The Graco Lovin Hugs Swing comes with a curved frame, designed to mimic a mother’s arms, as well as six different speeds, and four reclining positions. Also included, 10 classical songs and 5 nature sounds to keep your little one entertained and soothed. The innovative, hammock-style seat is complete with removable body support and infant head support, providing comfort and a perfect fit. This Graco Swing is designed with an open top, therefore allowing for easy access to your baby. Also included, a one-hand flip-tray, engaging mobile with toys for visual stimulation, and a 30-minute timer feature with three settings for automatic shut-off.
Features and Specifications:
- Curved frame mimics a mother’s arms
- Removable body support, and infant head support
- 5-point adjustable child safety harness
- Open top for easy access to baby
- Machine washable seat pad
- Easy entry tray
- 4 reclining positions
- Mobile with toys, does not require additional batteries
- 10 classical songs and 5 nature sounds
- 6 different speeds
- Option of AC plug-in or battery operation (D Batteries, not included)
- 30-minute timer with three settings for automatic shut-off
- Fold easily for storage
- Min/Max: 5 pounds to 30 pounds
- Product in Inches (L x W x H): 34.5 x 27.0 x 44.0
As far as reviews go, the Graco Lovin Hugs Swing did okay. 37 out of 62 reviewers rated it 4 to 5 stars, with 5 being the max. There were some complaints that the motor seized up, but other than that, most seemed pretty satisfied with their purchase.
Lovin Hug is a must have baby item,November 30, 2010
We have two of these swings – the “Devon” pattern, and the plug-in “Happy Day Pooh”. The Devon is now 3 years old and the motor is starting to go, but it was used every day for about a year and a half, naps and bedtime. It’s now living at the grandparents’ house as a back up.
The Pooh patten is the exact same swing, but with the wonderful addition of being a plug-in (can use batteries too). Our newest baby does not sleep well flat, and the while the recline on this swing is deep it is upright enough to keep him happy.
Best: 5 point harness, deep recline and multiple positions, 6 speeds from barely moving to warp (though as the baby gets heavier, all the speeds slow down), timer, soft seat.
Worst: nature sounds and music are horrible, loud motor (but my boys liked the click-clack), large footprint, when baby is heavier it eats batteries.
Overall, this cannot be beat..
Sooths our twins,March 8, 2010
By Scot R. Looker “Scot”, (Boonton, NJ USA)
The swing is instrumental in soothing our twins. I will put one in it while I take care of the other, then switch. It’s a great swing. My daughter loves the mobile. It has different speeds for swinging, which is great since my daughter is very sensitive and swing slower than my son. It has music right and nature sounds on the unit, with volume control. It is a little difficult to buckle them in, especially when they are crying, but it is very secure once they are in. Never used the swaddling accessory. The batteries last a long time. I have only changed them once since we’ve began using it (3 months). We use it every day. It is quiet when the music is off. The seat is adjustable. The straps are adjustable.