Fisher Price Magic Rattle Pooh Reviews
Product Type: Fisher Price baby toys
Description:Brand: Fisher Price / Age: 9 months / Type: Baby Rattles / Shake, rattle, and wobble! Sitting 10 inches tall, Magic ... more
Fisher Price Magic Rattle Pooh ... Rattle Pooh is a young likeness of the honey-loving bear, right down to his too small red T-shirt. In his left hand he holds a small plastic rattle, a miniature of the one included for tots. When the child shakes the rattle in front of Pooh, a motion sensor detects the movement and causes the bear to react. Pooh's rattle lights up, his head rolls from side to side, his body rocks back and forth, music plays, and he babbles in words that only a toddler would comprehend.
Newest Review: ... padded. This goes for the batteries pack too. The rattle is in one firm piece and hasnt broke even with numerous drop and ... more
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Customer Fisher Price Magic Rattle Pooh Reviews (5)
by - written on 20/01/08 (Very useful, 145 readings)
We brought magic rattle pooh from the argos 4 years ago for £29.99, i would imagine you could get him a lot cheaper than that now. We brought him for my daughter for her first christmas, she was 8 months old. Magic rattle pooh is a pooh soft toy that when activated by either pressing his tummy or shaking the rattle at him dances and sings. When you press his tummy he also talks but only says a few phrases, he also humms 4 songs. this toy is designed from birth up wards but even at 8 months old my daughter wasnt realy old enough to use him, she began to use this toy at about 14 months old and we still own him now although she ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/06/10 (Very useful, 124 readings)
I absolutely love the Fisher Price Magic Rattle Pooh! I bought this for my daughters first christmas in 2008 when she was five months old for £29.99. At the time this toy was very popular and flying off the shelves and actually sold out in all the shops but I had seen the advert and really wanted to get one for her (and also myself, being a huge pooh bear fan!) The basic aim of this toy is that the child holds a larger version of the rattle that pooh bear is holding. Every time the child shakes the rattle it triggers a sensor in the pooh bear rattle which causes him to start wiggling and dancing and playing various different songs. Each time pooh bear ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/08/10 (Very useful, 60 readings)
My son was bought this a first christmas present by his great grand parents but at the time he didnt get full use out of it until he was more toward 6 or 7 months which was a few months later. The bear side of the toy is very soft to hold and the moving wiggling parts are nicely padded. This goes for the batteries pack too. The rattle is in one firm piece and hasnt broke even with numerous drop and throws to the floor. It takes 3 AA batteries and measure about 10 inchs tall with the rattle more in the region of 6 inches. To start with my son did have trouble gripping the rattle part as it quiet chunky for his more nimble fingers but be time he had hit the up ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/10/09 (Useful, 46 readings)
My brother bought this for my son last Christmas and we have had no end of problems with it. The first one we bought didn't work - it wouldn't go out of it's "standby" mode. It kept repeating the same thing over and over so we had it replaced. The second one we got also didn't work. The rattle didn't activate it at all. In the end we decided to keep the toy but to use it as two stand alone items - a rattle and a Winnie the Pooh that talks when you press it's tummy. I can understand the idea behind this toy and really wished the ones we got had worked but hey ho. It wouldn't put me off buying this toy as I have known many people who have had ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/09/08 (Useful, 671 readings)
I remember seeing this on a tv advert well it will be 6 years ago this Christmas as my eldest daughter was just a baby. I thought it was such a great unique idea and she would love it. I went out to my local Woolworths to buy it and it cost £29.99 back then although you can get it much cheaper now, I think it must have been the "must have" toy for Christmas that year. This was really her main present that year so had my fingers crossed that she would like it. Christmas morning came and did she like it? Of course not she was more interested in the wrapping paper! But once he was out and about she really liked shaking this rattle and getting him ... Read the complete review
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