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Baby Einstein Octoplush

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  • Soft, multi textured developmental Baby Einstein octopus
  • Babies can hug the octopus to hear a Baby Einstein melody and explore the textures for tactile development
  • Colorful stitched satin patches on velour legs promote baby's understanding of color through repetition
  • Language selector switch to choose English, Spanish or French
  • Includes volume control
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Technical Details
Item Weight12.8 ounces
Product Dimensions7 x 11 x 11 inches
OriginImported
UPC074451309333 703306800120
Item model number30933
Batteries:2 AA batteries required. (included)
Target genderUnisex
Minimum weight recommendation4.5 Grams
Batteries requiredYes
  
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Best Sellers Rank #417 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight12.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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The Baby Einstein Octoplush is a soft, multi-textured, developmental plush toy. Young babies can hug Octoplush to hear a Baby Einstein melody and explore the textures for tactile development. As baby grows, colorful stitched satin patches on velour legs invite baby to learn color names through repetition. Squeeze each leg to hear color names in English, Spanish and French. Patterns of the color names are also printed on the underside of each leg in multiple languages.

Product Description

The Baby Einstein Octoplush is a soft, multi textured, developmental plush toy. Young babies can hug Octoplush to hear a Baby Einstein melody and explore the textures for tactile development. As baby grows, colorful stitched satin patches on velour legs invite baby to learn color names through repetition. Squeeze each leg to hear color names in English, Spanish and French. Patterns of the color names are also printed on the underside of each leg in multiple languages.


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Customer Reviews

Bought this toy for our 5 month old grandson, and he loves it.
debh
Very cute and appears very well made and was better than what I was expecting.
konza
It's great that it says the colors in english, french, and spanish.
C. Insana

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144 of 149 people found the following review helpful By kjs on September 6, 2009
I'm not a huge fan of Baby Einstein stuff, but my son loved this octopus as an infant. We would play the songs for him again and again and he seemed to like it. One thing they don't show you is that the underbelly of the octopus is colorful and a baby likes to look up at the BOTTOM of the octopus, not just the face part. We hung this toy (has a velcro strap on top) over our son's bassinet when he was awake during the days. When we took it down to play with it with our son, we would sometimes spin it around while he looked at the bottom of it. It held his attention so he must have liked it.

It is soft and (I thought) a decent size. It's true that it doesn't "sit up" well for long. It ends up getting kind of floppy-headed and its head will lean back on its legs when it's set down on the floor. This doesn't affect its use in any way, it's just an annoyance for those of us who keep trying to get its head to sit up nice.

The songs are played by pressing on the head. It IS really sensitive, but that's so a baby can make it work. The color words are played by pressing the circles on the feet. They are too difficult for a baby to work.

I didn't mind the music, although I agree with one reviewer who said one of the songs reminded her of circus music. There is one song which is kind of frentic (I called this one "the crazy song"). The music is very electronic sounding, not soothing. This toy is definitely designed for play time.

My son is almost 2 now and we still have the Octoplush. Here are my observations after having this thing for so long:

1) The toy will go crazy when the batteries are low. Before they stop working, they seem to make the toy act bizarre and work in weird ways.
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87 of 91 people found the following review helpful By C. Heelen on July 10, 2008
My daughter received this toy for Christmas. It quickly became a favorite of hers and therefore my husband's and mine as well. Baby girl is 9 months old now, and this guy keeps her entertained during diaper changes, toweling off after a bath, or anytime we need to put her down for a second to grab a diaper or a change of clothes. She has really put him through his paces and he holds up well. He's been spit up on, chewed remorselessly, even chucked into the diaper pail and he always comes out unscathed.
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43 of 46 people found the following review helpful By deal catcher on April 25, 2009
We received this toy at our baby shower, and were thrilled to get it. However, when we first started using it with baby, we noticed that it began to say the wrong color associated with the wrong foot. we would press the red foot, and it would say yellow. or press the white foot and it would say purple. Sometimes now, I'll just be walking by it, without pushing anything, and it will shout out a random color. Obviously, this isn't teaching our daughter anything!
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36 of 40 people found the following review helpful By Cassandra Lawson on February 24, 2008
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My daughter is 4 months old and we have to take this toy with us whenever we visit friends of family. It plays music fine for her and the colors work. The only problem we have is that she listens to the music so often that the tunes get stuck in your head.
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21 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Crystal Wlodarczyk on September 9, 2008
This toy is 3 languages, most toys are only English and Spanish and I specifically purchased this because it goes to French as well. My son's aunt is willing to teach French to him and this toy will help Mommy practice with him!
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By K. Hill VINE VOICE on December 16, 2008
My husband bought this octopus for our daughter. She will smile at it when it plays music, but she's not very interested in it. I don't blame that on the toy as she's just not that into any of her toys.

The color spots on the arms are a little too difficult for a baby to push since you have to squeeze it just so between your thumb and forefinger. The octopus head plays very easily though. Maybe annoyingly so. I'd placed it in a chair while my daughter was sleeping and then put some clothes on top of it and the thing started playing music. Twice! And the songs seem to go on FOREVER. I usually press one of the legs to get it to shut up. Thankfully, there is volume control and I never use the loudest setting. Oh, and I hate the music. The first tune reminds me of circus music. That's just a personal preference though and it might not annoy others.

It's odd shape makes it difficult to hold or tote around. My daughter who carts around the largest and heaviest objects her tiny hands can carry, has never toted this anywhere.

One of the arms is no longer working despite the fact that this toy gets minimal play.

On the plus side, I think this is a toy that I will get more use out of as my daughter grows. Once she can press buttons on the arms herself, I think it will aid her in learning her colors. Maybe even in Spanish.

I gave this a rating of 3 stars. One star was deducted for the broken arm and the other was deducted for the awkward shape and the parental annoyance factor.
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15 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Jen J on December 3, 2009
I've noticed mostly mamas of younger babies have done reviews, so I thought I'd add one for my bigger boy. :)

He's 13 months, and takes this thing EVERYWHERE with him. If he realizes it's in his bed without him in there too, he'll stand there and cry until someone fetches it out for him, then run away all thrilled.

He knows how to turn the music on by himself (has for a few months now), and even knows to push the arms to stop the music. Smart boy!

He's not talking yet (aside from mamamamama ;D) so the colours being read to him still don't register I don't think, but if he stays in love with this another 6 months, then I could see this as helping him learn!
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