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Friday, September 25, 2015

Fisher-Price Soothe and Glow Bunny



This toy is cute.  The little bunny shape is easy to grasp by an infant.  Not counting the ears it is approximately 9" tall and 4.75" wide by 3" thick at the widest spot.   The music is gentle and soothing.   The belly lighting up is also cute.   My overall perception is positive.   The batteries are installed by opening the velcro sealed back.  The screw took way too much force to get it to back out.  Once the back was open it was easy to install the batteries.  The inner workings are surprisingly bulky and this detracts from the cuddle factor.   This little fellow should be well received by most young babies.

From the vendor:

·                        Plays up to 15 minutes of soothing music
·                        Soft, cuddly and soothing with a calming, glowing belly
·                        Baby activates music with a gentle squeeze, introducing cause & effect
·                        Soft, plush fabrics with teal accents
·                        Ships in Frustration-Free Packaging

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