The Amby Hammock is Recommended and Endorsed by leading American Pediatrician Dr. W. Sears. The only safe and practical way to use our patented Amby hammock is to hang it from our patented Amby frame. Baby hammocks that hang from ceilings, beams and doorways are, in our opinion, extremely unsafe. The Original & Safest Baby Hammock in the Market Day/night bed that doubles as a porta bed Assembles in minutes and packs neatly in the carry bag
4 Customer Reviews
by K Mitchell
I LOVED using the Amby.But I followed the manufacturers suggestion and stopped at Near 8 months old. I never had a problem.Father
by Ben C.
More than two months after the 12/8/2009 U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission recall on the Amby bed, we're still waiting for a repair kit from the manufacturer. With this kind of response, we will outgrow the bed before it is ever made safe for our child to use. Totally unacceptable response from the company, and evident disregard for the safety of their product.If only I could give it no stars!
The Amby bed was recalled on December 8, 2009 for suffocation deaths of two infants. Upon researching this bed online, I have found numerous people who said that , while they loved the bed, their kids did strange things in it (turning, flipping the mattress, getting squished to one side) that made then nervous but they continued to use the bed as there had never been a recall. After these suffocation deaths, the company obliterated its website and left owners no way to contact them with questions and failed to issue any warning as to the facts that they already knew. I have no respect for this company or their product.
he Amby Baby Hammock is a soft cloth baby bed/hammock that hangs from a steel stand on a spring. Your baby is nestled inside, and if she wakes up, her motion will cause the hammock to gently sway and bounce which lulls her back to sleep. Her body is snuggled in a slightly upright position, so this bed is great for babies with reflux or colic. My first 5 babies all slept in bassinets and in my bed, and were up every few hours until they were 1-3 years old. My last 2 babies have slept in the Amby Baby Hammock at least 5 hours a night as young as 2-3 days old. At 2 months old they are sleeping 8-10 hours a night, and NEVER did I ever listen to the baby cry to "train" her to sleep at night. The baby sleeps cozy and happy in her hammock. Criticism: Baby doesn't stay in one place in the hammock any more than she does in the crib-- expect to find your baby creatively positioned in this thing. I woke this morning to find my baby's leg hanging over the rail like your college roommate in the shotgun seat on a road trip. Sleeping soundly and happily, 10 hours since I'd put her down. :) My first experience with the Amby, I found that at about 7 1/2 months, my baby figured out how to sit up in it, and lean forward until she somersaulted forward out of it and crawled to me. Smart little cookie. This wasn't a huge problem; I adjusted by paying even more attention to her and getting her up as soon as she woke up so she wouldn't have to come looking for me. She slept in it until she was about 18 months old (then she kept getting out and coming to my bed, where she still sleeps now at almost 3 LOL)
2 Customer Opinions
This looks like it would be great for baby to sleep in.SO CUTE!
Seeing a product like this is what makes me want to have another baby! How cute is that?! It's one of those rare baby products that actually looks nice in your home. I love it!
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