Flensted Mobiles Nursery Mobiles, 5 Dinghy Regatta
- Already assembled, ready to hang out of reach
- Nicely packaged
- Contemporary design
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My only issue is that I purchased it specifically to hang above the baby crib (we have stokke baby crib so the stick it hangs on is static and cannot be adjusted) - and although it looks so beautiful and i am 100% certain my baby would love watching at the little boats sailing above him, I am concerned the baby would more than anything want to touch them and will spend its first few years being told "NO dont touch that" because these little sail boats are not designed to be handled by a toddler or a baby.
So if you are buying this with the intention of a mobile above the crib have this in mind. I chose to purchase a more sturdier less amazing mobile that the baby can touch if he wants to. It is just from judging from my self I would hate to have this beautiful thing to stare at all day long and never be able to play with it. Although arguably maybe it is a good lesson to learn (that you cant have everything) still I prefer a mobile my baby can touch.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is a great addition to my sons room in terms of overall theme but that is about it. The main issue that I have with this is that doesn't move unless you do it or you have a... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Pass
This will be adorable after I get all the tangles out, worked at it an hour so farPublished 11 months ago by Janet
This is a top notch, high quality product. It comes packaged in tissue paper in a solid box, keeping all component parts separate and protected. Read morePublished on December 22, 2013 by Piper Moyer
I first saw the dinghy regatta mobile in the bay window of another home, by the sea, in Maine. For me, it was "love at first sight."Published on August 25, 2013 by pcoop
This mobile is so cute! I ordered this for my son's room, it's perfect. Just the act of walking in the room will create enough air current to get it moving. Read morePublished on January 9, 2013 by Analiese