Lamaze Trotter the Pony Reviews
Product Type: Lamaze baby toys
Description:Brand: Lamaze / Age: Newborn / Enlightening babies through all stages Your baby will grow, discover and learn with the ... more
Lamaze Trotter the Pony ... right toy at the right time. The soft developmental pony rewards child with fun electronic sounds when played with. Trotter The Pony is loaded with developmental features including colorful satin ribbon, fun patterns, textures, crinkle sounds and floppy bean bag feet. Features Brightly coloured Fun patterns Different textures Crinkle sounds
Newest Review: ... in sequence: galloping, neighing and snorting (probably not in that order!) when it is moved. The movement sensor is so ... more
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Customer Lamaze Trotter the Pony Reviews (2)
by - written on 18/05/09 (Very useful, 16 readings)
I bought this in the Tesco toy sale for £7 the only reason at the time was the neighing made me laugh. It was well worth the money and I think it is well worth the full price too for comedy value alone. The pony makes 3 sounds in sequence: galloping, neighing and snorting (probably not in that order!) when it is moved. The movement sensor is so sensitive that if I walk past it on our wood floor it goes off and trust me when I say it goes off all the time on a car journey. The highlight of this is the reaction our little boy had to the noises, especially when he figured out a hit or a kick would do the same. If you get irritated by constant repetitive noise this ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/01/09, updated on 10/08/09 (Very useful, 114 readings)
I am horse mad, and so when I saw this toy in the BabysRus catalogue it really appealed. I spent some time shopping around and found the best price was at Amazon. On checking back, he is now £11.70 at Amazon including delivery (RRP £14.99). 'Trotter' came in super cute packaging. It was like a miniature stable with his face stuck out through one end as if he was looking over his door. He is a soft toy aimed at helping a young babies development. His body is red with blue patches and the Lamaze logo on one side. His legs are multi-coloured with bold, bright, contrasting patterns. His hooves are purple, the underside of each hoof is a different ... Read the complete review
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