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Fisher Price Growing Baby Birdie Tweeter Mattel

by Mattel

RRP: £5.99
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Item Weight118 g
Product Dimensions19.6 x 18.4 x 9 cm
Manufacturer recommended age:3 months and up
Item model numberW3118
Batteries Included?No
  
Additional Information
ASINB005KLCGB0
Best Sellers Rank 86,841 in Toys & Games (See top 100)
Shipping Weight118 g
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Date First Available12 Sep 2011
  
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Addicted 2 Reading on 22 July 2013
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This is so good. My daughter loved playing it when we visited my cousin the other week so I just had to buy one. It is easy for her to hold and when she shakes it there is a cute little tweet. She is 8 months old and loves holding toys and shaking. It brings a smile to her face every time and when I place several toys in front of her she chooses this one first. I definitely recommend it.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Cute, Low Tech Toy 22 Jan 2012
By R. Beier - Published on Amazon.com
My four month old son received this as a gift this past Christmas and it is a cute toy that he seems to enjoy quite a bit. He likes the noise it makes when he shakes it and the textured ring to hold onto and put in his mouth (though it's not really a soft textured teething toy). As a parent, I like it because it is a toy that makes a sound based on input from our son but it does not require batteries or use electronics. Another nice thing about this toy is that while it makes a sound when shaken, it's not too loud or overly annoying and requires a fair bit of input to make a noise (in other words, it's not super aggravating by making a loud noise with the smallest of motion). It's also really cute!

The only negatives that keep this from being a five star review is that it is identified as a 3+ month toy and I think it's a bit on the big side for that age. Even for our (now) five month old, it's a little large but it's something that I think he can grow into a bit. Also, the "bird" is suspended from the ring with ribbon. While it seems adequate I hope it holds up to lots of play, travel and multiple instances in and out of a diaper bag.

Overall, if you're looking for a cute, simple toy that is lower-tech (which in a lot of cases is a good thing these days), I would recommend this toy.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
It got a laugh 18 Feb 2012
By Skyfox36 - Published on Amazon.com
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When I first showed this bird to my 4.5 mo old he laughed, which is a big deal. However, now he justs wants to chew on it. I'm hoping he'll learn how to shake it as he gets older and enjoy it again. I use it during tummy time to get him to reach for it. I would recommend this toy, it's really cute.
good toy for my 6 month infant 5 Oct 2012
By hema - Published on Amazon.com
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Bought it of my 6 month baby. He loved the toy. The tweeting sound attracts him a lot. The material is hard so I constantly watch him while he plays with it so that he don't hit himself with it.
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Hard to wash, baby scraped off emblem with 2 teeth 15 April 2013
By jjj8 - Published on Amazon.com
cute toy, but my baby scraped off the 'fisher price' emblem with his 2 teeth; ofcourse he swallowed the paint. since this is made in china, I can only assume it may have lead based paint. other than that a fun toy but is kind of hard to wash since water gets into the bird. maybe better for an older child
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