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TOMY Aquafun Octopals
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- Colourful floating bath island toy provides fun during bathtime
- Mummy octopus separates and becomes a fun pouring cup
- Each baby octopus comes away and is used as a water squirter
- Number matching game promotes development of early skills
- Baby octopuses can also stick to the bath or tiles for extra fun
Warning: Only to be used in water in which the child is within its depth and under adult supervision.
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Tomy Aquafun Octopals is a wonderful, colourful, floating bath island toy, featuring a mummy octopus that acts as a pouring cup and her eight little babies that can stick to the sides of the bath or tiles. Each baby is a water squirter and features a different number that corresponds to a number on the base for number matching fun.
1 x Mother octopus water pouring cup
8 x Baby octopus water squirters
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Top Customer Reviews
As has been noted by other customers, ours did grow mold after a couple of months. I filled the milton container, filled the little octopals with the solution and left them soaking overnight -- as good as new in the morning.
The squeezy octopuses can be held underwater and filled so that they can be squirted. My two girls loved playing with these, though they did sometimes get a bit too giddy with them! Large plastic octopus `cup' has holes in the top and my kids loves pouring water into it and seeing it pour out. I also used to use this when washing their hair - they weren't a big fan of my 'chuck-water-over-their-heads' technique but if I poured the water through this it provided a fun shower which they enoyed.
During the summer we also played with this in the garden, the soft octopuses are brilliant in hot weather. We didn't have water pistols and didn't really need them, they contain enough water to play with but too much. They also don't squirt too far (when a toddler is squeezing them anyway!) and therefore you don't risk incurring the wrath of the neighbours by accidentally soaking someone sun bathing over the fence!
These are easy to clean, simply squirt the water out - over time you may find that they start to get a bit manky inside from being damp - but simply put them in a bowl of water with some cleaning fluid in and take water in and squirt it back out a few times to clean, obviously they will then need the same treatment with clean water to make sure there's no detergent left in them.
In a nutshell: Whether in the bath or outside in a paddling pool, these Octopal toys were used by my girls for a couple of years, some of them did eventually break but only after taking a lot of abuse, these lasted a lot longer than most of their toys.
The 12 baby octopuses are different shapes so they offer a different experience to your little one when held. They are numbered 1 to 12 so you child can learn to count whilst having fun. They fill with water easily when squeezed and can be held comfortably by my 12 month old son. To stick them to the bath, wet the sucker and squeeze a little air out before pushing onto the side of the bath/tiles.
The mummy octopus is a floating 'island' with 12 sections for the babies to sit, all numbered 1 - 12, which again will assist your child in learning to count. The middle of the island holds the mummy, who's head is a pouring cup.
I have not given this toy 5 stars as the 'baby octopuses' do not stick to the island. I feel this is a real shame and stops a good bath toy becoming a brilliant one. They are easily knocked off when placed on the island when it's in the water and cannot be stored as pictured when not in use. This has not put me off recommending this to others, just feel it hinders you slightly when matching up the numbers.
We have had so much fun with this toy. My son is less interested in standing/walking up and down the bath when playing with this toy, meaning we do not need to use any other toys during bath time.
I highly recommend! I hope this review was helpful!
But a note of caution!
When finished playing with them in the water make sure you empty out the water from these things.
As over time mould will build up inside of them and you see little dark spots inside. If the child puts them to their mouths and squirts of sucks from them like most will do then these mould spots will be swallowed.
They also will appear in the bath water as I have discovered.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My little one absolutely loves this during bath time. Provides lots of fun during bath time and is also educational with the numbers and the different colours.Published 1 hour ago by AC
I give only one star as one of the toys is damaged underneath on the rubber side and it doesnt want to suck at all. If you pay full price items should be intact! Read morePublished 2 days ago by Amazon Customer
My daughter loves these. It's great that the octopus stick to the walls and it's the first thing she reaches for when in the bathPublished 2 days ago by Mr Mark Fox
Another fun bit of toy from Tomy! Kids love playing with this and it makes them really excited and active! Cute little toy makes all kids happy which is what all parents want!Published 5 days ago by Kelvin the Reviewer
Bright colours and fun to squirt. Numbers on base and octopals to match up can be used for learning but the lack of color differentiation of the lettering this can't be its main... Read morePublished 5 days ago by JustAnotherAmazonCustomer
Havnt tried in the bath yet but only out of it so far the little things don't stick to the base at all just fall offPublished 9 days ago by Rosa
I bought this in Prime Day deals and seriously impressed with this bargain. These squirters/toys are fab and the mother octopsl/cup is also like a showerhead. Read morePublished 15 days ago by DGol
Fun toys, but grow mould on the inside really quickly. Impossible to clean out satisfactory. Don't want my baby to ingest the mould so octopi had to be thrown in the trash.Published 19 days ago by Loulogue