Lamaze Musical Inchworm Reviews
Product Type: Lamaze baby toys
Description:Brand: Lamaze / Type: Baby Toy / Type: Musical Toy
Newest Review: ... in the mouth and it sets off a high pitch tune which doesn't last long but is a nice addition, although I don't feel this ... more
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Customer Lamaze Musical Inchworm Reviews (3)
by - written on 03/05/12 (Very useful, 25 readings)
We bought the lamaze musical inchowrm when i was pregnant as one of the first toys our daughter would have as it is suitable from birth. The worm has 7 different sections which 2 are crinkly sounding, 2 have a jingly bell in, others are soft and lightly textured. You can squeeze in the mouth and it sets off a high pitch tune which doesn't last long but is a nice addition, although I don't feel this would be able to be operated by a baby as you have to squeeze quite hard in a pretty specific place in the mouth. On the reverse it has a length measure upto 60cm, although if you pull and stretch the snake it will be longer than this. We tried using this to measure our ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/03/12 (Very useful, 24 readings)
I received this randomly through the post one day! I think it must have been a competition prize as I enter a lot of competitions, but whatever the case, it was a nice surprise as it is a lovely toy. At that time, my 2nd son was about 12 months so a little bit old for this really, he did have a look at it but as I was expecting my 3rd at that time I thought it would be better to save it for him, so he has had it from birth. He is now nearly 8 months and has been enjoying this toy all that time. When he was very small it was just something bright and colourful to look at but now he is able to sit and explore the textures, shake it around to make noises - it has ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/02/12 (Very useful, 54 readings)
**as published on ciao 07/12/11** We got our son the Lamaze Musical Inchworm when he was about 3 months old and now, at 8 months, he still plays with it. At 3 months, he was not that interested in it but he has definitely engaged more and more with it as he has grown and developed. We purchased this in Sainsbury's for £10.99 and it suitable from birth. It is currently available at around £10.99 online and in various stores. The worm is essentially a soft toy that can be cuddled by baby. It looks like a caterpillar, with it's body divided into 7 segments and a head. Each body segment has a pair of knotted brown material legs coming from each side. On ... Read the complete review
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