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Baby Einstein Bendy Ball

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  • Soft, flexible plastic with bright primary colors make this Ball fun and easy for little fingers to bend, squeeze, grasp, and roll
  • Colorful, recognizable caterpillar character on center band
  • Rolling chime ball inside for additional sounds and visual stimulation
  • Attractive, fun toy to play with
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Product Information

Technical Details
Item Weight3.2 ounces
Product Dimensions4 x 4 x 4 inches
OriginImported (China)
UPC775476741213 775507728909 875486270892 775495361027 074451309746 681587279227 110000057192 881586535304 175463518413
Item model number30974
Target genderUnisex
Minimum weight recommendation4.5 Grams
Maximum weight recommendation96 Pounds
Number of items1
Batteries requiredNo
  
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ASINB001UF8BL4
Best Sellers Rank #32 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight5.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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The Baby Einstein Bendy Ball features bright primary colors and the recognizable Caterpillar character on center band. Soft, flexible plastic make this ball both durable and fun and the Bendy Ball's design makes it easy for little fingers to grasp and roll. The multi-colored rolling Rattle Ball inside adds additional sounds and visual stimulation to this toy.

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Baby Einstein Bendy Ball


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Customer Reviews

My 4 month old son loves this toy!
J. Legg
It is hard plastic and doesn't really bend.
Brynnlux
It's so easy for little hands to grab hold.
Gail

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

237 of 246 people found the following review helpful By Citizen John TOP 50 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on October 3, 2009
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**Please see my update at the bottom of my old review.

My twin 9-month olds, like all babies of that age, love to show when they're displeased by throwing something. When they try that with the Bendy Ball, most of the time they forget why they got upset.

This cute thing can be bent while holding and you can put your fingers inside it. Plus the ball inside that you can't quite get out has a little ball inside it that sounds like a bell almost. If you want to throw it to show your displeasure at something, you'll end up putting your fingers into it first. Those distractions are priceless.

By the time baby finally rolls this ball, it is with a positive frame of mind, and she wants it back to try again.
I can see that this durable little toy is going to be used in many ways and constantly. It's a lot of fun to roll their way and see how they try to figure out what to do with it.

Beyond that, the colors are great. The 5 outer caterpillar parts on diameter are cute. I think this is an educational toy that teaches about hand manipulation.

**Update 11/23/2013:
Wow, has this toy changed! One look at the photo and it's obvious it changed. It now looks like a cheap hard plastic with a shiny surface and less intricate shape. What I got and my girls enjoyed back in 2009 was a denser non-reflective rubber-like toy that wouldn't hurt if it were thrown by one toddler at another. My twins threw it at each other and nobody cried. I had this at 5-stars because it deserved it at that time.
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695 of 741 people found the following review helpful By Sharon Smith on February 21, 2011
Length: 1:33 Mins
This video highlights the features of the bendy ball that you can't see in the photos.
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102 of 117 people found the following review helpful By Jennifer VINE VOICE on June 7, 2009
A mom in my group had a similar one of these for her baby who just loved it. So when we were walking through the baby aisles at Target, we saw this one and just put it in the stroller with our baby to see if he would like it--and he played with it the entire time! So, of course, we bought it!

He has many other rattle-type toys meant for grabbing, but this is the first one he has actually grabbed on to and played with. It is very sturdy and actually a little heavier than I anticipated by just looking at it--I was worried it might be too heavy for him to pick up (since we had never really seen him pick up anything before) but he manages with no problems!
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46 of 51 people found the following review helpful By GaHushovd on May 18, 2010
This is a poorly designed product. The photo conceals the fact that the rounded-off struts forming the grabbing surface of the ball are completely flat on the back. This creates a hard, quite sharp edge wherever the child grasps the ball and it can scrape the skin if the child shakes her hand it to let go (like some other reviewers' kids, our son sometimes had trouble figuring out how to release his grasp at first and would try to shake it off his hand). It's also fairly heavy, firm plastic so when the child flings it it can hurt a toe or forehead, though not seriously.

The toy is really not suitable for young babies, and I am surprised it is so popular. We got rid of this one and got a few Oballs [Original Oball] - similar concept, minus the ball inside, but made of truly soft and rounded-off rubbery plastic. It super easy for babies to grab and toss, and light enough that it can't hurt anyone even if thrown hard. Another version also includes a rattle, which our son liked. (I have nothing to do with Oball and am NOT trying to astroturf -- just annoyed at Baby Einstein for selling this poorly thought out product).
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40 of 50 people found the following review helpful By BC's mama on September 23, 2009
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I like this toy because my almost 6-month old son can easily grab and hold on to it. However, he's at the stage where he wants to put everything in his mouth, and he tends to get frustrated becaues this doesn't really lend itself to being chewed on. I think he'll like it more when he can play with it like a ball, rather than trying to use it as a teether.
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24 of 29 people found the following review helpful By P. Parks on October 27, 2009
Oball makes balls similar to this one and our children love them. They even make the baby version with a rattle inside. My children prefer the regular without the rattle and it will be played with for years rather than as a baby toy that will soon be forgotten. My kids put small stuffed animals inside the ball and roll them around the room. They are also easy for little fingers to hang on to. Get the Oball! Skip this one. This ball has that smiley face thing that makes the ball roll less smoothly across the floor.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Cristin Millett on December 6, 2010
I bought this for my 6 month old son. The first and only time he played with it, his finger got really stuck in one of the holes by the caterpillar. Beware! Buy an Oball instead - same idea and they are much safer.
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By M. Metz on August 23, 2009
I got this for my son when he was about 4 months old, and he immediately loved it. He could grab it anywhere as the ball is an open lattice and shake it like a rattle. Later, he would throw it to hear it jingle. Very inexpensive and you can clip it onto a stroller or carseat with links. Inexpensive entertainment.
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