ELC Baby Rainmaker Reviews
Product Type: ELC baby toys
Description:Brand: ELC / Age: 3 months / Shake or tip this toy and it makes a lovely beady rattle sound, as the coloured beads cascade.
Newest Review: ... 3-4cm in diameter. It is quite thick and my son did have trouble grasping and holding this at first. It is cylindrical and ... more
Customer ELC Baby Rainmaker Reviews (5)
by - written on 11/05/09 (Very useful, 215 readings)
When my baby was around 2 months old I was wandering round our local Early Learning Centre looking for any toys which might entertain such a young child. I found the baby Rainmaker in the music section, it had the youngest age range in the section. It is recommended for children aged 3-18 months. The toy normally costs £7 but I had a voucher for 20% off so got it for £5.60. The rainmaker is 25cm long and is cylindrical in shape. The body of the toy is made of clear plastic with a blue cap at one end and green cap at the other. On the picture Dooyoo have provided you can see a pink and red band around the toy, these are a rubber material. The pink band has ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/12/11 (Very useful, 53 readings)
My baby boy loves music and different noises and we bought him various rattles and bells to please his curiosity in this field. When I took him to a music group and they were giving out instruments for the baby to shake etc, my son was given a rather large plastic tube shaped thing that I had no real idea what it was. It turned out that it was a rainmaker and it also turned out that my son loved it. So I decided to purchase one for home too, and found one in the Early Learning Centre priced at £8. The rainmaker is about 25cm in length and 3-4cm in diameter. It is quite thick and my son did have trouble grasping and holding this at first. It is cylindrical ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/03/10 (Very useful, 38 readings)
ELC Rainmaker Toy One of our little ones favourite toys is a very simple toy which has been around for years. A rainmaker. A rainmaker is simply a noisy musical instrument type toy suitable for babies even before they can hold on to it themselves. It is approximately 25cm long and cylindrical shaped. It has two coloured ends with a see-through centre which allows the baby to see the coloured 'plates' and many little coloured balls which tip through the 'plates' noisily going from top to bottom. Each plate has four holes in to make the passing of the balls through it possible. The reason it is so named a Rainmaker is due to the noise the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/06/11 (Very useful, 18 readings)
When my daughter turned 3 months she suddenly developed an interest in toys. Everywhere I looked seemed to stock the usual teething rings or crinkle soft toys and I was looking for something different. I had read that musical instruments can help you baby develop and simulate their senses so when I saw this in Boots I decided to buy it. The rainmaker costs £8.19, it is recommended for babies over 6 months on the packaging but at 4 months my daughter can hold it herself. The rainmaker is designed to be easy for your baby to hold, it is slightly thinner in the middle so that your baby can hold it. The top of the tube has a blue stopper and the bottom ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/01/10, updated on 21/09/10 (Useful, 6 readings)
The ELC Baby Rainmaker is a much loved toy in our household. After 7 months of playing, my daughter has not yet got bored of this. Easy to grip and use, the ELC Baby Rainmaker provides hours of entertainment. The sounds, motion and colours keep baby interested and stimulates multiple senses at once. Perfect for teaching baby how to use their hands and wrists. We paid £7 for this toy and at the time, seemed a little steep for what is essentially rice in a plastic bottle, however the rainmaker has proved it's worth and turned out to be great value for money as it's not a toy that baby will get bored of quickly. Recommended for ages 3 - 18 ... Read the complete review
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