Leapfrog Learn & Groove Activity Station Reviews
Product Type: Leapfrog baby products
Description:Brand: Leapfrog / Equipment Type: Activity Gyms / This interactive five-station stationary activity center rewards every movement with upbeat music, fun sounds, lights, and dance beats that will make baby want to learn and groove! The Learn & Groove Activity ... more
Newest Review: ... Its very sturdy and not once did it ever topple over, even when my son would lean right forward, as this was a worry that I ... more
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Last Update 03.12.2013 13:31
Customer Leapfrog Learn & Groove Activity Station Reviews (31)
by - written on 15/01/08 (Very useful, 447 readings)
This is a slightly updated review of the same product I reviewed on Ciao under the same name. The Leapfrog Learn and Groove was brand new for 2005 although now there may have been newer versions out, this is of the original. At the time they retailed at around £80 and are available from places like Mothercare and Argos. A quick check verifies the price and availability seems the same today. I bought mine from Argos online which cost me £85 including postage and packing. This does seem a little steep but one month on I'm already realising it was worth every penny. My daughter previously had a Fisherprice Deluxe Take Along Swing which was only ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/01/11 (Very useful, 403 readings)
We bought this toy for Freddy when he was four months old but he really didn't start to get the most from it until last month, when he was eight months. We'd originally bought this because Freddy had got to the stage where he wanted to be sat up observing the world and we were looking for alternatives to his Bumbo or our arms. Knowing that we definitely didn't want to get a baby walker (due to the inherent danger), when we say the Leapfrog Learn And Groove Activity Station seemed ideal seeing as it was not only stationary but also suitable for babies from four months of age. Costing us £63.95 with free delivery the Activity Station arrived in a fairly large ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/03/09, updated on 07/03/09 (Very useful, 170 readings)
This is probably the most used baby item we have bought to date and was worth every penny. I first saw these in Mothercare when our daughter was first born and assumed they were the alternatives to baby walkers, but with a £89.99 price tag at the time, probably wouldnt of bought one. A few weeks later whilst browsing a boot sale I saw one for sale, the stall holder wanted £35 for it which I thought was pretty steep, especially as our baby was too young for one but my husband wanted it as it would be the first thing our baby had bought from a boot sale! It looks a little like a space ship and as soon as we got it home, cleaned it and put ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/02/09 (Very useful, 81 readings)
I decided to buy one of these with my 3rd baby after wanting one with my first two children but not being prepared to pay the hefty price for one! The leapfrog learn and grove activity station is suitable from 6-15 months (max weight 25lb and max height 85cm) although once my daughter was walking she hated being in it as she wanted to walk around! It is very large and bulky and quite heavy too so make sure you have room for it as it cant be folded away somewhere. It has a plastic base and top and a fabric seat which is removable and washable and can spin 360 degrees. Baby sits in the seat and can use her feet to spin around and play with the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/02/09 (Very useful, 61 readings)
We purchased this for my seven month old son for Christmas. We paid £59.99 for it from Costco, however it is a bit more expensive when bought elsewhere. The activity station is made of plastic and is very sturdy so you will not have to worry about it tipping over. Baby sits in a seat which turns 360 degrees so that he can spin around and play with all the toys attached to the activity station. It features a microphone which sings phrases when pulled back by baby - this also works as a teething ring, a shiny spinning disco ball, a dj station which plays songs when baby spins it and colourful piano keys which talk to baby to help him learn numbers ... Read the complete review
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