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Joie Baby Serina Swing Review

27 May 2015

Swings can be a great way to help relax your child, and give you a moment of peace in the process, but so many of our customers find that their large, bulky shape makes them hard to travel with and they take up a lot of space in the home.

A company that loves to revolutionise the most standard baby products, Joie Baby have listened to these complaints and have created a 2-in-1 Swing that gives maximum enjoyment with a more functional design.

The Serina 2-in-1 Swing is both a swing and a rocker in one unit. When you are using your Serina in the home it can be used with the larger swing frame and when travelling you can transform the Serina into a compact rocker. While the swing frame might still seem large, the addition of wheels, lighter materials and an integrated handle make this swing more portable from room to room.

Aside from this unique feature, the Serina also includes a multi-motion swing design, 6-swing speeds, a 3-position recline for maximum comfort, a pivoting overhead toy bar with two plush toys, a 5-point harness, an open design for easy access to your child and a removable and washable seat pad and a plush infant support to help cocoon your child in the newborn stage.
Most importantly, the Serina Swing creates a peaceful atmosphere for your little one with a soft nightlight with variable brightness, 2-speed soothing vibrations, 5 classic lullabies and 5 nature soundtracks, helping to relax and calm even the most frazzled bub.

The Joie Baby Serina Swing is powered by an A/C adaptor or batteries making it perfect for on the go families, and with the adaptable design it is easy to use wherever life takes you.

The Joie Baby Serina 2-in-1 Swing is now available in-store and online at Baby Mode, and for more information comment below or visit us in store and chat with a member of our friendly team! 

So tell us, what do you think of the Serina Swing? Let us know in the comments below!

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