Fisher Price Stand Up Ball Blast Reviews
Product Type: Fisher Price baby toys
Description:Brand: Fisher Price / Age: 9 months / Baby will have a blast learning to sit up and play, then stand and cruise! From a sitting or standing position, baby can drop one of five colorful balls into a chute and watch it roll down a spiraling track. Then, ... more
Newest Review: ... in the center where the balls can be dropped, the balls will run down the sloping helter skelter into a black hole and pop ... more
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Customer Fisher Price Stand Up Ball Blast Reviews (10)
by - written on 21/01/08 (Useful, 148 readings)
We brought this toy for our daughter 4 years ago from argos for £19.99. The ball blast needs a little assembly when you first get it out the box but this isnt difficult and doesnt take long. There is a hole on the top of the ball blast to put the ball into, once you have put the ball in it will slide round the slides, a bit like the helterskelter at the fair ground. As the ball slides down the ball blast plays music, this requires 3 aa batteries. At the bottom the ball has a choice of 4 exits. This toy is recomended from 9 months onwards, but my daughter used to get very frustrated with the ball not coming out of the hole she ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/06/09 (Very useful, 62 readings)
This is a family toy that has been handed down to 3 children now mine being the third. Every child has got so much enjoyment out of this and it has been going 4 years now great value for money. The idea of the toy is that your child will put the ball in one of the holes in the top (there are 3) and it will roll down a helterskelter into a hole at the bottom, the ball will then appear out of one of the 4 holes at the bottom. This is a colourful toy that stands half a meter tall and should have about 6 balls with it which we now only have 3 left. Each ball is a different colour which will help the child learn. It also plays music when the balls are ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/03/09 (Very useful, 64 readings)
The ball blast toy was actually given to my daughter by her cousin who was then to old to get any enjoyment from the toy. My daughter was about a year old at the time and since she was already walking, I was happy to accept any new toys to try and keep her out of trouble. The description: The ball blast is a good size it is small enough for a baby to sit and drop the balls into the top hole. Once the child grows and is able to stand they can hold onto one of the side handles and play with the toy standing up aswell. The toy is shaped almost like a helter skelter with the runners going round and round. The toy is made out of very colourful plastic of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/10/08 (Very useful, 49 readings)
I brought one of these for my son about 5 years ago and although i have now given it to my young nieces it's still going strong. I brought this for my son's first christmas. This is a toy that stands about 50 cms high and at the top it's like a steering wheel where children are able to hold on to. Then underneath it's like a helter skelter and once a ball is pushed the the hole in the center of the top then this is where it goes around and down until it gets to the bottom and comes out of one of the four holes. It is quite tricky to slot all the bits together but once this is done there's no further adjusting to do. It's made by Fisher Price and i have ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/08/06, updated on 28/08/11 (Very useful, 191 readings)
This toy is great fun and has been enjoyed by both my daughters from the age pf 9 months onwards. It is very strong and sturdy, made by Fisher Price of which I am a great fan anyway. When you bring it home it is in a number of separate plastic components which all slot together fairly well although you do need to be quite strong and forceful to make them fit. Once you have overcome this challenge you should end up with a lovely helter skelter toy for your child to push balls through a hole at the top, roll down the slide triggering lights and music as they go. There are four different coloured balls. The children love this and then finally there is ... Read the complete review
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