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Fisher Price have the most popular baby swing every made. Today we are going to test this swing and find out just how good it really is compared to others on the market.

These days baby swings come with many modes and functions, they vibrate, play songs, swing in all different directions and much more. How do the Fisher Price baby swings match up?

You don’t necessarily need to purchase a baby swing, however they do come in really handy.

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When a baby just won’t settle what do you do? This is your answer. A baby swing has been proven to calm babies down, they even help babies sleep that suffer from colic.

Baby Swings Fisher Price

The most popular Fisher Price baby swings include:

  1. Fisher Price Sweet Snugapuppy Dreams Cradle’n Swing
  2. Fisher Price Papasan Cradle Swing – Starlight
  3. Fisher-Price Take-Along Swing and Seat – Rainforest Friends

These are the top three baby swings by Fisher Price. All three have received really good reviews, we have tried and tested them too.

Fisher Price is a leading brand for all baby products including high chairs, baby seats, baby monitors and more. You can be certain they are going to be safe to use. It’s a popular brand and you are going to find out why this is so.

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Baby Swings Fisher Price Reviews

Read our reviews on the top two Fisher Price baby swings. We have tried and tested them for you. Our guide will help you to decide which model to purchase.

Just to be clear, our test baby loved both swings, the one you choose will come down to cost. The Fisher Price baby swings cost between $100 and $350.

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#1 Fisher Price Sweet Snugapuppy Dreams Cradle’n Swing

Fisher Price Sweet Snugapuppy Dreams Cradle’n Swing

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This isn’t just the best selling Fisher Price swing, it’s the best selling baby swing of all time. It’s reasonably priced and has all the needed modes and functions, not over done.

The swing can take a baby weighing up to 25 pounds, maybe a bit over. It can hold a newborn as it has good head support.

First of all lets run through what is on offer. The swing can be used in 2 different motions, has 2 recline positions, 6 swing speeds and can play 16 sounds and music. The seat is soft and the material can be removed and washed in the machine.

What makes this Fisher Price swing so popular? Well most baby swings just swing in one direction only. This swing goes in two directions. The swing can go side to side or back and forth.

Our test baby absolutely loved this swing, she fell asleep in it after just ten minutes. What makes it the best is it’s absolute simplicity to use.

The control panel is located at the top so no bending over required to get it started. The in built songs are okay, baby loved them but we found them very repetitive. Not a big problem really.

Another big buying point is its storability, the legs simply pull off with ease so it can be put out of the way with ease when not in use.

Quite simply it’s the best and probably will be for a very long time to come. It has everything you need and more and the babies love it.

You can review the user manual here.

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To see the swing in action take a look at this video:

#2 Fisher Price Papasan Cradle Swing – Starlight

Papasan Cradle Swing Starlight FISHER PRICE

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The Fisher Price Starlight has a lovely little twist to the Snugapuppy Dreams model mentioned above. It has an over head star light show, it actually kept our test baby mesmerised for around an hour before she fell asleep.

The weight limit is 25 pounds, the minimum weight is 5.5 pounds so is good for most newborn babies to use, it has good head support too.

The chair is also surrounded by a canopy, it’s there to keep babies attention on the light show and this really does work well.

The swing can be set to operate at one of 6 different speeds and has 16 sounds and music built into it.

The swing has 2 vibration modes and even has a tray on the front to place babies favourite toys on. Many swings do not have a tray, this may appeal to some parents.

The swing can also operate back and forth or side to side. The swing can be powered by batteries or plug in.

The one big disadvantage is the fact that it takes up a lot of space, the holding legs flare out widely at the bottom. If you are short on space then this is not the swing for you.

The tray can be removed for cleaning as can all the material. It has a 5 point harness so you can be 100% certain your baby will not fall out at any time.

Do we recommend this swing? The light show one is the best for baby girls by a long way. If you want to keep it simple we prefer the Snugapuppy Dreams.

To read the user manual go here.

Tip: always keep an eye on your baby in the swing using a long range baby monitor with cameras.

To see the swing being used take a look at this video:

Both of these Fisher Price baby swings have received good reviews and are reasonably priced. It’s a great brand, you will not be disappointed if you buy one.

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