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Fisher Price Go Wild Jumperoo Reviews

4/5
67% OF CHICKS DIG IT
3 reviews
Ranked #25 out of 356 in Baby Gear - Swings, Jumpers & Bouncers

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Recommended? You Betcha!
May 09, 2016


My little guy loves this jumperoo. Hes just becoming more aware to sounds, lights, music etc so i find that this is great for that. The music isn't even bad so mom and dad can actually listen without going crazy. Great for when baby is fussy and bored.

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January 28, 2016


I've bought another jumperoo when my Lo was 6months old. It was way too big so I got this one instead. My LO used it and loved it for a short while. After becoming mobile she didn't want to play with this anymore. SHe's now 11 months and don't want to use it anymore. But when she was a smaller baby she loved it. It was worth it to see her play in it even this it was for a short time. It talks says words like elephant, money, Apple, grape, plays music (good music) you can adjust the volume as well.



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September 26, 2015


I received this as a gift and I would only recommend this item if you have endless space to store it assembled. I really love this jumperoo and so did my daughter. She loved to jump around and play with the toys for long periods of time which allowed me do things like go to the washroom, laundry, make dinner and anything else that I needed while I knew she was contained and safe! LOL However once my daughter grew out of it I needed to put it away. I assembled the jumperoo which wasn`t that hard so I knew it would only take a few min to dis-assemble. I took apart the wide base no problem and was only going to take off the toy bar that goes up and around (the toys in the bouncer were going to stay as there was no need to remove for storage). The one side came out no problem the second side seemed to give me trouble. I re-read the instructions and nowhere was there and instructions on how to remove. It was a simple snap in for assembly so I couldn`t figure out why it wouldn`t come lose. I finally pulled it out to only figure out it broke. The side that was stuck has metal hooks like putting in a battery so that it connects and has the ability to light up when the unit is turned on. One hook snapped in half and the other three were mangled. I contacted Fisher Price and they let me know that SNAP IN means a one time assembly. I can read and am educated and nowhere does it say that...... they told me it is implied and the unit is not to be disassembled. I have notified them that SNAP IN does not mean that and in future should use real parents to test products as not everyone wants to keep these things assembled and stored in their house. However in order to correct their error they sent me the replacement toy bar and no charge at advised that my complaint was being forwarded about updating their instructions

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