We received this as a gift for my sons first birthday, at first he quite liked it, made clicky noises and all that. But when he was 15m old he had just learned to walk, he fell over as 1 year olds do and landed face first onto this toy. Now you see the little white switches - this busted his lower eye lid open and he need eye and plastic surgery 4 times to repair it, and he is still left with a weepy eye as the tear duct was severed.
So its a nice toy, but be aware, its not safe if your child happens to fall on it.
Oh and ELC/Mothercare don't seem that bothered in my suggestions to make a change so it doesn't happen to anyone else. And in their words they don't design their toys for the weight of a child to fall on them! As if 1 year olds don't fall over
Simply make the white high switches (that are no thicker than the back of a KNIFE!) flatter and wider, my family and son wouldn't of had this nightmare that this toy caused, and the poor response from this "Child friendly" brand