We had this bouncer for our daughter. It was an absolute lifesaver!!! She was almost garunteed to fall asleep in it, either with the vibrations or by us bouncing it.
When she waqs older, she liked to kick the bottom to make the music and lights start, however, the toys were a bit too far out of her reach to be able to play with them.
We used this bouncer from when we came home from hospital, until DD was 7 (ish) months old, adn could sit up and pull herself out of it. I would recommend this product. It was the first item on our list to buy for our second child :).
Both my kids loved this bouncer. I leant it to 2 friends as well and their kids also loved it. The music and lights and coours keeps them happy and entertained. The bouncer itself is light and easy to move around.
Only down side is hanging toys are in wrong spot for when baby starts to reach.
This is a good bouncer to use from newborns to about 6months, depending on how active your baby is. It has music which can play for up to 15mins (although I never leave my child for that long, but its good to know), and the bobbing dogs and cats will keep them entertained when they get older as they will try to catch them when moving.
Although, it can only be used until they're 6 months or when they become mobile, because they can kick themselves off the bouncer from the top!
I've used this bouncer since my son was a couple of weeks old and have found both positive and negative aspects to it. On the plus side it is light and easy to move around the house. The toy bar is removable which has been very useful for my son, as he would often get frustrated at not being able to see everyone when he was in the bouncer. When you remove the toy bar the music no longer works, but the vibrations do which was great. The two different music settings (kick to hear music or automatic) allow for a bit of variation. On the negative side the hanging toys and bobbing heads are too far away, even at 5 months of age he struggles to reach them with his feet. I found the vibrations a little to forceful when he was really small - more disturbing than soothing, although as he got bigger this seemed less of a problem.
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