|Safety Warning||No warning applicable|
|Material Care Instructions||Wipe clean with damp cloth and mild soap. Do not immerse in water.|
|Number Of Items||1|
|Battery life||144 Hours|
|Item model number||11083-6|
|Product Dimensions||14.86 x 32.51 x 22.86 cm; 449.06 Grams|
Baby Einstein BE11083 Glow and Discover Light Bar Activity Station Toy
- This easy to activate toy bar is fun and interactive for little ones
- Lights up by touching the coloured sections or spin of rattle drum
- 3 Modes animals, colours, xylophone
- Language switch allows you to hear the content in English, Spanish or French
- Collapses for easy storage or tummy time play
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Great minds start little. Colours, animals, lights and melodies are right at baby's fingertips during tummy time or sitting play. Make tummy time fun and engaging with the enriching content of baby Einstein's glow & discover light bar. Toy bar lights up when baby touches the colourful sections or spins the rattle drum. Stimulate baby's sense of sound with three different modes including animal sounds, colours, and xylophone sounds. Choose from English, Spanish or French, all in available in one toy. Toy bar lays flat for tummy time and props up to elevate the toy during sitting play. When play time is done the toy bar collapses down, perfect for storage and portability. Perfect for babies 3 months and older.
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First, the button for “purple” has a red light. So my baby is pressing “purple” and seeing “red”. However, there is also a “red” button which also has a red light, which might be a bit confusing to a baby who is just learning these concepts. Obviously this is not ideal when you are trying to teach a baby colors.
Second, when baby presses the button for purple and the toy says the color name, it sounds like it says “urple”. It’s annoying but it has become the running joke between my husband and I that our baby is going to grow up and say favorite color is “urple” while pointing at the color red.
For $20, I would still recommend this toy. I thought these things were flaws in one toy so I exchanged it for another — and found that these are not flaws in one toy but features of the toy itself. Because my baby loves it and I supplement it with other learning methods for teaching colors, I still recommend this toy. Just be aware that your child may love the color “urple” (or red) later.
The only thing I have had trouble with is the kick stand lock doesn’t really lock and it often falls over. I prop my foot against it to keep it upright.
Reviewed in the United States on 16 August 2018
Babies on their tummies love a toy like this, but I think a simpler one with varied sounds like a horn, drum, etc. and different colors that doesn't try to speak makes more sense.
Reviewed in the United States on 14 April 2018