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Wednesday, May 27, 2015

Skip Hop Explore and More Click Clack Toy, Hedgehog


This toy is cute.  The noise it makes is not overly loud so it shouldn't be too annoying.  It does not need any batteries which is a big plus.  The mirror idea is good but poorly executed.  The hinge point does not allow more than 50% of the mirror to be seen.  The child will not be able to see a full face reflection.  The textured surface allows for exploration with little fingers.  With the exception of the mirror, a nice little toy at $9.99.


from the vendor:
·                           Ages 6 months plus
·                           2 separate pieces click and clack when twisted 
·                           Rubberized details for teething 
·                           Rattle beads in belly
·                           BPA-free, PVC-free, phthalate free 

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