2017's Top Rated Baby Monitors
Evenflo Johnny Jump Up
4.19 / 5 based on 36 Reviews
Evenflo Johnny Jump Up, Bumbly: Recommended for a baby up to 24 lbs For an infant from 4 months to walking age Use only for a child who is able to hold head upright unassisted and who is not able to walk or climb out of product Framed seat fully surrounds child Adjustable straps Fully enclosed spring Fits standard doorways that are 3-6" thick with firmly affixed door trim at least 1/2" wide Assembly required Questions about product recalls? Items that are a part of a recall are removed from the Walmart.com site, and are no longer available for purchase. These items include Walmart.com items only, not those of Marketplace sellers. Customers who have purchased a recalled item will be notified by email or by letter sent to the address given at the time of purchase. For complete recall information, go to Walmart Recalls . see more...
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Evenflo Johnny Jump Up
- "Installation was super easy & could keep him entertained" in 1 review
Walmart has this for about $17 and it is very sturdy in the doorway. My kids all just wanted to spin in it instead of jump at first, but even when they started to jump they only wanted to stay in it for less than 5 minutes.
This is a great piece of baby gear - worth the money! My 9-month old will happily hang out in this while I'm making dinner, which helps free up my arms. This attaches to doorframes super easy, and I haven't had any damage whatsoever (and she's a heavy girl!). I really recommend this for a rambunctious baby that loves to bounce!
Our son loves this toy. It gives him a chance to stand on his own and now he loves bouncing in it. Really helps when I need to clean and he likes to watch!
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My baby got a lot of joy out of using this. Easy to install & uninstall. I was able to sell this for 75% of the original price when my daughter outgrew it. Excellenct baby product!
We didn't like this at all. A baby would need to be very heavy to get it to actually bounce and it doesn't hug them for support like the Jolly Jumper does.
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