Finding the Best Baby Activity Center for your little one can be a bit overwhelming. With all of the options available, a decision can be hard to come by. If you’re having trouble deciding between the Baby Einstein Around the World Discovery Center and the Evenflo Splash Mega Exersaucer, I might be able to help.
First of all, let’s take a look at some of the common features. Both the Baby Einstein Exersaucer and the Evenflo Exersaucer offer a seat that swivels 360 degrees, allowing your little one access to all of the different toys. Both also offer a removable, washable seat pad, and 3 height adjustments. Both the Evenflo Exersaucer and Baby Einstein Exersaucer are rated for babies 4 months up to 30″ tall/25 pounds, or until child is walking. Both Baby Exersaucers also offer several different age appropriate toys that help develop important motor skills such as, object exploration, cause and effect learning, self-awarness, and hand-eye coordination.
Now let’s take a look at the differences. First of all, the Evenflo Exersaucer lets your baby rock, spin, and bounce, whereas the Baby Einstein Exersaucer only offers the ability to rock or spin. However, the Baby Einstein Exersaucer also has a couple toys with sound that light up, such as the musical piano which offers 3 modes, melodies, nature sounds, and color learning. It also offers three different languages, English, Spanish, and French. The Evenflo Exersaucer comes with a removable snack tray for easy cleanup, and the Baby Einstein Exersaucer only offers a small built in snack tray.
As far as toys go, it’s hard to say which ones are better, however the Evenflo Exersaucer offers interchangeable toys, so if your little one gets bored with the current toys you can simply add new ones. However, the Baby Einstein Exersaucer does offer musical toys, which are always a plus. As far as reviews go, both exersaucers did really well. 61 out of 70 reviewers loved the Baby Einstein Exersaucer, and 55 out of 64 reviewers loved their Evenflo Exersaucer. As for prices, the Baby Einstein Exersaucer costs about $21.00 more at $68.00, whereas the Evenflo Exersaucer costs $46.98.
In conclusion, the Baby Einstein Exersaucer/Around The World Discovery Center costs $10.00 more but also offers higher end toys that light up and play music, as well as different languages for learning. The Evenflo Exersaucer – Mega Splash, costs $10.00 less and offers bouncing as well as rocking and spinning, and also includes a better snack tray, and interchangeable toys. If you’re still unsure, view the links below for video demonstrations.