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Chances are if you are here then you are in the market for a Mamaroo infant seat or maybe you just stumbled across them for the first time. So, what exactly is a Mamaroo? It is an infant seat that replicates how parents move. How do they do that? The crew at 4moms strapped motion-capture vests to parents and then literally mimicked the motions using electric motors. Is it as good as the real thing? It’s as close as a machine can get. Bouncy seats and swings simply cannot do what that the Mamaroo does.
The Mamaroo Classic Features:
- Five unique movements: Kangaroo, Car Ride, Rock-a-Bye, Tree Swing, and Wave. (If you are like us, you probably want to buy it just for that car ride one. What baby does not fall asleep in the car?)
- Four built-in sounds and an mp3 hookup, if you would rather play your own music.
- Securely locks baby in.
- Adjustable recline, which is nice for babies with reflux.
- App to control sound and motion.
- Removable plush toy balls, machine washable.
- Easily removable cover which is machine washable as well.
- Small footprint at only half the size of a traditional swing.
Mamaroo Classic vs Plush
So, now that you might have a better grasp of what the Mamaroo is, you might be wondering what the catch is? Well, it is expensive. Its starting price is $209.96. That is probably the biggest catch you will find. Its newer version the Mamaroo Plush is .
Now you ask what’s the difference between the Mamaroo Classic and the Plush? What do you get for that extra $30 dollars?
The only difference between the two is literally the covers. The basic Mamaroo comes with a canvas cover. The Mamaroo Plush comes with a soft velvety cover. The extra money is the price of buying a plush cover.
Is the Plush worth the extra money? Well, you could have the best of both worlds and just buy the classic and a plush cover. It is up to you whether you want that extra bit of plushness or would rather stick to the canvas material. Either way though, wouldn’t you buy an extra cover for cleaning purposes?
We hope this cleared up a bit of the confusion over what the difference between these two infant seats actually are and helped you make the right decision on your purchases.
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