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Ambi Toys Pounding Apple


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  • Knock down the four cheeky caterpillars with an amusing apple hammer!
  • When you knock one caterpillar down the next one pops up.
  • Helps develop hand-eye coordination.
  • Fully safety tested
  • Colours may vary.
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Technical Details
Model NumberAT31057
Item Weight662 g
Product Dimensions26 x 17.5 x 17.5 cm
Item model numberAT31057
Target genderUnisex
Batteries requiredNo
  
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ASINB0047AVMSI
Best Sellers Rank 5,987 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight680 g
Date First Available1 Dec 2010
  
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Toddlers now become much more curious and adventurous and love to sort, hide and stack things. They recognise colour and love familiar sounds; high tones are most readily heard. A process of learning and doing develops, and babies learn to name things, to sort things and put things away. They will follow your example and it will not be long before they can do it by themselves! Knock down the four cheeky caterpillars with an amusing apple hammer! When you knock one caterpillar down the next one pops up. Helps develop hand-eye coordination.

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Matteo Mariani on 4 Feb 2013
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The kid I bought this for didn't pay any attention to it. It's just as it appears, a big plastic half apple with 4 worms linked 2 by 2, so each time you hit one in, it's always the same one that's linked to it that comes up.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Sussman TOP 100 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 27 Jun 2014
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I bought this for my niece, who is 16 months old and loves bashing things. So I thought that this toy would be something she could have fun with, and get her to develop better hand-eye coordination. The other plus point was the fact you don't have to get batteries for the toy to work, which is always a win win situation - as toy without its batteries is just a lump of plastic. Returning to the toy, itself, it is fairly robust and is also very brightly coloured. You get a nice child sized hammer to hit the worms provided in the apple. The worms are in pairs so as you get one, another pops back up. Now here in is the `rub', just how engaging will this toy keep a child? Well the short answer is not long. After a few minutes my niece twigs that no matter how many worms you bash away at, another worm always pops ups. Now all is not lost, as she does return to bash away at the worms, just to see if the situation has changed with these pesky worms. So there you have it, not a total loss - but this toy has limited attention value.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By J Cattermole VINE VOICE on 12 July 2014
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I like this as it's just like toys I had when I was younger -no flashing lights, no sounds, just basic fun.

It is sturdy, doesn't require batteries to go and for my little 8 month old boy he loves hitting things so he spends a fair bit of time playing with this - it is a bit repetitive though - the worms aren't spontaneous - you know which one is going to pop up next.

it's great and would withstand a lot of hitting - the apple shape and the worms are cute but I don't know how long he'll play with this before moving onto something a little bit more exciting.

A great toy if you get bored of the sounds and music from regular battery powered toys, recommended.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By shaz17 TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 15 July 2014
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While I love Ambi toys for their bright colouring and no sharp edges and they are really well made, I felt that this could have been so much more entertaining if they had added squeaky sounds instead of nothing but the bang noise.
The hammer doesn't even rattle which is a shame, as that is one of the things my grandson did was shake it about before hitting the worms.
Even though he loved this toy he soon got bored but he did play with the hammer more by hitting other toys with it.
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By carlosnightman VINE VOICE on 13 Aug 2014
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We have a number of these violence-teaching (joke) toys which range from useless to better than good. This one is closer to the good side of the scale - firstly, it actuallys works, it is brightly coloured and attractive, and it is basic in that it takes no preparation, batteries, or building - just crack it open and start beating. My youngest has enjoyed thomping the worms and watching them pop back up again with a satisfying click. However, the interest wanes quickly, and she is inevitably drawn to testing out the hammer on other things - real apples, tables, humans etc which leads me to the biggest drawback - the hammer is actually pretty hefty.It doesn't have any soft material, it's pure plastic, and when it connects with your already tired knee in an unsuspecting manner (in the middle of Coronation Street), it can be rather unpleasant. Some will say the whole set is sturdy, and that is true, but it does seem a little unnecessarily well-built, like a weight-lifter behind a till in Tesco.
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By Kirsty VINE VOICE on 17 Aug 2014
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Honestly this has little fun value, and any that it does have wears off extremely fast!

It's very attractive to look at, nice bright colours and a study design that will last through any knocks and bumps... but it just gets boring too quickly!!

The main issue here is that you always know which worm is going to pop up, if you hit the green worm the blue one below it pops up. If you hit the red, the orange worm above it pops up. I was under the impression that the worms popping up would be a random mix of the three remaining colours, but it will only ever be the worm that is on the same side as the one you've just hit.

The children easily realised the above issue, and due to the repetitive play now ignore the toy completely.

Not worth the money you would pay for it, I would recommend avoiding this one.
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By Ms. C. M. Winton VINE VOICE on 18 July 2014
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Brightly coloured attracting the attention of little eyes. Although my 1 year old wasn't quite sure what to do with it for a while even once I showed him to use the hammer to hit the 'worms' he tended to drop the hammer and just use his hands to push the worms. Don't think he quite has co-ordination to use hammer effectively yet but am sure he will soon.
The toy is very well made as you would expect of something designed to be 'pounded'. It's fallen down the stairs and been bashed against bars. Have no doubt that this is a toy that will last!
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By Tim TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 12 July 2014
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This is a very simple toy, for little children. It's nothing like Whac-A-Mole: the worms do not pop up at random times and so it's not a test of reflexes at all. Instead, pushing one worm down causes its neighbour to rise immediately. It won't therefore hold the interest of children aged 3 and over for very long. But for 1-2 year olds, it's great. It's robustly made: my 9-month-old has dropped it onto a hard floor from a highchair numerous times, without any damage. Although he doesn't quite have the strength and coordination to hit the worms down yet, he has grasped the idea from watching me, and is able to tap them on their heads with the hammer. My 3.5 year-olds were much less interested, after an initial, brief play.
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