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Gymnic Rody Horse - Pink

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  • For 30 years the Rody horse has promoted balance and coordination in children while providing a fun workout
  • Made from soft, super strong, latex-free, BPA-free and phthalate-free vinyl
  • Rocking base (sold separately) transforms hopping Rody into rocking Rody
  • 12" high at the saddle; ships boxed and uninflated - PUMP sold separately
  • For ages 3 to 5 years
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Gymnic Rody Horse - Pink + Gymnic & Rody Hand Pump for Rody and Hopping Balls - assorted Colors
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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Details

Color: Pink
  • Product Dimensions: 21 x 18 x 10 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • Item model number: 7003
  • Our recommended age: 24 months - 4 years
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 36 months - 5 years
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #10,015 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (694 customer reviews)
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Product Description

Color: Pink

The Gymnic Line Rody Horse has been a favorite with children for 30 years! Made in Italy from super strong yet soft latex-free vinyl for long lasting use and durability, this horse is a great product combining fun and exercise. Excellent for indoor use and on smooth, safe outdoor surfaces. Promotes body coordination, balance and lymph circulation while providing a fun workout. Recommended for ages 3 through 5 years.

The Ledraplastic SpA, manufacturer of the Gymnic line, was founded in 1963 and was a pioneer in the processing of non-toxic vinyl. The first two decades of production focused on toys for young children, such as puppets made ??under license from the Walt Disney Company. From the mid-eighties, Ledraplastic SpA has established itself as a manufacturing leader in various areas ranging from toys to fitness to physical therapy and wellness. Gymnic - The Way to Move is the brand where design is based on the concepts of movement and comfort of people of all age groups.

In order to achieve the company's mission, the materials used are of the highest quality thus ensuring compliance with product regulations in the European Union and United States. The vision of the company in the field of safety has also resulted in the whole line of products being completely free of Phthalates and Latex. All Gymnic products are made in Italy with no toxic emissions into the atmosphere and all products are also easily recyclable!

Customer Reviews

My 2 year old loves this.
Fun, great for balance and coordination.
Great toy and very durable.
Jarad Brinkerhoff

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

92 of 98 people found the following review helpful By Engineer Mom on September 21, 2009
Color Name: Purple
I was actually given a Rody by a therapist, but I'm buying one for Nana's house too! My daughter (9 mo.) has Down Syndrome and this is a great toy to motivate her balance and work her legs. The ears are great for chewing on. All the kids who come over want to try Rody out, and he holds up to my 4-year-old quite well. I highly suggest it for kids of all abilities.

Hint: Light colors get dirty and don't come clean! I saw a yellow one that looked icky after very little use. I recommend the purple and red.
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130 of 141 people found the following review helpful By poesis on January 31, 2008
Color Name: Yellow
Our son has been playing with his Rody since he got it when he was almost 2. He's always been particularly active and he took to it immediately. It's now more than a year and a half later and, while other toys and playthings have gone in and out of fashion, Rody is still his favorite with no sign of waning.

I can't believe how durable this thing is! Our son rides it HARD indoors and out, but Rody can certainly take a licking. It's so great to see a toy last these days.

It's also terrific for stimulating creative play--our son the cowboy has ridden his trusty horse Rody on many an exciting adventure. There was also the barn he built for Rody out of an old box, where Rody slept for a few weeks after we put him to bed each night. And during Christmastime, Rody was a reindeer pulling Santa's sleigh.

And it's incredible exercise too! He just looks like he's having so much fun on it. Our younger son is 16 months and has already started eyeballing Rody and trying to get on it. We'd better get a second one soon to avoid World War III in our house. I really can't recommend this toy enough. It's safe and fun and good for your kid. In these days when it seems that every toy is battery operated and obnoxious, nothing beats Rody for some good, old-fashioned fun. As a parent of 2 young children, and a VERY discriminating toy shopper, I'm delighted to recommend Rody whole-heartedly.
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25 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Rebecca on December 24, 2006
Color Name: Red
The great thing about this product is it can expand to fit your child. I didn't blow it up all the way for my younger daughter who is 15 months and it is blown up to the recommended maximum for my three-year-old.

The downside is you have to use an air compressor to blow it up to a good size. If you use a foot pump it doesn't work well.

They really enjoy bouncing up and down and also bouncing them so that they go around the room on them.

I think it teaches them balance and coordination. I know that it is used for special needs children to teach them how to balance.

I think it's a good product. I tend to put them away for a while and when I bring them out they are like a new toy and the kids get all excited again.

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21 of 27 people found the following review helpful By goonius on December 26, 2009
Color Name: Pink
I first saw Rody at my friends house. She'd moved from Germany and brought Rody with her. I was really excited to find Rody in a local shop and discover that Rody is made in Italy, and that while the material used is the rather scary PVC, Lederplastic, the parent company, does not use any of the European 'banned phthalates' which surely means it has to be a notch better than traditional vinyl.

So, we received Rody as a Christmas present for my almost-two-year-old, and it was love at first sight. And why not? This horse is ridiculously adorable. My daughter has taken to feeding Rody the felt lettuce leaves from her play kitchen. She rides him, drags him, cuddles him, and puts him in time out when he's been naughty. My 4-year old has to fight for a turn on Rody, but she seems to appreciate him a great deal as well, even if she is a little big for him and more frequently topples backwards. It may be that if we put more air in him, he'd be more appropriate for the older of our children, but since he's just right for our youngest we figured we'd leave him like he is.

One of my fears in having Rody around was that with our hardwood floors and multiple fireplaces that it would be a head-injury risk, especially for my youngest. I thought he might have to be relegated to the outdoors where the soft ground would cushion their falls. However, they both seem to have a bit more control with him than I would have expected. They seem to anticipate the fall, and go with it, and it's kind of a slow-motion type affair where the impact wouldn't be bad even if they were careless. Of course, they've been a little more low-key than I would have anticipated too, so that adds to my feeling that the toy is generally safer for indoor use than I had initially estimated.
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12 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Mama Sundrop on July 28, 2011
Color Name: Purple Verified Purchase
This product is great fun! All the kids seem to be drawn to it. They love to bounce all around on it, but every kid that has sat on it has tipped backwards and hit their head on the floor.... So beware! It seems like the children three and over learn how to not fall after a few tips. But I would advise you put to put a younger child on this, as they will likely get hurt.

I also purchased the rocking base and it works great. To turn the bouncy horse in to a rocking horse you have to partially deflate it (which is quick because as soon as you pull the plug out the air escapes VERY quickly, no valve...) Then when it is partially deflated you just tuck the feet into the hole on the base. Then you inflate again and you have a rocking horse. I would say a small hand pump would be the most convenient way to do this- something you can store near the horse. I use my vacuum and it is just a pain.

Overall I would rate this toy a five,perhaps even a six, except for the fact that it is kind of dangerous to have around some kids. Even if your kid is not the kind to fall off of this, almost certainly a friend or cousin eventually will.
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