Product Reviews / 13 March, 2020 / Christina Walter

The Ultimate Way To Soothe Your Baby: A Review Of The Joie Sansa 2 in 1 Soother

We’d like to introduce you to the Sansa 2 in 1 soother from global baby gear brand Joie. This premium multi-motion rocker has been built within a small footprint frame so it’s ideal for squeezing into even the tightest of living rooms.

Multiple features to entertain and soothe your baby

The Sansa 2 in 1 soother might be small in size, but as far as multi-soothers go, it’s big in motion.

The Sansa has been designed to sway from side to side and as well as being able to glide front to back. It also has the ability to combine both movements at once, for those time you need to mix it up! Pretty awesome right?

Speeds and vibration

The Joie Sansa has multiple speeds and the option for seat vibration, to provide the ultimate relaxing experience for your baby.

Recline positions and soothing sounds

This multi-mover and mini-soother offer a three-position recline, five classic lullabies, five different nature sounds and dual vibration settings.

The seat can also turn 90o on the frame to change the direction of all motions, giving your baby something new to look at.

With the Sansa, although fairly compact in size, you have a whole host of options for soothing your baby in those first few months.

Comfort & safety

The seat’s soft-touch 5 point harness with lower buckle cover keeps your baby safe and secure at all times. The plush full body inserts, cocooned shaped seat and soft-touch harness make it ultra-comfortable destination for a good chill-out sesh.

We love that the infant body insert and head support is machine washable so it’s easy to keep clean, which comes in handy if your baby is suffering from reflux.

Portable rocker

The Joie Sansa has a lightweight, lift-off seat that doubles as a portable rocker when used off the frame. This gives you a portable rocker that you can move around the house with ease.

It has a pivoting carry handle which makes it super easy to lift the rocking seat.

There’s also a rock stop foot that can flip down to stop the rocking motion when required.

Editor’s comment:

“I found our Joie rocker to be a complete sanity-saver during the first few months of both our baby’s lives. Both of my children suffered from terrible reflux and gut pain, and it’s true that one of the only places I could put them to calm them down was in the rocker.” says Ellie Thompson, editor of My Baba.

“Reflux babies like to be held upright, so being able to lay them down in a Moses basket or crib to chill was never an option for us. It was the rocker all the way. My baby is now 11 months old and we finally had to say goodbye to our Joie rocker. It was the one baby product I was very sad to see go.”

The Joie Sansa is available in a choice of two gorgeous designs, ‘Fern’ or ‘In the Rain’ and is equipped with a toy bar with two plush toys to keep baby entertained while awake.


You can buy your Joie Sansa for £150 from Boots


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