The Fisher-Price Starlight Papasan Cradle Swing soothes baby with a two-position reclining seat and six swing speeds. The variety of songs and fascinating light show win particular praise, as does the plush star mobile. However, the swing is plagued by reports of faulty motors and some reviewers feel the three-point harness is unsafe.
Is a three-point harness secure enough? Recommended for use from birth until baby reaches 25 pounds, the Fisher-Price Starlight Papasan Cradle Swing features a three-point harness and tray, although many reviewers wish for a five-point harness to secure baby better. Easy to assemble, a few users say the legs wobble, making the frame seem unstable. The swing offers comfortable, nest-like cushioning for infant head support, as well as two seat-recline positions, but the attached canopy worries some parents when their baby begins to grasp and pull on the fabric.ProsMultiple swing positions, Electric or battery power, Entertaining featuresConsMotor may be unreliable, Lacks five-point harness, May be too slow for some babies