Different Types of Baby Swings

Introduction

There are no doubt hundreds of different models available when it comes to baby swings. There are however two main types which they can be split into. Full Size Baby Swings and Portable or Travelling Baby Swings.

Full Size or Portable?

These are your most popular type of baby swing because it provides your baby with enough room to stretch about while still remaining snug and safe.. These models are not very portable but do fold away for easy storage when not in use. Full size swings are also more expensive than portable swings but you are getting what you pay for and they do say silence is golden after all. Full size Baby swings are a lot more comfortable for a bigger or taller baby in the sense that they are higher off of the ground than portable swings.

Portable swings are more convenient because they are smaller in size and can be carried so they are not limited to one space only. Not only are they smaller but they are cheaper too which will suit a tight budget. These models are also motorised but will obviously not benefit a bigger baby and because of their lower proximity to the ground, a taller baby might find their heels dragging on the ground.

Best Baby Swing for Small Spaces

The Graco Glider LX Gliding Swing is quite convenient for small spaces and only takes up 40% of your space in comparison with other swings. It can be utilized as a plug in or operated with batteries and the removable seat is easy to maintain. It uses 5D Batteries and is made in China from durable metal and material. The maximum weight is 30 pounds which is the highest for a baby swing.

This is a great option if you are pressed for space or if your budget is a bit tight. All of the features of a full size swing packed into a portable one.This model is very easy to set up and it is one of the best portable swings on the market today. It is the best option for any small or narrow spaces or areas that might not be near a power outlet. Designed to suit your space needs and your pocket.

Best Swing for Smaller Rooms

The Fisher-Price Space Saver Swing and Seat is a safe and user friendly model which is packed with features such as 6 song soundtracks, 6 different swinging speeds and a 5 point safety harness. This model is definitely a space saver as far as baby swings go and it only weighs 11 pounds. This model is battery operated and uses 4 C batteries. It has an estimated battery life of 3 hours and the maximum weight is 25 pounds. A great option for keeping baby entertained for short period period’s time. The smaller size is great for limited space options and it is light enough to be carried around.

Best Baby Swing for Sleeping

Best Baby Swing for Small Spaces

The My Little Snugapuppy Cradle ’n Swing from Fisher-Price has a plug in option which saves on batteries so that your baby can relax, swing and play for longer. It is also a better option for sleep time thanks to the reclining settings which allow baby to lie at a flatter angle. The swing has two motions, side to side cradle motion or traditional head-to-toe swing motion.

There are 6 different swing speeds to choose from a range of soothing nature sounds to help baby relax and stimulate aurally. Three adjustable seat positions and two-position recline allows baby to face his favourite side. This is a great feature because it allows Mom to keep an eye on baby while they are taking a power nap in the swing.