How to Decide on a non-toxic baby swing?
You can’t simply up and buy things these days, the market is exploding with baby products. You may end up overpaying for a product that isn’t worth it or compromise on the quality and features to get a cheaper product.
Here is a list of all the features that you can look for and decide which ones should you look for in a swing.
Perhaps this doesn’t qualify as a feature for the baby swing, however, without this one important detail, it will all be in vain. You could find the perfect swing for your little one and then your wallet could simply deny cooperation.
All the research and hard work will simply go in vain. That is why it is ideal to first and foremost decide a budget that will not leave you strained. Hopefully, you will be able to find a baby swing that fits most of the criteria perfectly.
Strong But Lightweight
You are placing a life that you value perhaps more than yourself inside the swing. You need to make sure that it is reliable. That is why you need a seat that is robust and sturdy so that when your baby moves around it doesn’t tip over. An ideal swing will have a wide base so that it can easily support the swinging motion along with the weight and the movement of your baby. You do need it to be rather lightweight, however. Since you will be moving around and will have to move the swing about, you need for it to be practically carry-able.
Power Source: Power Plug or Batteries
There are two options when it comes to baby swings. You can either buy the one that has a power plug or you can get one with the batteries. With the power plug, the battery is rechargeable so you will not have to worry about replacing them after a certain time. You can simply plug it in the power outlet and that is it. It does tend to become annoying at times to plug it again and again.
With the battery-operated swings, you don’t have to worry about plugging it in from time to time, you can forget about them until the time you have to change them. It can be a little burdensome for some people to buy batteries.
Since you need to move the baby around, it needs to be easily portable. Unless you have a fixed space where you can keep the baby at all times, then you can get one without portability.
Portable swings are usually easier to carry and move. You can take them to whatever place you go to or leave them with your kid when they go see their grandmother.
Since your baby is growing by leaps and bound, it is possible that they would grow out the swing very quickly. To get the best out of a swing, you need to get the one that has a maximum life span. These are usually up to 6 months.