I read a couple of reviews on this and was concerned it would be difficult to put together. It was not. The assembly is time consuming but not difficult. The end product is rather cool. The design means that the baby's own movement creates a bouncing chair. If the baby is still as when asleep, the chair is quiescent. There is a soothing switch which applies a low vibration to the frame which in turn is transferred to the frame cover on which the baby is positioned. The soothing switch seems some what extraneous but I guess that might calm some kids.
The music is typical kids toy music, kind of bouncy and steel drum like. There is a switch for a longer playing tune or a short ditty. The music starts when either the child or adult pulls one of the two brightly colored dangling toys. When the music plays the red, yellow and blue lights flash and illuminate the parrot, cat and zebra with instruments that stand on the top rail. The 10 day old grand daughter is not impressed but I suspect as she gains mobility the hanging toys will be within reach and she can entertain herself. Right now it is just a comfortable place to sleep. It seems stable and secure and the build quality seems quite nice. The method of securing the baby seems good. I like it.
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From the vendor:
Baby-activated musical activity toy bar with global beats, music and colorful lights really gets baby moving and grooving!
Animal activity toy friends bounce & wiggle as baby bounces in the seat
Plays up to 20 minutes of music
Light show encourages eye-tracking
Machine-washable, dryer-safe seat pad
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