Evenflo ExerSaucer Door Jumper Review

A baby jumper is a fun activity that allows your baby to use his still developing leg muscles. Baby jumpers are essentially a seat attached to an elastic strap. Your baby sits in the seat and uses his toes to push off the ground. Baby jumpers rely on this up and down movement to keep your baby delighted.

Many parents agree that an active baby sleeps better at night and use a baby jumper as a solution to get rid of their baby’s excess energy. A pooped baby is a sleepy baby.

Available in 4 different styles (beach, zoo, jungle and bee), this baby jumper has an unusual feature not found on the majority of other baby bouncers, a jumping pad. The jumping pad will allow your baby to use the jumper anywhere in your house, even on cold, hard tiles.

With 58 play activities your baby will have plenty to do long after he has tired of bouncing. Some of these toys are removable so that your baby can play with them outside of the bouncer, say, in the stroller or on car trips.

Evenflo ExerSaucer Door Jumper Overview

Evenflo’s ExerSaucer Door Jumper is a simple, yet perfect plaything. It doesn’t offer many bells and whistles, but provides plenty of pure and healthy, bouncing fun. The framed seat acts like a little saucer and encloses your baby snugly for comfort and safety. You can attach your baby’s favorite toys to the loops conveniently located on the doorway jumper, keeping baby even more amused while bouncing around.

You will be at ease knowing the door frame clamp is sturdy and supports the baby jumper securely on door frames 3 to 6 inches wide. If you are tight for space, this jumper features a trim design, so it doesn’t take up much room unlike other bulky playthings. Another handy feature is that Evenflo designed the jumper to be easily packed and transported, so you can take it to grandma’s house or anywhere else your baby needs a little exercise and playtime.

Style: Many different themes

  • 58 activities

  • Bounce pad

  • Adjustable height

  • Removable/washable seat pad

Disadvantages: Can be difficult for babies to turn the seat around on their own.

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