Locate the seat adjustment button on the front under the tray. Press the button and move the seat up or down to adjust for your baby. b> Turn counterclockwise to lock the position.
Locate the height adjustment knob on the front bottom of the main compartment. If the baby is not in the unit, press the button while moving the frame up or down. Lock the height by turning the knob counterclockwise. Use the height adjustment lever to fully fold the unit for storage or transport.
To adjust the height, remove the baby from the baby walker. Turn the safety knob lengthwise and push the safety knob up until the mechanism releases. Set the desired height.
It should be comfortable so you don’t have to bend down to reach it or hunch your shoulders towards your ears because it’s too high. By adjusting it to your wrist height, it brings the height to the recommended 20 degree elbow bend but without measuring or cracking your 10th grade geometry!
Hang your arm straight down at your side, should line up the tip of your cane with the crease in your wrist.
If you are very tall or short, you may find it difficult to find a cane or walker that adjusts to the right size for you. For those who are on the short side, special petite walkers are available to ensure your mobility aid works properly for you.
Whether you want to store your Jumperoo, prepare it for transport, or move it temporarily, disassembling and then folding the Jumperoo is the easiest way to get it ready for whatever you need to do.
Walking aids are typically designed for babies between the ages of 4 and 16 months. Having said that, baby must be able to keep their head fairly stable and their feet touching the floor when placed in the baby walker in order to use it.