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Bright Starts Having A Ball Bop and Chomp Gator (Green, 6 - 36 Months)

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  • Use soft plastic mallet to pound balls through holes, activating lights, silly sounds and melodies
  • Teaches colours, opposites and cause & effect
  • Open gator's mouth to release balls
  • Can be used with or without the mallet
  • 2 x AA batteries included
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Technical Details
Model Number9173
Item Weight980 g
Product Dimensions26.9 x 18.9 x 14 cm
Item model number9173
Target genderUnisex
Batteries requiredYes
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank 36,303 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight980 g
Date First Available7 May 2012

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Bright Starts Having a Ball Bop & Chomp Gator

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Bright Starts Having a Ball Bop & Chomp Gator

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By D. Bull on 4 May 2014
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Bought as a gift and the children that received it have made very good use of it. It is sturdy, as it needs to be and they don't seem to get bored with it.
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Great fun and a little learning development too! 31 Jan. 2013
By Tara Fricke - Published on
My son got this for his first birthday and it is by far his favorite toy. I was amazed at how quickly he picked up on what to do with each of the balls; and he gets a kick out of matching the colored ball to the right hole. And he knows that it will make noise and flash lights when he pushes the balls in - he gets so excited. When it starts playing a tune he will jump up with the mallet and do a little shimmy dance, so the toy is so worth it right there! I do get a little frustrated that it seems like after a month of continuous use (every day) that the holes almost seem stretched out and are not as sensitive though, so the toy doesn't always recognize that a ball went through. The mouth of the gator slides down really easily too and my son has to really work to get the ball out of it's mouth. Again....I guess it's a learning thing so he recognizes the ball is in there, but he doesn't understand why it won't come out on it's own all the time. Cute, nice to keep my son occupied, but not built for all the wear and tear little ones put on their toys.
Cute, but my baby got her foot stuck in it. 27 Nov. 2012
By But anyways awesome - Published on
My daughter got this for her first birthday. It's likes it. However, I put her in the playpen with this toy while I did something on the computer. And I heard her start screaming from the next room. Poor baby's foot was caught in one of the ball holes. It was hurting her at the angle it was caught at. After quickly scooping her up and twisting the toy, I was able to wiggle her foot free, but I won't be leaving her alone with it anymore.
s quite boring. Doesn't hold a child's attention well 17 Jan. 2015
By raiseyourglass220 - Published on
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I gave for a Christmas gift and it;s quite boring. Doesn't hold a child's attention well.
Five Stars 28 Jan. 2015
By Kitana1 - Published on
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Love it as working with my children with disabilities.
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