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Warning: Only to be used in water in which the child is within its depth and under adult supervision.
Tobar 07290 COLOUR CHANGE DUCKS PACK OF 4, The colourful little bath-ducks are nice by themselves, and squeak when squeezed - but their magic lies in their ability to change colour according to temperature, Each coloured duck changes to a different hue when placed in warm water, and then back to its original colour when it cools, See our other bath ducks to create a range to suit your store, Changes colour in hot water, 4 colours per pack; orange/yellow, purple/pink, violet/blue, black/green, 5.5cm
1 x Tobar 7290 COLOUR CHANGE DUCKS PACK OF 4
My baby is 18 months and loves these. They fit nicely into her hands when she plays in the bath. Lots of her friends seem to be drawn to them too. Read morePublished 2 months ago by EBL
Love how they change colour when in water not so keen on how they gather water and always end up, upside down in the tub no matter how much I try to squeeze it out but does the job... Read morePublished 4 months ago by lauren gale
Is this a trick where only some people can see the colour change -- ours did not changePublished 5 months ago by DRAM
Some ducks change colour better than others. The better ones are great- the others are so so.Published 6 months ago by Cat
Bought for a present for my stepdaughter. She likes playing with them in the bath. They do change colour, but they don't sit on the water upright - they tend to lie sideways or... Read morePublished 6 months ago by neen