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Best Swing: Fisher-Price Revolve Swing

The next best thing to a mother's arms is a swing that mimics mom's movement.
ByThe Bump Editors
Updated
March 26, 2021
The Fisher-Price Revolve Swing wins the 2017 Best of Baby award from The Bump
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We love having baby attached at the hip, but there are times, say, when you need to go to the bathroom, maybe take a shower or possibly (just possibly) hold a cup of coffee and actually sit down to drink it. The new Fisher-Price Revolve swing may be the best alternative to you that baby’s gonna get: The swing’s rhythmic motions are designed to replicate mom’s natural movements.

WHAT WE LOVE

  • The Revolve features a circular swaying motion that’s designed to imitate how mom naturally moves. It has six speeds and two recline positions so you can select the setting that’s right for your child
  • When baby’s awake, you better believe it’s playtime. This swing comes complete with an overhead mobile, 16 songs and three sounds
  • A common complaint when it comes to swings is just how big they are. At 25 percent smaller than other full-size swings, the Fisher-Price one deserves props for its space-saving frame

SUMMARY

The ability to soothe like mom would and still save on space earns this swing our vote.

Price: $130, Available January

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