“ Age: 12 months „
Press down on Tiggers head, to see Tigger bounce around and sing along to 2 different songs while Roo has a ride on his shoulder. The songs get addictive after a while!
This is a great toy in theory, but we had huge problems with it with one of our daughters. Tigger begins to bounce very quickly, and its really loud when he gets going. This used to cause our daughter to jump a mile and it really used to scare her, to the point where Tigger just had to go in to the cupboard.
We have got it out again for our other daughter, and although she doesnt mind him making her jump, she doesnt like it if he falls over, as the feet make a rather loud noise when he does.
As a toy suitable for a 12 month old child, its a bit of a design flaw to create a toy with such quick and jerky movements that can scare a child!
My kids got this last christmas. He is absolutely gorgeous, and adults love him. You press his head down, and he announces that he's going to bounce, which he does (sooo cute) and tells you that "bouncing's what Tiggers do best". My kids play with him sporadically, but he's not one of their favourite toys. I think they are probably too young to appreciate him (they are 3 and 1). I find this really hard to understand, as I think he is adorable, and never tire of him! He just seems to be one of those toys that adults prefer (rather like tickle me Elmo). I'm kind of hoping they grow into him, because we love him to death.
Tigger is joined by his pal Roo and they sing and bounce together. Thats It!! Except for the fact it is a brilliant toy and well worth the 25.00 we paid for it. Although it eats batteries for breakfast it is still good value, a few rechargables and sorted!! I would like to mention my daughter of 14mths thinks it is brilliant and loves it, however I cant as she very rarely gets to play with tigger. This is an adults toy, well I never had anything like this when I was young. The best thing in our household was when my daughter started bouncing like tigger and now all you have to say is I'm gonna bounce and shes off tiggering around the room, look out for her on Youve been framed!! If you only buy one activity toy this year make it this one and you are guaranteed entertainment as well as a whole load of giggles!!
My son was bought Bouncing Tiger for his 2nd birthday last year and it really was a great present. We first saw him when my friend had one fron America and my son absolutly loved it he would laugh and jump with it. You have to press tiger down and he says"I'm gonna bounce" then bounces arpound for a few seconds then says"bouncings what tigers do best" am not sure what the kids love best about it,it could be that they can bounce like tiger does or his voice as it really is like tigers voice. I would deffinatly recomend this to anyone stuck for what to buy a toddler this christmas
Tigger has always been one of my favvourite characters. Full of fun and energy he is great! Although I have never brought myself to buy one of these bouncing Tiggers (the price is a bit much) I play with them whenever we go into Woolworths. My excuse is my 2 year old loves it!! This Tigger is a bright, eyecatching toy which my son can watch time after time, after time. He absolutely adores Tigger and bounce was one of his first clear words. I wouldn't have hesitated in buying this for him if it weren't for the price. I do feel that £20 - £25 is a bit steep. I know I love this toy and it appears well made and cuddly but I do feel that if we had one at home that it would wane significantly and I would have a desire to throttle it. My nephew had a this Tigger and after a few months of constant use he got fed up and that was that. I guess it must depend on what sort of child you have as to whether or not the attraction would last long enough to be worth the money.
I brought this for my son, when he was a baby. And now he is Five and he loved it. He used to go into fits with so much laughing at Tigger. Now i have another little baby and it has been taken out of the toy box for him. You work tigger by pushing down on him, then he talks and jumps up and down. Whoever created him has made a brillant creation. They should have a whole collection of these jumping toys of all different cartoon characters. I and many others will buy many of these toys, as they are a good buy. Ilove this aswell as i love to see the look of delight in my son's eyes when he is playing with it. They cost about £20.00 to buy from most toy stores.
My three year old daughter was bought a bouncing tigger for her last birthday and it as caused great amusement ever since. Tigger is about 12 inches tall and when you press down his head he springs up and says i'm gonna bounce which my daughter fines amusing every time, she is due her next birthday and this is still a toy she plays with every day. The toy amuses young and old alike even my husband and i play with it when she is in bed that is if she as left it downstairs!! Tigger is bright and colourful and as a big smiling face that would amuse any small child. This toy is a must for anybody that as small childre.
I just love(possibly even more than my toddler!!)this brilliant toy. Tigger is operated by pushing down on his head,and he is easy to operate. Cuddly(although takes batteries which are hidden inside),and never boring,Tigger announces that he is going to bounce-and goes on to do exactly that.This is,of course,because "bouncin' is what Tiggers do best!!" Thanks to Pooh Bears stripy orange friend,my little boy loves bouncin',and has never tired of him,unlike most of the toys he has had since he was very little!The bateries have also lasted just as long. There is a big choice of Winnie the Pooh interactive toys to choose from. Sing and Giggle Tigger is even cuddlier,and sings and laughs his song of how wonderful it is to be a tigger. The toys are widely available in places such as Argos,The Early Learning Centre,and Disney shops,and are normally priced between £20-£35.
My son was given a Bouncing Tigger as a birthday gift on his very first birthday and I would say it has not becomeone of his most favourite toys. I was quite keen for him to have this toy I must admit, being a bit of a Winnie the Pooh fanmyself!, however, he has had so much fun with this and it always manages to make him smile. You might think that it is alot ofmoney as it doesnt really do that much but its a toy that my son has gone back to again and again.Im sure that even the smallest baby would find this toy fascinating and would definitely bring a smile to their face! It is a nice brightcolourful toy and its a toy I am sure your baby will enjoy listening to again and again!