If you take a look at our , you will see that the HALO Swivel Sleeper rated very highly among its competitors, third only to our other two award winners, the BabyBjörn Cradle which won our Editors' Choice award, and the which won our Best Value award. Based on our testing, we don't believe that the HALO is the right choice for a new mother looking for the best bassinet, but it is a very worthy and safe option, especially if you are planning a C-Section.
The HALO Swivel Sleeper was average next to the others in its set up. It certainly was not as complicated as the , however some rather involved assembly is required, especially in comparison to some of the ones that had very easy assembly like the [Fisher-Price Deluxe Rock 'n Play]]. It should be noted that a pregnant woman should not attempt to lift the HALO Bassinest Swivel Sleeper in its box due to its weight, and it should be assembled where it is intended to be used, as it is too awkward to transport once put together.
As a breastfeeding mom, it has always been important to me that my baby sleep in our master bedroom for the first few months. When your baby is waking to nurse 2-3 times during the night, having them right next to your bed just makes things a lot easier. When I heard about the brand new Halo Bassinest Swivel Sleeper, from the makers of the HALO Sleepsack and was offered the opportunity to try it out in our home (at no cost to facilitate this post), I couldn’t pass it up, especially after I watched this video showing all of it’s amazing features: