Boxing Day but I hope that her fantastic great Aunt (aka moi) will make her smile!

  • My little one who is now 2 has always been a smiler since he was tiny, he’s always laughing at his daddy! He always smiles and giggles when daddy makes funny voices and listening to his toys squeak, now at 2 he smiles every time he sees a camera flash and always smiles when he sees his baby brother wriggle! We are expecting our second baby in March and found our Jumperoo fantastic, it was definitely worth every penny our little man was so fascinated by it and absolutely loved it which was a huge advantage, gave mummy’s arms a rest! The only problem was we had to stick a cushion under to allow him to jump, the height settings are fantastic, incredible reviews so useful! This would be perfect for our little man, it’s suggested he wants to meet his mummy a few weeks earlier then he should do so it would be perfect to be prepared, this would just be fantastic, thanks so much for the chance:)

  • It looks amazing! I would love one for my little girl! My daughter loves bouncy movements and she smiles when you pull funny faces at her. I think she would love it. I really enjoyed the review and good to know that it is easy to assemble and that it’s foldable when not in use!

  • Her big Sister always manages to get the most smiles. She has such a beautiful way of communicating with her, you can see how much they mean to each other already:-) x

  • I would love to win this for Holly. She is always “on the go” and loves singing, especially Twinkle Twinkle over and over and over…

  • My older children, Henry 8 and Jacob 6, make their baby brother smile more than anything! He instantly lights up, giggling and cooing away!

  • would love this for my pregnant friend we never had one sadly but they look great my son now aged 4 1/2 has special needs he learnt to walk just over a year ago and is happy about everything but i must say one of the times he smiles the most is when hes being clapped and cheered on as he manages to do something new unaided:)

  • can’t wait until my baby girl is big enough for this, the review is great, the new version looks so much fun. Love seeing those big smiles when LOs are having fun! I have commented on your fb page and keeping everything crossed to win this for my daughter:) Happy new year:) x

  • we had the older version for my son and he loved it. would love this version for my daughter looks like there is much more to do and see

  • My little boy laughs when his daddy plays hide and seek with him.:) He also loves to jump so this would really make him smile!:)

  • would love to win won of these can imagine myself just watching my little one playing away and being able to cook dinner whilst watching him play.

  • My baby boy loves smiling and giggling, especially at his daddy when he gets in from work! He is always wanting to stand and jump on me so think he would absolutely love this!

  • At the moment our two cats make our 6 month old daughter smile more than anything else. When they walk in the room she stops what she is doing and smiles and giggles. So cute. We would love the new jumperoo for her:)

  • I’d love to win!! My son always smiles when my Husband or I play guitar to him!
    He’s guitar mad and has been since he was a few months!:D

  • Ok so my niece is old and she loves her my little pony dolls this makes her smile all day I would love to enter this for my pregnant friend as I think it will bring her little one hours of joy

  • Wow, thanks for this video. We had a jumperoo 5 years ago and I’ve been trying to get my sister to have one so I’ll be showing her this video!!

  • This looks fab, a great way to entertain and tire your child. My son loves it when we play peek a boo and his daddy pulling funny faces, nothing cuter than seeing your baby smile and giggle.

  • Lovely mummies, daddies and babies and excellent product review too, although slightly pricey as one of the mum’s said, it grows with your child so I think it’s worth the cost. Would love to win one for my great niece who is due in May 2016.

  • Our Little Jack giggles his head off when I do the headband dance:-), but his favourite giggle game has to be when we play “Sleeping Lions” with him. We pretend to be asleep and then wake up unexpectedly roaring and he loves it:-)

  • we had one when our little boy was a baby. Now my sister have a baby and this is one of must have things! We still humming the tune now and then with my husband:-)

  • My son is forever happy. He is always smiling but what makes him smile the most is making people laugh at him and the things he does! I just hope baby number 2 does as well!

  • I think it looks great but I agree it is very bulky. I know my baby girl would absolutely adore this…we just need to find the space for my bouncing girl to enjoy ��

  • Arianna has really got used to people taking photos of her. She knows just what to do. When the flash lights up she puts on the biggest grin, it is so endearing.

  • How were you folks able to take it apart to clean? I can’t figure it out! I’d like to take the seat and toys out for a spit up accident as well.:) Would you be willing to make a video showing how to pop the seat and toys out?