If you compare the Fisher Price Open Top Rainforest Cradle Swing with the Fisher Price My Little Snugabunny Cradle n Swing you’ll find several similarities, however, there are a few key differences that may help you decide.
Both the Snugabunny Swing and the Rainforest Swing offer two motions, side to side cradle, and head to toe swinging motions. Both cradle swings also offer a 2 position recline, 6 speeds, and a 3-point restraint for safety. Both the Rainforest Swing and the Snugabunny Swing are battery operational, and offer an AC adapter. Also, they both offer overhead toy mobiles with hanging toys that spin, removable and washable seat pads, have a maximum weight limit of 25 pounds, and fold for storage.
The Snugabunny Swing offers 8 different melodies, 4 relaxing, and 4 entertaining, as well as 2 nature sounds, with volume control. The Rainforest Swing offers 12 volume controlled songs, both playful and calming, plus the toy mobile fold’s up for easy access to the seat, making loading and unloading your little one a breeze. Both offer removable infant head rests, but the Snugabunny Swing also comes with removable side support and a micro plush boa, plus extra soft fiber fill and a deeper seat.
The only other difference is price. The Rainforest Swing lists for $144.99, whereas the Snugabunny Swing lists for $164.99. However, currently at Amazon.com, both cradle swings are on sale, the Rainforest Swing for $105.00, and the Snugabunny Swing for $126.97. So why is the Snugabunny more expensive? Well it could be that it’s a newer model, plus it offers a deeper seat with an extra soft fiber fill. Plus it also comes with a little toy bunny.
As for reviews, the Snugabunny Swing had less reviews, but with a better percentage of customer satisfaction. With 95 out of 109 reviewers rating it 4 to 5 stars, with 5 being the max. That’s 87% customer satisfaction. The Rainforest Swing did not do quite as well, with 170 out of 246 reviewers rating it 4 to 5 stars, that’s 70% customer satisfaction. The biggest complaints were about the swing speeds. A couple reviewers stated that the Snugabunny Swing was too fast, whereas the Rainforest Swing was too slow, and to some, also too loud.
If you’re still undecided, check out the full reviews listed below.