When my son was born 3 years ago, the single best investment we ever made was the Evenflo Exer-Saucer. He jumped and played in that thing until he was literally big enough to tip it over and crawl out of it! So when my daughter was born last June, it was a no-brainer that we would also have one for her, as we gave my son's away after he was finished with it. The price of the Evenflo Exer-Saucer is twice as much as the Bright Starts Saucer, so we decided to go with this model instead of the one my son had. I didn't realize just how different this one was until it came in the mail. While the look of it is very similar to the Evenflo model, none of the toys on this one are interactive or electronic. The plastic is very flimsy and cheap, and one piece of ours doesn't snap into place as it is supposed to. The main thing I was disappointed about was the fact that my son could actually jump & bounce in the Evenflo model, as there are springs built into the legs. This one does not have that capability, so the seat is completely stationary, other than being able to rotate around in a circle. I really wanted my daughter to be able to jump in this, so we will probably end up having to purchase a Jump-a-Roo as well. On the positive side, this Saucer is adorably pink and comes with some pretty cute toys. I like the bar that goes across the top, and we use it to hang other toys. If I had to go back and do it all over again, I would probably shell out the extra money for the Evenflo model, but I like this one well enough not to return it.
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