Hasbro Playskool Busy Ball Popper Reviews
Product Type: Hasbro baby toys
Description:Brand: Hasbro / Age: 9 months / Get silly with poppin', droppin' colored balls! Pump the plunger and drop the balls ... more
Hasbro Playskool Busy Ball Popper ... onto the spiral track. When they reach the bottom, look out - the balls pop out the top! Giggles are guaranteed with wacky sound effects and 8 lively songs to help keep the fun rolling along. The Playskool Busy Ball Popper has won numerous toy awards, including American Baby's Best Toy, Child Magazine's Best Toy, and the NAPPA Gold Award.
Newest Review: ... I'd day. It's colours are more neutral, with the shoot being red, green and yellow, and the bottom part being blue. It's ... more
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Customer Hasbro Playskool Busy Ball Popper Reviews (17)
by - written on 16/10/07 (Very useful, 268 readings)
What do you get if you cross a hairdryer with a helter-skelter full of balls? Playskoolís Busy Ball Popper, thatís what. Itís a wonderfully simple concept that entertains my son far more than any other toy at the moment. OK, so I admit that favourite toys are a passing thing but this is a favourite toy that he keeps on coming back to time and time again. The concept is simple. An air machine blows 5 brightly coloured balls up out of a chute, they fall down into a round bowl and then run down a spiral track back into the machine ready to be spat out again. At its most balanced the balls seem to hover just above the mouth of the chute ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/01/08, updated on 23/03/10 (Very useful, 444 readings)
You couldn't move in our living room on Christmas morning due to the vast array of presents that were piled high, ready to be opened. Now I'd like to say that lots of them were for me but they weren't. Hubby didn't get much of a look-in either so our small selection was tucked away under the tree. The majority were for two year old Jack and I've got to admit, as the gifts began to accumulate during the week before Christmas I was beginning to worry slightly as to where we were going to keep everything! Jack excitedly opened lots and lots of toys which kept him fully occupied throughout Christmas Day. Boxing Day morning came and I expected him to rush ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/01/11 (Very useful, 54 readings)
This was bought for my Daughter for her 1st Birthday and I was very pleased with it. My oldest daughter had one of the stand up ones when she was younger and I remember her having endless fun and so I hoped that this one would be the same. The toy is recommended for 18m+ although I have found no problems with my younger daughter using it. It also takes 4xD batteries. The Busy Ball Popper itself is bright and colouful (lime green, purple, blue, yellow, orange and red). It is made of strong plastic and I have found that it is very durable. The object of the Busy Ball Popper is to put the balls into the top, round spiral, for it to fall ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/10/09 (Very useful, 34 readings)
The Ball Popper is a simple concept, the balls go in one end and when it is switched on a fan blows sending the balls up a tube at the other end where they pop out and then fall back down the slide into the machine to go round again. I decided to buy this for my 14 month old son as he doesn't seem to be very interested in playing with toys but he does like balls ... and wind. I'd read some reviews before hand and people had mentioned that with new batteries in some of the balls pop out a bit enthusiastically and fly across the room instead of falling back onto the chute and also that it was very noisy. Neither of these were things that put me ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/04/09 (Very useful, 331 readings)
My son was given the Playskool busy ball popper as a gift for his first Christmas when he was just 8 months old, the age range is from 9 months upwards and I knew my son was a little too young for this toy at 8 months so I put it away for a while. I decided to bring the toy out when my son turned 10 months as I though he would appreciate it more. As it was a gift im not sure of what the cost was when purchased but I have looked online and it can be bought for anywhere between £15-£20. You have to assemble the toy, as it comes in 4 different pieces, this is very easy to do and you don't need any tools to do so, there are easy to follow instructions to show you ... Read the complete review
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